Kadir Has Stadyumu
Club: Kayserispor | Opening: 2009 | Capacity: 32,864 seats
History and description
Kadir Has Stadyumu opened in 2009. It was one of the first new stadiums in Turkey that were part of an investment project in sports infrastructure by the national government, who therefore also own the stadium.
Kadir Has Stadyumu officially opened on 8 March 2009 with a league match between Kayserispor and Fenerbahce. The stadium was named after local businessman and philanthropist Kadir Has, who had just died in 2007.
How to get to Kadir Has Stadyumu
Kadir Has Stadyumu is located in the west of the city of Kayseri at roughly 5.5 kilometres from Kayseri’s city centre and railway station. Inquire locally about dolmus buses that go to the station or take a taxi.
Direct daily trains connect Kayseri with Ankara that arrive at the railway station in the city centre. Long-distance buses arrive at Kayseri’s bus terminal, which lies about a kilometres further up the road from the stadium. You will pass the stadium on your way to the centre.
Address: Kadir Has Stadyumu, Kayseri̇, 38060
Tickets for Kayserispor games can be bought online through the PASSO portal.
As with all matches in Turkey, you need to possess a Passolig card to be able to buy tickets and enter the stadium. In the case of foreigners this is a pre-paid card. You can apply for a card on the Passolig website.
Photos of Kadir Has Stadyumu
Relevant Internet links
Kayserispor.org.tr – Official website of Kayserispor