Abe Lenstra Stadion
Sportstad Heerenveen
Abe Lenstra Stadion
Location : Heerenveen
Opened : 1994
Capacity : 26,000
Club : SC Heerenveen
SC Heerenveen

The Abe Lenstra Stadium is the stadium of SC Heerenveen. It is named after the footballer Abe Lenstra; considered to be the greatest Heerenveen player in the history of the club.

The stadium was opened in 1994 by Prince Willem-Alexander of the Dutch royal family. The original plan for the stadium was to include open corners, but was changed during construction.

In 2007, the stadium was used for a number of games for the Under 21 European Football Championship.