Amsterdam ArenA
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Amsterdam ArenA
Full name Amsterdam ArenA
Owners Government of Amsterdam
Stadion Amsterdam N.V.
Location Amsterdam
Built 1993–1996
Opened 1996
Tenants Netherlands
AFC Ajax
Capacity 54,033
Field dimensions 105 × 68 m (115 × 75 yd)
Surface PlayMaster Hybrid Grass
Highest attendance 52,316
(Ajax 1–1 Feyenoord on 23 October 2011)

The Amsterdam ArenA, also known as Johan Cruijff Arena, is the biggest stadium in The Netherlands. The stadium is opened in the year 1996 and has a capacity of 53.052. From 2018, the stadium will undergo a name change to "Johan Cruijff Arena" after legendary Dutch footballer Johan Cruyff following his death in March 2016. It's the home stadium of AFC Ajax.

The stadium was used for Euro 2000 and will be one of stadiums used for Euro 2020. Finals of 1998 Champions League and 2013 Europa League took place in the stadium.

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Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax NV

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