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Team Fact File:
  • Nickname: Białe Orły (The White Eagles)
  • Founded: 1921
  • Rivals: Ukraine, Czech Republic
  • Record Goal Scorer: Wlodzimierz Lubanski (48)
  • Record Signing: Not Applicable

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Poland Euro 2016 tickets

At Football Ticket Pad and we have a wide range of Poland tickets to all their group stage games. 

Fans are queuing up to get their hands on Poland Euro tickets to hopefully see their goal scoring hero Robert Lewandowski fire in his fair share of goals. He will be spearheading the Polish attack and will be hoping to take through the group stages and deeper into the competition. They also have other big players like Jakub Blaszczykowski and Wojciech Szczesny and could just do well at these championships.

See the action live in France with a fantastic selection of Euro 2016 finals tickets. Don't miss the chance to secure your seat now with Football Ticket Pad, the markets best in providing unrivalled customer service and top seats for games.

Poland are back at the Euro finals after hosting the competition in 2012 with host partner Ukraine. Poland failed to get out of their group in 2012 and they will be desperate to progress through to the knock out stages in France this summer.

In France for Euro 2016, Poland have been drawn into Group C with Germany, Ukraine and Northern Ireland and like in qualifying, The Poles will have a challenge on their hands to get out group were world champions Germany will provide the strongest test. A feisty encounter also awaits when Poland take on their neighbours Ukraine after a opening fixture against dark horses, Northern Ireland. 

Poland qualified for Euro 2016 by coming 2nd in 'tricky' group D. A 1-1 draw away against The Republic of Ireland sealed qualification back in March this year. The group was won by Germany with both The Republic of Ireland and Scotland coming close to automatic qualification, finishing 3rd and 4th respectively.

Throughout qualification Poland played their homes games at the National Stadium in Warsaw (capacity 56,826). Home games in qualification were sell outs and we expect a strong following for Poland when they play at the Euros this summer.

This year's European Championships will be the third consecutive championships where Poland have been represented (2008, 2012 & 2016). Poland have failed to progress beyond the group stage in both previous Euros, will it be third time lucky for Poland and their loyal fans?

How to buy Poland Euro 2016 tickets from Football Ticket Pad?

Football Ticket Pad will have Poland tickets for every group match at France Euro 2016. We will also have a great selection of tickets should Poland make the knock stages of the Euros. Football Ticket Pad will have Euro 2016 tickets for every match in France in the summer.

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In addition to standard matchday tickets, Football Ticket Pad also offers VIP hospitality Poland tickets for all their matches at Euro 2016 in the summer.

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Poland qualified for Euro 2016 after eventually finishing runners up in a very competitive and extremely exciting group D. The White and Reds fought off stiff competition from the likes of Republic of Ireland and Scotland to gain qualification to Euro 2016 for only the third time in their history. Poland's most notable win of the qualifying stages was their 2-0 victory over current world champions Germany in Warsaw, goals from Arkadiusz Milik and Sebastian Mila established Poland as firm group D leaders heading into November 14.

Sitting pretty at the top of Group D Poland travelled to Georgia with MIlik and Mila once again on hand to ensure Poland travelled back to Warsaw with all 3 points. Impressive away draws at The Republic of Ireland and Scotland effectively secured Poland's place at Euro 2016. With some of the most passionate and devoted fans in world football, Poland Euro 2016 tickets will be some of the most sought after and difficult tickets to acquire so don't take any risks and purchase your tickets safely and securely with Football Ticket Pad. We have Poland tickets for all fixtures from the beginning to the end! 

Key Player

Robert Lewandowski has firmly established himself as Europe's top centre forward in the past 12 months, placing himself ahead of the likes of Karim Benzema of France and Zlatan Ibramhimovic of Sweden in the goal scoring rankings. His form for German giants and European powerhouse Bayern Munich has been close to astonishing scoring 15 goals in 15 games at the start of the Bundesliga this season. The Big Pole ended the season with 30 goals in the Bundesliga for Bayern Munich becoming the first non-German to score thirty goals in a league season in the German top flight. If Poland have any hope of progressing in the competition they will surely be relying on their star man and captain. Lewandowksi will be one of the favourites to take home the Euro 2016 golden boot and has the weight of a nation lying firmly on his shoulders. 

The Goals

 

Lewandowski deservedly gets a second mention here, like Zlatan he is virtually a 12th man for his country with all flair, presence and match winning ability that he brings to the field. He just needs one sniff at goal and he will put it away. A solitary goal can make or break Poland’s qualification campaign and would potentially be the difference between putting a smile on fans with Poland Euro tickets faces or sending them home in despair. 

