Date: Thursday 28 November
Venue: Feyenoord Stadium De Kuip, Van Zandvlietplein, Rotterdam
Kick off time: 6.55 Central European Time
Passports, visas and insurance
See the information and advice in our travel advice for The Netherlands and check with your airline about your passport/ID requirements well before you travel.
If you are a British national you don’t need a visa to travel to The Netherlands.
Remember to bring your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) with you. This covers emergency treatment only and does not cover repatriation. does not cover all medical treatment or repatriation, So we recommend that you also take out travel insurance before coming to the Netherlands – even if you’re only going for one night – it could save you a lot of money if you get into difficulties.
Carry your passport securely at all times. You must be able to show some form of photo ID if requested. A photocopy is not acceptable. Keep a copy of your passport in a safe place separate from your real passport. If you lose your passport while in the Netherlands you will need to apply for an Emergency Travel Document online which costs £100.
Getting to the stadium
The public transport website 9292 will give you public transport options for getting to the stadium. You can be fined for not carrying a validated ticket. You can buy tickets at vending machines located at some bus/tram stops and in metro stations.
At the match
The Feyenoord De Kuip stadium is situated in the south of Rotterdam and has a capacity of 51,000. You won’t be allowed to enter the stadium without a ticket. Please arrive well before kick-off. As in the UK you may be searched on the way into the stadium. Any dangerous or banned items will be removed eg. knives and drugs.
Please co-operate fully with any security instructions on the evening. It is not permitted to take alcohol into the stadium. Visiting supporters may be asked to remain in the stadium after the match to allow the home fans to disperse.