The most modern entertainment and sporting arena in Poland meets the requirements of world and European federations. The Masters’ Hall is often referred to as an example of a unique roof structure with a two-directional tension structure. The structure is an enhancement of a solution developed by Maciej Nowicki, a Polish architect.
The building and its designer have been awarded a number of prizes:
- Silver Laurels of the Polish Olympic Committee for the Masters’ Hall in Włocławek. 2004 for Wojciech Ryżyński, architect.
- Medal-Winning Building of Pomorze and Kujawy 2002
- Building of the Year 2001 – award by readers of “Gazeta Kujawska” in the contest for the “Most Beautiful building in Włocławek 2001”

Location: Włocławek, Al. Chopina 8
Investor: Urząd Miasta Włocławek
DESIGN: 2000r.
Commissioned: 2001r.

Key data:
- cubage: 70000m3
- surface area: 8820m2
- height: 22m
- 3500 seats
- longitudinal span: 86m
- transverse span: 80m

The building is provided with CCTV (monitoring of the audience) with 16 rotating cameras with a zoom with which individuals can be identified.