Stadion Bruk-Bet (Stadion Termaliki Bruk-Bet Nieciecza)
|775 (Covered seats)|
|60 (VIP seats)|
|240 (Away section)|
|Clubs||Termalica Bruk-Bet Nieciecza KS|
|Inauguration||26.08.2007 (LKS Bruk-Bet Nieciecza - Poprad Muszyna, 3-0)|
|Renovations||2009, 2010, 2015|
|Address||Nieciecza 150, 33-240 Żabno|
Description: Stadion Bruk-Bet
The ground from Nieciecza village in Lesser Poland region became famous due to huge investment in the local club by its owner. Though there are just over 700 people living there, they have a stadium that can take almost triple the population. It all became possible thanks to continuous expansions from 2007 that included above all a new main stand with cover and a minor VIP section.
As the club won promotion to Ekstraklasa in 2015, owners decided to fund a complete redevelopment. Nearly all elements, including the field and pavements were removed. New field, floodlights, outer wall and giants screens arrived. Only the main grandstand remained, though it was expanded beyond recognition, received a membrane roof and modern infrastructure. And perhaps most amazingly, all works took less than 6 months.
New design: Copy+paste? Not quite
The famous Polish village football club Nieciecza proved that a stadium meeting all major criteria can be built swiftly and economically. Now the city of Częstochowa could build an evolution of that stadium concept. But will they?
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: 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.
New construction: Polish Cinderella building its castle
They’re the smallest club to ever climb to Poland’s Ekstraklasa. Now they have to rebuild their stadium in order to meet league requirements. Here’s how it’s going…
Poland: Village club makes it to the top
Remember the German team Hoffenheim? Compared to them, Polish Nieciecza is a dwarf. Still, club from a 750-population village made it to the Ekstraklasa. Some are euphoric, some not quite.