Venue guide: Poland 2017

The 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship will be held at six stadiums across Poland.

Lublin Stadium will stage three Group A fixtures
Lublin Stadium will stage three Group A fixtures ©PZPN

Lublin: Lublin Stadium
Matches: three Group A fixtures
• Capacity: 15,500
• Home club: Motor Lublin, KS Lublinianka
• Did you know? Arena Lublin has staged three of Poland's Under-21 matches

Kielce: Kielce Stadium
Matches: three Group A fixtures
• Capacity: 14,700
• Home club: Korona Kielce
• Did you know? Poland's senior side have played three times at the Kielce Stadium, which opened in 2006.

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Gdynia: Gdynia Stadium
Matches: three Group B fixtures
• Capacity: 14,800
• Home club: Arka Gdynia
• Did you know? The stadium was officially opened on 19 February 2011 as Arka took on Bulgarian club Beroe Stara Zagora – a reprise of the teams' European Cup Winners' Cup meeting in 1979.

Bydgoszcz: Bydgoszcz Stadium
Matches: three Group B fixtures
• Capacity: 20,000
• Home club: Zawisza Bydgoszcz
• Did you know? The ground is also known as the Zdzisław Krzyszkowiak Stadium, after the Polish athlete who won the 3,000m steeplechase at the 1960 Olympic Games.

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Tychy: Tychy Stadium 
Matches: three Group C fixtures, one semi-final
• Capacity: 15,000
• Home club: GKS Tychy
• Did you know? Stadion Miejski Tychy underwent a complete modernisation between 2013 and 2015.

Krakow: Krakow Stadium
Matches: three Group C fixtures, one semi-final, final
• Capacity: 14,800
• Home club: Cracovia
• Did you know? The 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier between Ukraine and Kosovo was played at the stadium on 9 October 2016.

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