The Euro 2012 Championships spurred a much-needed stadium upgrade in Poland, not only in the cities hosting tournament games, but also elsewhere in Poland on a smaller scale, meaning that the traditional eastern European uncovered bowls have become increasingly rare. Attendances have crept up as well, though possibly not to the extent hoped, and many of the larger stadium remain sparsely filled. Thankfully, the fanatic Polish fans more than make up for the lack of the crowds, at least on the right day, and can (quite literally) set their ground on fire.

CityClubStadiumCap.
BialystokJagiellonia BialystokStadion Miejski w Bialymstoku22,372
Bielsko-BialaTS PodbeskidzieStadion Miejski w Bielsku-Bialej15,316
GdanskLechia GdanskStadion Energa Gdansk42,105
GdyniaArka GdyniaStadion Miejski w Gdyni15,139
KielceKorona KielceStadion Miejski w Kielcach15,500
KrakowMKS CracoviaStadion Cracovii15,016
KrakowWisla KrakowStadion Miejski im. Henryka Reymana32,804
LubinZaglebia LubinStadion Zaglebia Lubin16,068
LublinMotor LublinArena Lublin15,400
PoznanLech PoznanINEA Stadion43,269
SzczecinPogon SzczecinStadion Miejski im. Floriana Krygiera18,027
WarsawLegia WarsawStadion Miejski Legii Warszawa31,000
Warsaw--Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie58,145
WroclawSlask WroclawStadion Miejski w Wroclawiu44,901
ZabrzeGornik ZabrzeArena Zabrze24,413