From Haarlem/Schiphol (highway A9)
Parking at Amsterdam RAI: Take exit 9 to RAI Rivierenbuurt at the ring road A10 Zuid. Turn right at the end of the exit and follow the signs RAI 1-4.
Parking at Amsterdamse Bos: take highway A4 to Amsterdam at the interchange ‘Badhoevedorp’. The A4 turns into the ring road A10 Zuid. Take exit ‘Buitenveldert’, turn right at the end of the exit towards Amstelveen (Keizer Karelweg) and follow the signs P1.
From Utrecht (highway A2)
Parking at the Amsterdam RAI: at the end of the A2, follow the signs ring road A10 Zuid to Schiphol. Then take exit 9 to Amsterdam Buitenveldert. Turn right at the end of the exit and follow the signs RAI 1-4.
Take highway A9 to Haarlem/Schiphol/Amstelveen at the interchange ‘Holendrecht’. Take exit 5 ‘Amstelveen’, turn right at the end of the exit towards Stadshart/Noord (Keizer Karelweg) and follow the signs P1.
Anyone planning to come to the Hockey Women’s World Cup 2022 by car is advised to purchase a parking pass in advance. The area around the World Cup venue is reserved for permit holders, so parking is not possible in the immediate vicinity. If you have already purchased tickets and did not buy a parking ticket immediately, you can still order a parking ticket via this link. There are two parking options: the Amsterdamse Bos (P1) and the Amsterdam RAI.
At P1 in the Amsterdamse Bos there are 500 to 600 parking places available. From this location it takes about 10 minutes to walk to the entrance of the World Cup grounds. If P1 has reached its maximum capacity, you can only order parking tickets for the Amsterdam RAI.
Shuttle buses will take visitors from Amsterdam RAI to the World Cup site. You must exchange your RAI parking ticket for an exit ticket immediately upon arrival at the ticket desk in the entrance tent.
The shuttle buses can be used by anyone, including travelers who come by public transport (NS RAI). The last shuttle bus back to the parking lot departs from Wagener Stadium at 11:15 pm.
The Amsterdam RAI shuttle buses (from Entrance C) will start running on the following days and times:
- Saturday, July 2, from 12:00 p.m. onwards
- Sunday 3 July, from 2:00 p.m. onwards
- Wednesday 6 July, from 2:00 p.m. onwards
- Tuesday 12 July, from 10:00 a.m. onwards
The bus stop at the corner of the Kalfjeslaan and the Amstelveenseweg is about a 5-minute walk from the Wagener Stadium. If you are travelling by public transport you can visit 9292.nl (English version) to plan your personal route to the stadium. The entrance to the Wagener Stadium is located at the Nieuwe Kalfjeslaan in Amstelveen.