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Stadium Feijenoord

Also known by its nickname ‘De Kuip’ or ‘The Tub’, this stadium is one of Netherlands’ finest and the home of Feyenoord. It has a history of hosting famous matches and since its inauguration way back in 1937, it has famously hosted the Dutch Cup final, the 2002/03 UEFA Cup final and the final of UEFA EURO 2000, also holding three group stage matches at the same tournament.

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Capacity 🧑‍🤝‍🧑
Approximately 51,000

Opened 🏟️
27 Match 1937

Matches in Rotterdam 🥅

⚽ Sunday, 18 June

🏆 Final
🕘 Gates open: 17:45
🕘 Kick-off: 20:45

🥳 Fan Meeting Point: 13:00 – 18:45
🥳 Fan Plazas: 17:45 – 19:45

All timing information reflects the local time, CEST.

Top tip 🗺️

Locate your entrance on the stadium map below ⬇️ before arriving at the match so you avoid the last-minute scramble and know where to go!

Fan Meeting Point🎉

📅 18 June
🕛 13:00 – 18:45

The celebrations will be in full swing ahead of each match at the Fan Meeting Point along Olympiaweg, just outside the stadium. Join in the fun, meet fellow fans and soak up the matchday atmosphere. 😃

Download the map

Fan Meeting Point programme 🎶

Here’s an idea of everything you can expect to find when you arrive ⬇️🥳:

  • Don't miss Croatian DJ, Dado Kukic, who will bring the vibes with the latest hits
  • Enjoy live on-stage entertainment
  • Test out your skills with fun football activities
  • Snap some pics with the official trophy in the trophy cube
  • Grab a bite to eat or drink
  • As it's an outdoor event, don't forget your sunscreen!

Key facts 🥳

🎫 Entry: Free entry, everyone is welcome. No ticket required!
📍 Location: North end of Olympiaweg, close to gate 25
⚠️Security: Bags will be checked upon entry. Please do not bring bags larger than A4 size.
🪑 Seating: You’ll find a range of seating options inside.

Food and drink 🍔

A variety of food and drink, including alcohol, will be available to buy. You’ll find a selection of snacks as well as soft drinks, water, beer and wine.⚠️ You won’t be allowed to bring in your own food and drink, including empty or open water bottles.

Payment options 💳

You can pay with cash in EUR, as well as all major debit and credit cards.

Safety and guidance 🆘

If you encounter any issues while on-site, speak to the nearest steward or staff member. There will also be first-aid staff in case of emergency.

Fan Plazas 🤩

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Fan Plaza Spain
📅 18 June
🕧 17:45 – 19:45

🎊 Make your way inside the stadium from three hours before kick-off to continue the fun! Join other fans on the north side of the stadium for live entertainment to bring the matchday atmosphere and get you ready for kick-off.

Fan Plaza Croatia
📅 18 June
🕧 17:45 – 19:45

🎊 Join other Croatia fans on the south side of the stadium from three hours before kick-off for a live DJ, Croatian music and soak up the matchday spirit in the countdown to kick-off.

Stadium rules ⚠️

Keep in mind that stadium rules for Stadium Feijenoord may differ from what you are used to.

➡️ Bag policy 
You can only enter the stadium with bags no bigger than A4. It’s best if you don’t bring a bag at all.

➡️ Power banks 
You can bring a small power bank, no larger than your phone.

➡️ Sunscreen
You can bring a small bottle of sunscreen (travel-size) into the stadium.

➡️ Forbidden items Remember that umbrellas, food, drink, and professional cameras won’t be allowed in. Check out the full list in the stadium rules.

➡️ Safety and security
Security is a team effort. To make Stadium Feijenoord safe for everyone, there are security measures in place when you arrive. We’re screening everyone before they enter and carrying out bag searches.

➡️ Cashless payments
Stadium Feijenoord is a cashless stadium. Both credit and debit cards will be accepted, as will contactless payment.

Emergency information 🚨

If case of emergency on-site, or if you need emergency assistance with anything, please contact the nearest steward who will be able to help.

Download stadium rules

Food and drink 🍔

All the excitement is sure to give you an appetite and the concessions around the stadium have got you covered.

