Tag: De Kuip


Concerts banned at Feyenoord Stadium

No concerts at The Kuip anymore

Feyenoord Stadium in Rotterdam is set to receive millions of Euros in compensation after it was ordered to stop hosting concerts. IQ Magazine said Feyenoord Stadium has hosted concerts from the likes of Madonna, Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, U2 and Rammstein. The 51,117-capacity Feyenoord... » Read more


De Kuip redo plans renderings revealed

New idea for Rotterdam's De Kuip

De Moderne Kuip (DMK) – the organization which has taken up the task of revamping the home ground of the Eredivisie club Feyenoord – the De Kuip in Rotterdam, Netherlands – has unveiled renderings vis-à-vis the redevelopment plans. ‘ad.nl’ stated that the renderings revealed... » Read more


Feyenoord Rotterdam venue plans lay an egg

Feyenoord cancels stadium plans

The Dutch professional football club Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands) have shelved plans to build a new €385 million stadium on the Maas River, citing “enormous uncertainties in the financial commodity markets”. ‘The Athletic’ stated that the stadium was set to house 63,000... » Read more


Feyenoord City project feels COVID-19 heat

Feyenoord new stadium update April 2020

The Feyenoord City project is almost in the doldrums and the €1 billion project could theoretically collapse over the ongoing pandemic. Should that be the case, a new proposal is in the offing on how the old De Kuip could be reinvented. Feyenoord City is an urban development project in the Dutch... » Read more


Feyenoord Stadium opening suffers setback yet again!

Feyenoord new stadium Nov 2019 update

Feyenoord Stadium – known more by its nickname De Kuip – is a stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It is for the second time in 2019 that Feyenoord was forced to defer the opening of the new arena boasting capacity of 63,000. It is expected to go on stream no sooner than 2025. AD.nl /... » Read more


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