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17/03/2012 261 Comments

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 body of the stadium. The covering lends lightness and transparency to the massive structure. The colors of the external walls of the stadium can be changed using a sophisticated lighting system. Read more…

Poznan – Municipal Stadium

The stadium was originally built in 1980. In the years 2003–2010 the stadium underwent a complete reconstruction, including the building of four new fullly covered stands. Read more…

Gdansk – PGE Arena Gdansk

PGE Arena in Gdansk is considered one of 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 more…

Lviv – Arena Lviv

The stadium’s capacity is anticipated to be 34,915 spectators including 450 VIP sittings as well. All seats will be covered, while part of the roof assembly will be transparent to provide sufficient sunlight for the turf. Read more…

Donetsk – Donbass Arena

Donbass Arena is stadium with a natural grass pitch in Donetsk, that opened on 29 August 2009. The facility is located in the center of the city, in the Lenin Comsomol park. With a capacity of 52,518 spectators, the Stadium hosts FC Shakhtar Donetsk matches. Read more…

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  4. 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.

  5. woow that’s gud stadiums

  6. viva ENGLAND, we gona win the EURO cup 2012

  7. heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  8. bakod tani kadto da galing layo. it means how i wish i could be there to witness the final but distance is the problem.

  9. Baltic Arena Stadium is the most attractive project of the stadium among all objects on which the matches were played in Poland and Ukraine at Euro 2012.

  10. I loved Poland stadium, is more moderns.

  11. best design – PGE Arena :)

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