  • Remember that you won’t be able to bring in any of your own food and drink, including empty or open water bottles.
  • Grab your snacks and drinks before the match kicks off to avoid busy times.
  • A selection of snacks and drinks will be available for sale:

🍻 Drinks: Water, soft drinks, iced tea, energy drinks, coffee, tea, smoothies, non-alcoholic and alcoholic beer

🌭 Snacks: Chocolate bars, crisps, cookies, hamburgers, paninis and burrata salad. You can also grab some Dutch goodies such as frikandel, kroket, kassoufle, broodjes and loempias.

Fan shops 🛍️

Stock up on new gear at the four Official Fan Shops located around the stadium. Shop a range of apparel, accessories and replica shirts to show your support!

📍 Locations

1️⃣ Near Gate 25
2️⃣ Near Gates 19-24
3️⃣ Near Gates 53-58
4️⃣ Near entrance ‘Maasgebouw’ (outside the stadium)

💳 Payment

Cashless only – all major cards and Alipay accepted.

🕧 Opening Hours

From 17:45 until 1 hour after final whistle
From 15:30 - 20:30 and after final whistle until 23:00 (outside the stadium)

You can bring your merchandise into the stadium and it will not affect your bag allowance as long as it is in an official UEFA Nations League Finals bag.

Getting to the stadium 🛣️

Download the map

⚠️ Important note!

Tram station Stadion Feyenoord, close to the stadium, will be closed throughout the UEFA Nations League Finals due to roadworks. Take the tram to Breeplein or the train to Rotterdam Stadion instead.

🚌 By coach bus

Dedicated coach buses will be running from various locations within the Netherlands to the stadium on matchday.

Book coach buses

More info on our travel page.

🚲 By bike
Rotterdam is well-connected by bike paths, so it’s a great way to get around and even take in some sights on your way to the match! There will be bike parking available around the stadium along Stadionweg. Keep in mind this location is different from usual matchdays.

🚊 By public transport 
If you’re coming from Rotterdam Central station on public transport, the journey to the stadium will take about 30 minutes. Let’s look at the recommended routes:

1️⃣ Option 1

1) Get on Metro line D or E to stop Maashaven.
2) At Maashaven transfer onto tram line 2, 12 or 25.
3) Get off at stop Breeplein and walk about 11 minutes to the stadium

2️⃣ Option 2

Take the train to Rotterdam Stadion station.

🚕 By taxi/Kiss and Ride
Taxis will pick up and drop off along the north end of Olympiaweg. If you’re getting picked up or dropped off , the Kiss and Ride area is also located there.

Parking 🅿️

⚠️ Please note

If you plan to drive to the stadium, you MUST reserve a parking spot in advance. Click on the link that applies to you (either car or bus) and follow the instructions to book your spot. You’ll then receive a confirmation email with all the key info. 😊

Fee: 15€

🚘 Car parking

Book car parking here

🚌 Bus parking

Book bus parking here

See below ⬇️ for detailed info on each parking option.

💡 All parking tickets will be mobile parking tickets. You can view them on the Feyenoord app or in the Feyenoord ticket shop under 'My Tickets'. No need to print them out, simply show the QR code on your phone when you arrive. A PDF version for printing is also available if that’s your preference.

🅿️ Park+Ride Beverwaard

📍 Edo Bergsmaweg 1, 3077 PX, Rotterdam
Located in the south of the city, you can take tram 2 or 12 from the park and ride to Breeplein (about 20 minutes) and then walk to the stadium (11 minutes).

🚨 Tram 12 will ONLY run from Park+Ride Beverwaard to Breeplein on matchdays until approximately two hours after the match.

For your return journey, please make your way back to Breeplein and take tram 2 or 12 to the park and ride. Stewards and volunteers on-site will be happy to assist with directions.

🅿️ Q-Park Zorgboulevard

📍 Krimpenerstraat 9, 3079 DZ Rotterdam
This is located next to Maasstad hospital. The shuttle buses to the stadium depart from the bus stop at Lombardijen station.

🕧 Hours of service: 16:30 – 00:30
⏳ Frequent departures
🚍 Journey time: 10 minutes

🅿️ P Olymp (Olympiaweg)

This is an outdoor parking area on the south side of the stadium where coaches and private cars can park. From there, it’s a short walk to reach your stadium gate.

