|Full name||Stadion Miejski,Gdynia,|
|Field size||105 m x 68 m|
|Construction cost||78.4 million PLN|
|Architect||Studio Projektowe SPAK|
Stadion GOSiR is a football stadium in Gdynia, Poland. It is the home ground of Arka, but has also hosted several international games, including those of the Polish youth national team. The stadium holds 15,139 people and replaced an obsolete ground by the same name that stood here since 1964.
Name polish:"Stadion Miejski",Gdynia, ( polish:"Stadion Miejski w Gdyni") Name in english: Municipal Stadium,Gdynia, Adress: Ulica Olimpinska 5
PL - 81-538,Gdynia, POLAND,Poland, districkt:-(Gdynia)-(Witomino-Lesniczowka)- (woj.pomorskie),/ "(vodioship)-(pomerian)"/,
City/(city) : (polish):Gdynia, german: (Gdingen),or (Gotenhafen).
operator: city gdynia,(gosir gdynia),
Designed by Warsaw-based SPAK practice it allowed Gdynia to meet increasing standards, even though the structure also earned some criticism for roof construction that doesn't cover all spectators and has steel supports obstructing view from some seats. This was however chosen by Gdynia municipality due to budget constraints over much more effective cantilever roof. Demolition of the previous stadium started on December 1, 2009, with challenging foundation works done during harsh winter. By May 2010 first stand reached its maximum height with 20 rows of terracing. Works carried out by Budimex-Dromex were due to end in late 2010, but after delays were finished in early weeks of 2011.
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