Stadion Lekkoatletyczno-Piłkarski im. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego (Stadion Broni Radom)
|72 (VIP seats)|
|16 (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 is not compatible with strict legislation introduced in 2009.
Poland: Safe standing just one step away
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