Th Netherlands was one of the first countries to ride the wave of new stadium development in the 1990s and nearly every club has a tidy modern stadium with the only major exception being Feyenoord’s iconic De Kuip stadium. What’s more, while attendances have dropped somewhat in recent years, Eredivisie stadium occupancy rates are still amongst the highest in Europe meaning that you’re nearly always in a full ground.

CityClubStadiumCap.
AlkmaarAZ AlkmaarAFAS stadion17,000
AlmeloHeracles AlmeloPolman Stadion12,080
AmsterdamAFC AjaxAmsterdam ArenA53,748
ArnhemVitesse ArnhemGelreDome25,000
BredaNAC BredaRat Verlegh Stadion19,000
DoetinchemDe GraafschapStadion De Vijverberg12,600
EindhovenPSV EindhovenPhilips Stadion35,000
EnschedeFC TwenteGrolsch Veste30,000
GroningenFC GroningenStadion Euroborg22,500
HeerenveenSC HeerenveenAbe Lenstra Stadion26,100
HelmondHelmond SportLavans Stadion4,100
KerkradeRoda JCParkstad Limburg Stadion18,936
NijmegenNEC NijmegenGoffertstadion12,500
RotterdamFeyenoord RotterdamDe Kuip51,117
RotterdamSparta RotterdamHet Kasteel11,000
RotterdamSVB ExcelsiorStadion Woudestein3,531
UtrechtFC UtrechtStadion Galgenwaard24,500
The HagueADO Den HaagCars Jeans Stadion15,000
VenloVVV VenloSeason Stadion - De Koel -8,000
ZwollePEC ZwolleMAC3PARK Stadion13,100