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|The 8 Stadiums of the 2008 European Football Championship in Switzerland and Austria.||03/07/2007||6,799|
|Remains of a corn maze at Oderding dedicated to the European Championships in football/soccer in 2008 in Austria/Switzerland.|
Spain became champions with a 1:0 victory over Germany.
|The Football Association Challenge Cup, commonly known as the FA Cup, is a knockout cup competition in English football, run by and named after The Football Association. The name "FA Cup" refers to the English men's tournament.|
The FA Cup is the oldest football competition in the world, commencing in 1871–72. Because it involves clubs of all standards playing against ea...
|Qualifying Round Groups, with a click of a button you can see the countries from each group separately, or all together. The host countries' flags are shown - those of Switzerland and Austria, and all the 8 Venues (the stadiums) and their names and exact locations as well.||01/30/2006||886|
|It's the clubs winners of the old "UEFA Cup Winners' Cup" (1961-1999)|
|The Ernst Happel Stadium ( Ernst-Happel-Stadion (help·info)) (Praterstadion until 1992, sometimes also called Wiener Stadion) in Leopoldstadt, the 2nd district of Austria's capital Vienna, is the largest stadium in Austria. It was built between 1929 and 1931 for the second Workers' Olympiad to the design of German architect Otto Ernst Schweizer. The stadium was renamed in honour of Ernst Happel...||11/03/2005||394|
| Euro 2012, will be the 14th European Championship for national football teams sanctioned by UEFA. The final tournament will be hosted by Poland and Ukraine between 8 June and 1 July 2012.|
The joint Poland–Ukraine bid was chosen by a vote of the UEFA Executive Committee on 18 April 2007, in Cardiff, Wales.
Six of the eight venues are brand new stadia currently bein...
|Situated in Sevilla, Spain the multi-use stadium was completed in 1999 and seats about 72,000 people. |
Also known as Estadio Olímpico, it was the venue for the 7th World Championships in Athletics in 1999 (where Michael Johnson (USA) set the World Record for the 400m in a time of 43.18s).
It also staged the 2003 UEFA Cup final.
Celtic FC lost 3-2 to ...
|The Finsteraarhorn is the highest mountain in the Bernese Alps range of the Swiss Alps and the highest mountain in the Bernese Oberland. It is the third most prominent peak in the Alps. The view from the summit takes in the surrounding peaks in Switzerland, as well as mountains in France, Germany, Austria and Italy.||03/04/2007||1,776|
|The Franz Horr Stadium (Franz-Horr-Stadion in German) is a football stadium in the south of Vienna, Austria. It has been the home ground of FK Austria Wien since 1973. The stadium was built in 1925 as the new home of Czech immigrants' club SK Slovan Vienna and had a capacity of 10,850.
Named after another Czech football club which owned the ground, the stadium was called České srdce...
|Stadion Lehen was a multi-purpose stadium in Salzburg, Austria. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of SV Austria Salzburg. The stadium was able to hold 14,684 people and originally opened in 1952. It was renovated in 1971. It hosted its last SV Austria Salzburg match in 2002, prior to Wals Siezenheim Stadium in 2003. In 2006, the stadium was demolished.|
|The stadiums of the soccer club playing UEFA Cup during the season 2006/2007||10/13/2006||589|