Platini Backs Poland’s Euro 2012 Preparation

October 14, 2011

ed sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 24px;”>UEFA president Michel Platini completed his tour of Euro 2012 host cities this week and expressed his satisfaction with the venues.

doctor sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 24px;”>Platini visited Polish host cities Warsaw, case Wroclaw, Poznan, and Gdansk. Poland, unlike co-hosts Ukraine, has faced little criticism in its preparations for the tournament.

Platini said: “I am very happy because we have wonderful stadiums, and infrastructure which is ready pretty much everywhere. Having seen the four cities, the four stadiums, the four airports and all the roads, I can say that preparations for Euro 2012 are going very, very well.”

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk believes Warsaw’s National Stadium, which will host four games including a semi-final, is “one of the most beautiful football stadiums in the world”

Poland’s Minister for Sport and Tourism, Adam Giersz, said: “we all believe that it will be the best Euro finals ever.”