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Spain to play China in Euro 2012 final warmup
Spain will play China in its final warmup match before starting the defense of its European crown in Poland and Ukraine. Spain will host the Asian opponent in Seville on June 3 before traveling to Poland, where the city of Gdansk hosts its first Group C game against Italy on June 10.
Spain will play at least one other friendly, likely on May 26 from a yet to be determined site in Austria where Spain has made it a tradition to hold pre-tournament camps after winning Euro 2008 there. Spain also gathered in Austria two years ago before winning the World Cup in South Africa.
Spain is looking to become the first country to defend its European title after winning the World Cup.
It also plays Ireland and Croatia in Group C.
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