In the Bosuil stadium you study on “the holy ground”, or at least so it is considered by the ten thousands supporters of Royal Antwerp FC. It is the oldest football club in the country and is competing again for the first place in the highest football rankings. The fanaticism of her fan base is known and notorious and that is why it’s called the “hell of Deurne-Noord”. But during the week the stadium is a quiet oasis. You enter through the VIP entrance and then take a seat in the restaurant of the brand new tribune 1, where you can admire the impressive view of the perfectly maintained lawn and the old tribunes. Did you know that Pélé, Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo once roamed through the catacombs of this stadium? Admittedly, as players of the visiting team, but that does not make the anecdote less impressive. During a break you can stretch your legs and sniff the fresh air that vibrates with tension on a match day. Leave the fireworks at home, please.


Jan Welterslaan
2100 Antwerp

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WIFI - Free coffee - Free tea - Free water - Next to the stadium you can find the Bremweide, a large piece of land where you can get a breath of fresh air.

Extension wires are available at the reception in exchange for your ID card.

Wheelchair accessibility

The location is wheelchair accessible. Next to the reception there are 3 lifts that will take you to the 3rd floor.

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Time for a break

When you’ve seen enough of the stadium, you can get a breath of fresh air in the park De Bremweide, which is right next to the stadium. Around the corner is a giant supermarket Delhaize, where you can get a snack and a drink. Or join one of the authentic bars: The Royal or The Great Old and exchange some stories with the “Sinjoren”. Sooner or later the conversation will be about the performance of Antwerp, we warned you!

Getting there

Are you coming by bike? Put it in the immense parking or use the velo station that is a stone’s throw from the stadium (station 231 – Den Antwerp). Would you rather come by public transport? Tram 5 leaves every ten minutes, within walking distance of the stadium. You can plan your ideal trip with the De Lijn route planner.

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