Gdansk Arena Stadium in Poland (Euro 2012) – Fossil stone exterior yellow is characteristic of the stadium is owned by KS Lechia Gdansk Gdansk is located in the city. Curved buildings of 45,000 square meters 18 000 copies were plastered with fossil stone taken from the Baltic coast.
Capacity of 40 000 seat stadium is located in the triangle of the Old Town, the famous shipyards and airports. Opened in July 2011, Gdansk Stadium played his first international match on 6 September 2011 when Poland hosted Germany.
Polish clubs, KS Lechia Gdansk, Gdansk stadium using as his headquarters since season 2011/2012. They leave from the old headquarters in Aniolki which only has a capacity of 12,000 seats. Gdansk stadium will host three Group C qualifiers and the Euro 2012 quarter-finals.