Newcastle United travel to Holland on Saturday (4th August) for a pre-season friendly against ADO Den Haag (5pm kick-off local time).
And our Dutch opponents have issued the following information for any Magpies fans traveling to the fixture.
Tickets for the away section can be purchased through Ticketbox in any Primera bookstore in the Netherlands (for further information, click here). Please note, tickets are not available to buy online.
You can also buy tickets on the day of the game in the away team zone near entrance 22-24. Newcastle fans can enter the stadium from 3.30pm, with kick-off at 5pm.
Tickets cost €14 and parking is available next to the away team zone.
ADO Den Haag's Kyocera Stadium is just outside the city, near the highway, with public transport the best way to get there.
The Hague Tram Company (HTM) offers transportation to and from the stadium on matchdays. A RandstadRail tram will take you from the Central Station to Ypenburg, near the ground.
RandstadRail 3 and 4 stop at Forepark (a 12 minute walk), or tramline 19 stops at The Hague Ypenburg train station (13 minute walk).
Buses are also available, with the number 33 stopping at The Hague Ypenburg train station, and the number 60 stopping at Tiber or Dinkel (one per hour).
A spokesman for the club said: "We are very happy to welcome you as guests to Den Haag (The Hague) - the residence of the Dutch queen, the royal family, the government and the city of peace and justice.
"Our beautiful city centre has big public squares full of terraces, shops and restaurants, and the beach is only ten minutes from the Central Station, via tram number 1 or 9."
Anyone attending the match must be in possession of a valid ticket and proper identification, which must be shown if and when requested.
ADO Den Haag's security team are responsible for searching all spectators and stewards are available for any questions you may have.
It is an offence to be under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs during both the journey to the stadium and the match itself. It is also an offence to carry fireworks and any pitch invaders will face a fine of €15,000.