When Wroclaw municipality was handing over the venue to UEFA on May 11th, both sides agreed that Euro 2012 organizers will cover the cost of any defects caused during tournament. Today the bill reaches €100,000.
UEFA’s move to the Wroclaw stadium was preceded by stocktaking process ran by officials of both sides. Contracts signed on that basis make UEFA responsible for any faults that appeared after that date.
Now that the Euro 2012 group stage is over and UEFA’s crews have almost all moved out, stadium operators are checking its state. By Tuesday they’ve listed over 50 flaws that will cost UEFA app. €100,000 by early estimates. Final report on that issue is to be handed to the football body today.
Most of the defects were apparently caused by hasty removal in last days, when different objects have been hitting walls, floors and doors. Today only several UEFA representatives still reside at the ground and will soon leave.