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Warsaw’s PGE Narodowy to Host the 2024 UEFA Super Cup
In 2024, the PGE Narodowy stadium in Warsaw, Poland, will be the battleground for the UEFA Super Cup, as announced by the Polish Football Association (PZPN). This prestigious match will feature the winners of the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League, drawing the attention of football fans worldwide.
Warsaw’s History of Hosting Football’s Grand Events
This isn’t Warsaw’s first foray into hosting European football finals. In 2015, the city welcomed the UEFA Europa League final, where Sevilla triumphed over FK Dnipro. The stadium, which opened 11 years ago, was also a key venue for the jointly hosted UEFA Euro 2012, witnessing memorable matches like Poland vs. Greece and Germany vs. Italy.
Poland’s Growing Football Hosting Credentials
Since then, Poland has hosted several high-profile football events, including the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship and the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup. In 2021, Gdańsk hosted the UEFA Europa League final, showcasing a thrilling showdown between Villarreal and Manchester United.
Wroclaw’s Role in UEFA’s Future
Looking ahead, Wroclaw is set to host the final of the UEFA Europa Conference League in 2025, solidifying Poland’s status as a sought-after host for international football tournaments.
The Secretary-General of PZPN, Łukasz Wachowski, expressed pride in Poland’s growing reputation as a trusted host for international football events. With a rich history and a promising future, Poland is becoming a significant player on the European football stage.