BERLIN - Germany will be based in
the northern Polish city of Gdansk on the Baltic sea if
they qualify for the Euro 2012 finals, coach Joachim Low said
Finalists at Euro 2008, Germany are top of qualifying Group
A with a maximum 15 points from five games and look certain to
make it to the finals to be co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine.
"Gdansk is right on the Baltic sea and the climate there is
outstanding," Low told Bild newspaper. "This (sea) is important
because it keeps your head clear when you are together for so
The Polish city is also far nearer to Germany - a four-hour
drive from Berlin - than any in Ukraine.
Germany's next qualifier is in Austria on June 3. Belgium
are second in the group with 10 points from six games with
Turkey third on nine with five games played.
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