Capital of Wielkopolska Region and Wielkopolskie Voivodship, fifth largest city in Poland in terms of population (550 000 citizens) with over 1000-year tradition, with history dating back to the beginnings of the Polish state. In the cathedral situated in Ostrów Tumski first sovereigns of Poland are buried: Mieszko I and Bolesław Chrobry. Poznań is famous for fair – Poznań International Fair was organised for the first time in 1921. The city is one of the largest economic centres in Poland. It is also regarded as one of the most attractive […]
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Municipal Stadium in Poznan at Bułgarska street was the first Polish facility ready for the Euro 2012. Each of the three group matches of the finals of the Europe championships will be watched by 41 000 spectators. The construction of the stadium in Poznan started in the ’60s, and the opening ceremony was held in August 1980. Since that time the facility has been modernized. The beginning of last reconstruction was in 2002. When Poland received the right to organize Euro 2012, it was decided to introduce changes. Plans of […]
The Municipal Stadium in Poznan in Bulgarska Street was built and was put into use in 1980. Lech Poznan plays their matches on this stadium. Because of the European Football Championships the conversion of stadium is planned and this allows among others to enlarge its capacity almost twice (to 44 thousand seats). A car park for about 4000 parking spots and training field will be built. According to schemes of city authorities modernization is expected to finish in 2008. The cost of this investment is estimated at about 200 mln […]
Matches of young adherers of football, former stars of Lech Poznan and clubs in Lodz – Widzew and LKS, and then a party with the music of Mezo, Mucha band and Acid Drinkers band – so looked the next opening of the Poznan stadium, the arena of Euro 2012. Stadion Miejski (Municipal Stadium) had its official opening on Sept. 20 where Sting played for more than 30,000 people. On the other hand, sport opening was the meeting of the European League Lech Poznań from FC Salzburg. For both of these […]
On Monday morning, lifting of the 400-tonne truss, one on the elements of roof structure, was supposed to begin. The construction has to be lifted by three cranes excavators at the height of 58 meters and placed on two already mounted trusses. Meanwhile, works have not yet begun because builders of the Poznan stadium again have problems with the installation of roof construction. Ryszard Dembinski, chief executive of Euro Poznan 2012, states that such a situation will no affect the deadline of returning Lech players to the stadium at Byłgarska […]
The Modernization of the second stand of the Municipal Stadium in Poznan is on schedule. On Thursday, at the board meeting it was confirmed that scheduled work will be completed till the end of August, according to plan. At present the concrete work on the top floor is being finished, construction is being built, the necessary installations and the media are assembled, and the floor laying works are being done. As soon as these works are finished, chairs and handrails will be installed and the finishing works will be done.
Score from 9 reviews 9.2 Zagroda Bamberska Kościelna 43, Poznań This renovated hotel and restaurant is ideally and tranquilly situated in 19th century buildings almost in the city centre, close to Poznań international fairs and the old market.… More Score from 23 reviews 8.9 Ibb Andersia Hotel Plac Andersa 3, Poznań Ibb Andersia Hotel is situated in the center of the town, where you can walk in 10 minutes to the main railway station, Old Town or to the Poznan International Fair.… More Score from 5 reviews 8.9 Willa Arkadia […]
Please take a look at this amaizing visualization in future stadium in Poznan in Poland
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association published the ‘Brown Book’ – documentation of racist, xenophobic and homophobic crimes and acts of discrimination in Poland in the years 2020-2023. It also covers discriminatory behaviour at stadiums and racist incidents involving football hooligans. The long-time author of the ‘Brown Book’ was the late Marcin Kornak (1968-2014), founder of the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association, social justice activist and poet. He was the mind behind social campaigns promoting respect and diversity, among them he […]
After a break in live-audience football games caused by the epidemic, racist slogans and banners have returned to stadiums. The ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association noted a surge in activity of those who use football to manifest their endorsement of Janusz Walus, a Polish-born far-right activist serving a life sentence for a racist murder in the Republic of South Africa. During a top flight match between teams Lechia Gdansk and Legia Warszawa (15 July), hooligans from Gdansk again displayed a banner with Walus’s name and picture and the slogan ‘Nothing will break […]