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The home of seven-time Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk, the stadium is one of the most modern areas in the world, having been completed in 2009 at a cost of €320 million. It will be a fitting place to start the action in Group D when France take on England on Monday.
Ukraine then face Les Bleus at the ground on June 15, before the Three Lions come up against the co-hosts on June 19 in what could be a crucial meeting for Roy Hodgson's side.
The stadium will then welcome 50,000 fans to the June 23 quarter-final between the Group C winner and the runner-up from Group D, and finally a semi-final clash four days later.
The city of Donetsk has a distinctly British feel to it, having been founded in 1869 by Welsh businessman John Hughes, and is also famous for its steel production.
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