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Old July 10th, 2007, 07:22 PM   #61
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good for poland and nice stadiums. are they wanting to hold a euro cup?
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Poland & Ukraine are holding it in 2012.
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Old July 11th, 2007, 06:49 PM   #63
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http://svt.se/svt/jsp/Crosslink.jsp?d=21531&a=866428&lid=puff_866428&lpos=lasMer


Auch!!! Hard punishment, gonna be restricted from European play one season.

But what the hell are they doing, why not keep the fighting outside the stadium? I understand they are upset at their team, but is this the way they show that they are not doing well? Especially when they after all isnt doing that bad apparently.

Reminds me of swedish club Hammarby IF's supporters going on the pitch when they where third in the league and had a chance on the gold, not after that incident they didnt. I mean what did they have to do that for, ive seen supporters do such things when clubs are being degraded and are generally in a bad condition (for example THIS ONE ) , even that doesnt excuse it but it does explain it.
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Old July 11th, 2007, 11:00 PM   #64
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Auch!!! Hard punishment, gonna be restricted from European play one season.

But what the hell are they doing, why not keep the fighting outside the stadium? I understand they are upset at their team, but is this the way they show that they are not doing well? Especially when they after all isnt doing that bad apparently.
Actually that isn't about Polish stadiums too much
Seriously- I don't know what exactly have you read, but can you imagine a game with 3 000 fans of Legia Warsaw with 100 policemen on board?!
I cannot excuse these guys (although I got a bit used to that kind of situations in Krakow) , but in my opinion the Lithuanian side should be held responsible as well (of course not that strictly).

I'll just recall that Roma got 3 games without home audience after Frisk had his head bleeding, Feyenoord has only one-year ban even though their fans started disorders twice and in Nancy it was pretty much similar to Vilnius. On the other hand I also rememeber Legia's game in Austria 3 years ago...
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Old July 13th, 2007, 04:10 PM   #65
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Fresh images of the Poznan stadium- 50k, 5 stars. The only disadvantage of this design is the already built "4th stand" which doesn't fit at all. As the stadium is constructed stand-by-stand there is no work now, but the construction of 3rd stand (2 already built, one fully, one partly- waiting for construction of others) will commence this year, around autumn.





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Old July 13th, 2007, 04:34 PM   #66
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the 4th stand is really ruining it

I really like the Stadion Hetmana, nice little stadium.
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Old July 13th, 2007, 05:41 PM   #67
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Nice, but the concept might need few improvements, The design resembles Alianz Arena and Warsaw's project of Stadion Narodovy too much the built stand defenetly ruins the design and finaly the metal construction above the pitch is defenetly ugly. Personaly i like the 4 stand concept, without metal carcass.
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Old July 13th, 2007, 10:04 PM   #68
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I actually quite like it with that smaller stand. It makes it more unique.
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Old July 14th, 2007, 03:21 PM   #69
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Vampiro- I guess it is a bit matter of taste- I quite like the new roof construction. As for resemblance- I don't think the architects even hoped for comparison to Allianz Arena As for similarity to the Warsaw's National Stadium- don't worry, the design we know won't be completed so it might actually turn out to be completely different

And speaking of National Stadium- unfortunately we'll have to wait until November to know the final design, because there are serious criminal charges against 2 members of the Central Sports Center (my translation which sounds a bit absurd- owner of the National Stadium's ground) so the bidding procedures need to be checked, which will make it late one month. What makes it a bit more positive is the news that the reason for checking procedures for a month is that there was a really huuuuge interest in the competition so we might be treated to some decent designs in Autumn! I'll try and catch most of them if it will be possible and the total number may reach 30 or more...
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Old July 23rd, 2007, 03:36 AM   #70
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Will the smaller structures around the stadium as seen in this picture also get built?
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Old July 23rd, 2007, 09:14 PM   #71
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The problem is Stadiony.net couldn't bare the transfer generated by hotlinks (or how you call it), so the photos hotlinked from there aren't showing up.
But yes, these smaller structures are part of the designs. Difficult however to say whether they will be done for 2012 as Poland seems to be running out of time and some procedures aren't taken good care of. Still, the stadium itself shouldn't have delays.
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Old July 23rd, 2007, 11:17 PM   #72
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Yeah, Stadiony.net was the only place I found the picture of the smaller structures (but I think you know what I'm talking about, thx)

Nevertheless this will be the best looking stadium for the entire Euro 2012 soccer cup.
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Old July 24th, 2007, 03:02 PM   #73
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Running tracks around the icerink? Are they crazy, youd think the planners would have learned how catastrophic that is by now.

