An elaborate bowl design built specifically to enhance the atmosphere at Euro 2012, Wroclaw will host Poland's final group game as one of three matches at the stadium
MUNICIPAL STADIUM, WROCLAW
Official capacity: 42,771
Highest attendance: 42,771
Slask Wroclaw v Lechia Gdansk, Oct '11
Euro 2012 Matches
Jun 8: Group A3 vs Group A4, 20.45 CET
Jun 12: Group A2 vs Group A4, 18.00 CET
Jun 16: Group A4 vs Poland, 20.45 CET
Built in the north-westerly Maslice area of Wroclaw, Poland, the ground is situated close to the airport and can be easily accessed from the city centre by train and tram.
The bowl design is designed to encapsulate crowd noise, while on its aesthetics, Uefa Euro 2012 ambassador Zbigniew Boniek commented: "When I look at it I can't help but regret that back in my day we had to play in stadiums that looked like chicken coops. What a shame it is my playing career is over."
Did You Know?
On September 11 this year, the stadium hosted Vitali Klitschko's WBC heavyweight title bout against Tomasz Adamek. The Ukrainian stopped his Polish challenger in round 10 in front of 42,000 fans.