- Address: Aleja Śląska 1, Wrocław
- Country: Poland
- Capacity: 43,000
- Opened: 10 September 2011
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Śląsk Wrocław (football)
Extra stadium info – Tarczyński Arena Wrocław
The stadium, which is among the main Polish sports venues, opened with a boxing match. The national football teams of the Czech Republic, the Hellenic Republic, Poland and Russia played at the Tarczyński Arena Wrocław during the UEFA European Football Championship in 2008. Russia won the first UEFA European Football Championship game at the venue after defeating the Czech Republic 4-1. 40,000 spectators showed up for the match. Alan Yelizbarovich Dzagoev scored the first goal in the game. He also scored the fourth goal in the game.
The first-ever football match at the Tarczyński Arena Wrocław took place on 28 October 2011. 40,000 people attended the match between Śląsk Wrocław and Lechia Gdansk. Śląsk Wrocław was founded in 1947 under a different name. In 1976, they won the Polish cup tournament for the first time in their history. One year later, they were crowned Polish football champions for the first time in their history. Śląsk Wrocław drew an average home attendance of 18,000 during that league season. In 2012, they won the Polish top-flight football league for the second time in their history. Śląsk Wrocław drew an average home attendance of 16,000 during that league season.
The European championship for football clubs
On 14 September 1977, Śląsk Wrocław played their first match in the European championship for football clubs. They faced the club which is currently known as Levski Sofia in that match. Śląsk Wrocław lost the game, which took place in the Bulgarian city of Sofia in front of 40,000 spectators. Several days later, Śląsk Wrocław faced the club which is currently known as Levski Sofia again in their second European championship game. The game, which took place in Wrocław in front of 25,000 fans, ended in a draw.