Lewandowski is a deadly striker at club level and his international record is not one to be sniffed at either. Lewandowki ended qualifying as the top scorer in the group with an impressive 13 goals in 10 games to add to his 34 goals in 75 games for Poland.

One to watch out for

With only one defeat in qualifying Poland proved to Europe's watching bodies that they are not just here to make up the numbers, it's not difficult to see why this side are so difficult to beat, with players such as Borussia Dortmund's Lukasz Piszczek they stand a chance against Europe's best. Piszczek is renowned for putting out fires in the middle of the park and will be called upon for all of 90 minutes in the game vs Germany. If he can perform at the top of his game Poland can quite easily top this group, but will have to get past Germany again first if they are to have a chance. The midfielder has played over 150 times for Borussia Dortmund and he is approaching 50 caps for his country. His experience in the middle of the park will be a vital asset to Poland this summer at Euro 2016.

Young starlet 

Arkadiusz "Arek" Milik who plays as a striker for Dutch club Ajax is Poland's 'new kid' on the block. With Lukasz Piszczek and Jakub Blaszcykowski in the middle of the pitch, renowned for their doggedness and tireless work ethic, this permits Poland to approach their games with two strikers. The balance of the team is just right for two to partner upfront and if Arek can have half the influence Lewandowski has it will be a ferocious partnership that will be troubling anyone they come across. Milik was a key member of Poland's Euro qualification side as he netted six goals to help seal Poland's place in France at Euro 2016 as he formed a formidable partnership with Lewandowski. Still only 22 years of age, Milik could be Poland's secret weapon for many years to come. He could prove instrumental for Poland in ensuring Poland progress to the last 16 of the competition or even further, who knows? Find out for yourself buy securing your Poland Euro 2016 tickets now with Football Ticket Pad.

Poland Euro 2016 Fixtures

 

Poland v Northern Ireland 

Poland will be looking produce a strong statement in their opening group game against Northern Ireland at Stade de Nice. The Poles have at their disposal one of Europe's most prolific strikers in Robert Lewandowski, who notched 13 goals in the qualifying rounds to match the previous record set by Northern Ireland's David Healy in 2008.This is a really challenging match for Northern Ireland against an ever-improving Polish national side who were the top scorers in qualifying with 33 goals. Despite the threat of Lewandowski, The Polish defence will need to be just as wary of Kyle Lafferty who has also impressed in qualifying notching seven goals. Poland v Northern Ireland tickets from Football Ticket Pad. 

 

 

Germany v Poland

Poland fans will be relishing the opportunity to get one over on their rivals and the two sides will meet again after the two sides recently faced each other in qualifying group D. Despite winning the group, Germany were not exactly their usual dominant self, tasting defeat to Poland in Warsaw. However they made amends on the return leg with goals from Thomas Müller and Mario Götze leading to a 3-1 win. Poland will be buoyed by their recent displays and will be confident in getting a result as they try to progress from the group stage at the Euros for the first time. 

 

Boasting play makers like Mesut Ozil and the strike power of Thomas Muller the German side is formidable and Poland will need to be wary of countering threats and making good use of their own firepower in Robert Lewandowski, who is familiar to German faces as Bayern Munich's top striker. This looks set to be quite a spectacle.

This fixture is enough to whet any football fans appetite. Lewandowski comes up against his Bayern Munich team mates as he aims to put Germany to the sword. The key battle will be Neuer v Lewandowski. Whoever comes out on top in this could just win the match for their side. You can purchase 

Germany v Poland tickets

 from Football Ticket Pad today for your chance to see the two rivals meet at the Stade de France.

 

 

 

Ukraine v Poland 

 

Neighbours Poland and Ukraine go head to head for their final group stage game at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille. Neutrals may be inclined to give Poland an edge based on the firepower of Robert Lewandowski and emerging talents such as Arkadiusz Milik and Mariusz Stepinski, but Ukraine will go into this banking on their own rising star Serhiy Sydorchuk bringing a new dimension to the side, with the reliant Andriy Yarmolenko and Yevhen Konoplyanka in support.

 

 

This will likely be a tense encounter with high stakes for both sides. A fascinating match awaits as third position in the group could well be enough to progress, but second would guarantee it.  

 

 

These two teams were joint hosts of the Euros four years ago for EURO 2012. Now they face each other in the opening rounds at France Euro 2016! They should know a thing or two about each other which will make for an interesting spectacle. We expect this one to be end to end and for the goals to fly in. If you haven't already, book your Ukraine v Poland tickets through Football Ticket Pad. 

 



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