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“Poland and Ukraine”. With these words said two years ago, Michel Platini, the head of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Executive Committee announced the host of football finals of European Championship in 2012. What is the state of stadiums’ preparation? You will find the answer in following report. With every month bringing us closer to the Euro 2012 Championships, which will take place on the Polish and…

A new report from a Warsaw based anti-racism group documents the number of racist and discriminatory incidents in the host countries for the 2012 European Championships. The report called ‘Hateful’ has been produced by the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association in cooperation with Football Against Prejudices (Ukraine), as part of the FARE network Eastern European Monitoring Centre. It covers an 18 month period from September 2009 to March 2011,…

In the group of the most important infrastructure projects 80% of key investments is implemented in accordance with the plan and at low level of risk, while in case of important investments the ratio is 65%. – according to the annual report of the Ministry of Sport and Tourism. A comprehensive report on the Ministry of Sport and Tourism from the implementation of the investments of Euro 2012 in the period from March 2010 to February 2011 was…

According to the majority of the Internet users who took part in an opinion poll found on the website of the partnership coordinating the preparations for Euro 2012 Championships the stadium in Gdańsk will be the best-looking among all the arenas prepared for Euro 2012 Championships. The ‘Baltic Arena’ (a draft name for the stadium in Gdańsk) will have an unique, amber-like elevation. The project of the stadium in Gdańsk from over 3000 thousand…

Last week UEFA, the governing soccer body in Europe, finally announced the four Polish cities that will host Euro 2012 championship games. Of the six candidate cities named two years ago, Warsaw, Poznań, Wrocław and Gdańsk were chosen. That left authorities and residents in Kraków and Chorzów, which were selected as alternate cities when Poland originally placed its bid for Euro 2012, extremely disappointed. The rebuilt of the Public Stadium…

The ground for construction of the Public stadium in Wrocław was the first one to be prepared among all of the stadium for Euro 2012. After seemingly difficult tasks which included removing several thousands of terraces , dehydration of the ground and replacement of the grounds, the authorities of Wrocław had to face much more harder task. The complexity of the bidding procedure and intrigues of the competing for this prestigious investment…

…jak zwykle kompromitacja Platini and Drzewiecki LOL:D…

It obeys agency of internal safety in published in internet before capability of terrorist take-over during soccer artistry of europe to 2012 in poland report and on ukraine. Can be tied about so wide international interest with boost of potential risk of terrorist take-over on territory of state of host – performance it write in placed on internet part from activity of agency for first half of the year 2007 – report ABW In…

Not Warsaw, Poznan, Gdansk, Chorzów or Wroclaw but Cracow has turned out the best in the newest report of UEFA committee that estimates the preparations of Poland for Euro 2012. Barbra Janik, the manager of Cracovian office of Euro matters assures that Cracow left behind the remaining five cities. However, the distance is increasing. The journal “Polska” got fragments from the newest report of UEFA. Cracow can be praised, because…

The ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association will this week host a conference to launch the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) programme to challenge extremism and racism at next year’s UEFA European Championships in Poland and Ukraine. An audience of Polish government ministers, European activists, former players and representatives of governing bodies of football will attend the Polish Parliament and the Polish Foreign Ministry…