New stadiums: C stands for Czosnów

source: StadiumDB.com

New stadiums: C stands for Czosnów Take a look at this stadium, which has its only grandstand shaped to resemble the letter C. Fittingly, as it lies in Czosnów, just outside Warsaw.

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This latest portion of Polish stadiums is added on a special occasion. The country celebrated its independence yesterday and in the evening saw Poland win 3:0 in Bucharest, strengthening the chances of going to Russia 2018. Therefore, even though they’re small, here are three new stadia from Poland!

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka

 

Stadion Gminny, Czosnów

This interesting stadium along northern route out of Warsaw catches the eye of drivers with modern shape and metallic cladding. And while it’s been available for viewing since 2014, official opening only happened a year later, in mid-2015.

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Stadiony.net

The venue consists of synthetic main field, western grandstand and a speaker box in the east. The grandstand, part concrete and part steel, has an original cross-section resembling the letter C. The stand itself has no facilities, players have to change in a temporary pavilion while fans use port-o-potty.

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Stadiony.net

Eventually permanent amenities for sportsmen and viewers will be available in larger indoor hall planned beside the stadium, but this part of the planned Sports and Culture Complex is yet to be delivered, despite having been planned back in 2008.

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Stadiony.net

 

Stadion im. Mariana Paska, Konin

Literally pressed into the woods in southern Konin, this stadium never got national coverage like the larger Stadion Złotej Jedenastki. And understandibly so, because it only has one landfill terrace that used to hold 2,000 people. Now, with much of the benches removed, its nominal size is 850.

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Sebastian Spychała, Stadiony.net

The stadium’s layout is unusual as the grandstand spans over two fields – along the main one and behind the training one. There’s also a third synthetic one, which makes this Konin’s best football complex. And since the demise of local club Górnik, the club continues to play here instead of the larger ground up north.

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Sebastian Spychała, Stadiony.net

 

Stadion OSiR, Trzcianka

Beautifully located beside the Sarcz Lake, the municipal stadium in Trzcianka offers one grandstand seperated by only w row of trees from the lake’s waters. On a weekly basis it’s used by the football team Lubuszanin, though surrounding infrastructure (tennis courts, pier, bungalows and hotel) aid daily leisure activity on the site.

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Sebastian Spychała, Stadiony.net

Polish stadiums: Czosnów, Konin, Trzcianka© Sebastian Spychała, Stadiony.net

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