Both are small, but have been noticeable in Poland thanks to clubs using them. Both Bytovia and Tłoki were just a few years back rivaling the likes of Wisła Kraków in Polish Cup, presenting football better than other small sides in the country.
Gorzyce, a village in the Subcarpathian region of Poland seem to have their golden era in football past them already. Thanks to strong industry local club Tłoki used to play in Polish 2nd tier for several years, but since 2004 their demise started with several relegations in a few years.
No wonder that the stadium today is an outcome of how it was rebuilt in late 1990’s and early 21st Century. Interestingly, all stands are made of steel, none of concrete.
Or actually “Stadium of the Municipal Centre for Sports and Recreation in Bytów”, as the official name would translate. It was due to receive a complex revamp worth some 30m zloty (some €7.5m) – impressive for a venue of some 2,500 seats, as it was planned.
Those plans are the past now, though. Indeed, the ground went through a major redevelopment in 2012, but a far smaller one than planned. Stands along both sides of the pitch were relayed with the main one also receiving cover. Capacity stands at 1,500.