De Baandert

De Baandert

De Baandert was a multi-use stadium in Sittard-Geleen, Netherlands. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of Fortuna Sittard. The stadium was able to hold 22,000 people. It was closed in 1999 when Wagner & Partners Stadion opened.

The stadium hosted one international match of the Dutch national football team: a friendly played on May 27, 1992 against Austria (3-2).


Coordinates: 51°0′23″N 5°52′37″E / 51.00639°N 5.87694°E / 51.00639; 5.87694

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