3 days in the Dam, somewhere between the Banana bar, the Old Sailor and the Old Wembley.
They should have booked Amsterdam and stayed there if they don’t have tickets,pointless going to Rotterdam.
Bit older than that, I'm a bit old to have a teenagerTell them to book a cheap A'dam hostel and enjoy what the city has to offer.
What age are the boys? Guessing U20 what other City in the world can you pump a midget walk next door and pump a Russian bird that looks like a supermodel?
It depends, they might enjoy just going out as pals and having a few pints.
Luckily I read these replies to them before they had paid any money. Flights now changed to Amsterdam, so I can stop worrying now.It depends, they might enjoy just going out as pals and having a few pints.
But all the bears are basically staying in Amsterdam for the whole trip and travelling to Rotterdam for the game then back again.
If they want to mix and take over with Rangers supporters then they have definitely picked the wrong city.
I see they have Young Boys tickets on sale (Feyenord website) but not our game, i'm assuming the Rangers game tickets go on sale after they play Young Boys or is our game a sell out already? Viagogo etc don't have anything either.Best idea mate is to wait until they go on general sale on the Feyenoord website and order them. However, as they won’t sell to outwith NL addresses, get them delivered to your hotels address, wherever you are staying. Not 100% if this will work but seems like a decent idea
I’ve looked several times and it has every Feyenoord game apart from the one v Rangers ??
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Not sure if that would be the best place to go, i know Rapid opened up the section next to the bears last season, i had bought a ticket for that myself and had a great time but don't see Feyenoord doing the same. I went in the home end in 2002 , in the Olympiatribune stand and didn't get any bother but the bit beside where the bears were, looked pretty mental.Any bears booked tickets yet? Probably looking like we’re going to attempt for section HH next to the away section
Anywhere in the centre will be good enough - most hotels within the centre ring are an easy walk but there's so many trams that being outside is still decent enough.Is it best to book hotels in the vicinity of Dam Square then lads?
I've provisionally booked 2 decent ones.
Gawna give this a go as well, cheers mate!https://acties.feyenoord.nl/kaartverkoopinformatie/feyenoord--rangers-fc&nodeId=5840
On Feyenoords website it's saying general public can buy up to 4 tickets from saturday onwards. I'd heard that last time their "ultras" deliberately got tickets right beside us - probably to attempt that pathetic "charge" like the did at Ibrox.
Lalsger's probably right that a main stand or family section ticket is probably your best bet!
I've signed up on Feyenoords website and I reckon that's all you need to get tickets on Saturday but unsure about needing a dutch address etc just now.