Stadion Odry Opole
|4,560 (South Stand)|
|500 (Away section)|
|Clubs||OKS Odra Opole|
|Address||ul. Oleska 51, Opole|
Description: Stadion Odry Opole
The stadium was opened in 1945, along with the birth of local club, Odra Opole. For over half a century it served the city without major alterations, with shallow stands on sloped land.
Major overhaul came in 2000, when complete reconstruction of the southern stand began. Two years later the stadium had over 4,500 seats and floodlights.
Initially thought to be modern, the stand proved outdated very fast. Identical one was to be built on the north side, but the project was halted for financial reasons. With the state of the venue deteriorating, fans became eager for further works after less than a decade.
Poland: Tender launched for new Opole stadium
Just before the end of 2020, the city of Opole has announced its stadium tender. Bids for the 11,600-seater are due on Feb 12. Interestingly, the city has no funding available for the project. So why announce a tender at all?
Poland: New Opole stadium uncertain again
Despite encouraging signals from early autumn, the tender process for new Opole stadium is yet to begin. This in turn means groundbreaking could be moved as well.
Poland: Opole stadium on hold until after the pandemic
While construction works already ongoing haven't been stopped, one of the next modern stadia in Poland is brought to a screeching halt. Instead of groundbreaking later this year, it might be 2021 or even later.
Poland: Smooth arches for Opole
This clean and simple design combines sharp edges with slender arches and lightweight membrane. Here's the winning design for Opole, construction planned as soon as 2019.
Poland: Opole invites designers to create 12,000-seater
Architects from around Europe and beyond have one more week to apply for participation in Opole municipal stadium design competition. The UEFA Category 4 venue should see groundbreaking in 2019.
Poland: Opole to build a 13,000-seat stadium
After years of deliberations finally there's a sound plan for one of the last Polish cities still without a stadium scheme. The municipality of Opole expects to break ground on new stadium late into 2019.