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Getting to the stadium

The Johan Cruijff ArenA, located to the south-east of Amsterdam city centre, forms part of a newly developed commercial area.

We have established walking routes between the stadium and nearby transport hubs, so it's easier to follow social distancing guidelines.

Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket. Plan your route to the stadium before you set off to avoid missing your dedicated entry time slot.

🚗 By car

There will be enough parking for private vehicles on matchdays. But we highly recommend to book your parking spot in advance. P3, P4, P6 and P2 are open on matchdays, even without booking in advance – when entering the area, you will be redirected to parking locations which are still available. Extensive roads closures will be implemented around the stadium; follow the road signs to your parking.

Let me give you a top tip:

Knowing your entrance point will save you a lot of time at the stadium and help you arrive within your allocated entry time slot. Plan your travel according to the entrance shown on your ticket. Keep in mind and you can only use the entrance that your ticket states.

🚴 By bike

The stadium is easy to reach by bike. You can leave your bike at the bike parking on the square in front of Villa Arena opposite the main entrance to the Johan Cruijff ArenA.

🚇 By public transport

If you use public transport from the city centre, the metro will be the most convenient way to get to the stadium. Metro 50 and 54 will take you to the Johan Cruijff ArenA.

The journey will take approximately 15 minutes. Please check your entrance ticket number to make sure you disembark at the right station.

📍 Train stations:

  • Entrance 1 and 2: Station Duivendrecht: (10–15 minute walk via Stationsplein)
  • Entrance 3, 4 and 5: Station Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena: (5-minute walk via Johan Cruijff Boulevard)

Ⓜ️ Lines (50 & 54):

  • Entrance 1 and 2: Station Duivendrecht (10–15 minute walk via Stationsplein) or Station Strandvliet (2-minute walk)
  • Entrance 3, 4 and 5: Station Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena (5-minute walk via Johan Cruijff Boulevard)

🚍 Bus routes that stop near Johan Cruijff ArenA:

  • 44, 47, 49, 66, 171, 300, 356
🚕 By taxi

Road closures and travel disruptions are likely to affect your journey, and drop-off zones can be busy.

If you take a taxi to travel to or from the stadium, please respect the safer travel guidance for passengers. This means you need to book a taxi in advance, and you may be required to wear a mask inside the vehicle. If the distance of 1.5m can't be guaranteed, the driver will ask you whether you have any symptoms before you're allowed to get in. Find out more information on the website of the Dutch Government.

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Let me give you a top tip:

The best way to plan your matchday travel? Use the Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map - an interactive journey planner on the UEFA EURO 2020 app. Plot your routes to the stadium, see all additional services, road closures and walking routes.

Accessible Stadium

What's the best way to get to the stadium if you're a disabled fan?

🚗 By car

Spectators can go to the stadium by car if they have an accessible parking pass for UEFA EURO 2020.

Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking pass. Fans who requested a parking pass have been contacted by UEFA's ticketing team and were offered the opportunity to claim their complimentary parking pass on the ticket portal.

Keep in mind there are a limited number of parking permits available; even if you requested one, we could not guarantee all applications will be successful.

🚇 By public transport

Additionally, there will be accessible modes of transport for disabled fans on matchdays.

Distance key stations to entrances

  • Station Duivendrecht - entrance 1 and 2: 800–950m
  • Station Strandvliet – entrance 1 and 2: 50–200m
  • Station Bijlmer ArenA – entrance 3, 4 and 5: 200–500m

Bus, metro & tram
Most GVB Public Transport services have low-level floors. You can find more specific information on the official GVB website.

The NS has arrangements in place to ensure accessibility. The best way to reach Johan Cruijff ArenA by public transport is via train to Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA station. All information can be found on the official website of the NS.

🚕 By taxi

Please note that the taxi drop-off/pick-up point is approximately 700m from the south side stadium entrances (near station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA). Road closures and travel disruptions may severely increase journey times, making sure you leave enough time for contingency.

For more detailed information on venue accessibility in Amsterdam, please visit the CAFE Football Disabled Spectator Guides.

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