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Football packages to Ajax

Fixtures 2022 | 2023

6

aug

2022

Fortuna Sittard

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Ajax

Fortuna Sittard Stadion

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14

aug

2022

Ajax

vs

Groningen

Amsterdam ArenA

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21

aug

2022

Sparta Rotterdam

vs

Ajax

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28

aug

2022

Utrecht

vs

Ajax

Stadion Galgenwaard

Eredivisie

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3

sep

2022

Ajax

vs

Cambuur

Amsterdam ArenA

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10

sep

2022

Ajax

vs

Heerenveen

Amsterdam ArenA

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18

sep

2022

Alkmaar

vs

Ajax

AFAS Stadion

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1

oct

2022

Ajax

vs

Go Ahead Eagles

Amsterdam ArenA

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8

oct

2022

Volendam

vs

Ajax

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15

oct

2022

Ajax

vs

Excelsior

Amsterdam ArenA

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22

oct

2022

Waalwijk

vs

Ajax

Mandemakers Stadion

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30

oct

2022

Ajax

vs

Vitesse

Amsterdam ArenA

Eredivisie

fr €

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6

nov

2022

Ajax

vs

PSV Eindhoven

Amsterdam ArenA

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13

nov

2022

Emmen

vs

Ajax

De Oude Meerdijk

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8

jan

2023

NEC

vs

Ajax

Tynecastle Park

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14

jan

2023

Ajax

vs

Twente

Amsterdam ArenA

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22

jan

2023

Feyenoord

vs

Ajax

Feijenoord Stadion

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fr €

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26

jan

2023

Ajax

vs

Volendam

Amsterdam ArenA

Eredivisie

fr €

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29

jan

2023

Excelsior

vs

Ajax

Eredivisie

fr €

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5

feb

2023

Cambuur

vs

Ajax

Eredivisie

fr €

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12

feb

2023

Ajax

vs

Waalwijk

Amsterdam ArenA

Eredivisie

fr €

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19

feb

2023

Ajax

vs

Sparta Rotterdam

Amsterdam ArenA

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26

feb

2023

Vitesse

vs

Ajax

Gelredome

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5

march

2023

Ajax

vs

NEC

Amsterdam ArenA

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12

march

2023

Heerenveen

vs

Ajax

Abe Lenstra Stadion

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19

march

2023

Ajax

vs

Feyenoord

Amsterdam ArenA

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26

march

2023

Go Ahead Eagles

vs

Ajax

Eredivisie

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2

april

2023

Ajax

vs

Fortuna Sittard

Amsterdam ArenA

Eredivisie

fr €

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9

april

2023

Ajax

vs

Emmen

Amsterdam ArenA

Eredivisie

fr €

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16

april

2023

PSV Eindhoven

vs

Ajax

Philips Stadion

Eredivisie

fr 191 €

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23

april

2023

Ajax

vs

Alkmaar

Amsterdam ArenA

Eredivisie

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30

april

2023

Groningen

vs

Ajax

Eredivisie

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21

may

2023

Ajax

vs

Utrecht

Amsterdam ArenA

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28

may

2023

Twente

vs

Ajax

De Grolsch Veste

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About football packages with Ajax

Ajax, or Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax which is the complete name, is one of three really big clubs in Dutch football. The other two are PSV Eindhoven and Feyenoord. During periods in the past, Ajax has dominated both the domestic and European football.

The home stadium of Ajax is spacious to say the least, but nonetheless fills up quickly. This is especially true when a significant game is coming up. Another problem is that only Dutch citizens are allowed to purchase tickets online or in person at the stadium. When making football trips with Ajax, your best bet is to book a package trip that includes game ticket, hotel and flights, or just ticket and hotel.

Ajax was formed in a coffee shop in Amsterdam by a few high school students. The year was 1883, and since then Ajax has been number one in Holland. The name of the club comes from the Greek hero with the same name. A plethora of famous players have played in Ajax through the years. Johann Cruyff was the great leader during the successful 70’s, and in recent years Dennis Bergkamp, Marco van Basten, Wesley Sneijder and Zlatan Ibrahimovich have been leading the way. Since the beginning Ajax has won 30 League titles and 18 Cup titles. It has also emerged victorious once in the UEFA Cup/Europa League and four times in the European Cup/Champions League (the latest in 1995).

Other things to do in Amsterdam

When visiting Amsterdam you shouldn’t miss taking a boat ride on its canals. The canals are actually a world heritage. Amsterdam is a city with a big focus on culture, and you will find many museums here, some of which are dedicated to the painters Rembrandt and van Gogh. You can also visit Anne Frank’s house.

Briefly about Amsterdam ArenA

The Dutch team Ajax has played their home games at Amsterdam ArenA since 1996. The stadium is the largest in Holland and is often used for the Dutch national team’s games. Amsterdam ArenA was the first stadium in Europe with a retractable roof that covers the spectators as well as the field.

Amsterdam ArenA can take 52,960 spectators, and all under the roof. The second largest stadium for a football club in Holland is De Kuip in Rotterdam, which can hold a bit more than 51,000 spectators. Amsterdam ArenA is extremely high – a staggering 78 meters – which makes the stands very steep. Only the stands at Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid and at San Siro in Milan are steeper.

For over 30 years, since the mid 1930’s to the mid 1960’s, Ajax played their home games on the small De Meer stadium. During periods the stadium could handle up towards 30,000 spectators, but during the 1990’s, after the stadium was reconstructed to reach new safety and comfortability standards, the capacity was a measly 19,000. This made Ajax start to contemplate building a new stadium. The construction of the new stadium started in 1993 and was finished in the summer of 1996. In August of 1996 the stadium was inaugurated with an exhibition game between Ajax and Italian AC Milan.

Amsterdam ArenA hosted the Champions League final of 1998. During the finals of the 2000 European Championship, several games were played at the stadium. The 2012/13 Europa League final was also played at Amsterdam ArenA.

Amsterdam ArenA is part of a new, fashionable neighborhood in the southeastern parts of Amsterdam. There’s barely 10 kilometers between the stadium and the city center. You can easily take the train or the subway to the stadium. There is a combined train and subway station, Bijlmer ArenA, close to the stadium. The trip there takes around 15 minutes.