Stadion Narodowy (translated into English as ‘National Stadium’) is the home stadium of the Poland national football team and is the largest football stadium in Poland with a capacity of 58,580.
The stadium was officially opened on the 29th January 2012 with a rock concert ahead of the county co-hosting UEFA Euro 2012 and was built on the site of the former Stadion Dziesięciolecia. The first football match took place on the 29th February 2012 with Poland drawing 0-0 with Portugal.
The stadium would go on to host three group matches (including the opening match featuring Poland), a quarter-final and semi-final of UEFA Euro 2012 which was co-hosted with Ukraine. In the semi-final, Italy defeated Germany 2-1 as they would go on to lose the Final in Kiev to Spain.
The 2015 UEFA Europa League Final was held at the venue, with Sevilla of Spain defeating Dnipro of Ukraine 3-2. Other major events to have been held at Stadion Narodowy include the opening ceremony and match of the 2014 FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship. Poland beat Serbia 3-0 in front of 61,500 spectators, a new record for an FIVB volleyball match. The motorcycling Speedway Grand Prix of Poland was held in the stadium in 2015.
Tenants: Poland national football team
Tickets at Stadion Narodowy
Poland national football team Tickets
Tickets for Poland international matches are available to purchase through the official website here.
Stadion Narodowy Stadium Tour
Tours of Stadion Narodowy are available every day from 10am to 5pm, with several different tours available ranging from PLN 15 to PLN 43. Further information is available on the official website here.
Location & Travel to Stadion Narodowy
Stadion Narodowy is located in the Praga Południe district of Warsaw, approximately 2.5 kilometres from the city centre of Poland’s capital city.
Airport: Warsaw Chopin Airport is Poland’s largest airport and also one of the busiest in Central Europe. It offers domestic flights to Kraków, Wrocław and Gdańsk as well as a large number of international services all across the world. The airport has its own rail station with services to Warsaw running every 15 minutes and is just 10 kilometres away.
The much smaller Warsaw Modlin Airport is 40 kilometres north of the city and mainly offers low-cost services across Europe. There is a coach service from the airport to Warsaw or shuttle services run to nearby Modlin for the 25 minute trip to the city.
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Bus: A number of bus routes run to the nearby Rondo Waszyngtona transport hub including the 102, 111, 117, 123, 128, 146, 147, 158, 166, 507, 509, 517, 521, N02, N22, N24 and N72 lines.
Car Parking: Car parking is available at the stadium during events costing PLN 25. Further information is available on the official website here.
Metro: The metro is the easiest way of reaching the stadium, with the Station Stadion Narodowy a short walk away and sitting on the M2 line.
Train: Warszawa Stadion railway station is a short walk away and sits on the Warsaw Cross-City Line, the journey from central Warsaw taking just 5 minutes and services running very frequently. Warszawa Centralna railway station is approximately 3 kilometres from the stadium and offers direct connections all across Poland as well as internationally to Austria, Belarus, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia and Slovakia.
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Tram: Tram lines 7, 8, 9, 22, 24, 45 and 77 all stop at the nearby Rondo Waszyngtona transport hub.
Walk: Walking from central Warsaw takes approximately 30 minutes and is quite straight forward, along Jerusalem Avenue (Aleje Jerozolimskie) and crossing the Poniatowski Bridge over the Vistula River.