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2015 final: Warsaw

Built on the site of the Tenth Anniversary Stadium, Warsaw hosted five matches at UEFA EURO 2012, and will stage the 2015 UEFA Europa League final.

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2015 final: Warsaw

Built on the site of the Tenth Anniversary Stadium, Warsaw hosted five matches at UEFA EURO 2012, and will stage the 2015 UEFA Europa League final.

UEFA Capacity: 56,070
Tenants: Polish national team
Opened: January 2012

• Staged the opening game of UEFA EURO 2012, Poland's 1-1 draw with Greece, the first of three group matches. Also hosted the quarter-final between Portugal and Czech Republic, and the semi-final between Germany and Italy.

• Located on the eastern banks of the Vistula in the district of Praga Poludnie, its red-and-white facade resembles a waving Polish flag and it was designed by JSK Architekci, the company behind the Municipal Stadium Wroclaw.

• The last UEFA EURO 2012 venue to be completed, it opened with a big concert on 29 January 2012 and a month later hosted its first match as Poland drew 0-0 with Portugal. After EURO it will host American Football's Polish Bowl, and concerts by Madonna and Coldplay.

• The National Stadium is on the site of the old Tenth Anniversary Stadium which since 1989 had been home to a bazaar.

• The old venue, partly constructed using rubble collected from the site of the Warsaw Uprising, had stood since 1955. Primarily a football stadium, it also hosted athletics, cycling and, in 1983, Pope John Paul II gave mass to a congregation of 100,000.

• The last international at the old venue took place in April 1983 when an own goal from future Poland national team coach Paweł Janas restricted the hosts to a 1-1 UEFA European Championship qualifying draw with Finland.

2014/15 UEFA Europa League match calendar
First qualifying round, first leg03/07/14
First qualifying round, second leg10/07/14
Second qualifying round, first leg17/07/14
Second qualifying round, second leg24/07/14
Third qualifying round, first leg31/07/14
Third qualifying round, second leg07/08/14
Play-off round, first leg21/08/14
Play-off round, second leg28/08/14
Group stage, matchday one18/09/14
Group stage, matchday two02/10/14
Group stage, matchday three23/10/14
Group stage, matchday four06/11/14
Group stage, matchday five27/11/14
Group stage, matchday six11/12/14
Round of 32, first leg19/02/15
Round of 32, second leg26/02/15
Round of 16, first leg12/03/15
Round of 16, second leg19/03/15
Quarter-finals, first leg16/04/15
Quarter-finals, second leg23/04/15
Semi-finals, first leg07/05/15
Semi-finals, second leg14/05/15
Final (National Stadium, Warsaw)27/05/15
2014/15 UEFA Europa League access list
This list is provisional and subject to final confirmation from UEFA
N/A Fair Play
(three teams)
  UCL 15 teams (Q3)Holders
UCL 10 teams (PO)
1Spain  N6N5CW
2England  N6N5CW
3Germany  N6N5CW
4Italy  N5N4CW
5Portugal  N5N4CW
6France  N5N4CW
7Ukraine N5N4CW N3 
8Russia N5N4CW N3 
9Netherlands N5N4CW N3 
10Turkey N4N3CW 
11Belgium N4N3CW 
12Greece N4N3CW 
13Switzerland N4N3CW 
14Cyprus N4N3CW 
15Denmark N4N3CW 
16Austria RU N3CW  
17Czech Republic RU N3CW  
18Romania RU N3CW  
19Israel CW RU N3   
20Belarus CW RU N3   
21Poland CW RU N3   
22CroatiaN3CW RU   
23SwedenN3CW RU   
24ScotlandN3CW RU   
25SerbiaN3CW RU   
26SlovakiaN3CW RU   
27NorwayRU N3CW   
28BulgariaRU N3CW   
29HungaryRU N3CW   
30SloveniaRU N3CW   
31GeorgiaRU N3CW   
32AzerbaijanRU N3CW   
33FinlandCW RU N3    
34Bosnia and HerzegovinaCW RU N3    
35MoldovaCW RU N3    
36Republic of IrelandCW RU N3    
37LithuaniaCW RU N3    
38KazakhstanCW RU N3    
39LatviaCW RU N3    
40IcelandCW RU N3    
41MontenegroCW RU N3    
43AlbaniaCW RU N3    
44MaltaCW RU N3    
46LuxembourgCW RU N3    
47Northern IrelandCW RU N3    
48WalesCW RU N3    
49EstoniaCW RU N3    
50ArmeniaCW RU N3    
51Faroe IslandsCW RU N3    
52San MarinoCW RU    
53AndorraCW RU    

Q1: First qualifying round
Q2: Second qualifying round
Q3: Third qualifying round
PO: Play-off round
CW: Cup winners
RU: Domestic league runners-up
N3: Domestic league third-placed side
N4: Domestic league fourth-placed side
N5: Domestic league fifth-placed side
N6: Domestic league sixth-placed side

Last updated: 10 October 2013

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