Former Poland goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek said that "Warsaw has everything it takes to make it a memorable final" of the Europa League.
The summit clash between Dnipro and Sevilla will take place here on Wednesday, reports Efe.
The former Real Madrid player said that the clash at the National Stadium here is "part of the legacy of Euro 2012, the experience gained from that tournament is now paying off. Warsaw could make people talk about this final for years to come".
He further explained that the "anticipation is rising every day, all the way to the final. There will be a great atmosphere in the city, in the fan zones and at the stadium. You can feel that something great is around the corner."
The former Liverpool stopper also indicated that his countrymen are "considered in Europe as very hospitable" people who "like to have guests around, and even if it comes with some costs we like to welcome them with open arms".
He recommended that if the fans get the opportunity, they should visit other cities in the country like Krakow and Gdansk.