Located in the Gdanska-Letnicy area north of Gdansk, the Stadion Energa was built with the Euro 2012 in mind. The first match held in the stadium, formerly known as the PGE Arena, was between Lechia Gdansk and Cracovia, played a week after the official inauguration of the place on August 6, 2011.
During the Euro Championships, the stadium played host to three group matches as well as the QF between Greece and Germany.
PGE, the Polish energy firm, bought the naming rights of the ground in 2009, when the place was still in construction. However, the rights changed hands in 2015 after a new deal was cut with Energa and it was thus that the ground got its new name of Energa Stadium.
Currently, the huge arena boasts of a seating capacity of 42,000 including 1,383 business seats, and that in addition to a futher 40 VIP boxes.
The stadium is the home of the club Lechia Gdansk.Places nearby:
Westerplatte: Where the Invasion of Poland Began 3 km / 1 mi
Neptunes Fountain in Gdansk, Poland: Legend and Goldwasser 4 km / 2 mi
Power and Structure Represented by Malbork Castle 46 km / 28 mi
Kaliningrad Zoo One of Russias Oldest Zoos 124 km / 77 mi
Amber Museum an art depository of fossilized resin 127 km / 78 mi