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With a capacity of just 30,000, Arena Lviv is the smallest venue at Euro 2012. But it has been purpose-built for the finals and designed to ensure an excellent atmosphere. It has the appearance of old-fashioned, traditional stadiums and is full of character. That is a good job, as it will host some of the finals' most appetising fixtures. Lviv will host three games in Group B, the 'Group of Death'. The stadium was opened in October 2011 and has a transparent roof to protect fans. It is to be confirmed whether Karpaty Lviv will use the stadium as their home at club level.
Freedom Avenue is positioned on an atmospheric spot in the busy city centre and can hold a capacity of 25,000 fans. It will be open from midday to midnight on matchdays and 2pm until 10pm on other days during the tournament.
Lviv's international airport is not the most modern in the world and it is arguably easier to reach the city by traveling on land from Krakow, which is just across the Polish border. The city, though, is full of charm as an old-fashioned flavour of Ukraine. Castle Hill is an ideal spot to visit in order to soak up views of Lviv. The Market Square also offers a picturesque feel for Ukraine at its most unique. There are more than 80 churches in the city as a whole and the main one is the catholic cathedral.
Spain will play all of their group games in the city of Gdansk on Poland's north coast, while it will also host one of the quarter-finals.
Sitting on the banks of Warsaw's Vistula River, this newly-built stadium will provide the venue for the opening match of Euro 2012.
Mario Balotelli scored the first international goal at this venue in Wroclaw, which will host all of the Czech Republic's group games.
The home of the famous 'Poznan' celebration, the Republic of Ireland will play two group games at the ground which reopened in September 2010.
England will play two of their group games in Donetsk and the city's stadium will also host one of the semi-finals.
England and Sweden will meet in Kiev for their second game in Group D and it is also the venue for the Euro 2012 final on 1st July.
Euro 2012's smallest venue has been purposely built for the finals and will provide a unique atmosphere in the 'Group of Death'.
Holland will play all of their group games in Kharkiv's local stadium, which is nicknamed the 'Spider Arena' and has undergone a £48m facelift.