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Be there to kick off the Euro 2012 games with a Be there to kick off the Euro 2012 games with a when Poland plays Greece in Match 1 at the Warsaw National Stadium. Poland's national stadium is very new and ultra modern, with a retractable roof, underground parking, a seating capacity of 58,500, and several state of the art amenities. In addition to the first match of Euro 2012, the Warsaw National Stadium will host the games between Poland and Russia as well as Greece and Russia, and both the quarter final and semi final.
Time flies when it comes to making the perfect plans for your trip to Euro 2012. If you were too late for reservations at the first games of the championship, perhaps you will have better luck with a car hire from Gdansk International Airport. A smaller city than Warsaw, Gdansk hotels and car rental reservations are still available for the June 10 match between Spain and Italy. Even if you weren't chosen for the ticket lottery, you can still life it up in a Gdansk pub and watch the game broadcast amongst the frenzy.
The Gdansk PGE Arena is quite the futuristic and awe-inspiring place to have a football match. Previously known as the Baltic Arena, the home stadium of Lechia Gdansk can hold 43,615 spectators and is the third largest arena in Poland. In addition to game 5 between Spain and Italy, Gdansk PGE Arena will host games between Spain and Ireland, Croatia and Spain, as well as a quarter finals.
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