The famous JSK Architekci designed the stadium. The architectural concept was termed as STADIUM-LANTERN.
The Wroclaw Municipal Stadium is situated in western part of Poland and was built for conducting the UEFA European Football Championship 2012. This is reported to be the largest arena in Ekstraklasa and also the third largest in the entire country of Poland. The largest stadium in Poland is the National Stadium and the second largest is Silesia Stadium. The Wroclaw Municipal Stadium is notably known for its architectural concept. The overall shape of the stadium is highlighted by the highly innovative design of the external walls. The covering on the stadium offers transparency and lightness to this huge structure. The overall architectural concept of Wroclaw Municipal Stadium also includes an extensive outdoor promenade around the stadium which is referred as the Esplanade. The Esplanade grants entry to the stadium from two directions. From the southern end, esplanade leads under Lotnicza Street which has an integrated Park & Ride Plaza. This was built with a train station, a tram stop and also an outdoor parking lot. From the northern end, the esplanade leads from the northern public transport interchange with bus and tram stops and also for the parking of buses. The building of the stadium is covered with glass fibre mesh coated with Teflon which gives a ravishing effect. The colours on the external walls of the stadium change by sophisticated lighting system.
Euro 2012 matches were held in this stadium.
The stadium opening on 10th September 2011 was followed by a boxing fight between Vitali Klitschko and Tomasz Adamek for the WBC heavyweight title.
Many memorable Poland national football team matches were held in Wroclaw Municipal Stadium.
The first football match was held in this stadium on 28th October 2011 between Lechia Gdansk and Slask Wroclaw.