🅿️ P5C

This is an outdoor parking area on the north side of the stadium. From there it’s a short walk to reach the gates.

After the matches👋

Tram services from Breeplein to Beverwaard will be running frequently to get you home safely – even if the match goes to extra time or penalties.

💡 If you plan to take the train, check the 9292 app or NS website to make sure you don’t miss the last one.
💡 If you can, try and book accommodation in the Rotterdam area to avoid the late-night travel across the country after the match.

FAQs 💡

Stadium entry and security 🚨

1) How early should I get to the stadium before the match?

Arrive at the stadium at least three hours before kick-off to allow extra time for security checks. There will also be a Fan Meeting Point close to the stadium with activities and entertainment starting early in the day, so there’s plenty of reasons to get there early!

2) Can I leave the stadium once I enter and then come back in?

Re-entry is not permitted. If you choose to leave the stadium, you won’t be allowed back in.

3) What if I’m late to the match, can I still enter after kick-off?

You’ll still be allowed to enter the stadium as long as the security situation allows it. However, you may not be permitted entry if you arrive too late, so start your journey well in advance and allow additional time to get there.

4) Is there a minimum age to attend the match?

There is no minimum age to attend the match, but everyone must hold a valid match ticket to enter the stadium.

5) Do underage ticket holders need to be accompanied by an adult?

Yes, ticket holders under the age of 16 can only enter the stadium with an accompanying adult. The accompanying adult MUST have a valid match ticket.

Packing and forbidden items 🚫

1) Besides my match ticket, what else do I need to enter the stadium?

Make sure to always carry a valid form of ID with you. Check out the prepping and packing page for more details.

2) What props am I allowed to bring inside?

You can bring flagpoles that are a maximum of 1m long and 1cm in diameter and banners or flags that are a maximum of 2m x 1.5m. Check out the stadium rules for the full details.

Tickets 📱

1) What should I do if I have a problem with my mobile tickets?

If you are experiencing issues with the UEFA Mobile Tickets App or your account, visit the Mobile Tickets FAQs or the UEFA Nations League Finals tickets FAQs.

Stadium facilities 🏟️

1) Can I smoke inside the stadium? What about e-cigarettes?

Smoking, including the use of e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn- tobacco products, is not allowed inside the stadium. Thank you for respecting the No Smoking policy.

2) Are there toilets outside the stadium as well?

You can find toilets outside the stadium at the Fan Meeting Point located along Olympiaweg.

3) If it rains, will the stadium be covered?

The roof of the stadium is designed in such a way that some of the seating will be covered in case any summer showers come our way on the night of the match. Remember umbrellas aren’t allowed inside the stadium, so bring a poncho with you in case of rain.

4) Is there somewhere I can store large items such as backpacks?

We highly recommend not bringing large items with you on matchday. Bags larger than A4 size won’t be allowed in.

5) Do I need to have cash? Are there cash machines around the stadium?

Stadium Feijenoord is a cashless stadium, so you don’t need to have cash and all major credit and debit cards are accepted.

Official Fan Shops 🛍️

1) Can I return items I've bought?

Unworn product with tags attached can be exchanged or returned at any of the Official Fan Shops (matchday only) accompanied by a receipt.

Food and drink 🍟

1) Can I bring my own food, snacks, or drinks into the stadium? What if I need to bring specific food or drinks for medical reasons or my medication?

No, you’re not allowed to bring your own food or drinks, including alcohol, of any kind except for medication or specific food or drink for medical reasons ONLY.

If you need to bring in anything for medical reasons, please send an email to medicalservices@feyenoord.nl.

2) What languages will the menus at the concessions' stands be available in?

Menus will be available in Dutch and English.

3) Are there foods that are suitable for dietary requirements such as gluten-free, lactose-free, vegetarian, and vegan?

There are vegetarian options available for sale including vegetarian frikandel and kroket, burrata salad and cheese paninis.

4) What alcohol will be sold at the stadium?

Non-alcoholic and alcoholic beer will be available for sale. There will also be a radler option ( beer and lemonade mix) and a cooler.

Stadium accessibility ♿

1) I have a question about accessibility at the stadium. Where can I find more information?

Our dedicated accessibility page has all the detailed information on travel, accessibility services at the stadium and more.