Municipal Poznan Stadium in Poland (Euro 2012)

Euro Cup Municipal Poznan Stadium
Municipal Poznan Stadium in Poland (Euro 2012) – The stadium which is home to two clubs in Poland, Warta Poznan and Lech Poznan, has capacity of 40,000 seats. Poznan stadium was built in 1968, renovated in 2003 and inaugurated in 2010. British rock star, Sting, along with the Royal Philharmonic held a concert to inaugurate the opening of the Poznan stadium on 20 September 2010. Polish artist, band Indios Bravos and singer Anna Maria Jopek enliven it.

Poznan stadium-shaped letter ‘U’ with one side of the stadium was not created as a stands. Poznan will hold a three-game preliminary round Group C on Euro 2012.

On 17 November 2010, the Poznan stadium is the pride of the citizens held its first international match in which Robert Lewandowski scored two goals to bring Poland to beat Ivory Coast 3-1. Meanwhile, Manuel Arboleda scored the first goal at the Stadium when Lech Poznan Poznan 2-0 win from FC Salzburg in the Europa League on 30 September 2010.

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