- Address: Roda JC Ring 1, Kerkrade
- Country: Netherlands
- Capacity: 19,000
- Opened: 15 August 2000
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Roda (football)
Extra stadium info – Parkstad Limburg Stadion
In 2005, the Parkstad Limburg Stadion hosted eight football matches for the tournament which is currently known as the FIFA U-20 World Cup. Six of those eight youth football matches were group-stage matches. The venue also hosted a quarter-final between Nigeria and the Netherlands. A capacity crowd of 19,000 attended the game, which was won by Nigeria after a penalty shoot-out. The Parkstad Limburg Stadion also hosted a semi-final for the tournament which is currently known as the FIFA U-20 World Cup. Nigeria won the game after defeating Morocco in front of 17,000 spectators.
The Parkstad Limburg Stadion opened with a football match between Roda JC and the Spanish club Real Zaragoza. Marcos Vales Illanes scored the first goal at the stadium in Limburg. Roda JC drew an average home attendance of 13,000 in their first Dutch top-flight football league season at the venue. The club was founded in 1962. Sportvereniging Roda Juliana Combinatie Kerkrade, also known as De Koempels, won the Dutch cup tournament in 1997 for the first time in their history. They won the title after beating sc Heerenveen 4-2. In 2000, Roda won the Dutch cup tournament for the second time in their history after defeating NEC.
Ronald Katarina Martinus Waterreus started his professional football career with Roda JC. He played his first games for Roda in 1992. Waterreus became the first goalkeeper who played for Roda before he played for the national football team of the Netherlands. He won the Dutch top-flight football league several times with PSV from Eindhoven. Waterreus played 285 top-flight league matches for PSV, one of the first Dutch football clubs with a continental championship title. He also played domestic top-flight league games for the Rangers from the United Kingdom, AZ from the Netherlands and Red Bull New York from the United States.