18 - 24
June 2019

Venue Guide

The six edition of the FIBA 3x3 World Cup takes place in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 18-23 June on the iconic Museumsquare in Amsterdam, which is also ‘the cradle of basketball’ in the country. An entire village is built on the square to combine 3x3 with a high dose of entertainment and create an authentic urban culture festival.

Brasserie 2050

Brasserie 2050, the restaurant of the future, gives a small taste of what to expect on our plate in 2050.  The Brasserie is an initiative of the Rabobank to make the global food issue negotiable and touchable. A place that doesn’t only stimulates the taste buds but also a place to start a good conversation. Because every dish tells his own story or illuminates a dilemma and is made from local, future-proof ingredients. Honest and especially delicious! For example karma Shawarma, made of celeriac. Do you taste the difference??! Or a no waste salad, from vegetables saved by instock. But it’s also the place to be for quick snacks or a delicious lunch. So hop by and let the future taste!


Address information:
1071 XX Amsterdam
The Netherlands


The Museum square is located in the busy center of Amsterdam. We advise you to travel with the public transport to the Museum Square because of the expected crowds.

 Travel with the Public transport

 If your starting point is Amsterdam, these are the best options:

  • From station Amsterdam Centraal: tram 2 & tram 12 (stop Museumplein)
  • From station Zuid: tram 5 (stop Museumplein)
  • From station Sloterdijk: tram 12 (stop Museumplein)
  • From Amstelstation: Tram 12 (stop Museumplein), or the subway to Weesperplein, from this location tram 7 or 10 ( halte spiegelgracht)
  • From the busstation Marnixstraat: tram 5 (stop Spiegelgracht), bus 170,172,174 &

197 (halte Rijksmuseum)

  • From Schiphol: bus 197, stop Rijksmuseum

 If your starting point isn’t in Amsterdam, then it’s possible to plan your trip to the Museum square with the public transport travel information (www.9292ov.nl) or call the public transport number: +31 (0) 900 9292.

 With the car

 In the direct area there are a few paid parking spots. There do is a secured Q-Park garage under the Museum square (Van Baerlestraat 33b, Entrance at the Concert building).