Holland Heineken House
The Holland Heineken House is a temporary meeting place for supporters, athletes and other followers at the Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics. There has been a Holland Heineken House at all the Olympic Games since 1992 in Barcelona, organized by Heineken and NOC*NSF.
The name Holland Heineken House has been chosen due to the alliteration and for the international appearance, despite the incorrect naming of the country involved. It was made with the purpose to have a place for the Dutch athletes to meet and greet and was expanded to a meeting place for supporters and became the basis for NOC*NSF, companies and the media.
|1992||Barcelona||Summer||A tent at the Port of Barcelona|||
|1996||Atlanta||Summer||Fourth level of a hotel|||
|2000||Sydney||Summer||On the quay of the Australian National Maritime Museum|||
|2002||Salt Lake City||Winter||Clubhouse of the West Ridge Golf Course|||
|2006||Turin||Winter||Sports complex of the University of Turin|||
|2012 ()||London||Summer||Alexandra Palace|||
|2014||Sochi||Winter||Azimut Hotel Resort|||
|2016||Rio de Janeiro||Summer||Clube Monte Líbano|||
- "De evolutie van het Holland Heineken House". perspagina.nl. 1 November 2010. Retrieved 3 May 2013.
- "Holland Heineken House 2010". vancouveraccess2010.com. 16 January 2010. Retrieved 3 May 2013.
- "Meer dan honderdduizend bezoekers Holland Heineken House". nusport.nl. 12 August 2012. Retrieved 3 May 2013.
- "Holland Heineken House dichter bij olympiërs dan ooit" (in Dutch). nusport.nl. 13 January 2014. Retrieved 24 January 2014.
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