There, on the square of the Binnenrotte right to the brand new Market Hall, the denouement took place on the third season of the Feyenoord Street League, a street football competition for children. At the end of a successful and pleasant afternoon Sportplaza FC, a team from Charlois, lifted the championship trophy.
The area around the Market Hall was transformed into a Feyenoord area. Thanks to the commitment of the organization a small football village was build up, which included four playing fields, the Feyenoord Soccer Pole arena and several shops like the Feyenoord Fanshop. The village was freely accessible to anyone who wanted to take a peek inside. Meanwhile DJ's and bands created a festive mood, while the weather was fine.
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Everybody who loves football and has warm feelings for Feyenoord and Rotterdam, had to be in the heart of Rotterdam last Wednesday.Read more