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A unique look behind the scenes
Tour duration: 60 minutes
Price per person: 10 euros
Minimum group size: 5 people

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Since 1928,  Amsterdam Olympic Stadium has been an icon of sport in The Netherlands. Nearly 90 years of sports history, anecdotes and unforgettable highlights come to life on our tours. Our enthusiastic tour guides take you through this memorable history and show you all the best stadium spots. Of course there is also the opportunity to ask questions and we encourage you to share your own memories and stories with us.


Amsterdam Olympic Stadium tours are booked on request: during the day and also on evenings and weekends. 

A guided tour lasts 60 minutes and can be given in English upon request. The minimum group size is five people and the cost is €12,50 per person. PIN payments are unfortunately not available. Payment can be by invoice or in cash at the start of your tour. 


The tour route is primarily good accessibility. Where necessary, we provide a modified route so that wheelchair or walker users can enjoy their visit optimally. There is an accessible toilet.

It is possible that certain rooms or locations in the stadium may be booked, for example for training or events. We will, of course, inform you when we must follow a modified route. 


Our school tours are aimed specifically at students from groups 7/8 in primary school. With an inspiring introduction from the best street footballer in The Netherlands – Rocky -- we bring the students along on the unique history of our country’s only Olympic Stadium. Of course, the students also get to do some sport.


The school tour lasts 90 minutes and consists of the following:

  • Introduction film
  • Interactive tour with sport component
    (special sportswear is not required) 
  • midfield moment
  • medal presentation


We can accept a maximum of 35 students per booking. The cost is 5 euros per student. We request that you bring one adult monitor for every 10 students. School group monitors’ entrance is free. If you have more students, then you will need to book them as a separate, additional group.

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