The matches at ul. Traugutta 2 are being played by the Lechia Gdańsk Rugby Club and the youth team of Lechia Gdańsk.
The stadium, owned by the Municipal Sports and Recreation Centre in Gdańsk, is located in a majestic basin in the surroundings of a park. It has a very rich history reaching back to 1927, when the first structure at ul. Traugutta 29 was constructed. For over 80 years it was the venue for many sports events connected with football and athletics, and also politics. It was a place of resistance against the communist authorities and had an influence on the triumph of “Solidarność”. The structure was reconstructed twice, in 1935 and 1983. The stadium can accommodate 15 thousand fans, but due to security reasons this number is restricted to 12 thousand. The football pitch is illuminated by 4 floodlights constructed in 2008. Apart from the football stadium, the complex is composed of training pitches, tennis courts, gym and a conference hall.
Address: ul. Traugutta 29, 80-221 Gdańsk
The most important events:
• 1927 – the construction of the first structure at ul. Traugutta 29
• 1945 – the first league game played
• 28.09.1983 – the attendance record during the match with Juventus Turyn, 40 thousand fans.
• 12.04.1987 – the first and only match of the Polish national team at this stadium, played against Cyprus