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Design works on the National Stadium to be commenced
http://www2.e2012.org/en/2_1275.html

On Thursday Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, the President of Warsaw, signed the decision specifying the spatial management conditions for the National Stadium in Warsaw. This means that design works for this facility may commence.

The investment will be deployed on the area of the former Stadion Dziesięciolecia, where „Jarmark Europa” („Europe Fair”) is currently in place.

- Decisions concerning the construction of the National Stadium have been already specified and currently the State Treasury may commence works connected with the construction of this stadium - Gronkiewicz-Waltz told the journalists.

The National Stadium, including the adjacent areas where a congress centre, Olympic swimming pool, Aquapark and other facilities will be constructed, shall comprise the National Sport Centre.

The new stadium, planned for 70 thousand spectators, will be constructed before 2012, so as to become the venue of the matches of EURO 2012 - the event to be hosted by Poland and Ukraine.
 

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I selected Poland-Ukraine because they won the Euro 2012 bid.
 

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Ok... if they want to see poland start building the stadiums, that is schedulled after euro 2008 (in 1 or 2 citys)

and i think gdansk and wroclaw will start building in spring or in summer.
 

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Is it really nescesary to open a thread for this, while you can also mention it perfectly in the allready existing topic about Euro 2012?
 

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This happens with every competition....... Do you remember how many times it was said that Euro 2004 was going to be moved to Spain?
 

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Nor was Euro 2000, 1996, 1992 or 1988. Seems only banana republics have problems which makes sense.
I would say that some countries have some weird views about other countries but they always end up eating their own words. Or were any of those competitions held in those Banana Republics a failure? Probably better than others, right?

So, I guess it all ends like this:
:banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::banana::banana:
 

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@ skaP187: are you fishing for posts?

if you're not interested in this thread or in the Olympic Logo thread, just shrug them off...
This is thread that´s wurth nothing and it makes the forum chaotic. This subject could easely be discussed in the main thread about the Euro 2012.
Do I really need to continue about the Olympic Logo thread?
Okay, it´s so easy. I don´t understand you don´t understand.

SkyscraperCity > World Forums > Skyscrapers, Structures and Architecture > Stadiums and Sport Arenas

Says enough or not. This forum is about construction, not about marketing.
There is also a ´bar´ on this forum where you can discuss anything else if you realy want to.
 

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Ok, it seems this was a false, alarm. I smell that is was caused by the Italians who are still moaning over the loss of the euro 2012 bid.

Platini skieruje list do premiera Tuska
PAP | 2008.01.31 16:10

Prezydent Europejskiej Unii Piłkarskiej (UEFA) Michel Platini ma skierować w najbliższych dniach list do premiera Donalda Tuska, w którym zapewni, iż nie istnieje zagrożenie odebrania Polsce i Ukrainie Euro 2012.

Platini poinformował o tym podczas spotkania z polską delegacją na odbywającym się w Zagrzebiu Kongresie UEFA. Aby usprawnić proces przygotowań specjaliści poszczególnych branż UEFA będą do dyspozycji polskiego sztabu organizacyjnego Euro 2012.

Prezes PZPN Michał Listkiewicz w swoim wystąpieniu na Kongresie UEFA potwierdził, że wszystkie gwarancje władz Polski, dotyczące inwestycji niezbędnych do organizacji ME 2012, są aktualne.

W środę podczas obrad Komitetu Wykonawczego UEFA Platini wyraził zaniepokojenie z powodu "poślizgów" Polski i Ukrainy w przygotowaniach do Euro 2012.
Shortly speaking, the president of Uefa, sent a letter to the president of poland, saying that, EURO 2012, WILL NOT BE TAKEN FROM POLAND AND UKRAINE.

And that some Uefa divisions will be used by the Polish Euro Staff, if the Euro staff wishes.
 

