- Haarlem Stadion
Haarlem Stadion is a
stadiumin Haarlem, Netherlands, and the home stadium of the Dutch first-division football team HFC Haarlem. It is located in the North of Haarlem. It was built in 1907, with renovations in 1947 and during the eighties, including the replacement of the south stand, which is an all-seater stand.
Today, the stadium is comprised of two all-seater stands, with the east and west stands now unused since they no longer conform to the modern safety standards of today's football. The total capacity is 3,442 with 600 seats allocated to the visiting team. HFC Haarlem have plans for a new stadium to be build on the edge of the cityborders.
* [http://www.stadionoostpoort.nl New Stadium]
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