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List of football stadiums in the Netherlands

The following is a list of football stadiums in the Netherlands, ordered by capacity.


# Stadium Capacity City Province Home Team Opened
1 Amsterdam ArenA 53,052 Amsterdam  North Holland Ajax 1996
2 De Kuip 51,137 Rotterdam  South Holland Feyenoord 1936
3 Philips Stadion 36,500 Eindhoven  North Brabant PSV 1916
4 De Grolsch Veste 30,205 Enschede  Overijssel FC Twente 1998
5 Abe Lenstra Stadion 26,800 Heerenveen  Friesland SC Heerenveen 1994
6 GelreDome 25,278 Arnhem  Gelderland Vitesse 1998
7 Stadion Galgenwaard 24,426 Utrecht  Utrecht FC Utrecht 1982
8 Euroborg 22,579 Groningen  Groningen FC Groningen 2006
9 Parkstad Limburg Stadion 19,979 Kerkrade Limburg (Netherlands) Limburg Roda JC 2000
10 Rat Verlegh Stadion 19,000 Breda  North Brabant NAC Breda 1996
11 AFAS Stadion 17,100 Alkmaar  North Holland AZ 2006
12 Kyocera Stadion 15,000 The Hague  South Holland ADO Den Haag 2007
13 Koning Willem II Stadion 14,637 Tilburg  North Brabant Willem II 1920
14 De Vijverberg 12,600 Doetinchem  Gelderland De Graafschap 1954
15 Stadion de Goffert 12,500 Nijmegen  Gelderland N.E.C. 1939
16 Trendwork Arena 12,500 Sittard Limburg (Netherlands) Limburg Fortuna Sittard 1999
17 IJsseldelta Stadion 11,500 Zwolle  Overijssel PEC Zwolle 1934
18 Het Kasteel 11,026 Rotterdam  South Holland Sparta Rotterdam 1916
19 De Geusselt 10,000 Maastricht Limburg (Netherlands) Limburg MVV 1961
20 Cambuur Stadion 10,000 Leeuwarden  Friesland SC Cambuur 1936
21 De Vliert 9,000 's-Hertogenbosch  North Brabant FC Den Bosch 1951
22 Univé Stadion 8,600 Emmen  Drenthe FC Emmen 1977
23 Polman Stadion 8,500 Almelo  Overijssel Heracles Almelo 1999
24 De Koel 8,000 Venlo Limburg (Netherlands) Limburg VVV-Venlo 1972
25 Mandemakers Stadion 7,508 Waalwijk  North Brabant RKC Waalwijk 1996
26 De Adelaarshorst 7,339 Deventer  Overijssel Go Ahead Eagles 1920
27 De Langeleegte 6,500 Veendam  Groningen BV Veendam 1954
28 Kras Stadion 6,000 Volendam  North Holland FC Volendam 1975
29 Sportpark De Toekomst 5,000 Amsterdam  North Holland Jong Ajax 1996
30 MariFlex Stadion 4,995 Roosendaal  North Brabant RBC Roosendaal 2000
31 Heesen Yachts Stadion 4,662 Oss  North Brabant FC Oss -
32 Jan Louwers Stadion 4,373 Eindhoven  North Brabant FC Eindhoven -
33 GN Bouw Stadion 4,100 Dordrecht  South Holland FC Dordrecht -
34 Stadion De Braak 4,000 Helmond  North Brabant Helmond Sport -
35 Stadion Woudestein 3,527 Rotterdam  South Holland Excelsior -
36 Haarlem Stadion 3,500 Haarlem  North Holland Haarlem Kennemerland -
37 TATA Steel Stadion 3,250 Velsen-Zuid  North Holland Telstar -
38 Mitsubishi Forklift Stadion 3,000 Almere  Flevoland Almere City FC 2005
39 Sportpark Berg & Bos 2,500 Apeldoorn  Gelderland AGOVV Apeldoorn 1921

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