Enjoy World Cup matches on big screens on Museumplein in Amsterdam

For fans of the Holland team in the World Cup, there is one place to go as the Netherlands play their last match of the group stage leg tonight (against Chile), and also as they continue their way towards the knockout stage afterwards.

The Museumplein in Amsterdam, just between the Van Gogh museum and the Rijksmuseum will be the venue where thousands of people will gather to watch the Dutch team fight their way towards a World Cup trophee. It is worth noticing that it might be that they will move the giant monitors to another area (with more space?!) if the Dutch team keeps winning, so if time arrives later for a semi-final and then a final, you might want to watch the games on another spot. More information on the official I Amsterdam page later on that subject, or maybe also here!

Good luck, and go Holland!

What Dutch TV channel will broadcast from the World Cup 2014?

I am a big fan of football and would love to watch the World Cup. What Dutch channel will broadcast from the World Cup, and is there a way in which I can watch this online?

Thank you for the brilliant question, and we are big fans of football ourselves. Hopefully the Holland team will enjoy greater success during the World Cup 2014 than during the European Championship in 2012, and that will make it far more interesting to watch the matches both on TV and online. In Holland the channel that will broadcast from the World Cup 2014 is NOS. You can find their website at www.nos.nl and what makes things even better is that they will broadcast all matches online at their website. The only requirement for you to watch the live broadcasts online is that you have a Dutch IP address, and you can easily get that if you want to watch the NOS World Cup broadcast from outside the Netherlands. Here you can find some useful links that will give you more information on the World Cup 2014 and NOS.

Enjoy the World Cup, and may the best team with Robben and the other stars win it all!