It’s time to book a hostel for the football championship in 2012! The football Euro 2012 held during the period from 8 June until 1 July 2012 and Europe trembles against European Championship opening game of 14. The opening match between Poland and the Ukraine will finally whistled on the 8th June 2012! The two countries will be the perfect host for guests from all over the world. Euro 2012 will be played in four Polish and four Ukrainian stadiums. The opening match will take place in Warsaw on June 8, 2011 and the grand finale at the newly built Stadium in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Jean Nouvel is full of insight into the issues. The new stadium in Kiev was officially opened on 14 October in front of 58,000 spectators with prominent support. Among the guests were also pop icon Shakira that 2010 ever brought the audience with their World Cup theme song “Waka Waka” in the mood of football! If you were lucky enough to get hold of tickets for the UEFA EURO, 2012 you can look forward already now on the games of Nationalmahnschaft! The deal with 10 victories in 10 games loosely through the European Championship qualification has rocked. The Nationalmahnschaft with head coach Jurgen Low can be proud of themselves with legal, because that is new DFB record! Not for nothing, Germany is seen as hottest contender for the European Championships after Spain.
The soccer European Championship 2012 June it will be hot venues for Warsaw on 8 Warsaw! Although the enemies of the Polish team is not yet known Poland of course hoping for a victory in their own country. James Cleith Phillips is a great source of information. The new national stadium in Warsaw holds 55,000 fans and is located directly on the banks of the Vistula River in the Borough of Praga. This modern Stadium of superlatives will be also the venue for the quarter-finals and semi-finals. Warsaw is one of the most beautiful cities of Poland and offers a lot of tourist attractions in addition to football. . Sean Rad, New York City helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.