Stadion Poznań (also known as Stadion Miejski) has been the home stadium of Lech Poznań since it first opened in 1980. The stadium took 12 years to construct and the first match was a 1-1 draw between Lech and Motor Lublin on the 23rd August 1980.
Reconstruction of the stadium began in 2003, with plans upgraded to ensure Stadion Poznań was eligible to host matches at UEFA Euro 2012. The works were completed in 2010 with capacity set at 43,269. Poland played their first international at the stadium in November 2010, defeating the Ivory Coast 3-1 in a friendly. The national team has since returned several times for friendly matches.
Three group matches of UEFA Euro 2012 were held at Stadion Poznań – Croatia defeating the Republic of Ireland 3-1, Croatia then drawing 1-1 with Italy and the Italians then beating the Republic of Ireland 2-0.
Tenants: Lech Poznań
Address: Bułgarska 17, 60-320 Poznań, Poland
Tickets at Stadion Poznań
Lech Poznań Tickets
Lech Poznań tickets are available to purchase online or from many different stores across Poland as listed on the official website here. Tickets for the 2022-2023 season cost PLN 50-PLN 70 for Adults, PLN 40-PLN 56 for Concessions and PLN 25-PLN 35 for Children. Tickets for the fixture against Legia Warsaw cost more.
Poland national football team Tickets
Tickets for Poland international matches are available to purchase through the official website here.
Stadion Poznań Stadium Tour
Lech Poznań offer stadium tours of Stadion Poznań, lasting an hour and taking place at 11:00, 14:00 and 17:30 from Monday to Friday. The tour costs PLN 22 or PLN 17 for concessions, further information and booking is available on the official website here.
Location & Travel to Stadion Poznań
Stadion Poznań is located in the Grunwald district of Poznan, approximately 5 kilometres southwest of the city centre in western Poland.
Airport: Poznań–Ławica Airport is located 5 kilometres west of the city centre and offers flights all across Europe. Bus lines 159 and 222 run to the Poznań Główny railway station with a journey time of about 20 minutes.
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Bus: Bus routes 145, 150, 163, 191 and 240 all run to the Stadion Miejski stop on the east side of the stadium.
Driving & Parking: The main east-west A2 motorway is 8 kilometres from the stadium, exit at the Komorniki junction, and then follow Głogowska Street towards the centre before following signposts for the stadium. There is limited parking at the stadium on matchdays, costing PLN 15 and can be booked in advance on the official website here.
Train: Poznań Główny railway station is the city’s main station, with services all across Poland as well as to Berlin and Frankfurt in Germany. The station is located central in the city, with tram lines 6, 13 and 15 the easiest way of connecting with the city.
Tram: Tram lines 1, 6, 7, 13, 15 all run to the Stadion Miejski stop, with a journey time of 10 minutes from the railway station.