No country has given more to the modern game than the Netherlands and no single city has given more than Amsterdam. Simply put, it’s a nation that has reinvented, redefined and reshaped football as we know it. It’s also a history that is rich beyond just the names we know so well; the likes of Cruyff and Michels.

Join us for this exclusive long-form magazine – with only 2,000 copies available worldwide – dedicated to the history culture and impact of Dutch football across the world, bursting with original illustrations, never-before-seen photos, and features by some of the best football writers in the world.

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– The dimensions of a Dutch footballer

– Where is Winston Bogarde?

– Klaas is permanent: the Huntelaar way

– How Robben and Sneijder overcame their Madrid misery

– The defining 1970s

– The making of Ruud van Nistelrooy

– PSV: a decade of dominance

– Where has Dutch innovation gone?

– Art + War: the battle between Cruyff and Van Gaal

– Ruud Geels: the legendary Dutch goalscorer you know too little about

– Fifty years of Dutch football through Gullit and Rijkaard’s friendship

– Three shades of Orange in Milan

– The influence of the Netherlands on Barcelona and Real Madrid

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