Dutch football clubs are tightening security at stadiums this weekend following the terrorist attacks in Paris and the terror threat that stopped the friendly match between Germany and the Netherlands on Tuesday. There are no indications that an attack could happen at a Dutch station, but clubs like Ajax and Feyenoord decided to take extra measures to be safe. The Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam is also taking extra security measures.
Rotterdam football club Feyenoord and fans are annoyed that the club has been linked with the aggressive debate on a possible asylum center in the West-Brabant town of Steenbergen. They feel that there is no reason to do so and it puts the club in a bad light.
Concerns of violence around a debate on the housing of asylum seekers in Steenbergen, Noord-Brabant prompted local mayor Joseph Vos to order strict security measures to prevent rioting. Police will search anyone entering the area surrounding the community center meeting location for any item that may be used as a weapon, as well as balaclavas, masks and alcohol.
Rotterdam top-level football club Feyenoord netted a team-record 13.6 million euros profit from its 61.8 million recorded earnings for the 2014/2015 season. This revenue amount is also the most in club's 106-year history.
The Fontana dei Libri fountain in Rome is being renovated on Monday with money collected by a Dutch foundation. The foundation "Wij zijn Romeinen" decided to hold a fundraising following the Feyenoord supporter riots in the Italian capital earlier this year.
Former Oranje coach Bert van Marwijk has been appointed to coach the Saudi Arabia team. He signed a one year contract and is starting in September
The Feyenoord fans who were involved in the riots in Rome earlier this year, will be appearing in court before the end of the month. There are a total of 44 suspects between the ages of 17 and 41 years from all over the country
More than 20 thousand homes in Rotterdam have been without power since 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday
The new Feyenoord stadium is set to be an architectural marvel. Two global leaders in architecture have teamed up to design the stadium. The football company will also get a budget of 100 million euros for the project, the Telegraaf reports.
Feyenoord has not made it to the finals for the European ticket. The Rotterdam team's match against the Heerenveen soccer club ended in a 2-2 draw, but due to the team's previous defeat 1-0 defeat in Friesland, Feyenoord will not be progressing. Go Ahead Eagles was relegated from the Premiership after losing 1-0 in the semifinals of the playoffs for promotion or relegation against De Graafschap
A police officer who is a Feyenoord fan was assaulted outside an Excelsior supporters bar in Rotterdam on Sunday. A 47 year old man has been arrested.
Feyenoord fan Theo's last wish to attend the match between Feyenoord and Vitesse over the weekend, was fulfilled on Sunday. The 77 year old, terminally ill man watched his football team play in the Kuip.
The city of Rotterdam banned the Eredivisie match between Rotterdam Feyenoord and SBV Vitesse scheduled on Sunday, the Dutch football association KNVB reported on Thursday. Police in a tenuous contract negotiation with the Ministry of Security and Justice planned a short strike on Sunday, refusing to guard the event.
According to Zwolle football coach Ron Jans, King Willem-Alexander is an Ajax fan, while Queen Maxima supports Feyenoord.
The police have released photos of four more people suspected of being involved in the Feyenoord riots in Rome on February 18th and 19th. These four men are suspected of committing public violence.
The police have released more photos of people suspected of being involved in the Feyenoord riots in Rome in February. These suspects are wanted for public violence.
Yesterday the police released photos of another 12 people involved in the Feyenoord riots in Rome last month. These suspects are wanted for, among other things, public violence. At least 6 suspects have turned themselves in since the latest batch of photos were released.
Yesterday the police released photos of seven suspects involved in the Feyenoord riots in Rome last month. Four suspects have already turned themselves in since the photos were released.
Investigative television program Bureau Rijnmond and Politie.nl are releasing pictures of Rotterdam Feyenoord fans suspected of public violence in Rome. Many of the Dutch football team's fans were implicated in riots that took place before a Europa League match against AS Roma.
The Dutch company Konklijke Woudenberg will repair one of the more than 400 fountains in Rome that has historical value in a gesture of good faith after the damage caused by Feyenoord supporters last month, AD Reports. This decision was made after consultation with the local authorities.
Ajax hooligans tried to take revenge on Feyenoord supporters for the fire at the Ajax supporters' home, but were stopped by the police, RTV Noord Holland reports. The retaliation was planned for the mach between Heracles and Feyenoord on February 14th.
A Rotterdam detective unit started an investigation last week aiming to identify Rotterdam Feyenoord fans who rioted in Rome on February 18th and 19th before the Europa League match against AS Roma. From material collected, police has been able to identify 15 supporters suspected of public violence, police reveals.
The negotiations on the renovation of De Kuip have fallen apart over an amount of 15 million euros, according to René van Ierschot, President Commissioner of Feyenoord Stadium, NOS reports.
According to Rotterdam Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb, there is no possibility of Ajax fans being allowed to attend the classic match between Feyenoord and Ajax.