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…the nicest stadiums in Europe. Read more… Stadiums in Ukraine Kiev – Olympic Stadium The Olimpiysky stadium, also known as the Olympic Stadium from Kiev, is one of the largest in the world and the largest in Euro 2012, its main purpose is to host the final. Read more… Kharkiv – Metalist Stadium Metalist Stadium is the home of FC Metalist Kharkiv. The stadium, which is a venue for Euro 2012, currently seats 38,633. Read…

UEFA approved the schedule of UEFA Euro 2012 in Minsk, Belarus on October 4, 2010. Below you can find information about all the Euro 2012 schedule, dates of matches, fixtures, results. All times are in BST. Local time in Poland is in UTC+1 so local kick-off times in Poland are 18:00 and 20:45. Local time in Ukraine is one hour ahead in UTC+2, so local kick-off in Ukraine are 19:00 and 21:45. In Poland, Wroclaw and Poznan will host three group…

…stadium construction, which raises obvious concerns, but as Kmit says, they have completed a number of complex engineering projects, particularly in metallurgy. And, of course, they are a Ukrainian company: the investment in 2012 is being returned to Ukrainians. Whatever else the European Championship in three years is, it is an opportunity for Ukraine – and to a lesser extent Poland – to haul themselves out of the economic crisis. And the…

Ukraine’s preparations to co-host the European Football Championship in 2012 have fallen badly behind schedule. Uefa, Europe’s football governing body, has given the country until 30 November to show significant improvement, or face losing most of the matches to the co-hosts, Poland. In the eastern city of Donetsk, people are riding high on a tide of football fever. In May their team, Shakhtar, won the Uefa cup. Thousands came out…

…rnment has spilled over to its sports fields. Two years ago, UEFA, Europe’s governing soccer body, awarded Ukraine and its Slavic neighbor Poland the prestigious designation as co-hosts of the European soccer championships in 2012. The European championship, held every four years, is the largest international soccer tournament after the World Cup and one of the world’s largest sporting events. Only UEFA didn’t reckon on Ukraine’s dysfunctional…