Stadion Miejski w Chorzowie (Stadion Ruchu Chorzów)
|1,050 (Covered seats)|
|Inauguration||29/09/1935 (Ruch Chorzów - Warta Poznań 1-1)|
|Renovations||1945, 1961, 1968, 1993, 2002, 2004, 2009|
|Record attendance||55,000 (Ruch Chorzów - Polonia Bytom, 21/08/1957)|
|Address||Cicha 6, 41-506 Chorzów|
Poland: Total disaster in Chorzów? Not yet, but close
The country's most honoured club might not have a team this time next year. Employees are on strike, supporters launched a boycott and the new stadium simply isn't coming, despite numerous promises.
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: Chorzów back on track with stadium plans
Green light from councilors means the 16,000-capacity stadium plan can go ahead again. City hall expects groundbreaking in a year and delivery in 4 years.
Poland: Ruch to get a larger stadium if council agrees
The turbulent tale of Poland's most decorated club may see a happy end. But not just yet. First, the city council needs to approve on pushing their new stadium forward. Decision will be made on Thursday.
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.
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: Historic clock to return to Chorzów
Like many great movie scripts, this one includes Nazi occupation, secrecy and devotion. But it’s not about people, rather about a famous stadium clock, which is about to return to Chorzów.
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.
Poland: Chorzów stadium goes forward
Earlier today council members voted in support of the city budget. Enough money was secured to launch preparation works on the new Chorzów municipal stadium.
Poland: Chorzów stadium back on agenda
Local elections and pressure of supporters brought a major change for Chorzów. This Polish city returns to the idea of building a modern football stadium after a year of setback.
Poland: No new stadium for Chorzów, change of plans
Somewhat unexpected decision came from the Chorzów city council vote today, putting the planned new stadium for 14-time Polish champions back on the shelf. Ruch Chorzów will instead move to the 55,000-capacity Stadion Śląski, becoming its anchor tenant.
New design: Chorzów Municipal Stadium
Polish Architectural Association presented design competition results for the new stadium of Ruch Chorzów, one of Poland's most famous clubs. Simplicity won over innovation due to budget constraints.
Poland: New idea for Chorzów stadium presented
During yesterday's meeting between city and club officials with supporters a new vision for the future Chorzów stadium was presented. One stand after another a new 12,000-16,000 stadium can be built. Groundbreaking could come in a year from now.
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.
Poland: Top clubs support safe standing and legal pyrotechnics
During last meeting of all 16 Ekstraklasa clubs on Monday, officials decided to support safe standing and legal pyrotechnics inside Polish stadiums. This unexpected step comes in response to police offensive after Euro 2012.
Poland: New 20,000-seater for Chorzów?
A massive 55,000-seat stadium is still under construction, but municipality declares the will to build a new, much smaller one only for the premier league side Ruch Chorzów.