It's Poland's largest ongoing stadium project, so we couldn't have missed it on Stadiony.net. Courtesy of Pogoń Szczecin, we are now able to present you with regular updates from the construction site.
Though demolition of the old stands began just half a year ago, there's a topping out ceremony planned later this month. For the stadium? Well, not so fast. For the 2-floor pavilion which will soon become the central building of Szczecin's new municipal football academy.
This doesn't mean that construction at the main stadium itself is going slow, of course. In fact, first beams and rows of the future south stand are already laid in position. Behind them, seeing foundation work completed, concrete columns of the future roof are being erected.
From today onwards we will be providing you with regular updates from the construction site, thanks to the help we received from Pogoń Szczecin. You will now be able to follow the development throughout phase one (stands west and south) and two (north and east) until the entire stadium is ready in 2022.
We should remind you that Stadion im. Floriana Krygiera is the biggest ongoing stadium build in Poland. Eventual capacity of its auditorium will reach 20,500. 7 football fields are also being delivered as part of the adjacent academy and some 850 parking spaces, part of them under the north side, are also planned.