It would be better if they built the stadium a little higher (or lowered the pitch beyond ground level), and built the stands just by the icerink. And when used for athletics, they can just remove some of the front rows, also the result being that the ones closest will sit higher up and have yet better views for athletic events.

I see they've already started, still, they could lower the pitch more and add some rows of seats further down which can be removed for athletics events.

By the way ive never ever seen a icehockeyrink with running tracks around it before. But the result is just like in any other sports, spectators further from the game.
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Old July 31st, 2007, 03:55 PM   #75
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A newsflash on the euro2012 venues:

Overall it isn't looking good, because instead of forming stiff committees that would do their job we still see our government giving jobs to people by political option, not by qualifications needed. Our new sports minister.... I don't think she knows what an offside or free-kick is.

1. Warsaw
Situation is shit. Recently a man who used to be Warsaw's main architect (when Poland's current president ruled the city) and has a mixed reputation (lightly said) got a place in the Ministry of Sports. He declared that there is no chance for the National Stadium will be finished by the first deadline set by UEFA (06.2010). That wouldn't be so bad, after all bigger time slips are available, but he wants the whole design competition to be canceled after almost 30 high class design offices have submitted their bids. Pathetic.
On the bright side (which is the smaller side)- the stadium is now said to be up to 80 000 seats.
I can already imagine the Polish FA Cup (Puchar Polski) final there- 10 000 people on a 80k-seater.

2. Wroclaw/Breslau
The bidding procedure for the design of the new stadium has just ended. 26 top flight offices sent their designs. The official statement says that big names from USA, Japan Europe and even someone from Poland took part. We may well expect HOK Sport there, they're everywhere
The stadium will have 40 000 or even (!) 60 000 seats, as the organizers set almost no boundaries for the designers' creativity. The stadium will be conjoint with a huge retail/leisure centre. Cost between 100-130mln €. I guess they will just make it 200mln when the construction starts

3. Chorzow (reserve)
specialists will now check the best possibilities of saving the current design. About time It's been renovated since 1997, so it took them a while. Capacity may rise up to 60 000 seats. Jesus- why didn't we bid for the World Cup then?! Only Krakow will have a stadium under 40k.

4. Krakow
The architect will give his final vision (let's hope so, he won't live long enough for another one with his speed) in Winter this year. Meanwhile a new media building should be started construction on in next several weeks. Possibly in winter the construction on new East Stand may be started (demolishing current one will be the first step).

5. Gdansk
snoooooriiing. Zzzzzzz....
Actually the municipal authorities bought almost all of close to 500 private parcels that cover the new ground's territory. It's going the right way I guess/hope.



Still about Euro 2012:
Authorities of more and more cities want to express their hospitality towards the competing teams and are planning to build facilities that will be used for training. One of the biggest I've already shown (Radom), the other one is planned in Rybnik:

athletics/speedawy stadium with an indoor-sports hall next to it as part of a huge leisure complex, with a hotel, skating hall, natatorium, football school and more. For now these are only plans, but who knows.


And apart from Euro:
The stadium in Bialystok will be remodeled (design in the first post of this thread). This came as a result of social consultations. As soon as I know the effects, I will let you know.
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Old July 31st, 2007, 07:19 PM   #76
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in the case of the warsaw stadium , will there be an athletic track scheduled or not ? cause it'll be the national stadium the city could want to use for hosting ol games one day , not only for football .
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My guess would be no, because 70k today is not enough for olympic games... I think that it should be an awsome football only venue, good enough for any match... From Euro to CL final.
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Old July 31st, 2007, 08:47 PM   #78
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if the stadium has 80000 seats as mentionned by michal for last estimate , no doubt they have in their mind to make their national stadium an olympic multisports venue , like so many other cases in equivalent reknown world cities ( istanbul , athens , berlin , sdf in paris , chinese cities etc.... ) , not only for football .
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Vampiro- unluckily for both of us it will probably have an athletics track. At least the last vision shown had it and no-one declared change of plans.
Plus- Madrid is bidding for Olympics in 2016 with a stadium of 66 000. How come?
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3. Chorzow (reserve)
specialists will now check the best possibilities of saving the current design. About time It's been renovated since 1997, so it took them a while. Capacity may rise up to 60 000 seats. Jesus- why didn't we bid for the World Cup then?! Only Krakow will have a stadium under 40k.

4. Krakow
The architect will give his final vision (let's hope so, he won't live long enough for another one with his speed) in Winter this year. Meanwhile a new media building should be started construction on in next several weeks. Possibly in winter the construction on new East Stand may be started (demolishing current one will be the first step).
Krakow is also a reserve venue
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