Arena Gdansk, also known as Baltic Arena, is the premium football stadium of Gdansk, Poland. The complete Arena Gdansk address is Pokolen Lechii Gdansk 1, 80-560 Gdansk and the venue could be reached by following the Arena Gdansk directions from the city. Lechia Gdansk currently uses the facilities of the stadium and everytime there is a match involving the home team hosted here the demand of Arena Gdansk football tickets soars. Arena Gdansk is the third largest stadium of the country and is having a capacity of 43,615. The match between Poland and Uruguay on November 14, 2012 saw the biggest turnout in the venue. The exterior of the stadium building resembles amber that is long being extracted in the surrounding Baltic region. The venue was one of the hosts of Euro 2012. Arena Gdansk tickets are also sought eagerly if UEFA Champions League matches are slated to be played here.