Philips Stadium

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Enjoy more than a century of sports history in the ultramodern Philips Stadium, in the Frederiklaan, Eindhoven. This is where PSV once started. The stadium tour takes you along the pitch - “But don’t touch the grass! It’s illegal”, says an enthusiastic visitor -, the players’ tunnel, and the dressing rooms, but you also get to see special places, such as the press centre, the VIP box, and the sponsors’ floor. And, after listening to all the great anecdotes about PSV, told by the “super friendly guide”, you will discover in the PSV Museum the rich history of what is probably the Netherlands’ most sociable top club.

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For the true PSV supporter or tourist, this is truly something to see in Eindhoven. Exceptional!” Thanks to …

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Enjoy more than a century of sports history in the ultramodern Philips Stadium, in the Frederiklaan, Eindhoven. This is where PSV once started. The stadium tour takes you along the pitch - “But don’t touch the grass! It’s illegal”, says an enthusiastic visitor -, the players’ tunnel, and the dressing rooms, but you also get to see special places, such as the press centre, the VIP box, and the sponsors’ floor. And, after listening to all the great anecdotes about PSV, told by the “super friendly guide”, you will discover in the PSV Museum the rich history of what is probably the Netherlands’ most sociable top club.

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For the true PSV supporter or tourist, this is truly something to see in Eindhoven. Exceptional!” Thanks to its location, a visit to the stadium is ideal in combination with a tour of Eindhoven, between the city centre and Strijp-S, the creative hotspot of Eindhoven. In the Philips Museum, you find out everything there is to know about the electronics giant that once founded PSV, but you’re also really close to the beautiful surroundings of the  sportcomplex: PSV Campus De Herdgang.

“An amazing experience, even if you aren’t a football fan!”
See where great players such as Rómario, Ronaldo, Van Nistelrooij, and Memphis changed their clothes, and experience interactively the “Red/White” inside the museum. Enjoy an excellent lunch or dinner in one of the restaurants of the Philips Stadium: the restaurant Avant-Garde, the brasserie De Verlenging, or the Asian restaurant Ikigai. The entire family will surely enjoy the stadium, or, as this guest put it: “It was great to see the ins and outs of the stadium [...] The children thought it was great fun! The museum was also nice! An amazing experience, even if you aren’t a football fan!”

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  • every Mondayfrom 10:00 to 18:00
  • every Tuesdayfrom 10:00 to 18:00
  • every Wednesdayfrom 10:00 to 18:00
  • every Thursdayfrom 10:00 to 18:00
  • every Fridayfrom 10:00 to 18:00
  • every Saturdayfrom 09:00 to 17:00
  • every Sundayfrom 09:00 to 17:00