Central Institute of Physical Education, designed by Edgar Norwerth, was completed in 1929. From the very beginning, it become one of the most recognizable investments of the interwar Warsaw. Its history is relatively well – known. However, researchers paid less attention to the unrealised elements of the project. The aim of this article is to reconstruct unaccomplished and therefore almost completely forgotten facilities – central stadium, rowing course, outdoor swimming pool, fountain, coloured elevations, according to the interwar documents and press. The reconstruction would be followed in compare to other representational sporting investments of interwar Warsaw – the Polish Army stadium and the Służewiec horse-racing track.