AFC Ajax (amateurs)

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Ajax Zaterdag
Ajax logo
Full name Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax Amateurs[1]
Nickname(s) Joden (Jews), Godenzonen (Sons of the Gods)
De Ajacieden
Lucky Ajax
Founded 18 March 1900
Ground De Toekomst
Amsterdam
Ground Capacity 5,000[2]
Chairman Netherlands Hennie Henrichs[3]
Manager Netherlands Bart Logchies
League Topklasse
2013–14 Hoofdklasse, 2nd (promoted)
Website Club home page

AFC Ajax Amateurs or Ajax Zaterdag (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈaːjɑks /ˈzaːtərˌdɑx/]) (English: Ajax Saturday) is a Dutch amateur football club and the amateur team of the professional club AFC Ajax from Amsterdam. They compete in the Saturday Topklasse since 2014–15, playing their home matches at the Sportpark De Toekomst training grounds.

Club history[edit]

AFC Ajax Amateurs, better known as Ajax Zaterdag is a Dutch amateur football club founded 18 March 1900. It is the amateur team of the professional club AFC Ajax from Amsterdam, who play their home matches at the Sportpark De Toekomst training grounds to a capacity of 5,000. The team was promoted from the Eerste Klasse to the Hoofdklasse ahead of the 2011–12 season, the league in which they are currently competing. The team has won the Eerste Klasse title twice, as well as the *KNVB District Cup West I on two occasions as well.[4]

Following the 2013–14 Hoofdklasse season, the team was promoted to the Topklasse leading to the top tiered teams of the Amsterdam club to compete in the top three tiers of professional football in the Netherlands, AFC Ajax (Eredivisie), Jong Ajax (Eerste Divisie) and Ajax Zaterdag (Topklasse).

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Netherlands GK Danny Been
Netherlands GK Dirk Roelofsen
Netherlands GK Alex Sacca
Netherlands GK Maurits Schmitz
Netherlands DF Nick Lammers
Netherlands DF Jordi Meester
Netherlands DF Lars Middelwijk
Netherlands DF Sir-Ralph Owusu
Netherlands DF Rience Schurman
Netherlands MF Siver Abdulrahman
Netherlands MF Jelle Huitema
Algeria MF Karim Bridji
Netherlands MF Thomas Metzemaekers
Netherlands MF Peter Post
No. Position Player
Netherlands MF Yuri Rose
Netherlands FW Sergio Cameron
Netherlands FW Jordi van Duijn
Netherlands FW Mimoun Eloisghiri
Netherlands FW Marvin Hasselbaink
Netherlands FW Joost Heij
Netherlands FW Djarno Hofland
Netherlands FW Danny van Huffel
Netherlands FW Ogur Kaya
Netherlands FW Kenneth Misa Danso
Netherlands FW Kid Ronday
Netherlands FW Kevin de Visser
Netherlands FW Glenn van Zoolingen

Current squad as of 1 August 2014[5]

Current staff[edit]

Technical staff
  • Manager: Bart Logchies
  • Assistant manager: Dennis van der Wal
  • Assistant manager: Detlef Le Grand
Medical staff
  • Physiotherapist: Mohamed Oumouh
  • Physiotherapist: Thomas Hamersma
  • Physiotherapist: Frank van Deursen
  • Fitness coach / Recovery trainer: Björn Rekelhof
Accompanying staff
  • Team manager: Jan Fleijsman
  • Players supervisor: Dick Goossens
  • Materials manager: Rob Versluis
  • Assistant referee: Stephan Tulleners
  • Secretary: Marjon van Nielen

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

(Source)[6]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Inschrijving bij de KvK
  2. ^ "De Toekomst - Ajax". AFC Ajax Amsterdam. Retrieved 2011-11-18. 
  3. ^ "Bestuur.". ajax.nl. Retrieved 5 May 2013. 
  4. ^ "Ajax Zaterdag in eigen Kleedkamer". ajax Showtime. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 
  5. ^ "Ajax Zaterdag 1". ajaxamateurs.nl/. Retrieved 1 August 2014. 
  6. ^ Erelijst Ajax Zaterdag 1 AFC Ajax Amateurs, 1 August 2014.

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