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Polish Army Stadium (WSPE-640)


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Warsaw, Poland


Marshal Józef Pi?sudski Polish Army Stadium is an all-seater football-specific stadium in Warsaw, Poland. It is the home of Legia Warsaw football club, which has been playing there since August 9, 1930. With space for 31,800 spectators it is the 3rd biggest football stadium in Ekstraklasa. The Polish Army Stadium is owned by the City of Warsaw. The stadium is also referred to as "Pepsi Arena" on the basis of sponsorship agreement.

The Polish Army Stadium at ?azienkowska Street is located in Warsaw, in ?ródmie?cie district, Powi?le area, within the square of the streets: ?azienkowska, Czerniakowska, Kussoci?skiego and My?liwiecka. It has been officially opened on August 9, 1930. During the years it has been significantly modernized and reconstructed. The most recent reconstruction (November 2008 - March 2011) involved the demolition of all the hitherto stands and the construction, in the exact same location, of the brand new stadium, with only historic front of the former grandstand (so called "Kryta") preserved. The stadium in its shape from before the last reconstruction is commonly referred to as the "old stadium", whereas the stadium in its current shape is commonly referred to as the "new stadium". The new stadium was designed by the German studio JSK Architekten. The stadium meets the criteria for the UEFA Elite class, which allows it to host semi-finals of the Champions League. The facility is five-storey high and it is fully roofed. The stadium includes the technical backup zone for press, the office spaces, as well as the fitness and wellness center for players and coaching staff. There are also 12 catering stands, Sports Bar, Legia club museum and two club merchandise stores located within the stadium.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome.

World Stadiums Postcard Edition

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