8 Euro 2012 Stunning Stadiums

Stadium Euro 2012 Although Euro Cup 2012 has ended with Spain as the champion, the story about it will not last. The competition sprang many memorable features along the way, including the great works of architects in constructing and renovating the stadium for Euro 2012. The competitions hosted by Poland and Ukraine were held in eight stadiums, four in each host country, five of which were newly built for the tournament. Those stadiums are Warsaw National Stadium, Poznan Municipal Stadium, Wroclaw Municipal Stadium, and Gdansk Arena Stadium which are located Poland, while the rests are Kyiv Olympic Stadium, Kharkiv Metalist Stadium, Lviv Arena Stadium, and Donetsk Donbass Arena which are located in Ukraine. Some of them are newly built while the other are renovated. However, they are stunning for sure.

1. National Stadium Warsaw

National Stadium Warsaw

National Stadium Warsaw

National Stadium Warsaw Opening date – 14.08.2011
Capacity – 58000 seats
Construction cost – 1 915 million PLN

2. Municipal Stadium Wroclaw

Wroclaw StadiumCapacity – 44300 seats
Construction cost – 853 million PLN

3. Municipal Stadium PoznanMunicipal Stadium Poznan

Municipal Stadium Poznan Capacity – 43 000 seats (For Euro 2012 – over 41 thousand)
Modernization cost – 746 million PLN

4. PGE Arena Gdansk
PGE Arena Gdansk
PGE Arena Gdansk

Opening date – 14.08.2011
Capacity – 42000 seats
Construction cost – 775 million PLN

5. Olympic Stadium Kiev

Olympic Stadium Kiev
Olympic Stadium Kiev

Capacity – 69000 seats
Construction cost – 1 000 million PLN
6. Metalist Stadium Kharkiv
Metalist Stadium Kharkiv
Metalist Stadium Kharkiv

Capacity – 41111 seats
Construction cost – 365 million hryvnia
7. Donbass Arena Donetsk
Donbas Stadium
Donbas Arena

Capacity – 51504 seats
Construction cost – 400 million dollars
8. Arena Lviv
Arena Lviv
Arena LvivCapacity – 33000 seats
Construction cost – 287 million hryvnia
Images credit: EURO 2012

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