Anyone wishing to visit a Feyenoord match at De Kuip as a journalist or photographer must have valid Feyenoord accreditation. This should be applied for via e-mail, no later than three working days before the match. You can also apply for a parking ticket. Please mention the following information in your e-mail:
- Media company
- Job title
- Phone number
- NSP- or AIPS-number
- Parking ticket: yes/no
Bearing in mind the limited number of places available, accreditation for matches against Ajax, PSV or European matches should be applied for no later than five working days before to the match. Accreditation is available only to representatives of the media that hold a valid NSP or AIPS card. Feyenoord reserves the right to refuse entry based on the club’s internal rules and/or limited availability.
If your application for accreditation is approved, you will receive an e-mail confirmation and a parking ticket (if requested and available). To pick up your accreditation card, present your confirmation together with proof of your identity at the press window. The press window is situated by entrance 7-10 of the stadium. Please find a floorplan of the stadium here. The press window opens two hours before kick-off on matchday. After you received your accreditation card you can proceed to the press centre.
Journalists have access to the press box via the press centre. The press box is located on the first tier of the ‘Maastribune’. Please note that big matches may attract more applications than there are available seats in the press box. In that case, cards will only be issued for the press centre, where the match can be followed on TV.
Photographers can pick up a photographer’s vest in the press centre, which must be worn at all times. You will be assigned a place behind the goal or on the 16-metre line and you need to stay behind the boarding at all times. Please follow the instructions of our stewards. Photography from the stands is not permitted.
If your accreditation application is refused, you can visit Feyenoord matches at De Kuip as a spectator. Please visit match tickets information page for more information.
Interview positions for broadcast media rights holders
At the end of the match the players of Feyenoord and the opposing team are available for interviews with representatives of media rights holders (radio and TV) on request. Due to the limited space, no access can be granted to representatives of media that are not rights holders or to representatives of the press.
At the end of the match, as many players of Feyenoord and the opposing team as possible pass through the mixed zone in the ‘Maashal’ behind the ‘Maastribune’ as they leave the stadium. On your accreditation card you will find a coloured sticker which determines in which area of the mixed zone you can stand.
If you have a request for an interview with a player or member of staff, want to attend a press conference or have any other requests, please contact our press team via e-mail.