Five and Five?

The announcement is not set to be made until the 13th of May, but according to Gazeta Wyborcza, five Polish and five Ukrainian cities will host Euro 2012 matches. The biggest surprises? Chorzów – originally picked as a host city – is not on the list, while Krakow – originally a reserve city – is. Also in are both Gdańsk and Poznań, despite earlier speculation that only one or the other would be chosen. Another big surprise is the possibility of 10 host cities, when originally UEFA had chosen eight.

However, none of this information has yet to be confirmed by the Polish Football Federation (PZPN). An official announcement will be made on May 13th.

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