One of the most modern, the largest and the most functional facilities in Poland. Football stadium in Letnica, the best one. Football stadium in Letnica was designed as a multi-functional facility, in which apart from international league and cup matches, there will take place concerts, conferences, congresses etc. It is all possible thanks to the sizes the stadium is going to have, materials used when building and functional rooms. The stadium is located on the plot with the surface area 33,9 ha, of which the usable area is 36,600 m2 […]
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PGE Arena is a football stadium in Gdańsk’s Letnica neighborhood, Poland, which is constructed for the UEFA Euro 2012. The stadiums’ exterior is designed to resemble amber; which has long been extracted on the Baltic coast. Construction started in 2008, completed in 2011. It is used mostly for football matches. The stadium has a capacity of 44,000 people. Construction cost 623 million PLN Architect RKW Rhode Kellermann Wawrowsky Capacity 44,000 Field dimensions 227 x 197 x 45 metres PARKING: on the stadium 180 buses / 1 400 cars next to […]
UEFA has expressed concerns with Polish accommodation facilities before Euro 2012. Fortunately, this problem does not apply to Gdańsk. Within two hours’ drive away from the football stadium in Letnica, where four Euro 2012 matches will be played, there are 225 hotels with over 10,000 rooms and 20,000 accommodation places available. Most places are available in three-star hotels – 8991; two-star hotels offer 6303 places, four-star hotels – 3349 places, and the most luxurious five-star hotels – 1305 places. What is interesting, and alarming at the same time, one-star hotels […]
Baltic Arena in Gdańsk which has a capacity of 44 thousand seats will be built in the part of city called Letnica, in the place, where at present are allotments. Liquidation of allotments – according to declarations of city authorities is expected to last at the most till the middle of 2008. The cost of investment which according to scheme will be finished around 2010 is estimated at about 900 mln zlotys. There are expected to be played some group matches and one quarter final during the European Football Championships. […]
On April 18, 2007, the head of UEFA, Michel Platini mentioned Poland and Ukraine as the hosts of the European Championships in football to be held in 2012. Below we present the current status of works concerning major facilities being prepared for Euro 2012. We mean stadiums. Three years ago euphoria broke out in Poland when Michel Platini took out from an envelope a card with the words “Poland and Ukraine.” The joy in Poland, resulting from granting such a prestigious event did quickly turned into fear. Questions “whether Poland […]
In Gdansk the company to complete the first stage of groundwork at the construction of the Euro 2012 stadium was chosen. The works are to set off in December 2008 and last for six months. The Tender Commission of the company BIEG 2012, after a detailed analysis of the provided documents, chose the contractor to execute the groundwork and land reclamation works. Among the seven offers, the most advantageous one turned out to be that of the Wakoz company, informed the spokesman of the supervising company at the Gdansk stadium […]