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Old March 28th, 2009, 07:46 PM   #81
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I tried to find a thread for UEFA 2012 to ask this question, but I cannot find the thread, so I'll ask it here. What is the purpose of a reserve stadium in a soccer tournament?
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Old March 28th, 2009, 07:54 PM   #82
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Ok, first of all its FOOTBALL!!!! secondly, in may (i think) they will decide which stadiums will be the host for euro 2012, so there is still a chance for Kharkiv to host the euro (im not sure, this is just my opinion)
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I asked the question because I don't know if reserve stadiums do or do not host any regular football matches in the Euro tournament.
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I asked the question because I don't know if reserve stadiums do or do not host any regular football matches in the Euro tournament.
There are two functions for having 2 extra cities/stadiums prepare.
1. It allows more flexibility if one city is way behind, then it can be substituted for another.
2. If something unpredictable happens to another city/stadium, there's always a just as good substitute.

These are my guesses.

Both countries are preparing 2 extra cities / stadiums. I don't think they will be used in any way during the actual tournament. Although which cities will be selected will be declared only in may this year.
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the constructions around the stadium, looks interesting
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Old April 16th, 2009, 11:22 PM   #87
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Are there any new updates or photographs of the stadiums construction, cause no1 posted anything in the past 2 weeks
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and Metal site itself with more pix

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The stadium name looks a lot like Mentalist stadium
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Btw, it will have 4 displays!
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I hope this stadium will be one of the 4 chosen stadiums in Ukraine. These r the stadiums that i really want to host Euro: Kiev Olympic stadium (About 77k), Donbass-Arena (55k), Prokopenko Arena (41k) and also this stadium (41k). The reason why I don't want the Dnipro stadium and the Lviv stadium to qualify is because they r both small and they both have around 30k.
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There are two functions for having 2 extra cities/stadiums prepare.
1. It allows more flexibility if one city is way behind, then it can be substituted for another.
2. If something unpredictable happens to another city/stadium, there's always a just as good substitute.

These are my guesses.

Both countries are preparing 2 extra cities / stadiums. I don't think they will be used in any way during the actual tournament. Although which cities will be selected will be declared only in may this year.
makes sense iguess, but those some big costs to incur for "just in case" scenarios.
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That's not "just in case". That's also the next milestone on the way of Ukrainian soccer league progress, wich is firmly in European top 10.
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its football not soccer
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I hope this stadium will be one of the 4 chosen stadiums in Ukraine. These r the stadiums that i really want to host Euro: Kiev Olympic stadium (About 77k), Donbass-Arena (55k), Prokopenko Arena (41k) and also this stadium (41k). The reason why I don't want the Dnipro stadium and the Lviv stadium to qualify is because they r both small and they both have around 30k.
Its impossible for Kharkiv to be chosen because the stadium doesn't have any luxury boxes. I like the look of this stadium better than Dnipro's, only bad thing is that it has a track around it.

In a perfect world, Ukraine's 4 host cities would be Kyiv, Odessa, Lviv and Dnipropetrovsk. Its a shame Donetsk is an automatic choice, that city doesn't deserve it
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Its impossible for Kharkiv to be chosen because the stadium doesn't have any luxury boxes. I like the look of this stadium better than Dnipro's, only bad thing is that it has a track around it.

In a perfect world, Ukraine's 4 host cities would be Kyiv, Odessa, Lviv and Dnipropetrovsk. Its a shame Donetsk is an automatic choice, that city doesn't deserve it
That's interesting. Can you compare both cities considering - stadium, hotels, airport, roads, railroad

What conserns the other three cities I agree totally - it must be Kyiv, Odessa and Lviv
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That's interesting. Can you compare both cities considering - stadium, hotels, airport, roads, railroad

What conserns the other three cities I agree totally - it must be Kyiv, Odessa and Lviv
Dnipro city centre is very nice, compact, some beautiful streets and nice boulevards, etc. The new arena is located in the city close to everything. Its very nice in the summer time, small rolling hills, they will probably create a fan mile on the Dnepr River boardwalk, etc. Donetsk is just not an appealing city for Euro 2012, period. Its shocking that this city will host a Semifinal of Euro's and later possibly Europa League Final or even Champions League Final

The infrastructure of both needs work, but just looking at it from a fans perspective, I just don't see how being in Donetsk will be worthwhile other than to see your favorite team play in a beautiful stadium. Does no good for the promotion of tourism to Ukraine.
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That's true. Donetsk is one of the least desirable cities for tourists to see.
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Most people won't give a damn what city they're in as long as there are enough bars
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Most people won't give a damn what city they're in as long as there are enough bars
Well, for people wanting to make sure they get the most for their money, I feel sorry for them. For those stupid enough to pay all that money and not consider whether to see their team play in Donetsk or Lviv when choosing their trip, a)I hope their just straight footy junkies and don't care, or b) they looked at the costs and the former option was cheaper. Anything else and your just an idiot.
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