Ukraina Stadium - Lviv
The Ukraina Stadium is located in the Ukrainian City of Lviv, which is the western region of the country. In 2009 it was voted the best city to live in the Ukraine and has a population in the region of 800,000 people. Work originally began on the stadium back in 2007 and was completed in November 2011, with Ukraine beating Austria 2-1 in the stadium's first match. The project has cost approximately £72 million (€85 million).
The stadium capacity is 34,915 making it the smallest of the eight stadiums at Euro 2012.
Euro 2012 Matches
The stadium will be used for three Group B games during the 2012 European Championship Finals.
- Germany v Portugal - Saturday, 9th June (BBC 1, 19:45)
- Denmark v Portugal - Wednesday, 13th June (ITV 1, 17:00)
- Denmark v Germany - Sunday, 17th June (ITV 1, 19:45)
Distances to other Euro 2012 venues:
National Stadium, Warsaw – 236 miles (380km)
Olympic Stadium, Kyiv – 329 miles (530km)
Stadion Miejski, Poznan – 435 miles (700km)
PGE Arena, Gdansk – 454 miles (730km)
Municipal Stadium, Wroclaw – 454 miles (730km)
Metalist Stadium, Kharkiv – 615 miles (990km)
Donbass Arena, Donetsk – 833 miles (1,340km)
- Field Dimensions: 105m x 68m
- Capacity: 33,400
- Disabled Seating Spaces: 50
- Parking Spaces: 1593