The National Stadium in Warsaw gets the action at Euro 2012 underway as it hosts the opening match of the tournament on June 8th. It is one of the main stadiums at the tournament as it also hosts one of the semi-finals, a quarter-final and two other group matches.
It has been especially built for the European Championships as it replaced the old Stadion Dziesiêciolecia and the new stadium will boast a capacity of 58,145. After the tournament, the stadium won't host club football, although Legia Warsaw and Polonia Warsaw are expected to play some of their big European matches there, while the Poland national team will play their international fixtures there as well.
The stadium is part of a major redevelopment around Warsaw in Poland as the train station, subway station and transport links have been refurbished for Euro 2012. Warsaw itself is the capital city of Poland and the largest city in the country, with plenty of fans likely to flock to the newly developed stadium as it plays host to come of the biggest and most exciting fixtures of Euro 2012.
National Stadium - Euro 2012 Fixtures
The following 2012 European Championship fixtures will be played at the National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland. The stadium hosts three group matches, a quarter-final and a semi-final during the tournament.....
|Date||Time||Match Preview & Odds||Stage|
|8th June||17:00||Poland 1 - 1 Greece||Group A|
|12th June||19:45||Poland 1 - 1 Russia||Group A|
|16th June||19:45||Greece 1 - 0 Russia||Group A|
|21st June||19:45||Czech Republic 0 - 1 Portugal||Quarter Final|
|28th June||19:45||Germany v Italy||Semi-Final|
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