Having staged three group games at UEFA EURO 2012 as well as a quarter-final and a semi-final, the National Stadium in Warsaw will host another major event on Wednesday, May 27, the 2015 UEFA Europa League Final. As some changes to the urban transport timetable have been already introduced on Tuesday, traffic difficulties are unavoidable.
“At first, no one could believe we were hosting it, but the anticipation is rising every day – all the way to the final. There will be a great atmosphere in the city, in the fan zones and at the stadium. You can feel that something great is around the corner,” said ex-Poland keeper Jerzy Dudek in an interview for UEFA.com.
FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk will take on Spanish side Sevilla, which has a Pole in its lineup, Grzegorz Krychowiak.
The National Stadium has a capacity of 58,000.