C.V.V. Inter Willemstad

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Inter Willemstad
CVV Inter Willemstad crest.png
Full name C.V.V. Inter Willemstad
Founded 1939
Ground Stadion Ergilio Hato,
Ground Capacity 15,000
Chairman Ted Richardson
Manager Fai Oz
League Sekshon Amatùr

C.V.V. Inter Willemstad is a professional football club of Curaçao, in the city of Willemstad. It was founded in 1939 and played in the League of Curaçao and Netherlands Antilles.


The club was founded in 1939 by employees of the KLM airline company, who were refused as members of SOV, the sports association of the Shell refinery. This association was only open to employees of Shell.

Soon the name of the Football Association of Willemstad Curaçao invented. Membership was not restricted to KLM employees. - On April 28, 1939, CVV Willemstad was officially founded. The club joined the Football Union of Curaçao in the Second Division. The first game was against FC Sharp and was lost 1-0. A year later, the team won the first prize.

The annual report of 1945 shows that at the end of World War II, many members moved to the Netherlands, to help rebuild the country.

In 1948, Willemstad membership reached 100. In 1950 the club moved to its present site in Bramendiweg. In 1951 the club reached up to the first division.


Current Squad 2013-2014[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Curaçao GK Rachid Habat
Curaçao GK Anly Solomons
Curaçao DF Bryan Iltes
Curaçao DF Kevin Blanken
Curaçao DF David Orgenia
Suriname DF Uriel Trustfull
Curaçao DF Diquan Myers
Mexico DF Miguel Camara Gallegos
Curaçao DF Kevin Kort
Colombia MF Jhony Villegas
No. Position Player
Colombia MF Kevin Perdomo
Curaçao MF Faisel Osborne
Curaçao MF Shanon Wilson Faneyte
Curaçao FW Giancarlo Roch
Curaçao FW Shannon De la Merced
Curaçao FW Gamal Douglas
Curaçao FW Glensey Constancia
Curaçao FW Rendelon Martina

Current staff[edit]


Sekshon Amatùr (1):

  • 2001–02

Home stadiums[edit]


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