De Uithof

De Uithof was built in 1970. On January 2, 1973 Uithof officially opened its 400-meter icetrack and ice hockey hall.

It soon became a platform for a large number of skating tournaments. The 1979 Women’s World Cup and the 1983 European Men’s Championship took place at De Uithof .

Partly because of these successes, De Uithof expanded in 1983 with a second training hall. With the completion in October of that year, De Uithof became the largest skating center in Europe. The 400-meter track was covered and officially opened in November 1989.

In 2000, De Uithof changed from a skating center into a versatile sports center. De Uithof now offers a skislope, a go-kart track, a climbing wall and a health club. It also offers a restaurant and an après ski bar.


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2544 NL The Hague





Upcoming events for De Uithof

05 Jun 31 Aug 2017

Summer at De Uithof

This summer at De Uithof: 3 activities for €25,-! Want to have a fun day? Come to De Uithof! With a wide array of activities under one roof De Uithof is the ideal location for a sporty day. And now it's super cheap.

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