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Well, if you happen to be one of the lucky 1.4 million applicants who were chosen out of more than 12 million to attend the 31 tournament matches you are likely already set with your hotel and [
Well, if you happen to be one of the lucky 1.4 million applicants who were chosen out of more than 12 million to attend the 31 tournament matches you are likely already set with your hotel and]1 or a car hire in Ukraine. A few hundred thousand more fans are planning to attend the earlier matches in either Poland or Ukraine of their favorite football association. For the rest of us, the millions more who didn't get a ticket, we look to the broadcast, and a mighty one it will be...
Watching the game from home, your hotel, or in a fun-filled pub might just be a more complete experience than a seat in the stadium. Telekomunikacja Polska and Orange plan to do telecasting up right with more than 31 cameras to catch all the action. Cameras will be up close and personal with the pitch at every match, and there will even be helicopter cameras to catch everything from team arrivals to the stadium to interviews and media coverage.
Not a second of Euro 2012 will go untelevized, broadcast at 2x70 Gbit/sec from the Polish stadiums, and an even more impressive 2x140 Gbit/sec betwen Poland and Ukraine. The matches will be supported in HD quality, all of which comes together to equal a multi-dimentional pair of super-powerful binoculars that I don't believe exist yet, just something to remember when you see the spectators in the stadium and feel a bit of envy.
During the month of May (as in right now) the UEFA website will reopen ticket sales for the tournament games. The time is RIGHT NOW to check for available game tickets and book your cheap car rentals in Poland and Ukraine.