Alkmaar

CAPACITY :

17,023

CONSTRUCTED :

1967

Alkmaar is used for regular team football in the Dutch league, by one of its most successful teams. The Afas Stadion team has won the Dutch title twice and the KNVN Cup on four separate occasions.

Amsterdam

CAPACITY :

53,052

CONSTRUCTED :

1996

Amsterdam is used for regular team football in the Dutch league, by a top team. The Amsterdam Arena hosted 5 games during Euro 2000, the 1998 European Cup Final and the 2013 Europa League Final.

Eindhoven

CAPACITY :

35,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1913

Eindhoven is used for regular team football, in the Dutch league and sometimes used by the Dutch National team. The Philips Stadion hosted 3 games during the 2000 Euros and the 2006 European Cup Final.

Hague

CAPACITY :

15,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2007

Hague is used for regular team football in the Dutch league, by one of the top teams. The Kyocera Stadium hosted the 2014 Hockey World Cup tournament, the 13th men's event which was won by Australia.

Netherlands National

CAPACITY :

53,052

CONSTRUCTED :

1996

Holland National is used for regular International football for the National team. The Amsterdam Arena hosted 5 games during Euro 2000, the 1998 European Cup Final and the 2013 Europa League Final.

Rotterdam

CAPACITY :

51,577

CONSTRUCTED :

1937

Rotterdam is used for regular team football, in the Dutch league and the Dutch National team. The Stadion Feijenoord de Kuip hosted 5 games during the 2000 Euros and the 2000 European Championship Final.

Twente

CAPACITY :

30,206

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

Twente is used for regular team football, in the Dutch league and for European team football matches. The De Grolsch Veste Stadium features a promenade instead of fences around its stands.

Utrecht

CAPACITY :

23,750

CONSTRUCTED :

1970

Utrecht is used for regular team football, in the Dutch league and for European team football matches. The Netherlands national football team have played 7 international matches inside the stadium.

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