Poland is getting ready to host one of the biggest events the country has ever seen, the Euro 2012 Tournament, and the locals are getting excited. Although Krakow is not a host city for the tournament, it’s stadium is on the stand-by list, although it’s arguably a better facility than some of Poland’s host citis including Gdansk, Wroclaw, and Poznan.
First built in 1953 and home to the Wisla Krakow soccer team, Krakow Stadium has a long history as being one of the most important sporting facilities in the country. The stadium is currently under redevelopment and can hold over 33,000 spectators for any given game. There is no information currently available on stadium tours.