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De Grolsch Veste
Epi Drost Stadium
De Grolsch Veste
De Grolsch Veste
Full name De Grolsch Veste
Former name(s) Arke Stadion (1998–2008)
Owners FC Twente
Location Enschede, The Netherlands
Broke ground 31 January 1997
Built 1997-1998
Opened 10 May 1998
Expanded September 2008
Tenants FC Twente
Capacity 30,206
Surface Grass

De Grolsch Veste, previously known as Arke Stadion is the stadium of football club FC Twente. It is located in Enschede, Netherlands, at the Business & Science Park, near the University of Twente. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 30,205 with a standard pitch heating system and has a promenade instead of fences around the stands. It will host the final of the UEFA Women's Euro 2017.

External links

FC Twente
Football Club Twente

Current seasonClub honoursCoaching staffSquadsPlayersDe Grolsch Veste
History: Seasons

Eredivisie stadiums 2016-17

Abe Lenstra Stadion · AFAS Stadion · De Adelaarshorst · Amsterdam ArenA · Euroborg · Galgenwaard · GelreDome · De Goffert · De Grolsch Veste · IJsseldeltastadion · Sparta Stadion Het Kasteel · Koning Willem II Stadion · De Kuip · Kyocera Stadion · Parkstad Limburg Stadion · Philips Stadion · Polman Stadion · Stadion Woudestein

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