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FC Den Bosch

FC Den Bosch
Full name Football Club Den Bosch
Nickname(s) The Blue White Dragons
Founded August 18, 1965 (1965-08-18)
Ground de Vliert,
's-Hertogenbosch
Ground Capacity 8,500
Chairman Fred van der Hoorn
Manager René van Eck
League Eerste Divisie
2014–15 Eerste Divisie, 16th

FC Den Bosch (Dutch pronunciation: ) is a football club from 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.

It was founded August 18, 1965, as FC Den Bosch/BVV. It is the successor of BVV (1906) and Wilhelmina (1890). Its stadium is called 'De Vliert', an 8,500 all-seater. Ruud van Nistelrooy started his professional career at this club. In 2005 they finished bottom of the Eredivisie and were relegated.

Contents

  • Honours 1
  • Racism 2
  • Players 3
    • Current squad 3.1
  • Managers 4
  • Statistics 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Honours

1971, 1983, 1992, 1999, 2001, 2004

1963, 1966

Below is a table with FC Den Bosch's domestic results since the introduction of professional football in 1956.

Racism

During the 2012–13 KNVB Cup quarterfinal match against AZ, American forward Jozy Altidore was the target of racist chants. The club's director, Peter Bijvelds, blamed "malicious supporters making a scandalous mess of the evening". He said Den Bosch, AZ and the referee considered abandoning the match, but decided against it.[1]

"We can't deny that, certainly when we play top matches, we have a structural problem with a group of people who ruin things," Bijvelds told Dutch radio.

This racial incident, however, was a minor one, and gravely offended the vast majority of Den Bosch supporters. Following this incident, the club and fans went on a series of actions to rectify the image of the club and re-instate their strong stance against any forms of racism. Evident to this was a campaign launched by the club to equip a village in Africa with football kits and football equipment.

Players

Current squad

As of 1 September 2015

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2015

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Kees Heemskerk
2 DF Daan Disveld
3 DF Tim Hofstede
4 DF Dalian Maatsen
5 DF Jordy van der Winden
6 MF Paul Beekmans
7 FW Orlando Smeekes
8 MF Niek Vossebelt
9 FW Denis Pozder
10 MF Anthony Lurling (captain)
11 FW Furhgill Zeldenrust
12 MF Joey Belterman
13 MF Akin Arslan
No. Position Player
14 FW Kadeem Pantophlet
15 DF Sven Verlaan
16 FW Malcolm Esajas
17 MF Maarten Boddaert
18 DF Jeremy Fernandes
19 FW Jordy Thomassen
20 MF Juanjo Serrano
21 FW Jort van der Sande
22 GK Daan Bollen
23 MF Ayrton Statie
24 MF Bassou Boulghalgh
25 FW Arda Havar

Managers

Statistics

SEASON CLUBTOPSCORER GOALS DIVISION ATTENDANCE RANK MANAGER
1965–66 Frans Olde Riekerink 17 Tweede Divisie 6.640 1 Ben Tap
1966–67 Frans Olde Riekerink 14 Eerste Divisie 6.895 5 Ben Tap
1967–68 Ben Tinus 17 Eerste Divisie 7.670 3 Ben Tap
1968–69 Eef Mulders 9 Eerste Divisie 5.350 9 Ben Tap
1969–70 Eef Mulders 10 Eerste Divisie 3.810 5 Ben Tap
1970–71 Leo Ouwens 11 Eerste Divisie 8.400 1 Jan Remmers
1971–72 Ilja Mitić 9 Eredivisie 11.870 16 Jan Remmers
1972–73 Dick Beek 5 Eredivisie 8.645 18 Jan Remmers
1973–74 Dick Beek 6 Eerste Divisie 2.895 17 Jan Remmers
1974–75 Jos Peltzer 10 Eerste Divisie 3.085 10 Nol de Ruiter
1975–76 Jos Peltzer 10 Eerste Divisie 2.210 10 Nol de Ruiter
1976–77 Jan Peters 18 Eerste Divisie 2.415 12 Ad Zonderland
1977–78 Jan Peters 19 Eerste Divisie 3.517 8 Ad Zonderland
1978–79 Bert Nijdam 9 Eerste Divisie 3.700 7 Rinus Gosens
1979–80 Arie Romijn 16 Eerste Divisie 4.700 4 Rinus Gosens / Ad Zonderland
1980–81 Arie Romijn 10 Eerste Divisie 2.355 6 Ad Zonderland / Hans Verèl
1981–82 Arie Romijn 16 Eerste Divisie 2.870 5 Hans Verèl
1982–83 Wim van der Horst 17 Eerste Divisie 2.788 3 Hans Verèl
1983–84 Wim van der Horst 14 Eredivisie 7.154 10 Hans Verèl
1984–85 Peter van der Waart 12 Eredivisie 5.406 6 Rinus Israël
1985–86 Hans Gillhaus 16 Eredivisie 6.367 6 Rinus Israël
1986–87 Hans Gillhaus 17 Eredivisie 5.309 10 Theo de Jong
1987–88 Hendrie Krüzen 12 Eredivisie 3.938 7 Theo de Jong
1988–89 Mart van Duren 15 Eredivisie 3.803 7 Theo de Jong
1989–90 Peter Barendse 7 Eredivisie 3.521 17 Rinus Israël
1990–91 Jack de Gier 23 Eerste Divisie 1.334 17 Rinus Israël / Hans van der Pluym
1991–92 Geert Brusselers 13 Eerste Divisie 2.007 2 Hans van der Pluym
1992–93 Dirk Jan Derksen 10 Eerste Divisie 3.231 19 Hans van der Pluym
1993–94 Stefan Jansen 14 Eerste Divisie 1.626 11 Hans van der Pluym
1994–95 Orpheo Keizerweerd 7 Eerste Divisie 1.198 18 Hans van der Pluym
1995–96 Anthony Lurling 19 Eerste Divisie 2.735 3 Chris Dekker
1996–97 Ruud van Nistelrooy 12 Eerste Divisie 2.034 7 Kees Zwamborn
1997–98 Thijs Waterink 14 Eerste Divisie 2.405 4 Kees Zwamborn
1998–99 Harry van der Laan 30 Eerste Divisie 3.245 1 Kees Zwamborn / Martin Koopman
1999-00 Henk Vos 11 Eredivisie 4.240 18 Martin Koopman / Mark Wotte
2000–01 Bart Van Den Eede 23 Eerste Divisie 3.330 1 Mark Wotte / Jan Poortvliet
2001–02 Bart Van Den Eede 14 Eredivisie 5.190 16 Wiljan Vloet
2002–03 Stefan Jansen 20 Eerste Divisie 3.919 5 Gert Kruys
2003–04 Stefan Jansen 25 Eerste Divisie 3.701 1 Gert Kruys
2004–05 Koen van de Laak 6 Eredivisie 5.790 18 Henk Wisman / Jan van Grinsven ao
2005–06 Berry Powel 19 Eerste Divisie 3.388 7 Theo Bos

See also

References

  1. ^

External links

  • Official website


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