Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw

Stadion Miejski Wrocław

Stadion Miejski Wrocław

This year the Member of NATO, EU and UN and WTO will be the host country for the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship. Poland is the 8th most populous country in Europe and from June 8, you will see the final tournament hosted in both Poland as well as Ukraine until the 1st July. It is a first time for Poland. The winning team will enter the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil. During this time, Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw will become really popular amongst tourists. New stadiums have been built. Base Camps or training centers for the teams have also been setup in Poland. There will be twenty-one accommodation centers altogether, from Gdańsk, Gdynia, Gniewino, Jelenia Józefów, Góra, Kielce, Kraków, Kołobrzeg, Legionowo, Międzychód, Lubawa, Opalenica, Puławy, Ostróda, Słupsk, Warka, Tychy, Warsaw, Władysławowo Wieliczka, and of course Wrocław.

Municipal Stadiums

There will be large municipal stadiums namely the one in Wroclaw and the other in Poznan. Both can hold up to 40,000 each There will be three matches in Group A for Wroclaw as well as three matches in Group C for Poznan. Group A will complete by 16th June and this pool included Greece, Russia, Czech Republic as well as Poland themselves. On the 8th June at six o’clock sharp, Poland vs Greece will start their first match in the National Stadium in Warsaw. The next match will be at 20:45 for Russia vs Czech Republic at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw. This Stadio Miejski in Wroclaw is the highest 4th category football stadium built and it is located on aleja Slaska in the Pilczyce district. What’s amazing is that it is totally roofed for all seats in this stadium. It makes this Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw the second largest arena in Ekstraklasa.

Getting to Stadion Miejski

Stadion Miejski we Wrocławiu

Stadion Miejski we Wrocławiu

To get there, you can use the motorway A8 from A4. By bus, the numbers are 103, 403 and 435 if you are coming from the north side of Poland. Trams are servicing from the south side of Poland, so you can take tram 3, 10, 20, 32PLUS, 33PLUS and Bus 128. It is possible you can take the new tram line that route from Gaj to Hubs to City center, to Kozanow, to Pilczyce and finally to the Stadium. There is also a new train station and a new transport interchange on the south side of the stadium known as ‘Wroclaw Stadion’ A new tram line links you to the city with Lesnica. Other than this, there are new car park, new bicycle paths, new city bus stop, and parking for the cyclists. A heliport on the eastern side of the stadium is also available.


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