Falck helps out at football Euros

During the next three weeks, 240 Falck employees and 26 ambulances in Poland are standing by to help out if players or spectators at the Euros are injured.
The European Football Championships in Poland and Ukraine, which starts June 8, is a major international sports event – only the Football World Cup and the Olympics are bigger. And Falck is part of it.

If Spanish star midfielder and world champion Andrés Iniesta gets hurt during practice in Poland, Falck’s employees and ambulances will come to his rescue. And if any spectators get injured, Falck will be on ready as well.​


Falck in Poland has 240 rescue officers and 26 ambulances ready for turnout at the stadiums in Warzaw and Poznan and in the fan zone in Gdansk which holds 240,000 people. Even police men in Gdansk will be assisted by a Falck employee if they’re injured. Additionally, Falck is ready for turnout every time the Spanish, Croatian, Russian and Polish football stars practice.

Falck won this unusual task through tender - Falck has performed ambulance services in Poland since 1993 and is today running 89 ambulances and 16 medical clinics.


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