|Cost||140 mln zl|
|Construction||21.12.2012 - 06.2014|
|Address||ul. Krochmalna, 20-401 Lublin|
Description: Arena Lublin
Early design for the new municipal stadium in Lublin was created in 2011. Initial vision (option 1) was however questioned by city officials for aesthetic reasons and Estudio Lamela architects were ordered to redesign the bowl and make it more oval. Additionally during works decision was made to create more commercial space behind main grandstand, prolonging design works.
The ground is to be located on a plot after old sugar factory on Krochmalna St., which means only Park Ludowy will stand between new and old stadium, few hundred meters to the north.
Preparatory works started in December 2012, though construction itself is expected to start in mid-February 2013. The project is funded partially by European Union, with remainder covered by Lublin municipality.
Ostateczne wizualizacje - final renderings
Wariant II - 2nd Option
Wariant I - 1st Option
New stadium: Arena Lublin
It’s already been opened three times, so high time we also added it to StadiumDB. Thanks to architects from Estudio Lamela we have some quality photos of Arena Lublin, one of the most interesting stadiums in Poland.
Poland: Lublin stadium delivered on time
Arena Lublin isn’t under construction any more. Crews left the site while handover procedures begin. Once all permissions are in place, the stadium will be able to open on September 13.
Poland: New stadium in Lublin 98% ready
We’re just days from final delivery of Arena Lublin, the newest stadium in Poland. Letter-fitting began on the western façade ahead of next week’s illumination tests. Opening event is scheduled for September.
Poland: Works in Lublin reach milestone
General contractor celebrated on site yesterday as the new stadium for Lublin sees all concrete works delivered on time. The very single project progressing so rapidly across Poland should be finished in less than a year, giving Lublin a representative football stadium.
Poland: Work officially starts in Lublin
First nods went into the frozen ground at what used to be Lublin’s sugar factory and will be the city’s largest football stadium. Municipality took this opportunity to publish updated renderings.
Poland: Work to begin on two 15,000-seaters
With largest stadiums already built ahead of Euro 2012, works in smaller cities are still under way to improve sports infrastructure. Lublin and Tychy are two latest addition to the process as construction is about to start in both cities.