New stadiums: Aleksandrów Łódzki, Buk, Opelanica

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New stadiums: Aleksandrów Łódzki, Buk, Opelanica It’s been quite a while since we last visited Poland. To change it, tonight we add three small stadia. One in Aleksandrów Łódzki was rebuilt last year, while the one in Opalenica hosted Portugal’s training sessions before and during Euro 2012.


Stadion MOSiR w Aleksandrowie Łódzkim

Stadion MOSiR w Aleksandrowie ŁódzkimPhoto: Piotr Zadumiński,

Initially an athletic stadium with running track around the pitch and low stands with 4 rows of seating, this stadium has been completely rebuilt in 2012.

New main grandstand was built to the west, with vast roof. Smaller new stand was built behind northern goal, while the southern one houses parking lot and administration building with additional sports infrastructure.

Stadion Miejski im. Jana Wojdy

Stadion Promienia OpalenicaPhoto: Sebastian Spychała

The municipal stadium in Opalenica dates back to 1960, receiving patronage of Jan Wojda in 1994. Today it has one stand to the west accommodating all of the viewers.

Thanks to Remes hotel being built right behind it, the stadium and surrounding training complex were able to host Portugal national team during Euro 2012.

Already before that the centre was one of the best in Central Europe, also playing host to football tournaments on its own, largely thanks to Remes investing in the venue.

Stadion OSiR Buk

Stadion Patrii BukPhoto: Sebastian Spychała

The stadium was built in 1947 as town of Buk was recovering after WWII and local club Patria was reestablished. Based in northern part of the town it has one land slope stand with 8 sections of seating. Behind the western end administrative building is located.

Next to the stadium are two training pitches (one full-sized) and two tennis courts.