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Lech Poznań

While stand #2 is where you will find the official singing section with the club’s hardcore support and the bottom right of stand #4 for guest supporters, foreign visitors are recommended to take up seats in either stand #3 or the main stand #1.

The stadium is located to the west of the city and can be reached by the tram 6 or 13 from the centre. A taxi alternatively will cost you 20-30zl.

Provisional fixtures at press time are as follows and are subject to confirmation depending on television schedules. Please check the club's website for updates. 

November 17-18 Legia Warszawa
December 1-2 Śląsk Wrocław


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Price/Additional Info

Prices for Stands I and III are 20-40zł depending on the opponent with discounts for students under 26 and those over 65 as well as for children up to age 13 and women. Prices rise for bigger games such as the visit of Legia Warsaw or Wisła Kraków. It's compulsory to buy a Karta Kibica (Fan's Card) in order to buy a ticket and to enter the stadium. To get one bring your passport (not ID or driver's license but passport). The Karta Kibica is free. It's best to use ticket office no. 2 which is set between stands II and III, under the stairs. It is open 11:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-14:00 and later on match days. Tickets can also be bought from the TIFOSI Shop (ul. Ratajczaka 20, open 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-14:00, closed Sun). You can also nab tickets at the new train station from the Eurokiosk. You should bring ID with you when purchasing tickets.

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