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Euro 2012 Stadium Guides

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

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Opened: 1980
Official capacity: 41,609
Highest attendance: 45,000
Lech Poznan v Widzew Lodz,
Apr '84

Opened: 2011
Official capacity: 40,000
Highest attendance: 38,000
Poland v Germany, Sep '11

Opened: 2011
Official capacity: 58,145
Highest attendance: Yet to stage a match

Opened: 2011
Official capacity: 42,771
Highest attendance: 42,771
Slask Wroclaw v Lechia Gdansk, Oct '11


Opened: 1923 (renovated 2011)
Euro 2012 capacity: 68,000
Highest attendance: 69,720
Ukraine v Germany, Nov '11

Opened: 1926 (renovated 2009)
Official capacity: 38,633
Highest attendance: 42,000
Metalist v Tavria, Sep 1980

Opened: 2009
Official capacity: 51,504
Highest attendance: 52,518
Shakhtar v Dynamo Kiev, May '10

Opened: 2011
Official capacity: 34,915
Highest attendance: 34,000
Ukraine v Austria, Nov '11

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