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Euro 2012 Poland Stadion Zawisza Bydgoszcz

Kompleks sportowy Zawisza Bydgoszcz (Football stadiums for Euro 2012 Poland - Ukraine)

Stadion im. Zdzisława Krzyszkowiaka w parku sportowym przy ul. Gdańskiej w Bydgoszczy.

Został wybudowany w latach 1957-60, natomiast w 2000 zmodernizowano znacząco stadion, dodano krzesełka (zamiast drewnianych ławek), co zmniejszyło pojemność stadionu z ok. 40-50 tysięcy do 18 550 miejsc siedzących.

W latach 2007-2008 stadion przeszedł kolejną modernizację, po której pojemność wzrosła do 20.550 miejsc siedzących. Stadion bydgoskiego Zawiszy posiada podgrzewaną murawę Na stadionie tym odbyło się już 8 meczów polskiej reprezentacji w piłce nożnej oraz mnóstwo imprez lekkoatletycznych, np. Mistrzostwa Polski seniorów (wielokrotnie), Mistrzostwa świata kadetów (1999), I liga Pucharu Europy (2000), I Europejski Festiwal Sztafet (2001), Młodzieżowe Mistrzostwa Europy U'23 (2003)[1], Superliga Pucharu Europy (SPAR European Cup 2004)[2]. W dniach 8-13 lipca 2008 roku na stadionie tym odbyły się Mistrzostwa Świata Juniorów w Lekkiej Atletyce (ang. IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics).

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Taken: 28/11/2011
Uploaded: 28/11/2011
Updated: 25/03/2015


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