Zagłębiowski Park Sportowy
|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
|Cost||198.4 mln zł|
|Construction||2018 - ?|
Description: Zagłębiowski Park Sportowy
The concept by JSK Architects won first prize in international competition commissioned by the city of Sosnowiec. The goal was to create a complex of sports facilities including football stadium (12,000 seats), indoor hall (3,000) and ice rink (2,500) within the existing park at Górka Środulska.
The vision received praise for the way it harmonises with existing mound. The buildings aren’t too tall, their shape mimics the hill and symmetric layout allows all three buildings to fit in the area. Each building will be covered by wooden lamellas to continue the idea of public park. Landscaping will also include trees.
The complex will be built in three phases. The main stadium will come first and should there be a need, it may be expanded by further 3,000 seats by addition of 4 rows of seating. Construction should begin in 2018 and each phase should not take more than 2 years.
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One of Poland's largest planned sports complexes has just today received the much-needed green light from the Sosnowiec city council. Construction tender for the project is expected already next week!
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Documentation is now complete and along with it came new cost estimates, much less optimisitic than before. New 12,000-15,000 stadium and two indoor halls will be over 30% more expensive.
Poland: Framework ready for Sosnowiec stadium
The Sosnowiec city council approved creation of a municipal company responsible for delivery and management of their new sports complex. First phase: the 12,000-seat stadium.
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83% of the population said yes. Today’s announcement means the municipality of Sosnowiec will follow through with their new 12,000-capacity stadium.
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We have all the finalists, including the winning design for new sports complex in Sosnowiec. By 2019 we may see it built and it would be among Poland’s most beautiful stadiums.