Goal.com will tell you everything you need to know about the European Championship's impressive stadiums and host cities
The 40,000-capacity arena debuts with Ireland against Slaven Bilic's side on Sunday, before hosting two Azzurri games, against Bilic's men and then the Boys in Green on June 14 and June 18 respectively.
The stadium is home to Polish giants Lech Poznan, whose fans have become famous for their celebration of locking arms and jumping up and down while facing away from the action on the field - a ritual that has been adopted by the supporters of Manchester City.
Poznan is also home to one of the oldest airports in Poland, built in 1913, as well as Citadel Park, built on what was once a fortress in which German forces defended themselves for a whole month in 1945. It now houses the graves of Polish, British, Soviet and Commonwealth soldiers, as well as two museums.
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