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History of The Ajax Stadium Amsterdam

posted by istory on Oct 08, 2018 under Travel
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Almost always when you hear the word Amsterdam you think about music, young people, nightlife and a great place to make some unforgettable memories. I couldn’t agree more. This capital has everything a city should have.

 

Here you can find something to do for everyone, even for football fanatics. Football is the most popular sport in many countries in Europe and one of the most popular in the entire continent. 

 

The modern rules of football were issued in London in 1863 by The Football Association. The FA Cup was created in 1871, and the first match of national teams was played in 1873 between England and Scotland. 

UEFA is the governing body of European football since 1954. The main club competition is the UEFA Champions League, was played for the first time in 1955.

 

The most popular and powerful national leagues in the world are European, including English Premier League, Spain's Primera Division, Italian Serie A, the German Bundesliga and French Ligue 1.If you are a fan of this sport, or even if you are not, one thing is clear: You can’t be in this metropolis and not visit the iconic Ajax Stadium. 

 

In Amsterdam, as in all of Holland, football is loved with a great passion. Amsterdam Arena is the most modern football stadium in Amsterdam, and it’s also a very visited attraction in the city.

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