Club: Fortuna Sittard | Opening: 1999 | Capacity: 12,800 seats
History and description
Fortuna Sittard Stadion got built in the late 1990s to replace Fortuna Sittard’s old De Baandert stadium, which did not meet standards of modern time.
The stadium officially opened on 14 November 1999 with a friendly match between Fortuna and Schalke 04, though the stadium had yet to be entirely completed.
Over the years, the stadium has had various names following naming rights sponsorship deals, including until 2008 Wagner & Partners Stadion and between 2008 and 2013 Trendwork Arena.
How to get to Fortuna Sittard Stadion
Fortuna Sittard Stadion is located on an office park on the south-western edge of the small city of Sittard at roughly 2 kilometres from Sittard’s city centre and railway station.
The walk from city centre or railway station takes 20 to 25 minutes. Alternatively, take a bus from the railway station, e.g. bus 32 or 38. The journey takes less than 10 minutes. Get off at stop Parijsboulevard/Stadion.
The stadium is easily reached by car from the N276 ring road that runs past the stadium, or the N294 that connects with the A2 motorway a few kilometres away. There is a decent amount of parking around the stadium.
Address: Milaanstraat 120, 6135 LH Sittard
Fortuna Sittard Tickets
Fortuna Sittard tickets can be bought online.
Fortuna Sittard don’t normally sell out but for high-profile matches booking in advance is recommended. Fortuna may require possession of a club card to be able to buy tickets for a number of matches.
Prices range from €17.00 for a seat behind the goal to €27.00 for a central seat at the main stand. Prices are increased for a few high profile matches.
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