Suzuki Arena (Stadion Miejski - Arena Kielc)
|1020 ("Mlyn" section)|
|777 (Away fans section)|
|545 (Family section)|
|320 ("Free entrance card" section)|
|320 (Youth teams' section)|
|104 (VIP section)|
|54 (Press seats)|
|Clubs||Korona Kielce SA|
|Other names||Kolporter Arena (2014-2018), Sciegiennego (nickname)|
|Inauguration||01/04/2006 (Korona Kielce - Zagłębie Lubin, 1-1)|
|Record attendance||15,500 (Korona Kielce - Legia Warsaw, 3-1, 23/09/2006)|
|Cost||PLN 48 million|
|Construction time||22/11/2004 - 01/04/2006|
|Address||ul Ściegiennego 6, Kielce|
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