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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "Susan Fernandez" by Susan Fernandez
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2012 15:20:32 GMT
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Euro Championship 2012

Euro Championship 2012, European Football Championship 2012 or Euro 2012 is going to be 14th
European Championship sanctioned by UEFA for national football teams. Ukraine and Poland are
co-hosts for the final tournament of this championship which will be played from June 8, 2012
to July 1, 2012. Both of these co-hosts are first time nations to host such a big tournament.
The Executive Committee of UEFA selected their joint bid in a meeting held in 2007, according
to [ Euro 2012]. This meeting was held in Cardiff which
approved the joint Ukraine-Poland bid through a voting process on 18 April 2007. The other
short-listed bids were from Croatia-Hungry (joint bid) and Italy.
There'll be sixteen nations in the final tournament, the last tournament in which 16 teams
have been selected as finalists because there'll be 24 teams in every final tournament from
Euro 2016 and onward. Overall 51 nations contested to qualify for the Euro Championship 2012
between August and November 2010. The draw of the qualifying competition for the UEFA Euro
2012 took place in February 2010 in Warsaw. Two out of sixteen nations were Ukraine and Poland,
and only 14 teams were to select from overall 51 teams as the finalists.
UEFA divided these 51 teams into 9 groups. The qualifying process of Euro Championship 2012
started in August 2010, continued around one and year two months, and concluded in November
2011. The winners of each group got confirmed place as finalist. The top-rank team in the
list of second placed teams also got an automatic entry into the list of finalist teams. The
winners of the rest eight second-placed teams are also included as finalists in the final
tournament of Euro 2012, [
Euro 2012 news] said.  Apart from the Kharkiv and Donetsk, all other venues of Euro Championship
2012 are popular tourist destinations. All times of the final games in Poland are UTC+2 (Central
European Summer Time) and in Ukraine are UTC+3 (Eastern European Summer Time). Twelve referees
have been named by UEFA for this championship.

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