Within Euro 2012, the Ukrainian stadiums were attended by 1.4 million viewers, the chief operating officer of the UEFA Events SA Martin Cullen told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.

According to him, the record for attendance in Ukraine was set up during the match between Sweden and England, which gathered 64.6 thousand fans. "The most visited game in Poland was the match in Warsaw between Poland and Greece – it was attended by more than 59 thousand people," he said. Cullen said that the occupancy of stadiums made up 98.6%.

He also said that compared to the previous Euro tournaments, held in Switzerland, the fan zones in Ukraine were visited by twice more fans - about 7 million people. According to Cullen, the attendance record was set up by Kharkiv fan zone on 13 June, which gathered 300 thousand visitors.

He said that during the Euro, more than 10 thousand media were accredited, which testifies the interest in the championship. "Euro is becoming more attractive for television. For example, in Spain during peak hours the Euro was watched by 83% or 15.5 million viewers," Cullen said.

In addition, he reported that the UEFA is pleased with the financial result of Euro 2012. According to him, during the tournament, the organization was able to earn 1.383 billion EUR.

Cullen also said that 16.5 million posts on the Euro finals topic were published in Twitter social network.

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