Stadion im. Floriana Krygiera (Stadion Pogoni Szczecin)
|1572 (Covered seats)|
|1,000 (Away section)|
|Clubs||Pogoń Szczecin SA|
|Record attendance||35 000 (Pogoń - Ruch Chorzów 2-2 and Pogoń - Widzew Łódź 0-1, 1983)|
|Address||ul. Karłowicza 28, Szczecin|
New design: If only this was Szczecin's official concept...
Upon first seeing it we thought: impressive but surely much more expensive than the official stadium scheme for Szczecin. But when the official tender brought bids exceeding expectations by 93% (!!!), we take it back. This vision would have been better and not certainly more expensive.
Poland: Tender launched for Szczecin stadium
As announced, the construction tender for new 20,500-seat stadium and training academy is ready. However, the project's budget has grown once more, making it the most expensive stadium being planned in Poland at present.
Poland: Big changes in Stettin stadium design
Structurally it's almost the same. Visually, though? A completely different stadium! Reduced in capacity and more black, the new 20,500-seater in Stettin will go under construction later this year.
Poland: Safe standing just one step away
After two years we're finally just a step away from safe standing being legal in Poland. Supporters should expect the law to go into effect before year end!
Poland: Contracts signed, new details from Stettin
On Monday authorities signed contracts necessary to finish design works for the new Stettin stadium. We also know the time frame and budget, even if not too detailed yet.
Poland: Finally a happy ending in Stettin?
After many months of fierce conflict, now everyone’s on board to create the best possible stadium in Stettin. Larger than previously expected, the stadium should be presented soon.
Poland: Supporters design better law than the MPs
It’s not a joke, though we couldn’t believe it ourselves. Polish federation of football supporters announced their grassroots plan to amend current stadium safety legislation. In the best way possible.
New design: Opposition gaining ground in Stettin
What seemed to be a PR stunt at first, now is gaining momentum. Opposition against the municipal reconstruction plan for Stettin stadium has a new face: stadium identical to the one in Lodz.
Poland: Fate sealed for Stettin stadium?
Supporters oppose, the club draws a counter-vision. And yet the city of Stettin persist with their controversial redevelopment plan. No social consultation was conducted.
Poland: Better access to domestic football
President Andrzej Duda signed new legislation regarding stadium safety in Poland. Clubs and league operators are preparing to welcome new fans who may have been discouraged before.
Poland: Ekstraklasa season in a nutshell
Hardly the best year in terms of attendance, but Ekstraklasa continues to grow stadium-wise. Thankfully what’s falling most is the number of incidents.
Independent design: Splendid stadium for Stettin that won’t be…
Dynamic, modern and with future expansion envisaged from the start. But this impressive concept from Stettin isn’t official, which may frustrate Pogoń Szczecin supporters even more than their current situation…
New design: Stadion Floriana Krygiera
Stettin authorities announced the preferred concept for the redevelopment of existing Stadion Floriana Krygiera. With very limited budget, a modest vision was selected, leaving more elaborate ideas behind.
Poland: Stairways of contention
Before last weekend regional authorities in Poznan demanded that Lech fans clear stairways at their fanatic stand. Meanwhile after the weekend police in Stettin made numerous arrests only for that same behavior – blocking stairways. Why did this become a major life threat all of a sudden?
Poland: Euro 2012 stadiums hardy full
As Polish Ekstraklasa season ended, a sad image of two Euro 2012 stadiums filled in just over 30%, while third one barely made it over 50%. But the situation still seems to be improving overall for Polish football.
Poland: League authorities officially request better treatment of fans
In a statement published yesterday, Ekstraklasa SA informs it has officially addressed the parliamentary commission to change current legislation. Entering the stadium is more difficult nowadays than getting on an airplane.