Stadion Wisły Płock
|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
|Cost||PLN 166,5 mln|
|Construction||2020 - 2022|
Description: Stadion Wisły Płock
Based loosely on the initial municipal concept by Bończa Studio, the vision prepared by Mirbud in the 'design+build' tender. It also foresees a stadium with a single, continuous tier of seating for some 15,000 people. The front row is elevated, awarding everyone a better overview of the field.
What sets the stadium apart from others is the creative use of blinds as outer cladding. They're horizontal on the west facade, vertical on the east and transitioning from one to the other behind goals. Thanks to this openwork form the stadium is naturally ventilated, while also offering some protection from the elements both inside and on the concourses.
Outer promenade around the stadium is accessible from ground level in the south, but requires the use of stairs in the north, owing this difference to natural land slope. But bulk of fans are expected to use the southern access, where a large plaza is planned.
The west side is the only grandstand to have extensive facilities attached, spread across 4 levels. These include two levels of hospitality – a large and semi-open business club and several private boxes above. On top of these rooms there's place for commentators boxes and command center for safety and security authorities.
Poland: Contract for new Płock stadium signed
On Friday the city of Płock officially signed the design+build contract for new 15,000+ stadium for Ekstraklasa contenders Wisła Płock. The phased development is expected to conclude in late 2022.
New design: Official vision for Płock
We're supposedly just days away from the signing of design+build contract in Płock. Here's how the 15,000-seater is likely to look, with only minor changes to be expected.