Host Cities // Rotterdam

Rotterdam is an important port city located in the Dutch province of South-Holland. In terms of residents, Rotterdam has been the second largest city in the Netherlands for a number of years. Rotterdam is a modern and international city, with many famous landmarks such as the Euromast, the Erasmus Bridge and Hotel New York.

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Four group matches and one quarter-final will be being played in Rotterdam. The group matches will be on July 17, July 20, July 23 and July 26. The quarter-final will be played on Saturday 29th July 2017. Please see the match schedule for a complete overview of all matches. 

The WEURO 2017 program:

July 17: Italy - Russia (group B) 

July 20: Netherlands - Denmark (group A) 

July 23: Scotland - Portugal (group D) 

July 26: Iceland - Austria (group C) buy tickets

July 29: Quarter final (winner group  B - runner up group A) buy tickets

Find out which WEURO 2017 corporate hospitality packages are available at stadium Kasteel by using the direct link to the corporate Hospitality flyer.

Het Kasteel

The first version of Het Kasteel, which was the first football stadium in the Netherlands, was built in 1916. Over the years that followed, stands around “Stadium Spangen” were expanded and renewed, although the most significant renovation happened in 1998/1999, when almost the entire stadium was rebuilt. The pitch was rotated, which meant the existing “Castle” became part of the stand along the sideline. The new stadium was re-branded as Sparta-Stadium “The Castle” and has a capacity of 11,000 seats.