Railway tickets for the UEFA Under 21 Championship Poland 2017
The UEFA Under 21 Championship Poland 2017 starts 16th June, so if you are flying to Poland you'll probably need to travel onward by train to reach the match cities with no direct air connection.
Rail travel is one of the best ways to get around the country—and the most comfortable and convenient. The railway stations are usually located near a city’s center, and are always well-connected to the local transportation system.
The simple map below shows the most important and useful train connections for Championship visitors:
Supporters from Poland, Slovakia, Sweden and England will be travelling between Kielce and Lublin. There are also fast train connections to Kielce and Lublin (match cities) from Krakow and Warsaw (airport cities).
Supporters from Portugal, Serbia, Spain and Macedonia will be travelling between Bydgoszcz and Gdynia. There are also fast train connections to Bydgoszcz and Gdynia from the airport cities of Warsaw, Poznan and Gdansk.
Supporters from Germany, the Czech Republic, Denmark and Italy will travel between Tychy and Krakow. For German and Czech supporters it is easy to take train from Berlin, Dresden or Prague to Krakow or Katowice. You can also to travel to Tychy from the airports at Wroclaw, Katowice and Krakow.
Semifinals and Final
Remember that the semifinals will be played in Tychy and Krakow. The final starts 30th June in Krakow, so some of us will need a tickets to these destinations!
How to get your railway tickets? There are 3 options: