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Stadion Feyenoord
De Kuip
2006 dekuip lucht
Full name Stadion Feyenoord
Owners Stadion Feijenoord N.V.
Location Rotterdam
Built 1935–1937
Opened March 27, 1937
Renovated 1994
Tenants Feyenoord
Netherlands National
Finalists of the KNVB Cup
Capacity 51,577

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Feyenoord Rotterdam
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Feyenoord Rotterdam

UEFA Euro 2000 stadiums
Jan Breydel Stadium (Bruges) · King Baudouin Stadium (Brussels) · Stade du Pays de Charleroi (Charleroi) · Stade Maurice Dufrasne (Liège)
Amsterdam Arena (Amsterdam) · GelreDome (Arnhem) · Philips Stadion (Eindhoven) · Feijenoord Stadion (Rotterdam)

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