|Renovations||1949, 1961, 1980, 1994, 1995, 2003-2006, 2008|
|Address||Cambuurplein 44, 8921 RG Leeuwarden, Nederland|
Though Cambuur SC was only able to advance to the Eredivisie in 1992 for the first time, its stadium has been a significant location on the Dutch football map long before that. Opened for the first time in 1936 with only one stand, the stadium grew to 14,000 (three stands) in 1949 and was one of the first to have floodlights in 1961.
Further changes came in 1980, when the south and east stands were built, standing to this day. New main grandstand was opened in 1995, preceded in 1994 by north end. These four independent stands form an “English-style” stadium with open corners.
After 2000 several minor structural changes were carried out, like replacement of seats or technological upgrades. In November 2013 decision was made to build a new stadium, because the old one is neither up-to-date, nor big enough.
The Netherlands: Changes to Nieuw Cambuurstadion design
Rapidly rising prices of building materials forced modification of the future stadium in Leeuwarden. The amendments are aimed at keeping the project within the assumed budget.
Netherlands: Cambuur close to Eredivisie’s latest new stadium
They just secured promotion and within 2 weeks one more thing should be secured: funding for their new stadium. SC Cambuur are nearing happy end of a lengthy journey!
Netherlands: Cambuur stadium on track again after turmoil
The new 15,000-capacity stadium was hanging by a thread for three weeks but now seems to be safe once more, following successful talks with crucial partners in the project.
New design: First geothermal stadium in the Netherlands
It's not the first sports venue to be powered by geothermal energy but the first large stadium to supply its surroundings with this renewable form of power. Perhaps already in 2020.
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 1. The Leagues)
Numbers don’t lie: French Ligue 1 outgrew Italian Serie A as Europe’s fourth largest league. Premier League seems unlikely to catch up to Bundesliga, while Turkey, Ukraine and Scotland are down.
Netherlands: Why so few standing sections in Eredivisie?
While further countries are opening debates on re-allowing terracing into stadiums, in the Netherlands this is allowed for a decade. Still, only 6 Eredivisie clubs allowed standing sections. Why so few? Report by MetroNieuws.nl.
Stadium and design: Upcoming relocation for Cambuur?
They’ve just been promoted to Eredivisie first time this century. And already half a year later SC Cambuur have very solid plan of building their new stadium and remain a competitive top flight club.