Stadion Wroclaw (currently known as Tarczyński Arena Wrocław for sponsorship reasons) is a football stadium that is the home of Śląsk Wrocław and has a capacity of 45,105. The stadium opened in 2011 ahead of Poland co-hosting UEFA Euro 2012.
The first event in the stadium was on the 10th September 2011 with a boxing match between Tomasz Adamek and Vitali Klitschko for the WBC heavyweight title, with Klitschko winning by TKO in the 10th round in front of a crowd of 42,000.
Poland would play their first international in the stadium in November 2011 as they lost 2-0 to Italy in a friendly. Three group matches of UEFA Euro 2012 were held in Wroclaw, all involving the Czech Republic – Russia winning 4-1, the Czech’s then beating Greece 2-1 and then taking a 1-0 victory over the co-hosts Poland. Poland have since played a number of internationals in the stadium.
Tenants: Śląsk Wrocław
Tickets at Stadion Wroclaw
Śląsk Wrocław Tickets
Poland national football team Tickets
Tickets for Poland international matches are available to purchase through the official website here.
Stadion Wroclaw Viewing Terrace
A viewing terrace at Stadion Wroclaw for a view into the stadium is open from 9:00 to 15:00, 7 days a week (with the exception of event days) and is located in Section D.
Location & Travel to Stadion Wroclaw
Stadion Wroclaw is located in the Fabryczna district of Wroclaw, approximately 8 kilometres north of the city centre in southwestern Poland.
Airport: Copernicus Airport Wrocław is located 10 kilometres southwest of the city centre and offers flights all across Europe, most notably to are Warsaw, Amsterdam, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Zürich and Budapest. Bus line 106 runs to the city with a journey time of about 40 minutes.
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Bus: Bus routes 101, 102, 103, 104, 123 and 127 all run to the stop on the north side of the stadium.
Driving & Parking: The stadium is located just off national road 94 by exiting at Warciańska/Warszawa Kudowa-Stone. There are 1,900 parking spaces at the stadium costing 20-30 PLN for a Śląsk Wrocław match.
Train: Wrocław Główny is the largest railway station in Poland by passenger numbers, with regular services to Szczecin, Poznań, and to Warsaw Central as well as internationally to Berlin Hauptbahnhof and Wien Hauptbahnhof (Vienna). The station is located just south of the city centre and has a regular service to Wrocław Stadion station at the south of the stadium.
Tram: Tram lines 3, 10, 20 and 31 all run to stops in the vicinity of the stadium.
Hotels near Stadion Wroclaw
The ibis Budget Wroclaw Stadion is located a short walk from the stadium. Alternatively, use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Wroclaw by clicking here.