Euro 2012 Match Locations
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- Gdansk, Poland
- 10th June: Spain v Italy
- 14th June: Spain v Ireland
- 18th June: Croatia v Spain
- 22nd June: Quarter Finals
- Warsaw, Poland
- 8th June: Poland v Greece
- 12th June: Poland v Russia
- 16th June: Greece v Russia
- 21st June: Quarter Finals
- 28th June: Semi Finals
- Poznan, Poland
- 10th June: Ireland v Croatia
- 14th June: Italy v Croatia
- 18th June: Italy v Ireland
- Wroclaw, Poland
- 8th June: Russia v Czech Rep
- 12th June: Greece v Czech Rep
- 16th June: Czech Rep v Poland
- Lviv, Ukraine
- 9th June: Germany v Portugal
- 13th June: Denmark v Portugal
- 17th June: Denmark v Germany
- Kyiv, Ukraine
- 11th June: Ukraine v Sweden
- 15th June: Sweden v England
- 19th June: Sweden v France
- 24th June: Quarter Finals
- 1st July: Final
- Kharkiv, Ukraine
- 9th June: Netherlands v Denmark
- 13th June: Netherlands v Germany
- 17th June: Portugal v Netherlands
- Donetsk, Ukraine
- 11th June: France v England
- 15th June: Ukraine v France
- 19th June: England v Ukraine
- 23rd June: Quarter Finals
- 27th June: Semi Finals
Euro 2012 Poland Locations
Gdansk is on the Baltic coast in the country’s fourth largest metropolitan area, with a population of 455,380 it is the largest city in the Pomerania region in North Poland, an important seaport and shipbuilding area.
The stadium in Gdansk was given the green light after its completion on the deadline of July 1. The grand opening was on the 6th of August, however delays in the building of the stadium forced officials to move the June 9th friendly between Poland and France to Warsaw. This stadium is one of the four Polish venues that will host matches during the Euro 2012.
Poznan is the capital of the Wielkopolska region in Poland and easily accessible from most major European cities. Although mostly an industrial city it has a large student population and a rich history which makes for an interesting and fun trip for people from all walks of life. The main attractions of the city are centred around Stary Rynek the old square.
City Stadium is an association football stadium in Poznan, Poland and is the home ground of Lech Poznan and Wart with a capacity of 43,269 seated. The stadium was originally built between 1968 and 1980. In the years of 2003-2010 the stadium underwent a complete reconstruction, including building four new fully covered stands and is now the fifth largest stadium in Poland.
Warsaw is the capital and the largest city in Poland located on the Vistula River, roughly 260 kilometres from the Baltic Sea and 300 kilometres from the Carpathian Mountains. Warsaw is a major international tourist destination and an important economic hub in central and Eastern Europe and is known as the Phoenix city because it has survived many wars. The city suffered great damage during World War 2 during which 80% of their buildings were destroyed.
The National Stadium will be the biggest Polish sports facility, accommodating a maximum of around 58,000 spectators. The National Stadium will host the opening ceremony of EURO 2012, the first match, quarter-finals and semifinals.
Wroclaw is the main city in South Western Poland. Wroclaw is historically the capital of Silesia and today is the capital of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. Since 1945 it has become part of Poland again as a result of post World War II border changes. It is recorded as the fourth largest city in Poland.
The stadium seats 42,771 spectators. All places on the stadium are seated and roofed. The Municipal stadium in Wroclaw is the second largest arena in Eksraklasa and the fourth one in the country, after National Stadium, Silesia Stadium and PGE Arena Gdansk.
Euro 2012 Ukraine Locations
Lviv is a city based on the western side of the country and is considered one of the main cultural centre’s of today's Ukraine. Lviv is well known for its historical background, with its old buildings and cobblestone roads which survived World War II. The city contains a variety of different industries and institutions of higher education, which is recognized around the world, such as Lviv University and the Lviv Polytechnic.
Arena Lviv is a football only stadium based in Lviv, it will host three of the group-stage games from group B, Germany vs Portugal, Denmark vs Portugal and Denmark vs Germany. The Arena has a capacity of 34,915 and is also the new home ground of Ukraine’s FC Karpaty Lviv. Work to begin building the stadium began on November 20th 2008 and was completed in October 2011. The first football match at the stadium was held on the 15th of November 2011 and was played between Ukraine and Austria, the match ended 2–1 in Ukraine’s favour, the first player to score at the stadium was Artem Milevskiy.
Kyiv is the largest of all the cities in the Ukraine and is also the capital of the Nation. Located in the north central part of the country it has a population of approximately 2,611,300. The city has an extensive infrastructure and highly developed system of public transport, including the Kiev Metro.
The Olympic National Sports Complex is a stadium used for a variety of different sports in Kiev being the premier sports venue of the Ukraine. The complex also features facilities for other sports as it was designed to host the Olympic Games. The first match in the stadium was a 3-3 friendly draw by Ukraine against Germany on the11th November 2011. The stadium will host the final of Euro 2012.
Kharkiv was founded in 1654 and was a major part of the Ukrainian culture in the Russian Empire. Kharkiv was the capital of the Ukraine for a long period of time until the government decided to change destinations and moved to Kiev in 1934. Kharkiv is located in the north east of Ukraine and has a population of 1,461,300.
As Metalist Stadium is scheduled for Euro 2012, the management decided to reconstruct and expand the stadium to fill the needs for more tourists and is now not just a stadium but also a facility for a variety of other activities. Capacity has increased by 13,000, which lead to the final total of seats in the stadium as 41,411. Restoration work started in the fall of 2006 and was finished by December 2009.
Donetsk is a large city in eastern Ukraine the unofficial capital and largest city of the economic and cultural Donetsk Basin region. The city was founded in 1869 by Welsh businessman, John Hughes, who constructed a steel plant and several coal mines in the region. The cities steel industry expanded during the time it was under soviet rule.
Donbass Arena is a stadium with a natural grass pitch in Donetsk, it was opened on the 29 August 2009 and the facility is based in the middle of the city itself, in Lenin Comsomol Park. The capacity of the stadium is 52,518 spectators and is home to local team FC Shakhtar Donetsk. It is due to host several matches in Euro 2012 such as France vs England, England vs Ukraine and some quarter and semi final matches. The stadium is also a popular night life spot in Donetsk.