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National Stadium
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National Stadium in Warsaw, Poland

Jan 2012

The National Stadium in Warsaw is used mainly for football matches. It's one of the stadiums, which hosted the tournament of the UEFA EURO 2012. Stadium was completed in November 2011 and was built in the basin of the former Tenth Anniversary Stadium. It has a capacity of 58500 and is the largest football arena in Poland

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