The Stunning and Distinctive Design of Wroclaw Stadium for Euro 2012

An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium

Wroclaw Stadium is located in Wrocaw, Poland. Its construction began in April 2009 and was completed in September 2011. This stadium has been specifically designed as a venue for European Cup 2012 matches. Three matches from Group A have taken place in this stadium; they are Czech Republic versus Russia, Czech Republic versus Greece, and Poland versus Czech Republic.

Wroclaw stadium has a distinctive shape which is recognizable and dynamic to the city. It is highlighted with the innovative design of its external wall which is made of glass fibre mesh coated with teflon. The color of the wall can be changed into any color using certain lighting system. Inside, Wroclaw stadium has a seating capacity of more than 42.000 including 95 spaces for supporters with wheelchairs and the accompanying assistants, 40 spaces for supporters who are deaf or having hearing difficulty, and other 40 for blind or spatially sighted supporters. The grass field inside the stadium has the dimension of 105 x 68 meters.

The following are some pictures of the stunning Wroclaw stadium including the interior and exterior look. For more detailed information about Wroclaw stadium, you can visit Wikipedia.

An aerial view of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium

An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
An Aerial View of Wroclaw Soccer Stadium
images credit: VIVAnews

A View of Interior Wroclaw Stadium
A View of Interior Wroclaw Stadium
image credit: stadiumpon.com 

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