Lâ€™ISOLANTE K-FLEX has contributed to the construction of 3 stadiums for the world level event - the European Football Championship 2012. The insulation chosen for these projects was K-FLEX ST with IN CLAD foil
> PGE Arena Gdansk Gdanska, Poland - Capacity: 44000
PGE Arena Gdansk is a football stadium located in the city/town of Gdanska in Poland, Europe. PGE Arena Gdansk has a maximum stadium capacity of 44000 spectators. Lechia Gdansk are the main occupants of the stadium. Lechia Gdansk play their domestic home football fixtures at PGE Arena Gdansk in the Ekstraklasa football competition.
> Stadion Miejski Poznan, Poland - Capacity: 43000
Stadion Miejski in Poznan is the home stadium of Polish Ekstraklasa football club Lech Poznan as well as being one of the designated venues for the finals of Euro 2012 and is located on Bulgarska street in Grunwald, Poznan. Stadion Miejski was originally opened in 1980 and has been completely reconstructed between 2003 and 2010 for Euro 2012 with the building work costing approx 160 Million Euro. The overall capacity of the stadium is currently 45.830. The maximum field dimensions which the stadium can accommodate are 105 x 68 m which is the maximum allowed for UEFA Competition regulations.
> Stadion Narodowy Varsavia, Poland - Capacity: 58500
Stadion Narodowy is a football stadium located in Warsaw, Poland. Construction started on the stadium in 2008 and was completed in 2011. Stadion Narodowy is due to host the opening match (a group match) of UEFA Euro 2012 as well as 2 other group matches, a quarterfinal and a semifinal of Euro 2012 which is hosted jointly by Poland and Ukraine. Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw has a retractable PVC roof which unfolds from a nest on a needle suspended above the centre of the pitch.