Stadion Lekkoatletyczno-Piłkarski im. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego (Stadion Broni Radom)
|72 (VIP seats)|
|30 (Press seats)|
|10 (Disabled seats)|
|222 (Away section)|
|Clubs||RKP Broń 1926 Radom, RKS Radomiak Radom|
|Construction||09/2010 - 01/2013|
|Cost||PLN 32 million|
|Design||ARCH-GEO sp. z o.o.|
|Address||ul. Narutowicza 9, 26-600 Radom, Polska|
Description: Stadion Broni Radom
For years the stadium occupied by Broń Radom was the multi-use one in town, while derby rivals Radomiak had the football-specific ground. This didn’t change after complete reconstruction from 2010-2012, when a brand new structure was created in Broń’s home.
Two nearly identical stands (with a separate modest away section) offer 4,066 places for spectators and a vast infrastructure for athletic training, including covered running track. Eastern plaza (previously training courts) was converted into a representative square sued as ice rink in winter. The entire project consumed PLN 30 million (€7m) and a third of it was covered with EU funds.
Despite the multi-sport infrastructure, every-day event use is primarily football by Broń, whose fanatics have one standing section reserved for them. Ironically that section was not compatible with strict legislation introduced in 2009.
Initially the stadium offered floodlights for training purposes only, with output of 500 lux. In order to meet 2nd-league criteria , in 2020 four 35-meter floodlight masts were added, offering 2,000 lux for HD broadcast. The upgrade consumed over PLN 3 million.
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