UEFA to bank less on Euro 2012 than previous tournament
According to UEFA Chief Operating Officer Martin Kellen Euro 2012 profits “will be slightly less” than the 250 million euros it made in 2008 despite record stadium attendance levels, TV viewers and ticket sales in this year’s tournament co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland.
Europe’s top football governing body said it will profit less from the Euro 2012 than in the previous tournament held four years ago in Austria and Switzerland.
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