Stadion MOSiR w Stalowej Woli (Stadion Stali Stalowa Wola)
|1,243 (Main stand)|
|1,430 (East stand)|
|259 (Away section)|
|Clubs||ZKS Stal Stalowa Wola|
|Renovations||1968, 2006, 2011-2013, 2014|
|Record attendance||12,000 (Stal Stalowa Wola - Legia Warszawa 1-0, 30/10/1994)|
|Address||ul. Hutnicza 15, 37-450, Stalowa Wola|
Description: Stadion Stali Stalowa Wola
The first stadium in Stalowa Wola’s short history was built along Hutnicza St. and was among the first public buildings in the city, separating the large steelworks from residential estates. In its initial configuration it had no stands or running track, only the playing field.
The track and first landfill stands (accompanied by the brick-steel main grandstand in the west) were built in 1960s, allowing crowds of up to 10,000-12,000 to watch games. From the start of its existence the stadium was home to local team KS Stalowa Wola, later renamed to Stal. The side saw its best age so far begin in 1973, as locals reached the Polish 2nd league, not falling below that level for 28 years. In 1990s, fighting in the Ekstraklasa, Stal saw games against the likes of Legia or Wisła sell out the stadium to capacity and beyond.
In 2011 complete redevelopment began, along a scheme from 2008. The phased project saw the new east stand built first, opened in early 2013. However, as funding was insufficient, further phases were halted and the scheme downscaled from 10,000 to 8,000 final capacity.
Currently the dated terraces on southern and northern curves aren't included in capacity.
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