Donbass Arena, Donetsk, Seating Plan
The Donbass Arena is an impressive sporting stadium that can hold 52,500 spectators, the stadiums prime use is hosting FC Shakhtar Donetsk matches, however during the summer of 2012 it will host some of the 2012 Euro games, listed below is some useful information on the stadium plus a seating plan.
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The Donbass Arena or Donbas Arena is a stadium with a natural grass pitch in Donetsk, Ukraine, this impressive stadium is of modern design and was opened on the 29th of August 2009, the complex is located in the center of the city, in the Lenin Comsomol park, this sporting venue has a capacity of 52,500 spectators and is the home Stadium of FC Shakhtar Donetsk,
This new stadium “Donbass Arena” was designed long before the Ukraine was named as co-host of Euro 2012 along with Poland, this modern day sporting venue was built considering the possibility of daily so the “Donbass Arena” was built including three restaurants, a lounge-bar, a fan cafe, fast-food outlets, retail outlets and a fitness center, as well as corporate boxes and first aid rooms, the stadium was designed to provide facilities for corporate events – presentations, press conferences, celebrations and concerts, if you were to see a concert at the arena then the seating plan would be different, as there would be the need for a stage and the pitch would become a standing area,
The seating plan directly below in light blue is a simplified version that just states the numbered sections, the bottom plan which is more colourful indicates which sections cost more money, prices may vary depending on what is being played at the stadium hence why prices are not listed here.
The stadium is the home ground of the football team Shakhtar Donetsk (”Donetsk Coal Miners“), FC Shakhtar Donetsk’s first match at the impressive was a 4–0 win against FC Obolon Kyiv in the 2009–10 Ukrainian Premier League on the 27th of September 2009.
The stadium was named after the shortened name for the Donets basin industrial region in which it has been built, hence – Donbas,
To view the Donbass Arena location on Google Maps simply click on the link below