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Jan Breydel Stadium

Jan Breydel Stadium
Former names Olympiastadion
Location Sint-Andries, Bruges, Belgium
Capacity 29,042[1]
Field size 105 x 68m
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1975
Expanded 1998
Tenants
Club Brugge
Cercle Brugge

Jan Breydel Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Sint-Andries, Bruges, Belgium. The city-owned stadium is the home stadium of two top-flight association football clubs, Club Brugge and Cercle Brugge. It is used mainly for football matches, which cost between €5 and €60/seat/match.[2] The stadium was built in 1975. It currently has 29,042[1] seats. It is named after Jan Breydel, an instigator of the Bruges Matins, the insurgency that led to the Battle of the Golden Spurs. Prior to 1999 and the Euro 2000 Championship the stadium was known as Olympiastadion, the Olympic stadium in Dutch, and had 18,000 seats.

Contents

  • Average attendances 1
  • Euro 2000 Matches 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Average attendances

The average season attendances from league matches held at the Jan Breydel for Cercle Brugge and Club Brugge.[3]

Season Cercle Brugge Club Brugge
1990-91 3,941 12,500
1991-92 3,659 11,970
1992-93 3,659 11,529
1993-94 3,647 10,176
1994-95 3,312 10,618
1995-96 4,129 14,176
1996-97 4,021 13,824
1997-98 ? 13,676
1998-99 ? 12,324
1999–2000 ? 14,249
2000-01 ? 16,265
2001-02 1,491 17,854
2002-03 2,506 20,976
2003-04 5,103 23,716
2004-05 5,156 24,432
2005-06 5,945 25,329
2006-07 6,552 25,034
2007-08 10,101 26,368
2008-09 10,502 26,085
2009-10 8,833 24,368
2010-11 7,775 24,113
2011-12 8,509 24,368
2012-13 8,459 24,433

Euro 2000 Matches

Date Result Round
11 June 2000  France 3–0  Denmark Group D
16 June 2000  Czech Republic 1–2  France Group D
21 June 2000  Yugoslavia 3–4  Spain Group C
25 June 2000  Spain 1–2  France Quarter-finals

References

  1. ^ a b http://www.stadiumguide.com/janbreydel/
  2. ^ http://www.stadiumguide.com/janbreydel.htm
  3. ^ "european football statistics". Retrieved 10 July 2011. 

External links

  • www.clubbrugge.be
  • www.cerclebrugge.be
  • Jan Breydel: Photos stadium

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