Dutch Eredivisie side FC Twente will be playing their match in the third preliminary round of the Champions League at the Gelredome in Arnhem.
Twente normally play their matches in Enschede but their current stadium doesn’t meet UEFA’s requirements.
The stadium is undergoing a large reconstruction but this isn’t expected to be finished in time for the preliminary round match.
The Gelredome in Arnhem was constructed in the late nineties and was the second stadium in the Netherlands to have a roof, and the first to have a pitch that can be rolled out of the venue.
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