Club: Korona Kielce | Opening: 2006 | Capacity: 15,500 seats
History and description
Stadion Miejski w Kielcach was built at the same site as Kielce’s old stadium. Construction of the new stadium started in 2004, and was completed two years later.
Stadion Miejski w Kielcach officially opened on the 1st of April 2006 with a league match between Korona Kielce and Zagłębia Lubin. The new stadium came at a cost of PLN 48 million.
In 2012, Stadion Miejski hosted the Polish Cup final after other stadiums turned out to be unavailable due to various reasons.
Stadion Miejski w Kielcach is located just south of Kielce’s city centre. The walk from the central market square (Rynek) takes about 15 minutes, the walk from the railway station about 5 minutes more.
If coming from the S7 north (Warsaw), take the 73 into town. At the southern end of the city centre turn right (at the roundabout) onto the 786 Seminaryjska. After just under a kilometre slide left onto Jana Pawla II. After an obligatory right turn, turn immediately left again following the square until you reach Jana Pawla again (which is now called Ściegiennego). Turn right. The stadium will lie shortly ahead on the right side of the road.
If coming from the south, take the 762 into town. The 762 will turn into Krakowska avenue. Turn right just before reaching Jana Pawla (at the beginning of the square). Follow the square on the right until reaching Ściegiennego, and turn right.
Address: ul. Ściegiennego 8, Kielce
Polish citizens need a Fan Card (Karta Kibica) to be able to attend a Korona home match. The card can be acquired at the club offices at the stadium. Foreigners should be able to buy a ticket with identification, but this has not been explicitly confirmed by Korona. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticket prices range from PLN 13.00 for a seat behind the goal to PLN 21.00 for a central seat at one of the long sides. Prices are increased for a number of top matches to between PLN 20.00 and PLN 30.00.
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