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OPENED IN 1913, IT HAS UNDERGONE DIFFERENT RENOVATIONS

The Philips Stadion, the 'home' of PSV

PSV plays its matches at the Philips Stadion, its 'home' since the club was founded. Although the stadium has undergone several renovations, the team has always played there.

The Philips Stadion are the grounds where PSV plays its home matches. Opened on the 31st of August, 1913, it is located in the area known as Philipsdorp, where the multinational company Philips is located. In 1933, its capacity was of 3,000 spectators and in 1941underwent a renovation, reaching 18,000.

With the end of the Second World War and the destruction of much of the city of Eindhoven, including the PSV Stadium, the facilities were repaired and its capacity was increased to 22,000 spectators in 1958. It then suffered other subsequent renovations that expanded it to its current capacity of 36,500 spectators. 

The Philips Stadion was one of the venues for the Euro2000 in Belgium and the Netherlands and is a stadium distinguished with 4-stars by UEFA, so it can accommodate a Europa League final. At this setting, Sevilla won a UEFA Cup in the final played opposite the English Middlesborough.

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