FANS can finally sit down and enjoy themselves in Ajax’s stadium – not to watch any football but to dine out on the pitch itself.
Supporters can eat their dinner in a pop-up restaurant at Ajax’s Johan Cruyff Arena with tables laid out along the edge of the playing surface.
The Langs de Lijn eatery opened for business on Wednesday and punters can enjoy two culinary three-course menus provided by decorated chefs.
Customers get the full experience with a peek into the dressing room also included in the hospitality provided by the club.
Prices range from £50 to nearly £100 for the fancy stadium grub which you get to enjoy beside the hallowed turf.
The Ajax faithful were gutted when the Dutch league was axed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Erik Ten Hag’s side were sitting pretty at the top of the Eredivisie but were denied the title.
The season ended prematurely without any promotion or relegation with Ajax only ahead of AZ Alkmaar on goal difference as nine games went unplayed.
The country’s prime minister Mark Rutte outlawed football until September as Covid-19 took hold.
The club will still get the highest Champions League qualification spot despite not being able to lift the league trophy.
The only silverware football fanatics will be able to get their hands on is the cutlery used as they tuck in on the touchline.