Here Are The Stunning Stadiums That Poland And Ukraine Built For Euro 2012

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Poland and Ukraine are under intense pressure to stage Euro 2012 without a hitch.And over the past few years, they’ve pulled out the stops.

They’ve built some of the most state-of-the-art soccer arenas in the world from scratch just for the event.

Now that they’re all fully operation, it’s safe to say that the massive undertaking was a success.

Donbass Arena in Donetsk, Ukraine (seats 50,000, completed in 2009)

Donbass Arena in Donetsk, Ukraine (seats 50,000, completed in 2009)

Donbass Arena in Donetsk, Ukraine (seats 50,000, completed in 2009)

Donbass Arena in Donetsk, Ukraine (seats 50,000, completed in 2009)

PGE Arena Gdansk in Gdansk, Poland (seats 40,000, completed in 2011)

PGE Arena Gdansk in Gdansk, Poland (seats 40,000, completed in 2011)

PGE Arena Gdansk in Gdansk, Poland (seats 40,000, completed in 2011)

PGE Arena Gdansk in Gdansk, Poland (seats 40,000, completed in 2011)

National Stadium In Warsaw, Poland (seats 50,000, opened in 2012)

National Stadium In Warsaw, Poland (seats 50,000, opened in 2012)

National Stadium In Warsaw, Poland (seats 50,000, opened in 2012)

Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw, Poland (seats 40,000, opened in 2011)

Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw, Poland (seats 40,000, opened in 2011)

Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw, Poland (seats 40,000, opened in 2011)

Municipal Stadium in Poznan, Poland (seats 40,000, opened in 40,000)

Municipal Stadium in Poznan, Poland (seats 40,000, opened in 40,000)

Lemberg Stadium in Lviv, Ukraine (seats 30,000, completed in 2011)

Lemberg Stadium in Lviv, Ukraine (seats 30,000, completed in 2011)

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