The stadium lies by the two-lane Solna Street. The cash desk and entrances for supporters, as well as the entrance for vehicles with special authorization, face the Śliwińskiego Street. The indoor car park can house 39 cars and 2 coaches. The actual, large car park, which can seat 250 cars and 2 coaches is situated on the other side of the street, but it is accessed from Solna Street, between a construction materials wholesaler and the seat of Municipal Transport Services. You can reach the stadium by local transport services by getting off at Łopuskiego Street, next to the hospital, or Jedności Narodowej Street, next to Lidl store, or Bałtycka Street, next to the building of Zarząd Portu Morskiego [Municipal Port Administration Office].
The stadium is a beautiful and functional building put into service in the middle of 2011 at the place of an old, uncared-for stadium which operated for forty years. The football teams that arrive there to play with Kotwica Kołobrzeg team – first in third, now in second league – are impressed by the modern features of the facility one can stumble upon on every step, starting from the architecture. The thing that is surely the most important for the players – a 114 x 68 m turf – is considered to be the best in the entire province. But it is no coincidence, as the construction was planned in such a way, as to enable the national teams that competed in the Euro 2012 Championship to use the facility. The Danish national team chose Kołobrzeg as their place of residence for the duration of the championship. The Danish players lived and trained in Kołobrzeg. They flew to Ukraine to play group matches from the airport in Goleniów. The Danish team played three demonstrational matches at the stadium with full spectator stands. Kołobrzeg has never seen such a high level of football skills. The Scandinavians were the ones who requested that the condition of the turf be improved before they arrive. The task was undertaken by an English company, one of the best specialists in this respect, at the cost of the championship organizers.
The first match on the new stadium was played on 26 May 2011. During qualifiers for U-19 Championship, Italy won 3-1 against Poland. The stadium offers over 3,000 seats. The stands are covered. There are toilets and food stands. The stadium is adjusted to hold TV transmissions, it is equipped with lighting, whose power is 1400 lx so that it illuminates half of the town. Access to the internet, journalists boxes, conference halls – it all makes the stadium capable of organizing any football match. There is some free space behind one of the goals – in the future the space can be used to build new stands.
The stadium is named after the citizen of Kołobrzeg who died in the Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash in the city of Smolensk on 10 April 2010. The Polish MP, Sebastian Karpiniuk, was buried in a cemetery in Kołobrzeg.