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Majestätische Spanier nicht zu stoppen. Spanien eine Klasse für sich. With Poland automatically assigned in advance to A1, and Ukraine to D1, Pot 1 only had two teams as Spain and the Netherlands were to be drawn into position one in either group B or C.
Teams were drawn consecutively into Group A to D. First, the Pot 1 teams were assigned to the first positions of their groups, while next the positions of all other teams were drawn separately from Pot 4 to 2 for the purposes of determining the match schedules in each group.
Eight cities were selected by UEFA as host venues. In a return to the format used at Euro , Euro and Euro , each of the four groups' matches were played in two stadiums.
In order to meet UEFA's requirement for football infrastructure improvements, five new stadiums were built and opened in advance of the tournament.
The transport infrastructure in Poland and Ukraine was also extensively modified on the request of UEFA to cope with the large influx of football fans.
UEFA organised fan zones in the eight host cities. They were located in the centre of each city, with all 31 matches shown live on a total of 24 giant screens.
The zones enabled supporters to come together in a secure and controlled environment. The Warsaw Fan Zone occupied , square meters and accommodated , visitors.
A total of 31 matches were played during Euro , with Ukraine hosting 16 of them and Poland Tickets for the venues were sold directly by UEFA via its website, or distributed by the football associations of the 16 finalists.
Applications had to be made during March for the 1. In addition to individual match tickets, fans could buy packages to see either all matches played by one team, or all matches at one specific venue.
Each team had a "team base camp" for its stay between the matches. From an initial list of thirty-eight potential locations twenty-one in Poland, seventeen in Ukraine ,  the national associations chose their locations in The teams trained and resided in these locations throughout the tournament, travelling to games staged away from their bases.
Variations of the ball have been used in other contemporary competitions including the Africa Cup of Nations and the Summer Olympics. Each national team had to submit a squad of 23 players, three of whom must be goalkeepers, at least ten days before the opening match of the tournament.
If a player became injured or ill severely enough to prevent his participation in the tournament before his team's first match, he would be replaced by another player.
All of the main referees, additional assistant referees, and fourth officials were FIFA referees, and the assistant referees including the four reserve assistant referees were FIFA assistant referees.
Four match officials, who served only as fourth officials, and four reserve assistant referees were also named: UEFA announced the schedule for the 31 matches of the final tournament in October ,  with the final confirmation of kick-offs times being affirmed following the tournament draw in December The teams finishing in the top two positions in each of the four groups progressed to the quarter-finals, while the bottom two teams were eliminated from the tournament.
If two or more teams were equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following tie-breaking criteria were applied: In the knockout phase, extra time and a penalty shoot-out were used to decide the winner if necessary.
The UEFA Technical Team was charged with naming a squad composed of the 23 best players over the course of the tournament. Torres also became the first player to score in two finals.
Besides money, commemorative plaques were given to all participants together with special plaques for semi-final losers and finalists.
Gold and silver medals were awarded to the winners and runners-up, respectively, whereas both semi-final losers were awarded bronze medals.
The trophy given to the winners remains in the ownership of UEFA; however, the winning nation, Spain, received a full-size replica.
In the final tournament, a player was suspended for the subsequent match in the competition for either getting red card or accumulating two yellow cards in two different matches.
UEFA's Control and Disciplinary body has the ability to increase the automatic one match ban for a red card e. Single yellow card cautions were erased at the conclusion of the quarter-finals, and were not carried over to the semi-finals so that a player could only be suspended for the final by getting a red card in the semi-final.
Single yellow cards and suspensions for yellow card accumulations do not carry over to the FIFA World Cup qualification tournament matches.
The Henri Delaunay Trophy began a journey through the host cities seven weeks before the start of the tournament. A hundred days before the first match a After the Polish cities, the trophy visited seven Ukrainian cities: The competition slogan, Creating History Together Polish: The art form symbolises the nature of the rural areas of both countries.
The tournament was also associated with the song "Heart of Courage" by Two Steps From Hell , which was played in the stadiums during the entrance of the players before the national anthems ; [ citation needed ] and also " Seven Nation Army " by The White Stripes , in this case after every goal.
Also designed by Warner Bros. The mascots were unveiled in December ,  and named following an online poll. UEFA announced ten global sponsors and, for both Poland and Ukraine, three national sponsors as shown below.
This was required due to the fact that the matches were broadcast in HD quality. In Ukraine there were financial difficulties related to stadium and infrastructure renovation related to the economic crisis.
In the UK, there were allegations of racism in football in both host countries. Stadiums of Hate , which included recent footage of supporters chanting various antisemitic slogans and displays of white power symbols and banners in Poland, plus Nazi salutes and the beating of South Asians in Ukraine.
In response to Yulia Tymoshenko 's hunger strike and her mistreatment in a Ukrainian prison some European politicians and governments announced that they would boycott the matches in Ukraine.
Ukraine came under criticism from animal welfare organisations for killing stray cats and dogs in order to prepare for Euro Bomb explosions took place in Dnipropetrovsk , Ukraine, on 27 April and were described as a terrorist attack that may jeopardise the organisation of the tournament in Ukraine.
Other important issues were associated with FEMEN 's group protests against prostitution and sex tourism in Ukraine, and enormous increases in hotel prices by many hoteliers in the country.
In total, four nations were fined by UEFA for racist activities by their fans none of them were hosts: Germany, Spain, Croatia and Russia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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