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Old 19-04-2007, 11:43   #16
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Congrats to all our Polish members, and Ukranians too, if there is any...
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Old 22-04-2007, 04:44   #17
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Congrats to our polish members
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Old 28-04-2007, 13:28   #18
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POLISH stadiums of EURO 2012:

City: Gdańsk
Name: Arena Bałtycka (Baltic Arena)
Capacity: 44 000
Matches: group stage and quarterfinal




- - - - -
City: Warszawa
Name: Stadion Narodowy (National Stadium)
Capacity: 70 000
Matches: group stage (including the opening game), quarterfinal, semi-final




- - - - -
City: Poznań
Name: Stadion Miejski
Capacity: 46 500
Matches: group stage




- - - - -
City: Wrocław
Name: Stadion Olimpijski (Olympic Stadium)
Capacity: 45 000
Matches: group stage





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UKRAINE stadiums of EURO 2012


City: Donieck
Name: Shakhtar Stadium
Capacity: 55 000
Matches: group stage, quarterfinal, semi-final




- - - - -
City: Kiev
Name: Olympic Stadium
Capacity: 83 000
Matches: group stage, quarterfinal, final




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City: Lwów (Lviv)
Name: Stadion Ukraina
Capacity: 40 000
Matches: group stage




- - - - -
City: Dniepropietrowsk
Name: National Stadium / FC Dnipro Stadium
Capacity: 34 000
Matches: group stage





Reserve cities: Chorzów, Kraków (PL), Donieck (2nd stadium), Odessa (UKR)
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Old 15-12-2009, 00:14   #19
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EURO 2012 official logo was presented today in Kiev:



What is more we already know all host cities: Warsaw, Poznań, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Kiev, Donetsk, Lviv, Kharkiv. The opening game will be played in Warsaw, final in Kiev.

The ceremony of qualifications group draw will be held on 7th February 2010 in Warsaw.
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The logo is a bit unusual but quite nice IMO.

A flower... Probably an attempt to promote football among girls?
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1. Bland.
2. The printed letters are sterile
3. I hate the way UEFA (represented by the football) is presented as being 'bigger than' the two host countries (represented by the flowers). I know UEFA is bigger, but it should be a celebration of the two hosts as much as UEFA, so their symbols should be of equal size.

Petty, I know, but I need to rant against authority right at this moment!
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Agree with Rack about his petty and very relevant points. Having said that, I absolutely love the logo, the flowers are a fresh new way of changing a stale model of sporting logos which have looked essentially the same for ages, and, even more importantly, it's a great way towards debutchification in football, something which get's more urgent by the day.
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The draw was just made for the qualifying groups and here they are:

Group A
Germany
Turkey
Austria
Belgium
Kazakhstan
Azerbaijan
Group B
Russia
Slovakia
Republic of Ireland
FYR Macedonia
Armenia
Andorra
Group C
Italy
Serbia
Northern Ireland
Slovenia
Estonia
Faroe Islands
Group D
France
Romania
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Belarus
Albania
Luxembourg
Group E
Netherlands
Sweden
Finland
Hungary
Moldova
San Marino
Group F
Croatia
Greece
Israel
Latvia
Georgia
Malta
Group G
England
Switzerland
Bulgaria
Wales
Montenegro
Group H
Portugal
Denmark
Norway
Cyprus
Iceland
Group I
Spain
Czech Republic
Scotland
Lithuania
Liechtenstein
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Turkey won't have any away game lol !
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I'm almost tempted to go and watch Spain v Scotland north of the border.
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I have already been to 3 Hun-SWE qualifier this century. We lost them all.
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Good draw for Rep of Ireland for a change. Weird that all the teams we play against end in the letter 'a'.
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Qualifications will start soon, so it's time to bring this thread back to life.

I just got the tickets for our last friendly before the start of the qualifications. We are hosting Qatar in the stadium of my local Blanquiazules, stadium Grbavica. We usually play in Zenica, but it seems like we will play in Sarajevo (Kosevo Stadium) this qualifications.
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Does it have political or securiy reasons, that the Bosnian (inter)national team plays home matches not in the capital?
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Quote:
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Does it have political or securiy reasons, that the Bosnian (inter)national team plays home matches not in the capital?
Nope, not at all. We played mostly in Zenica, but some matches were played in Sarajevo too. It is just about atmosphere. Bilino Polje (Zenica) has capacity around 20000 and it is only football stadium, with the crowd close to the pitch. Unlike Kosevo which is olympic stadium where you have athletic track. To be fair, Kosevo is crap stadium Not the best view from the stands and really softer atmosphere than in Zenica. We really played some crap matches there, like defeat against Moldova, then draw against Denmark when with the win we would've qualified for Euro 2004.
Another fact in favour of Bilino Polje was that we were undefeated in a period from 1995 to October 2006. Then Hungary destroyed us, together with the ref. Later Greece too. Most of the players and fans prefered Bilino Polje and that's why we played all WC qualifying matches there (only one loss - against Spain in the last match).
I just prefer Kosevo because it is 10 minutes from my home.

Anyway it seems we will alternate between stadiums for these qualifiers.

Btw, we drew against Qatar (1-1) and were outplayed Not the best introduction for the start of the qualifying matches.

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