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Football Trip Feyenoord Experience the atmosphere in a stadium packed with fiercely loyal supporters × Close

Football Trip Feyenoord

Experience the atmosphere in a stadium packed with fiercely loyal supporters in a football trip to watch Feyenoord play. In fact, the Legion(the nickname for the club’s army of fans) is collectively known as ‘player number 12’ because of the way these die-hard supporters yell their club to victory. No opponent ever enjoys a visit to De Kuip stadium for that very reason!

This traditional top club has been national champion no less than 14 times and once even won the Europa Cup I. With its many young players and a good youth team, the ‘people’s club’ is understandably ambitious: next season, it wants to play once more at European level.

Any match involving this illustrious club guarantees beautiful football with many goals. Because if there’s one thing Dutch teams hate more than anything else, it’s defending. So book a football trip to Feyenoord and get a taste of the great game and atmosphere in this fantastic stadium!

The city Rotterdam Experience Dutch football with a trip to the port city of Rotterdam in the × Close

The city Rotterdam

Experience Dutch football with a trip to the port city of Rotterdam in the west of the Netherlands. The harbour spans an area of 25 miles and is the largest, most important port in Europe.

The breath-taking Erasmus Bridge – built in 1996 – and the Euromast are the city’s most famous sights. Go up the Euromast for wonderful views over the entire city, which also boasts plenty of shops, bars, café, clubs and museums. Everything you need, in fact, to enjoy your football trip to Rotterdam.

Stadium De Kuip Enjoy attacking football in one of the most atmospheric stadiums in Europe during a × Close

Stadium De Kuip

Enjoy attacking football in one of the most atmospheric stadiums in Europe during a football trip to Feyenoord Stadium. Located in Rotterdam – only half-an-hour by train from Amsterdam – De Kuip (The Tub), as it’s commonly known, was built between 1935 and 1937.

It seats 51,117 football fans and has been the scene of several European and national finals. The national team (known as ‘The Dutch Eleven’) regularly play both practice and qualifying games in this shrine to football. So don’t even think twice about visiting Feyenoord Stadium in Rotterdam to experience the terrific game and atmosphere.

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