The Ukrainians made recently huge progress in stadium preparations for coming Euro 2012 Championships. Below the most recent photo relation from building Odessa stadium.
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Last days were very workfull in Kiev. The national Ukraine stadium will change soon to one of the best stadiums in Europe. Old Kiev stadium: Old stadium demolishion:
Below funny photos form Poland area during EURO 2012 preparations.Unfortunately trully sad. I hope this will change soon! Three zone highway project on euro 2012. The biggest three tragdies in history Polish railway station. Polish railway station. Stadium area in Gdansk in april 2008. Training stadium in Poznan.
вик услугиSource: UEFA Euro 2020 via Facebook Last summer, Portugal shocked the world in the European Championship final as Eder, a relatively unknown quantity on the international stage, scored an injury-time winner to shock host nation France. If truth be told, it wasn’t a memorable tournament – it certainly wasn’t as exciting or entertaining as Euro 2012, held across both Ukraine and Poland. Spain were the dominant force in international football back then, having won both Euro 2008 and a first World Cup crown in 2010. Therefore, it wasn’t exactly […]
The management of the national team of Sweden began on Friday a scrutinized planning of every day of the coming championships. Preparations include even participations in the finals, which will take pales on July 1 in Kiev. “We will plan in smallest details each of our 38 days of the championships, starting from 24 May, when the team will start grouping until the finals. The fact is that we play in group matches in Kiev and there will also be a decisive match of the tournament. This is very important […]
All other stadiums for the Euro 2012 were constructed under pressure, apart from the stadium in Donetsk, whose construction was financed by the Ukrainian oligarch – Rinat Akhmetov. “Donbass Arena” is certainly the most modern sports facility in Eastern Europe, on which the Akhmetov – Shakhtar club plays its matches. Donbas-Arena was designed by ArupSport company, which had accomplished such prestigious projects as the City of Manchester Stadium, the Allianz Arena in Munich and the National Stadium in Beijing. Construction began on 27 March 2006 as it had not been […]
Nearly 900 million PLN was spent on the stadium in Lviv, one of the four Ukrainian stadiums for Euro 2012. The stadium in Lviv will be the stadium at which three matches in group B (9, 13 and 17 June) will be played. It makes space for about 33 thousand fans. It is located on the southern exit from Lviv, just 12 km from the city center and about 8 km from the airport, at the end of the Stryjska street. There is 4500 parking places available, with 100 designed […]
The stadium in Kharkiv is another multi-use stadium in Ukraine. Three matches of the group stage for Euro 2012 is planned. Metalist Kharkiv will play its matches at the stadium. The construction of this stadium started in 1925, but since that time the stadium has been renovated several times. In 2007 renovations began, which were necessary for the organization of Euro 2012. In connection with the modernization, the southern part of the stadium was rebuilt and an entirely new eastern grandstand was constructed. In addition, the roof was replaced and […]
Repeatedly modernized facility, on which there be played a final match of the EURO 2012 organized jointly by Poland and Ukraine already raises great respect. Right now this is one of the most modern facilities in the Old Continent, which was constructed based on a completely modernized stadium. The pompous opening of the Olympic Stadium in Kiev was a great success. The ceremony of the rebuilt stadium in Kiev was to be held in August, however, due to delays in the delivery of an important element of the roof structure […]
Municipal Stadium in Poznan at Bułgarska street was the first Polish facility ready for the Euro 2012. Each of the three group matches of the finals of the Europe championships will be watched by 41 000 spectators. The construction of the stadium in Poznan started in the ’60s, and the opening ceremony was held in August 1980. Since that time the facility has been modernized. The beginning of last reconstruction was in 2002. When Poland received the right to organize Euro 2012, it was decided to introduce changes. Plans of […]