Ajax Tickets | Ajax Amsterdam Tickets

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Ajax tickets can be bought officially through Ajax’s official website ONLY along with a travel & hospitality package that includes several other services besides Ajax tickets such as a visit to Ajax’s youth facilities De Toekomst, a launch at the club’s bar or a visit to the Ajax museum named World Of Ajax. These packages are sold by Ajax’s own event organization company named Ajax Travel & Events. Such packages are offered for Eredivisie games as well as for Dutch Cup or European games.

Ajax Travel & Events has two offices in the Netherlands, one inside Amsterdam Arena and the other in Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. Here’s their contact information:

Ajax Travel & Events

Arena Boulevard 29
1101 AX Amsterdam Zuidoost
The Netherlands


Beechavenue 101
1119 RB Schiphol-Rijk
The Netherlands

E-mail address: travel@ajax.nl
Internet: http://www.ajax.nl/travel

It is important to know that when entering the stadium to attend an Ajax match you must have an official identity card (passport for foreigners) for proper identification.

You can also buy Ajax tickets offline through the Dutch TicketBox network or at the Amsterdam Arena ticket offices.

Ajax card members have priority when buying tickets, which means that it’ll be a bit more difficult to get Ajax tickets the regular way for important matches such as Ajax – Feyenoord or Ajax – PSV or Champions League events as well as for high security matches (Ajax – ADO Den Haag or Ajax – Utrecht) but for the rest it shouldn’t be a problem as there’ll be plenty of tickets on general sale. However, it is not recommended to wait until the last moment to buy your Ajax tickets as it’d be a shame to make the trip there not find an Ajax ticket.

There’s also an Ajax Supporter Desk available at (+31) (020) 311-1444 that you can call to find out whether there are any Ajax tickets on general sale for a certain match and when will they be available. If they are available, you can get your ticket from any TicketBox selling point the day previous to matchday as well as from the stadiums’ box offices on matchday. If they are not, there’s still a chance to get an Ajax ticket by getting a temporary club card for 6 EUR plus the ticket from Amsterdam Arena’s ticket offices. Do enquire at the Ajax Supporter Desk first whether any temporary club cards are available.

Offline ticket scalping and touting is not allowed by Dutch law and people found by the police to do such exchanges receive large fines.

Online – Ticket Exchanges

It is much easier to buy Ajax tickets online through ticket exchanges, but they do come at a slightly more expensive price.

On the Internet, there are a couple of specialized ticket exchange websites that sell Ajax tickets. These sites are basically the modern form of scalpers and they do offer both a wider range of tickets and a meeting place for ticket supply and demand so that tickets are much better priced compared to the unofficial offline alternatives. They are also legitimate businesses with safe methods in place for online ordering.


Out of all online ticketing alternatives, we like
WorldTicketShop the most. They are a Dutch company that buys and sells tickets to many events, including Ajax tickets. Here’s a summary of the Ajax tickets they currently have for sale:

Match Price (GBP) Date

They ship internationally at reasonable rates. Refunds are offered if matches get cancelled for any particular reason. They also offer a 120% refund in case they fail to deliver your tickets on time and you miss the match.


SeatWave is a UK company with a purpose similar to those already mentioned here: buying and selling soccer tickets. Their most important feature though is the fact that while WorldTicketShop is running out of stock quite fast and provide tickets usually only for the more important matches, SeatWave has plenty of stock, even a couple of days before the match and they also cover more obscure soccer matches and teams. Click here to check out their full stock of Ajax tickets.

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