Ajax Sportman Combinatie

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The Ajax Sportsman Combinatie is a Dutch football and cricket club, established in 1918 as a merger of the Leidsche Cricket- en Football-Club Ajax and Leidsche Athletiekvereeniging De Sportsman.

Ajax[edit]

The Leidsche Cricket- en Football-Club Ajax was established on June 1, 1892, and played its first match in 1895. As the name indicates, the club was originally based in Leiden. The club moved to Oegstgeest in 1917, and was officially registered as an Oegstgeest-based club in 1985.

Ajax won its first title in 1899, in the Tweede Klasse, then the second tier of football in the Netherlands. The club didn't lose any of the 12 matches that season, and had a goal difference of 64-6. Key player L. Koolemans-Beijnen was selected for a precursor of the Netherlands national football team. Ajax reached the final of the Dutch cup competition in 1900, losing 3-1 to Velocitas of Breda in the final.

Current squad[edit]

Youth/reserves squad (ASC A2)[1][edit]

2010-11 Season

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Kramer
Feenstra
van den Bergh
van den Berg
Devilee
Scholtens
Haring
Beek
de Lepper(c)
Stehouwer
Brahim
26/03/2011 Competition match starting lineup vs. Rijnsburgse Boys

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Kramer
Veeren
van den Bergh
van den Berg
Devilee
Bakermans
Jacobs
van Engelen
de Lepper(c)
Brahim
Urwin
05/03/2011 Competition match starting lineup vs. Voorschoten '97

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

No. Position Player
1 Netherlands GK Marc Kramer (mascotte)
2 Netherlands DF Mark Feenstra
3 Netherlands DF Ruben van den Berg
4 Netherlands DF Stijn van den Bergh (vice-captain)
5 Netherlands DF Martijn Devilee
6 Netherlands MF Jacob Bakermans
7 Netherlands MF Maarten Scholtens
8 Netherlands DF Tom Veeren
9 Netherlands FW Hans Stehouwer
No. Position Player
10 Netherlands MF Jules van Engelen
11 England FW Daniel Urwin
14 Netherlands MF Diederick Jacobs
17 Suriname FW Batwi Brahim
69 Netherlands MF Mathijs de Lepper (captain)
96 Netherlands MF Morris Beek (3rd captain)
+1 Netherlands MF Martijn Haring
Netherlands FW Joost van Iersel (on loan from ASC A3)

Technical staff (ASC A2)[edit]

Position Staff
Head coaches Netherlands Arjan van Tilborg

Netherlands Bastiaan Bakker

Trainer Netherlands Ralph van Zandwijk

Last updated: 30 March 2011
Source: ASC

Honours (ASC A2)[edit]

Sportsman[edit]

Athletiekvereeniging De Sportman was established on August 30, 1896. It was involved in athletics, rowing, shooting, gymnastics, cycling and speed skating.

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Teamindeling Junioren ASC". 2010-05-30. Retrieved 2011-03-30. 

External links[edit]