The Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014 starts on Saturday. Every day, 15,000 people will come to the World Cup complex. Everything is in place to make sure you can access the grounds easily. Every day, 15,000 people will come to the gates. Everything is in place to make sure you can access the grounds quickly and easily.
Getting there and parking
The Kyocera Stadium has excellent public transport links and can be reached by metro and train. There is a shuttle service between the stadium and Leidscheveen metro station.
If you are coming to the Hockey by car, you can make use of one of the car parks. Please note: it is cheaper to buy a parking ticket in advance than on the day itself.
Something for everyone
There is plenty to do in the World Cup complex as well as watch hockey matches. A different World Cup country takes centre stage every day.
There is live music, you can visit the Westland Greenhouse and find out more about Dutch horticulture and buy hockey accessories in the Hockey Plaza. There is a lot for children to do as well, from arts and crafts, to story-telling and training sessions on the mini pitches. Find out what is happening on the day you plan to visit by checking the daily events programme. See more…