Apart from Donetsk and Kharkiv, the host cities are all popular tourist destinations. The bid plans the expansion and modernization of roads and highways. The obligatory improvement of the football infrastructure includes the building of new stadiums: Six of the eight venues are brand new stadium currently being constructed ready to open in advance of the tournament; the remaining two (in Poznań and Kharkiv) have undergone major renovation work to improve them.] Three of the stadium will fulfill the criteria of UEFA's highest category stadiums. And these is the UEFA EURO 2012 Poland - Ukrane Stadium:

Warsaw Poznań Gdańsk Wrocław
National Stadium
Capacity: 58,145
Stadion Miejski
Capacity: 43,098
PGE Arena Gdansk
Capacity: 40,818
Municipal Stadium
Capacity: 42,771
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Kiev Donetsk Kharkiv Lviv
Olympic National Sports Complex
Capacity: 63,195
Donbass Arena
Capacity: 50,055
Metalist Stadium
Capacity: 38,633
Lviv New Stadium
Capacity: 33,500
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