For the first time in history we can show you stadiums in Kazimierza Wielka, Bełżyce, Bielsko-Biała (Rekord), Skarżysko-Kamienna (Ruch) and Góra Kalwaria. They're among the smallest we've added to date as we reach 85 Polish updates out of 100 planned.
#81 | Stadion Sparty, Kazimierza Wielka
Located in the east of Kazimierza Wielka, this multi-use stadium was created soon after World War II. Since then it's served as the home to nearly century-old Sparta, local football team. It's also the site of numerous mass gatherings for non-sporting purposes, despite offering only a very modest grandstand attached to the main building.
The stadium also offers an old running track and a basketball field.
#82 | Stadion Tęczy, Bełżyce
An integral part of the Centre for Physical Culture and Sport (CKFiS) in Bełżyce, the stadium is also home to the town's only football club, Tęcza. Local youth also have a small training field at their disposal, including floodlighting. The main stadium offers just one grandstand, from 2010 equipped with individual seats, as well as a 400-meter dirt running track.
#83 | Stadion Rekord, Bielsko-Biała
The main football stadium is the largest – in terms of surface – element of the Rekord Sports Centre in the south of Bielsko-Biała. It's surrounded by two football training field and one futsal field, hotel and dining, as well as main indoor hall. Partly sunken, it offers one grandstand in the north and a very modest away section in the south.
Interestingly, Rekord is one of very few football clubs, for which football plays secondary role to futsal. While they've reached champions league in the latter, Rekord only play on regional level in the former discipline.
#84 | Stadion Ruchu, Skarżysko-Kamienna
One of the town's two main football stadiums, this one is the most centrally located, on the corner of Tysiąclecia and Piłsudskiego streets. Though landfill embankments were created on both sides of the field, only the north received any terracing, not stretching throughout the field.
Nominal capacity is given at 2,000, though realistically it's lower. It hasn't been tested during professional football in years after Ruch Skarżysko-Kamienna was dissolved in 2007 and its successor lasted less than a year. At present concerts are the main events at the stadium, while it's used daily for training by amateurs.
#85 | Stadion Korony, Góra Kalwaria
Placed at the very southern edge of Góra Kalwaria, just south of Warsaw, the municipal stadium was originally designed with two grandstands placed on each side of the field. However, in 2013 the deteriorated north-eastern side was demolished and replaced by two demountable, temporary sections. In the south there are still six original sections, all with individual seats.