Warsaw

Legia Warszawa

  ul. Łazienkowska 3      (+48) 22 318 20 00     16 Sep 2019
Legia's redeveloped Polish Army stadium at Łazienkowska (now renamed the Legia Warszawa Pepsi Arena) means that Warsaw's biggest club now has a 31,000 seat stadium in which to play, featuring two 7-ton video screens, a museum dedicated to the history of the football club and its own TV studio. The best place to watch the game from as a foreigner is the East Stand (Trybuna Wschodnia) and you should bring a passport (ID card or driving licence also accepted) to buy tickets; you'll need to fill out a form to receive a 'fan card', which allows you entrance into the stadium.
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Ticket office open 08:00-21:00 two days before match day.

Price/Additional Info

Tickets range in price depending on the match (whether a European game, league or cup game), but a normal ticket will cost between 30-100zł, and reduced tickets 20-70zł - children up to the age of 13 pay reduced ticket fee.

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