Your visit to the ISU World Allround Championships

All practical information about your visit to the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships


Bring your e-ticket
You have received your e-ticket from Paylogic by email. Make sure that you bring your e-ticket (printed or on your smartphone). Important information, such as visitors entrance and your seat number, can be found on the e-ticket. Access to the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championship event is provided when showing a valid entrance ticket and Identification Card.

Start lists and results
During the tournament the most current participant list, start lists and results will be shown on Keep an eye on the webpage and the social media channels of De Coolste Baan van Nederland (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) for the latest news regarding the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships.

Dress warmly
The ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships is a tournament held in the open air. Consider various weather conditions. We recommend to dress warmly when you’re visiting the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships. Consider thermoclothing, a winter coat, cap, gloves, ski pants and/or rain jacket. It is not allowed to bring an umbrella with you.

We like to refer to the house rules which apply during your visit to the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships. At the entrance, inspection will be applied and visible and non-visible measures have been taken to make the event as save as possible. We advise visitors against bringing any bag larger than a A4-format so that the bag control can continue its work as quickly as possible. It is prohibited to bring your own food & drink consumptions in to the stadium.

Route and accessibility
Public Transport
We advise all the visitors to come by public transport. Bus line 62, bus line 347 and tram line 24 stop in front of the Olympic Stadium (stop Olympisch Stadion) and with the metro, line 50 (stop Amstelveenseweg) there is a walking distance of five minutes. From Station Zuid, it is a twenty minute walk to the Olympic Stadium of Amsterdam. The public transport of Amsterdam is completely cashless. Make sure that you have enough balance on your OV chipcard.

Parking on Friday
Are you coming by car? We advise you to park in the parking lot P1, P4 and P5 at the Amsterdam ArenA area. From this location you can take the metro (line 50, into the direction of Isolatorweg, stop Amstelveenseweg) to the Olympic Stadium. At the above mentioned parking lots there is a pay terminal where you can buy you parking ticket for the event rate €12,00. We recommend to buy the parking ticket at arrival in the parking lot.

Parking on Saturday and Sunday
On Saturday and Sunday you can park in the area Zuidas. Q-park has several parking garages in this area. Via the following link you can order a parking ticket for €15,00. This way you have a guaranteed parking place. From the Q-park you are able to walk to the Olympic Stadium. It is also possible to take the metro from Stadion Zuid to the Stadium (metro line 50, direction Isolatorweg, stop Amstelveenseweg).

Note: In the surrounding of the Olympic Stadium are no parking facilities available!

Kiss and ride
The Kiss and Ride is at the Van Tuyll van Serooskerkenweg in Amsterdam. The Kiss & Ride is only available to drop off and pick up visitors of the ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships. Parking is not allowed.

You can find the provisional competition program here. The program can be modified on the day itself. Keep an eye on the website and the social media channels for the most current programs of the tournament.

In case of questions, take a look on our website Question about the e-ticket, please contact Paylogic directly through and add the order number or call with the helpdesk 0900-72956442.

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