Against the backdrop of the National Stadium in Warsaw the Euro2012 ticket design was officially unveiled on Monday.
Most of the tickets for the tournament have now sold out according to Pedro Correia – head of ticketing and planning at European football’s governing body UEFA.
Correia said: “UEFA has put around 500,000 tickets on sale and we had requests for over 12 million. At this moment we are in a situation that over 95 percent of the tickets were sold. In Poland we are basically sold out, in Ukraine we still have around 50,000 tickets,”
Poland will host UEFA’s flagship European football championships along with Ukraine this summer, with the opening match in Warsaw between Poland and Greece taking place on 8 June.
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