As Euro 2012 creeps ever closer, co-hosts Poland and Ukraine continue their race against the clock to be ready in time for UEFA’s flagship event.
On Saturday, thousands of fans gathered in Kiev as Ukraine unveiled their new Olympic stadium, which will host the final of the tournament on the 1rst of July.
Euro 2012 matches will be played in eight cities and the Olympic stadium’s first official match is due to be a friendly game against Germany on the 11th of November.
The tournament kicks off on the 8th of June next year.
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