Poland and Ukraine

Teams
Playing venues
Matches
16
8
31
Opening match
Final
Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie
National Sports Complex Olimpiyskiy
Average venue capacity
Largest venue
Smallest venue
No. of matches per venue (avg)
43,125 seats
NSC Olimpiyskiy (60,000 seats)
Arena Lviv (30,000 seats)
3.875

 

Kiev

National Sports Complex Olimpiyskiy (60,000 seats)

Matches:
Group D – Ukraine v Sweden
Group D – Sweden v England
Group D – Sweden v France
Quarter-final – 1D v 2C
Final – #29 v #30

Warsaw

Stadion Narodowy w Warszawie (50,000 seats)

Matches:
Group A – Poland v Greece
Group A – Poland v Russia
Group A – Greece v Russia
Quarter-final – 1A v 2B
Semi-final – #26 v #28

Donetsk

Donbass Arena (50,000 seats)

Matches:
Group D – France v England
Group D – Ukraine v France
Group D – England v Ukraine
Quarter-final – 1C v 2D
Semi-final – #25 v #27

Gdańsk

Arena Gdańsk (40,000 seats)

Matches:
Group C – Spain v Italy
Group C – Spain v Republic of Ireland
Group C – Croatia v Spain
Quarter-final – 1B v 2A

Wrocław

Stadion Miejski w Wrocławie (40,000 seats)

Matches:
Group A – Russia v Czech Republic
Group A – Greece v Czech Republic
Group A – Czech Republic v Poland

Poznań

Stadion Miejski (40,000 seats)

Matches:
Group C – Republic of Ireland vs Croatia
Group C – Italy v Croatia
Group C – Republic of Ireland v Italy

Kharkiv

Metalist Stadium (35,000 seats)

Matches:
Group B – Netherlands v Denmark
Group B – Netherlands v Germany
Group B – Portugal v Netherlands

Lviv

Arena Lviv (30,000 seats)

Matches:
Group B – Germany v Portugal
Group B – Denmark v Portugal
Group B – Denmark v Germany


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