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Dniepropietrowsk was given the first stadium into use. The stadium will host footballers and the Polish and Ukrainian fans during the Europe Championships in 2012. The district council in Dniepropietrowsk informed that a special state committee received the object. Igor Kołomojski, the Ukrainian oligarch, was the one who founded the stadium in Dniepropietrowsk. The value of the investment equals about 45 million euro. The object was planned to contain over 30 thousands of spectators and its building has lasted for three years.

The foundations for the stadium on which the matches of European Championships will take place in 2012 were laid on Tuesday in Lwow. This is the second stage of building the stadium. The first one, preparing the terrain for construction, lasted from the beginning of last December. – Laying the foundations should have taken place on 20th January and we succeeded. I would like to emphasize that the works are held nonstop – said the mayor of Lwow Andrij Sadowy, quoted by local web portals.

UEFA left us the right to organize Euro 2012 – emphasize the Saturday Ukrainian newspapers after the session of the Executive Committee of the European Football Association that took place in Bordeaux. They decided that Poland and Ukraine would host the event. “There really were reasons to worry about. Practically, during the whole past year the preparations for Euro 2012 have not gone ahead: great plans stopped on the paper only. The event did not sleep as well – Italy, Germany one after another declared that they are even now […]

The President of Ukrainian Federation Soccer admitted that it’s probable that the majority of Euro 2012 matches including finals, would be played in Poland. The Prime Minister of Ukraine is a bigger optimist. Ukrainians have the biggest problems with the infrastructure, especially with old airports. What’s more, there is also a problem with Olympic Stadium where finals are planned. An object that can accommodate 75.000 spectators is supposed to be entirely rebuilt and extend to about 85.000 seats. A Taiwanese company that won a bidding for the modernization of the […]