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UEFA President Michel Platini smiles during a press conference in Warsaw, Poland, 6 February 2010 on the eve of the EURO 2012 qualifying draw. 51 teams taking part in the Euro 2012 qualifications will create nine groups. Six of them will consist of six teams, and three of them ñ five. Winners and one team from the second place with the best achievements will advance to championships directly. The other eight teams classified on the second position in the group will set up four pairs. The EURO 2012 European soccer championship will kick off June 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. The opening match at the National Stadium in Warsaw will take place on 8 June. Eliminations will begin in September 2010 and will last until autumn 2011. Photo: LESZEK SZYMANSKI/Actionplus - Editorial Use - Not Poland
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    UEFA President Michel Platini smiles during a press conference in Warsaw, Poland, 6 February 2010 on the eve of the EURO 2012 qualifying draw. 51 teams taking part in the Euro 2012 qualifications will create nine groups. Six of them will consist of six teams, and three of them ñ five. Winners and one team from the second place with the best achievements will advance to championships directly. The other eight teams classified on the second position in the group will set up four pairs. The EURO 2012 European soccer championship will kick off June 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. The opening match at the National Stadium in Warsaw will take place on 8 June. Eliminations will begin in September 2010 and will last until autumn 2011. Photo: LESZEK SZYMANSKI/Actionplus - Editorial Use - Not Poland
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