The current name has only been valid since 1974, but the predecessor of today's Feyenoord Rotterdam was founded in 1908 under the name Wilhelmina. One of the Netherlands' most famous clubs won the European Champions Cup in 1970 and has twice won the prestigious UEFA Cup (1974 and 2002). The 15-time winner of the Dutch top competition plays at the De Kuip stadium, which has a capacity of 51,137 spectators.
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Nicknames of this club are Pride of the North, Green-White Army or Farmers. The Pride of the Dutch North thus plays in green and white colours, which are both on the home jersey and the club emblem. Their shrine is the Euroborg Stadium, which holds a total of 22 579 spectators and has been open since 2006. It replaced the old Oosterpark Stadion, where the team had played since 1933. The Dutch football club was founded in 1915 in the town of the same name, Groningen.
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