Van Zandvlietplein 1
3077 AA Rotterdam
Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters
Disabled Supporters Group
Access Information for Disabled Supporters
Getting there and Parking
On match days, local trains between Rotterdam Centraal Station and Dordrecht stop at the Stadion Feijenoord station. Stadion Feijenoord station is located next to the De Kuip stadium.
Wheelchair users wishing to travel from Rotterdam Centraal Station are advised to book assistance and a wheelchair user space at least 48 hours prior to travelling by telephoning +31 (0) 30 235 78 22 (open 24 hours, 7 days a week)
For further information on accessible train travel in Rotterdam, please see here
From Rotterdam Centraal Station, take tramline 23 or 12 in the direction of Beverwaard and alight at Stadion Feijenoord. Please note tramline 12 is service on matchdays only.
From Zuidplein, take the metro towards Centraal Station and transfer at Wilhelmina Square Station. Then take tramline 23 in the direction of Beverwaard and alight at Stadion Feijenoord.
From Lombardijen Station, take tramline 1 in the direction of Charlois, or tramline 20 in the direction of Centraal Station. Alight at Breeplein, the stadium is located approximately 1km from here.
From Rotterdam Centraal Station, take bus line 48 and alight at South Station. From here, it is an approximate 10-minute walk to the stadium
From Zuiplein, take bus line 71 and alight at Maasstad Clara (Olympiaweg) stop. From here, it is an approximate 5-minute walk to the stadium.
All metro and train stations except two in Rotterdam (Hofplein and Wilgenplas) are accessible for wheelchair users.
Several RET bus and tramlines are accessible for wheelchair users. On these routes, buses have low-level floors and trams have level access.
Accessible bus and tramlines can by identified by the wheelchair sticker placed at these stops.
The nearest airport is Rotterdam – The Hague Airport, located approximately 6 kilometres from Rotterdam city centre. From the airport, take shuttle bus 33 to Rotterdam Centraal Station and then take either the train, bus or tram from here to the stadium.
For further information about public transport in Rotterdam please visit the RET website
Getting a Ticket
Spectator Viewing areas
According to the club’s website, wheelchair user spaces are located in the Olympiatribune and in the Willem Van Hanegem Tribune.
Useful Publications and Policies
For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 13 different languages here.
More Stadium Photos
External accessible entrance
Should provide enough space for a wheelchair user to be able to complete a full turn
Internal accessible entrance
Ramp should be of a slight gradient so that a wheelchair user can easily use it. Contrasting colours should be used to increase visibility.
Sightlines from wheelchair user area
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