Venue guide: Netherlands 2017

Seven different stadiums will stage the 31 matches.

Breda: Rat Verlegh Stadion
Matches: Group stage 17, 20, 23, 26 July, Semi-final 3 August
• Capacity: 18,000
• Home club: NAC Breda
• Did you know? Named after Anton 'Rat' Verlegh, who played for NAC in the 1910s and 1920s and was later involved in their administration.

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Deventer: Stadion De Adelaarshorst
Matches: Group stage 18, 21, 24, 27 July, Quarter-final 30 July
• Capacity: 10,500
• Home club: Go Ahead Eagles
• Did you know? The 'Eagle's Nest' will turn 100 in 2020.

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Doetinchem: Stadion De Vijverberg
Matches: Group stage 16, 19, 22, 25 July, Quarter-final 29 July
• Capacity: 12,500
• Home club: De Graafschap
• Did you know? De Vijverberg translates as 'Pond Hill' and was the name of an earlier hotel on the same site whose construction had caused local ponds to be filled in.

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Enschede: FC Twente Stadion
Matches: Semi-final 3 August, Final 6 August
• Capacity: 30,000
• Home club: Twente
• Did you know? This venue is also home to a branch of the Johan Cruyff College.

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Rotterdam: Sparta Stadion
Matches: Group stage 17, 20, 23, 26 July, Quarter-final 29 July
• Capacity: 10,599
• Home club: Sparta Rotterdam
• Did you know? The stadium's Het Kasteel nickname derives from the castle-like building which backs onto one of the stands.

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Tilburg: Willem II Stadion
Matches: Group stage 18, 21, 24, 27 July, Quarter-final 30 July
• Capacity: 14,500
• Home club: Willem II
• Did you know? Like its home club, the ground is named after reforming Dutch king William II, who reigned from 1840 to 1849.

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Utrecht: Stadion Galgenwaard
Matches: Group stage 16, 19, 22, 25 July
• Capacity: 23,750
• Home club: Utrecht
• Did you know? This arena held the finals of the 2005 FIFA U-20 World Cup (starring Lionel Messi) and the 1998 Men's Hockey World Cup (won by the Netherlands).

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