Agreed. I reckon you could rock up anywhere in Amsterdam and won’t be turned away unless you are are a complete dickhead.Some utter tosh on here again same as info on marseille,pubs in Amsterdam will let you in just like travelling on metro to the game there and back in Marseille don't believe everything you read
It requires a Dutch postcode and bank account.I have an anonymous ov-chip card (like an oyster card), this is going to get you the prices everyone pays (if you pay for individual tickets it costs more), however there is a 7.50 up front cost. you can pick these up from the ticket machines or the NS (train) service desks at the airport. You would have to get the balance of your card back from the service desks at the end (as long as there is less than 30 on it otherwise you have to send in for it, which seems like a pain). I have never done this so no idea if it is easy.
The way the people who keep up with modern technology are doing it is with their phones and debit cards: https://www.gvb.nl/en/customer-service/ovpay-check-and-out-your-debit-card/ovpay-how-it-works.
not sure how difficult it is for non-dutch bank accounts, as I have never done it.
this works for trains, trams, metros and busses. just remember to check in and out.
Just to add (you can guess the rest)I'm staying quite near the station, so very central. Perhaps we might start a non-headbanger "where to meet to watch the game in a nice pub" thread
(I am very peculiar so can easily see myself watching the game in my hotel room, but that would be a bit sad)