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Euro 2012: Goal.com looks at the cities and stadiums that will host the finals in Poland and Ukraine


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HOST CITIES



POLAND

Gdansk


Population: 455,830
Stadium: PGE Arena Gdansk
Stadium Capacity: 40,000
Major Clubs: Lechia Gdansk

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Poznan


Population: 556,022
Stadium: Municipal Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 45,000
Major Clubs: Lech Poznan

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Warsaw


Population: 1,716,855
Stadium: National Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 58,145
Major Clubs: Legia Warsaw, Polonia Warsaw

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Wroclaw


Population: 632,996
Stadium: Municipal Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 42,771
Major Clubs: Slask Wroclaw

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UKRAINE



Donetsk


Population: 975,959
Stadium: Donbass Arena
Stadium Capacity: 51,504
Major Clubs: Shakhtar Donetsk, Metalurg Donetsk

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Kharkiv


Population: 1,449,000
Stadium: Metalist Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 41,000
Major Clubs: Metalist Kharkiv, FC Kharkiv

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Kiev


Population: 2,797,553
Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 69,004
Major Clubs: Dynamo Kiev, Arsenal Kiev

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Lviv


Population: 760,000
Stadium: Arena Lviv
Stadium Capacity: 34,000
Major Clubs: Kaparty Lviv

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