Miejski Wroclaw Stadium in Poland (Euro 2012)

Stadion Miejski Wrocław
Miejski Wroclaw Stadium in Poland (Euro 2012) – Slask Wroclaw stadium club is better known by the name ‘Stadium Lantern’ because of looks like a typical Chinese lanterns. Building the stadium is located in Wroclaw, Poland, is made of lightweight fiberglass material coated with teflon. The color of the outer wall of the stadium is subject to change due to using high-tech lighting system.

With a capacity of 42 771 seats, the stadium was built in 2009 and opened in 2011 it will hold a three-game qualifying Group A Euro 2012. Miejski Stadium opened with the inauguration of George Michael’s concert on 17 September 2011 or the week after holding the world heavyweight boxing bout between Tomasz Adamek Vitaliy Klitschko opponents.
Johan Voskamp scored the first goal at the Stadium when Slask Wroclaw Miejski bend Lechia Gdansk 1-0 on October 28, 2011. Meanwhile, Mario Balotelli and Giampaolo Pazzini posted a first international goal at the Stadium Miejski when Italy win 2-0 on 11 November 2011.
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