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VV Bennekom

VV Bennekom
Full name Voetbal Vereniging
Founded 1954-09-29
Ground Eikelhof
Ground Capacity 4,000
Chairman Netherlands Jack Turkesteen
Manager Netherlands Henne Oostermeijer
League Hoofdklasse
2013–14 Saturday Hoofdklasse A
Home colours
Away colours

VV Bennekom is a football club from Bennekom, the Netherlands. The club plays in the Saturday Hoofdklasse B.


The club was founded in 1954, by youth from De Laar, a hamlet just east of Bennekom. The club quickly rose through the ranks of amateur football in the Netherlands, and won promotion to the Hoofdklasse in 1974, just after moving to a new ground in Bennekom itself. In the Hoofdklasse, Bennekom won two league titles, in 1981-82 and in 1987-88, and finished tied on first place in 1980-81 and in 1989-90, losing the decisive match in both cases. The club was relegated to the Eerste Klasse (First Class) in 1991, but secured promotion back to the Hoofdklasse after only one season.

Bennekom won the KNVB District Cup of the district East of the Royal Dutch Football Association in 1998-99 and in 2003-04.

Bennekom defeated professional side TOP Oss in the first round of the KNVB Cup 2003-04. In the second round, Willem II proved too strong.

Current squad

Last update: 19 July 2012[1][2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Netherlands GK Sjoerd Rensen
2 Netherlands DF Rik van Leeuwen
3 Netherlands DF Roel Kamphorst
4 Netherlands DF Geert van der Heiden
5 Netherlands DF Tom Verhaar
6 Netherlands MF Luciën Dors
7 Netherlands MF Leon Koopman
8 Netherlands MF Mees Heller
9 Netherlands FW Clint van der Wal
10 Netherlands FW Rogier Gerritsen
11 Netherlands FW Lennart van de Peppel
No. Position Player
13 Netherlands MF Philip van Berkom
14 Netherlands MF Rogier Wissink
15 Netherlands MF Abdulai Rogers
16 Netherlands MF Guido van Rijn
17 Netherlands FW Rence van der Wal
18 Netherlands DF Marco van Rooijen
19 Netherlands FW Kevin Sissing
20 Netherlands FW Altay Tomruk
22 Netherlands GK Kevin Moeliker
24 Slovakia DF Michael Foltan
Guinea DF Mamadou Kaba

Notable players


External links

  • Official site
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