On Wednesday, UEFA will play host to the last European football tournament, the Euro 2012 qualifier between Poland and Albania.
It will be the third time the Euro has been held at the same stadium.
Here are a few things to know about the game: when will it start?
The tournament will kick off on Saturday, April 12, and will run until Sunday, April 13.
The first-leg, which will take place on Saturday evening (20:00 CET), will be played on the pitch, with the final taking place on Sunday evening (21:00).
The second leg, which is scheduled to take place at 19:00 GMT on Sunday, will be held on the field, with matches scheduled to kick off at 19, 19:30 and 19:45 CET.
When will it end?
The final will be on Monday, April 14, and the match itself will take to the pitch on Monday evening (23:00, GMT).
How many games will there be?
There will be six games, with four on home soil, two on away soil and two each on neutral ground.
There are eight groups of three teams, with eight matches.
Who is playing?
The teams are: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Croatia, Iceland, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
Who will be playing?
In addition to the teams from the groups, there are eight clubs from the European Super League, including two clubs from Europe’s top league, as well as a new addition to UEFA’s European Football Championship.
How many players are playing?
There are more than 80 players on the European side, with Bosnia and England and Spain all featuring in the group stage, with Croatia, France and England also being part of the quarter-finals.
The rest of the players are part of a 20-player squad that includes England, Germany, Croatia and Portugal.
Who are the other teams?
Albania, which won the tournament last season, have five players from its Europa League squad, with Serbia, the Netherlands and Turkey also featuring in Europe’s most-watched football competition.
Croatia, which beat Germany in the quarterfinals, have a squad of just one player, and Greece, which defeated England in the final, have one player.
Albania also has a squad that features a player from England.
Where will the final take place?
The stadium, Krakow, is one of the most famous football venues in the country, with a capacity of 25,000.
The stadium will also host the final of the European Football Championships, as it was the venue for the semi-final.
Where can I watch the match?
There is a dedicated Euro 2012 online stream, which can be accessed at UEFA.com/tournament, where the official Euro 2012 coverage will begin at 23:00 (GMT).
UEFA will also have a live-stream on Eurosport, where viewers can see the final on a variety of platforms.