Stadion Feijenoord

 
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* Address: Van Zandvlietplein 1, Rotterdam
* Country: Netherlands
* Capacity: 51,000
* Opened: 23 July 1937
* Main use: Football
* Tenants: Feyenoord (football)

Extra stadium info – Stadion Feijenoord

The stadium has several nicknames, like De Kuip (The Tub) and De Voetbaltempel (The Football Temple). Feyenoord have been tenants of the venue since it opened in 1937. They won the European championship for football clubs in 1970 for the first time in their history. One year later, Ajax from Amsterdam became the second football club from the Netherlands with a European championship title. In 1988, PSV from Eindhoven became the third European football champions from the Netherlands. In 2002, Stadion Feijenoord hosted the UEFA Cup final, which was won by Feyenoord after defeating the German side Borussia Dortmund 3-2. 45,000 people attended the game.

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