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UEFA EURO 2012
Poland & Ukraine

The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2012, will be the 14th European Championship for national football teams sanctioned by UEFA. Poland and Ukraine will be the host nations of the final tournament, scheduled for the summer of 2012, following the election of their joint-bid by UEFA's Executive Committee, on April 18, 2007, in Cardiff, Wales. This bid defeated the other shortlisted bids from Italy and Croatia/Hungary, becoming the third successful joint-bid for the European Championship, after those of Belgium/Netherlands, for Euro 2000, and Austria/Switzerland for Euro 2008.
(wikipedia.org)

Stadiums:

Baltic Arena (44,000)

Country: Poland
City: Gdansk
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches, Quarter-Final
Host Club: Lechia Gdańsk
Visualizations:




Dnipro Stadium (31,003)Done

Country: Ukraine
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches
Host Club: FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Visualizations:

Now:




FC Shakhtar Stadium (50,000)

Country: Ukraine
City: Donetsk
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches, Quarter-Final and Semi-Final
Host Club: FC Shakhtar Donetsk
Visualization:

Now:




Olympic Stadium (77,000)

Country: Ukraine
City: Kiev
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches, Quarter-Final and Final
Host Club: Ukraine, FC Arsenal Kyiv (FC Dynamo Kyiv only in European competitions)
Visualizations:

Now:




Stadion Miejski w Poznaniu (46,500)

Country: Poland
City: Poznan
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches
Host Club: Lech Poznań
Visualizations:

Now:




Stadion Miejski we Wrocławiu (44,000)

Country: Poland
City: Wroclaw
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches
Host Club: Śląsk Wrocław
Visualizations:




Stadion Narodowy (55,000)

Country: Poland
City: Warsaw
Host Matches: Opening Match, two other Group Matches, Quarter-Final and Semi-Final
Host Club: Poland (Legia Warszawa and Polonia Warszawa only in important matches)
Visualizations:




Stadion Ukrayina (33,500)

Country: Ukraine
City: Lviv
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches
Host Club: FC Karpaty Lviv
Architecture bureau: Alpine Bau GmbH, Austria
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Reserve Stadiums:

Metalist Stadium (41,411)

Country: Ukraine
City: Kharkiv
Host Matches: reserve stadium
Host Club: FC Metalist Kharkiv, FC Kharkiv
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Prokopenko Arena (41,386)

Country: Ukraine
City: ODESA
Host Matches: reserve stadium
Host Club: FC Chornomorets Odesa
Visualizations:




Stadion Miejski im. Henryka Reymana (33,680)

Country: Poland
City: Krakow
Host Matches: reserve stadium
Host Club: Wisła Kraków
Visualizations:

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Stadion Śląski (52,000)

Country: Poland
City: Chorzow
Host Matches: reserve stadium
Host Club: Poland (Górnik Zabrze, GKS Katowice, Ruch Chorzów, Polonia Bytom only in important matches)
Visualizations:

Now:



Presentations on YouTube

Stadion Narodowy (55,000)

Donbass Arena (50,000)

Baltic Arena (44,000)

Stadion Miejski we Wrocławiu (44,000)

Stadion Miejski w Poznaniu (44,000)

Stadion Miejski im. Henryka Reymana (33,680)



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ALL EURO 2012 STADIUMS

Poland, Warsaw (eng)(pl)
Poland, Gdansk (eng)(pl)
Poland, Poznan (eng)(pl)
Poland, Wroclaw (eng)(pl)
Poland, Chorzow (eng)(pl)
Poland, Krakow (eng)(pl)

Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk (eng)(ua)
Ukraine, Donetsk (eng)(ua)
Ukraine, Lviv (eng)(ua)
Ukraine, Kyiv (eng)(ua)
Ukraine, Odesa (eng)(ua)
Ukraine, Kharkiv (eng)(ua)
 

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Baltic Arena (44,000)

Country: Poland
City: Gdansk
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches, Quarter-Final and Semi-Final
Host Club: Lechia Gdańsk

Stadion Narodowy (55,000)

Country: Poland
City: Poznan
Host Matches: 3 Group Matches
What is it?! If you start new thread, make it correctly.
 
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