Poland-Hungary match, inaugurating the final stage of Polish national team's preparation period for the UEFA EURO U21 Poland 2017 tournament, will be held this Tuesday, September 6, at 5:30 p.m. at the Arena Lublin stadium.
In view of the next year's tournament, the game is also a chance for the Local Organising Committee to test a couple of new organisational and logistic solutions at the Arena Lublin stadium, including new traffic organisation in the Arena Lublin area.
September 6 will also be the day of a working meeting of the mayors of all six Host Cities. It will take place at the Crown Tribunal in Lublin. The initiative of organising such regular discussions was launched by the mayors themselves at a meeting in Krakow in June last year. The first to invite the other mayors was Mayor Krzysztof Żuk. The topics to be covered at the Tuesday's meeting include the current status of preparations for the tournament, cooperation between the host cities, exchange of experiences and discussion on the solutions proposed for particular organisational challenges.
All supporters who buy tickets for the Poland-Hungary match will receive a special information package called „Asystent Kibica” [Supporter's Assistant], where they will find all the necessary information on how to get to the stadium.
The make-up of the Marcin Dorn-led Polish national team for the U21 Poland-Hungary match is available here (in Polish).