Euro 2012 Tickets
One of the two major tournaments for European national sides is just around the corner and it is already time to start thinking how you can buy cheap Euro 2012 tickets online. The final tournament will once again be held in two countries, this time in Poland and Ukraine, and with demand for Euro 2012 final tickets likely to be very high, it is highly unlikely that football fans will be able to find Euro 2012 tickets for sale directly at the venues.
The good news is that full UEFA Euro 2012 (also referred to as the UEFA European Football Championship) Schedule as well as the tickets for Poland and Ukraine 2012 can be found here on SoccerNews.com, which is likely to make your life a lot easier if you are planning on attending the big tournament. Euro 2012 final tickets will be available on our website as soon as they are released by Europe’s governing body UEFA.
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No less than 49 European national teams took part in the Euro 2012 qualifiers, battling for 14 places at the final tournament, with the remaining two reserved for hosts Poland and Ukraine. The majority of European giants easily qualified for the final tournament, making sure that the major competition is not deprived of sides like Germany, Russia, Italy, France, Netherlands, England and Spain, and these sides have got to be considered the main candidates for the trophy.
Led by Joachim Low, Germany largely impressed in the Euro 2012 qualifiers, winning all 10 qualifying games, and proving that they are rightly considered one of the best European sides at the moment. With players like Goetze, Ozil and Podolski making sure the starting line-up doesn’t only comprise of Bayern Munich players, Joachim Low now boast a very talented but at the same time pretty experienced squad that looks ready for an assault on the title.
Reigning world and European champions Spain have got to be considered favourites for the trophy, especially when we know that the team mostly consists of Barcelona and Real Madrid stars, backed by Juan Manuel Mata, David Silva and Fernando Torres. Vincent Del Bosque’s side will be looking to win their third successive major tournament and we are certainly not prepared to bet against that happening.
Cesare Prandelli’s Italy have been a real refreshment in the Euro 2012 qualifiers as the Azzurri are now much more dangerous up front than under Marcello Lippi, but also managed to remain rock-solid at the back, which has been their main feature since the dawn of time. Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Pirlo and Daniele De Rossi remain the leaders of this generation, but younger players like Rossi, Giovinco, Marchisio and Bonucci are also starting to pull their weight.
Fabio Capello’s England are the usual suspects when it comes to favourites at the major tournaments, but they somehow always find a way to disappoint their fans. After quite a while, the Three Lions have been pretty convincing in the qualifying campaign, partly thanks to Ashley Young, Jack Wilshire and Scott Parker, who have all added an extra quality to the side and maybe the time has come for the Three Lions to mount a serious title challenge.
In the end, there is always Netherlands, the national team that usually finish qualifying campaign with 100% record, but they rarely impress at the final tournaments. This time, Bert van Marwijk has a very balanced squad at his disposal, with Huntelaar, Van Persie, Robben, Sneijder and Van der Vaart all capable of bagging goals, but Oranje also features a very good back line and rock-solid midfield area. Who will ultimately win the Euro 2012 title is anyone’s guess, but the most important thing to know is that this section of our website will allow you an instant access to cheap Euro 2012 tickets online.