Now that the Municipal Stadium Wroclaw and the Arena Gdansk are fully operational, both have already hosted major sports and entertainment events.
Wroclaw will be further boosted by a new line connecting the stadium to the city center and fan zone, and work on the city's new airport terminal is also nearing completion. Around the stadium, a new 35 km motorway will ensure that traffic flows freely on match days.
Elsewhere, the new Municipal Stadium Poznan is proving a massive hit more than 800,000 people having visited the ground since its opening on 20 September 2010, while modernisation work has greatly enhanced the terminal building at the city's Poznan - Lawica airport. Similarly, the new terminal building at Gdansk's Lech Walesa airport is functioning well and its capacity will increase from 2.5 to 5 million passengers next year. For Poland's tourist board, UEFA EURO 2012 is an excellent opportunity to promote the country, something they can now do using the tournament logo thanks to an agreement stuck with European football's governing body.