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…equently, the two Polish reserve cities – Chorzow and Krakow – are not appointed as official host cities nor retained as reserve cities. Host cities in Ukraine The comprehensive review showed important shortcomings regarding infrastructure in all Ukrainian cities in question. Significant work must be undertaken to meet the minimum requirements for an event the size of a final tournament of the UEFA European Championship. Taking into account the…

…– Chorzów and Kraków, many decisions are being made and their aim is an extension of hotel base with missing places. According to data published by Main Statistic Department (in Polish – Główny Urząd Statystyczny) the hotel infrastructure in Poland in last months of 2007 consisted of 1 370 objects. 108 of them were in categorization process. During 2007 75 new hotel objects have been built in Poland. Most of all new hotels have been built in…

…tinuation of difficult economic times preparations for Euro 2012 are progressing well, and the last year brought “visible acceleration and progress of preparations with particular regard to the progress of implementing infrastructure projects and consistent implementation of strategic organizational projects, with the issue of safety at the forefront”. The most advanced works are visible in the construction of stadiums in Gdansk,…

Oh dear! Poland could meet the requirements to host 2012 but Ukraine? even if the stadiums come up to scratch the infrastructure is archaic a left over from pre/post Soviet decay, with hundreds of thousands attending, it is not looking good for them, with sub standard transport systems infrastructure outside Kiev non existent by western standards, not enough decent hotels and a serious security risks of crowd control, I could go on. I live…

Stadiums in Poland Warsaw – National Stadium The National Stadium has a unique retractable PVC roof which unfolds from a nest on a needle suspended above the centre of the pitch. Read more… Wroclaw – Municipal Stadium The shape of the stadium is highlighted by the innovative design of its external walls. The building is covered by glass fibre mesh coated with teflon. The mesh is anchored by steel rings placed around the entire…

…hit from the global crisis, prompting the International Monetary Fund to step in with a loan now worth $17.4 billion. The value of the local hryvnia currency has halved since September. Polish transformation For Poland, the infrastructure work needed for Euro 2012 is viewed as a timely cushion for its economic slowdown. “The tournament is without doubt a catalyst for the infrastructure transformation Poland has to see,” said Herra….

…We cannot miss this opportunity.” The danger is in fact that Ukraine could indeed “miss this opportunity.” In May, UEFA took the unprecedented step of warning Ukraine that it risked losing the bulk of the matches because its infrastructure — hotels, airports, roads and, yes, stadiums — was not up to par, or construction was woefully behind schedule. “Important shortcomings regarding infrastructure” were found in Ukraine, UEFA’s leadership said…

…has hit Ukraine hard. The country’s banking system is under heavy strain, and even those lenders which are not on the brink of collapse are being very cautious with their funds. And then there are the roads. Crumbling infrastructure The 19th Century satirist, Nikolai Gogol, once said that Russia was a country of “fools and bad roads”. Gogol was a Ukrainian (though he wrote in Russian) and Ukraine was at that time part of the…

…. It’s the closest potential host to Poland and has good transport links. In 2008, 2.5m tourists visited Lviv: the estimated extra 300,000 or so for the Euros shouldn’t place too great an additional strain on the infrastructure (and, frankly, 300,000 sounds high). When Pope John Paul II visited Lviv, it is estimated there were over a million visitors, and the city coped then. Kmit is thinking only of expansion. “Our target is…

…he Czech Republic and Germany was certainly taken into account by UEFA. The city recently signed a contract for general contractor services for its stadium with a consortium headed by Mostostal Warszawa. Construction on most infrastructure investments is proceeding without major delays. Undoubtedly, the state of the cities’ hotel bases was a major point in UEFA’s decision making process, but according to Dorota Malinowska, head of the…