Stadion ŁKS-u Łódź
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Construction||12.2013 - ?|
|Design||Perbo-Inwestycje, DiG Sowińscy|
|Within the design||Indoor arena for 3,000 spectators, training pitches.|
Poland: Seating layout revealed for ŁKS stadium
White-red-white mix with club and city names at the heart, this will be the final seating layout at the new ŁKS stadium. Installation is already ongoing and the entire structure should be ready later this year.
Poland: Fourth stand in Łódź under construction
Construction of the fourth and last grandstand began in Łódź, at the ŁKS stadium. The contractor has also confirmed being a few months ahead of schedule, expecting to finish the whole project early.
Poland: ŁKS stadium should be ready 6 months ahead of schedule
The third major municipal stadium in Łódź is now a year under construction. Its delivery date has been set for mid-2022 but the general contractor has just confirmed the project should be done half a year earlier.
Poland: Łódź signs contract for third stadium
Today Poland's third largest city officially contracted its third major stadium. In no longer than 3 years the 18,000-seater should be fully delivered but contractors assured they will aim to finish work earlier.
Poland: Tender launched for ŁKS stadium
Companies from across Europe have until early October to give their offers on design+build project of the new ŁKS stadium in Łódź. Three new grandstands will raise capacity to over 20,000 covered seats.
Poland: Łódź provides more detail about third stadium
Third largest Polish city isn't stopping with two modern stadiums. Third and largest one is expected to open in 2020 or 2021, depending on progress. We now know what it's about to host aside from football.
Poland: Expansion of ŁKS stadium to end in 2020
Next year's budget of Łódź is almost approved, pending just one more change. That change covers commencement of works on the expansion of ŁKS stadium to reach around 20,000 seats.
Poland: Three stands announced for ŁKS
They will raise capacity by 12,000 or even 14,000 people. A lot for a third league club, right? But this stadium's history was always supposed to end that way.
Poland: New stadium in Lodz delivered on time
Poland’s third largest city is no longer a blank spot on the map of modern stadiums. First of three (!) new arenas was handed over on Friday and now awaits opening game.
Poland: One more farewell to iconic stadium in Poland
It saw a fair number of great games, including Poland’s wins over Turkey, USA, Norway or Hungary. Yesterday fans filled it to capacity, saying goodbye to the last standing terrace.
Poland: Uphill journey of ŁKS
Two-time domestic champions, one of Poland's oldest football clubs, ŁKS folded last year after insolvency. Now supporters are rebuilding it from scratch and have just filed a stadium capacity expansion application.
New construction: Stadion ŁKS-u Łódź
Current images are rather sad and sentimental as the old stadium, one of Poland’s most well known, is being demolished. Soon it will be replaced by training pitches, while a brand new ground is to be built north of the site, initially with only one stand.
New designs: Lodz and Rzeszow (Poland)
One of these stadiums will not get built, but is still definitely worth a glimpse. The other is increasingly likely to take shape in one of Poland’s least developed regions, becoming a major athletic and football stadium.
Poland: Double fiasco in Lodz
In early 2012 it seemed that Poland’s third largest city will be among very few ones to have two modern stadiums. Almost a year later Lodz not only isn’t closer to that dream, but actually seems a step back.
Poland: Construction in Łódź to start soon
It has to if local football side is to use the ground during initial phase of the project. General contractor hopes to launch works on pitch and floodlight relocation next week, according to Sport.pl.
Poland: New stadium construction to start in a week
Despite protests the Lodz municipality are set for groundbreaking on July 2nd. New stadium for 16,500 people and an indoor arena should be ready by Spring 2014 – “Dziennik Lodzki” reports.