VRA Cricket Ground is one of the finest cricket grounds of Amstelveen (Netherlands). Since 1939 the ground is a home of VRA Amsterdam. The ground was inaugurated in 1939 with a purpose to host all the cricket matches held in Netherlands. This is one such ground of the world that is only meant for cricket and no other game. The seating capacity of the ground is 4,500 people thus providing a lifetime opportunity to the people of Amstelveen to see their players perform live in front of them.
VRA Cricket Ground generally plays the role of an excellent host to the Netherlands cricket team, especially when they show active participation in the Intercontinental Cup, world Cricket League, and CB40.
This green ground was first used when the Netherlands played against New Zealand for international cricket. They ground is known to have hosted a number of One Day Internationals. It also played host to the Videocon Cup in 2004, and the Cricket World Cup in 1999. Later the ground was also used for the ICC Trophy in 1990.
The ground gained its popularity when it hosted its first ODI in 1999, when Kenya played against South Africa. Thereafter, the last ODI was held at the ground in 2010, when Ireland played against Scotland.