Stadion Miejski w Hajnówce (Stadion Puszczy Hajnówka)
|693 (Covered seats)|
|Clubs||KS Puszcza Hajnówka|
|Renovations||1958, 1966, 1997, 1999, 2019-2020|
|Cost||PLN 13.2 million|
|Address||Księdza Antoniego Dziewiatowskiego 2, 17-200 Hajnówka|
Description: Stadion Miejski w Hajnówce
The stadium is part of Hajnówka's Sports and Recreation Centre (OSiR), just beside the cultural centre and north of the city's main railway station. With other sports and cultural uses, plus nearby Orthodox church, there's ample parking for matchday yse.
The stadium has a 4-lane running track of proper 400-meter length, with two more lanes along the main stand for sprinters. That new stand is entirely covered and consists of three small, individual sections, two with 216 seats and one with 261. On the opposite side two uncovered and smaller sections were placed, each with 124 seats. All these stands are demountable, built on light steel structures.
The stadium was built between 1948 and 1953 and has seen numerous alterations since then. First expansion came in 1958, when players' and sanitary facilities were added. Its field was replaced twice in 1966 and 1999 and the aforementioned building with crucial facilities saw its renovation in 1997.
The biggest change came between 2019 and 2020, when the new field, running track and stands were added. Following these changes it gained a new life and remains the home of local club Puszcza Hajnówka, as well as less known teams.
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