Slag. This is how much the new stadium in Lublin will cost. There is new information

Motor Lublin is waiting impatiently for the new stadium. When will the facility be built and how much will it cost? Krzysztof Żuk, the mayor of the city, provided new information on the matter.

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The idea to build a new stadium on the site of the current one fell through. The concept of building the facility in the area of ​​the Lublin Riding Club will be implemented. The location has already been approved by the City Council.

When will the first shovel be driven? It is known that this will not happen for the next two years. This is how long the work on the design of the new stadium is to take. PLN 1.8 million has been earmarked for this purpose.

“The Town Hall announces that it will be a covered hall, not only for speedway games, but also for major cultural events” – reported “Dziennik Wschodni”, quoting the President of Lublin, Krzysztof Żuk.

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– It will be an investment that will probably amount to PLN 200 million – said Żuk, revealing directly that he does not know yet where the money for the project will come from.

– It’s in front of us. Let’s develop documentation, then we will decide on detailed financing models – admitted Żuk.

At the present Motor Lublin stadium, less than 10,000 seats can be seated. fans. This is definitely not enough for the speedway madness that prevails in the city. The fans are killing each other for tickets.

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