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Six thousand volunteers will ensure the safety of our guests during UEFA EURO 2012 ™ in Poland. You will receive their help and support both in public urban areas, as well as in the official tournament sites.
During the championships, volunteers will carry out the tasks of two projects: Host Cities Volunteer Program and the UEFA EURO 2012 ™ Volunteer Program.
Three thousand volunteers will take care of the tourists and fans from Poland and abroad thanks to the first group directed at each guest finding themselves in public areas of the Host Cities. You can obtain the help and support of the trained staff in dozens of locations in each Host City, also including the support of Fan Embassies.
The volunteering also covers the sporting event portion. Another three thousand volunteers, working under the UEFA EURO 2012 ™ project scope will assist fans who will be residing in the official tournament sites in Poland.
Volunteers will help all tourists, fans and residents of the Host Cities. Please check with them to get all the necessary information and language support. Their task is also to support municipal services and direct streams of people. All volunteers will speak English, at least at the communication level. Host Cities are also engaging persons speaking other languages of the national teams that will be playing in the tournaments in the specific cities for the project.
Each volunteer working in the public urban area has distinctive attire, which will allow you to locate them easily in a crowd. They will be wearing a T-shirt with "VOLUNTEER" printed on the back.
UEFA volunteers will be wearing blue uniforms.
Host Cities Volunteers will be on duty at key points within the city, including airports, train stations and bus stops, in stationary and mobile information points, Fan Embassies and Fan Zones, (Park & Ride) P & R car parks, police stations, hospitals and urban media centres. Also, the mobile teams of volunteers will operate in the Host Cities. Read more
The UEFA Volunteers will serve supporters and visitors in the stadium (including points of ticket reception) and the official UEFA places, such as in airports, hotels, Team Accommodation Centres and the International Broadcasting Centre located in Warsaw. Fans can count on the support of the UEFA volunteers, both in Poland and in the Ukraine.
Remember that when flying – no matter if the flight is inside or outside Poland – you must have an ID document to present to the airport staff. To enter the Schengen territory, citizens of third countries must have a valid travel document and visa if required.
Tickets to the UEFA EURO 2012™ games can only be purchased through the following website www.uefa.com, National Football Federations, or won in competitions organised by the official sponsors of the Tournament.
The ban on drinking alcohol in public places, possession of a knife or other dangerous items, the entry to a football match of a minor without a guardian – are just some of the regulations in force in Poland.
Choose the genuine logo and high quality licensed UEFA EURO 2012™ products. When you buy counterfeit goods you are agreeing to breaking the law and to the low quality of such goods.
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