WARSAW - Poland's friendly against
Germany in September has been switched to Gdansk because
Warsaw's national stadium, due to host the opening game of Euro
2012, is still not ready, the Polish Football Association (PZPN)
said on Tuesday.
Construction delays to stadiums have been a major problem
for Poland, who will co-host the June 8-July 1 2012 tournament
The opening of the Warsaw's top stadium, which will also
stage a Euro 2012 semi-final, has been postponed from June to
Poland have already moved a June friendly with France
because of delays in works on the Gdansk stadium, which is due
to open in three weeks.
"Today we are confident that the September game with Germany
will take place in that beautiful stadium [in Gdansk]," deputy
head of PZPN Zdzislaw Krecina said in a statement.
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