|Euro 2012 Venue|
|Gdansk, Poland - Arena Gdansk|
| Host City: Gdansk, Poland.|
Stadium Capacity: 40,000.
|Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Opened in July 2011, the Arena Gdansk was built for Euro 2012. The stadium is located just off the Baltic Sea in north Poland, and is constructed of 18,000 plates designed to resemble amber, a gem extracted along the Baltic coast.|
Officially named PGE Arena Gdansk under a sponsorship agreement with Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE Group), the stadium cost nearly $245 million to build. The stadium holds approximately 44,000 fans for non-UEFA events.
The Arena Gdansk, a football-specific stadium, hosted its first international match Sept. 6, 2011, a friendly between Poland and Germany. Germany scored in stoppage time to earn a 2-2 draw. The stadium is the home of Polish top-flight side Lechia Gdansk, which previously played in a 12,000-seat venue.
The stadium will host four Euro 2012 matches, including three from Group C which feature 2008 Euro champion and 2010 World Cup champion Spain, and one quarterfinal match.
| June 10 - Spain vs. Italy|
| June 14 - Spain vs. Ireland|
| June 18 - Croatia vs. Spain|
| June 22 - Quarterfinal match|