On 19 December, EURO Christmas 2009, a special holiday ceremony linked to UEFA EURO 2012™ will be held in the area beside the building site of the National Stadium in Warsaw. The event will be organized by PL.2012 and the National Sports Centre.
On 14 December, the logo of the European Football Championship UEFA EURO 2012™ was unveiled in Kiev.
Work at a good pace on the reinforced concrete structure of the National Stadium in Warsaw is continuing. Elements of the structure are now extended above the center of the former Stadium of the Decade.
On 7 December, a group of over ten representatives of the Committee on Expert Functions of the Polish Union of Construction Engineers and Technicians (PZiTB) visited the National Sports Center (NSC) for details about the National Stadium in Warsaw.
The stadiums that are being built must earn their keep. Their operators must be selected as soon as possible, says Rafał Kapler, the president of the National Sports Center and member of the PL.2012 management board, in his interview published in the “Dziennik. Gazeta Prawna” daily.
W dniu 1 grudnia 2009r., o godz 11.30 na terenie budowy Stadionu Narodowego w Warszawie miał miejsce wypadek, w wyniku którego jeden z robotników odniósł śmierć na miejscu, drugi został przewieziony do szpitala, gdzie po kilku godzinach zmarł. W akcji ratunkowej uczestniczyła straż pożarna oraz pogotowie. Okoliczności wypadku badane są przez prokuraturę.
On 30 November, Ukrainian radio and television journalists visited the building site of the National Stadium in Warsaw to find out about its design. The group included the General Director of the Odessa Region State Television and Radio Station, the Editor in Chief of the news department of the ‘Krug’ television and radio station, and the Director of the ‘TV Studiya chas.’
On October 25, 2009, second-year civil engineering students at Rzeszow University of Technology visited the building site of the National Stadium in Warsaw. Janusz Kubicki, the deputy chairperson of the National Sports Center, presented the Stadium project and explained the complex issues related to the construction.
The first reinforced concrete pillars of the lower part of the parking lot have been installed in the construction site of the National Stadium in Warsaw on the foundations of the 2-level underground parking lot underneath the future football pitch. In total, 480 pillars will be placed on the two levels of the parking lot.
A detailed Schedule of the 2nd Stage of the Warsaw National Stadium Construction Work is available as a PDF file in the, ’Construction schedule’ tab.