The Netherlands stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Netherlands. This stadiums map of Netherlands will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Netherlands in Europe. The Netherlands stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Eredivisie stadium occupancy rates are still amongst the highest in Europe meaning that you are nearly always in a full ground. The Johan Cruijff ArenA, previously called Amsterdam ArenA, was built between 1993 and 1996. The Amsterdam ArenA as its mentioned in Netherlands stadiums map was the first football stadium in Europe with a retractable roof. It takes about 20 minutes to open or close the roof. De Kuip, officially called Stadion Feijenoord, was built in the 1930s to provide Feyenoord with a new world-class stadium.
Philips Stadion has been the home of PSV Eindhoven since the club foundation in 1913. The stadium got almost entirely rebuilt between 1969 and 1977, which resulted in a completely enclosed and covered stadium with a capacity of 26,500 places as you can see in Netherlands stadiums map. The Grolsch Veste replaced FC Twente old Diekman Stadion, which had been built in 1965, but lacked facilities and could not meet modern standards. The stadium could initially hold 14,000 spectators and from the beginning consistently sold out.
Abe Lenstra Stadion was one of the first newly-built modern stadiums in the Netherlands. The stadium initially had 13,800 seats, which sold out consistently from its inauguration. The GelreDome as its shown in Netherlands stadiums map was built to serve as a multifunctional stadium suited for sports, concerts and other events. It was the first football stadium in the world to have a retractable pitch, and, after the Amsterdam ArenA, the second stadium in Europe to have a sliding roof.