Fortuna has been playing its home games at the Fortuna Sittard Stadion, located at Bedrijvenstad Fortuna, since November 1999.

The venue opened at the time with a friendly against Schalke '04. The opening game ended in a draw (1-1). Andrew Wright became the first Sittard goalscorer.

Over the years, the home ground changed names from time to time. Since 2014, the stadium has been renamed the Fortuna Sittard Stadion. Today, the stadium is home to both the men's and women's teams and can accommodate over 12,000 supporters.

The Fortuna Sittard Stadion has several multifunctional rooms. Curious about the possibilities? Please contact us at:

Visitors information

The reception desk at the stadium is open Monday through Friday during regular business hours (09:00 - 17:00).

Fortuna Sittard Stadion
Milaanstraat 120
6135 LH Sittard


The Fortuna Sittard Stadion has a central location in relation to major arterial roads such as the N276, the N294 and the A2, making it easy to reach by car. On match days, please be aware of busy roads in the immediate vicinity of the stadium.


There are several parking options in the immediate vicinity of the stadium, including the parking garage under the Fortuna Sittard Stadion. This can be used outside match days at the regular rate.

On matchdays, several external parking lots in the immediate vicinity of the stadium are used, as listed below:

Parking lot

Navigation address

P1 – Parking garageLissabonlaan€8,00 / Sponsors
P2 ParijsboulevardNot available
P3MadridstraatNot available
P4Parijsboulevard (255)
P5 – Sabic
P6 – Ballorig
P7 – Pitground

Please note that there is a parking ban at Bedrijvenstad Sittard, with enforcement for illegal parking.

Public transport

The Fortuna Sittard Stadion is also easily accessible by public transportation. There are several bus lines running from Sittard train station to the stadium. Choose bus stop Parisboulevard/Stadion or bus stop Sportzone. From these stops it is a few minutes walk to the stadium.