Donetsk, one of the host cities of Euro 2012. An industrial city with a strong footballing heritage, which to this day remains at the cutting edge of
Euro 2012 Football fans will get the chance to sample live Ukrainian and international music in Kiev’s fan-zone site, in the heart of the city
The aftermath of the so-called ‘death match’ between the Kiev football team ‘Start’ and a team of Nazi soldiers during World War Two has been hotly
Up to 800,000 football fans are expected in Ukraine for the Euro 2012 Championships this summer.
However, not all of them will be lucky owners of
Football was the most popular sport in Ukraine during the Soviet era. After the revolution and the civil war in the 1920s, the Bolsheviks encouraged
A gold coin, has been issued by the National Bank of Ukraine to mark Euro 2012. Weighing in at half a kilo and worth almost 35 thousand euros, the
The male monopoly of the beautiful game is almost history. Last year’s Women’s World Cup, held in Germany, was a resounding success both in terms of
Warsaw’s national stadium is on the brink of completion after an eye watering investment of half of billion euros.
In just six months time, the
“There may very well be a Ukraine Vs Poland final. We can dream, can’t we?”
Siemienski Thomas – Head of the Polish team, euronews.
“Euro 2012 is