|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||PLN 50.7 mln|
|Construction||06/2021 – 06/2023|
|Design||ABM - Anna i Bartosz Michalscy|
Stadion Sandecji – design description
Having failed in delivering a more ambitious stadium scheme, the city of Nowy Sącz decided to opt for a phased and optimised development. It foresees delivery of two permanent, reinforced-concrete grandstands and a compact away section.
Only once the stadium is in operation, completion of two further grandstands would be pursued, depending on ticket demand. Phasing in such way ensures the stadium meets highest domestic requirements from the very start, only missing capacity to reach the UEFA-mandated Category 4.
The new layout will mimic the old one, albeit in a football-specific fashion. The main stand will be located in the south, fanatics would sit in the north, while the away section would be located behind the west goal. That section will, in first several seasons at least, consist of two tubular stands for 270 people (combined) and container toilets.
The main stand will have 16 rows and a total of 2,622 seats, with commentator cabins and/or boxes. Due to spatial constraints, the main stand will have bulk of facilities in the west, while the east side will be cut to not intrude on nearby street. The north side offers 10 rows and a total of 1,620 seats, all covered.
Poland: Sandecja stadium can grow to 8,111
The construction of the new venue has been going on for some time. A heated field has already been laid and this will allow Sandecja to play at home after a nearly six-month break. There is also a chance for a larger stadium provided additional funding is found.
New construction: Sandecja’s stadium growing, though not as planned
Part of the old ground is gone but the new one isn’t rising as we expected. The city has only recently received the final concept, so once we have it, we’ll release it to you!
Poland: Finally, stadium in Nowy Sącz contracted
Just before Poland’s Euro 2020 game last night, the city hall of Nowy Sącz hosted a spectacular ceremony. Following years of delays, the design+build contract for a new stadium was signed.