FC Volendam

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FC Volendam
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Full name Football Club Volendam
Nickname(s) Het Andere Oranje
(The Other Oranje)
Founded June 1, 1977; 37 years ago (1977-06-01)
Ground Kras Stadion
Volendam
Ground Capacity 6,984
Chairman Henk Kras
Manager Hans de Koning
League Eerste Divisie
2013–14 Eerste Divisie, 9th
Website Club home page

Football Club Volendam is a Dutch football club based in Volendam, Edam-Volendam, North Holland. Founded on June 1, 1977, as a result of a split up with RKSV (founded 1920).[1] It currently plays in the Eerste Divisie, holding home games at Kras Stadion, with a 6,260-seat capacity.

History[edit]

Football Club Volendam was founded as Victoria on June 1, 1920 by local fishermen. By 1923, the club had already been renamed to its most famous denomination. In 1977 RKSV Volendam split up in RKSV (non-pro) en FC Volendam (pro), this situation is still actual today.

Being from the piously catholic village of Volendam, the club quickly joined the Catholic Football Association of the Netherlands. In 1935 and 1938, Volendam won that competition and, in the Second World War, was forced by the nazis to join the KNVB. In 1955, the club joined the professional football league, soon establishing its reputation as the Heen-en-weer club (the back-and-forth club) due to the many times the club was promoted and relegated throughout its history.

Throughout the years, Volendam spawned many talented players, such as Wim Jonk, Edwin Zoetebier, Arnold and Gerrie Mühren. The club also has an accomplished scouting and youth system, which spreads across many different countries.

Honours[edit]

Results[edit]

Eerste Divisie Eredivisie Eerste Divisie Eredivisie Eerste Divisie Eredivisie

Domestic Results[edit]

Below is a table with Volendam's domestic results since the introduction of the Eredivisie in 1956.

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 August 2014

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2014

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 Erik Heijblok
Netherlands GK Mitchell Michaelis
Netherlands GK Jordi van Stappershoef
Netherlands GK Theo Timmermans
Netherlands DF Sofian Akouili
Netherlands DF Bowedee Burleson
Netherlands DF Raoul Esseboom
Netherlands DF Ties Evers
Netherlands DF Jermano Lo Fo Sang
Netherlands DF Gijs Luirink
Netherlands DF Henny Schilder (captain)
Netherlands DF Erik Schouten
Netherlands DF Oscar Wilffert
Netherlands MF Liban Abdulahi
Netherlands MF Rafik El Hamdi
Netherlands MF Raymond Fafiani
Netherlands MF Carlos Groen
No. Position Player
Netherlands MF Johan Keizer
Netherlands MF Kevin van Kippersluis
Netherlands MF Dylan Mertens
Netherlands MF Denzel Prijor
Netherlands MF Tom Overtoom
Netherlands MF Boyd Stevens
Netherlands MF Danny Tol
Suriname MF Kevin Wattamaleo
Netherlands FW Jessey Kuiper
Netherlands FW Brandley Kuwas
Netherlands FW Ludcinio Marengo
Netherlands FW Guyon Philips (on loan from Go Ahead Eagles)
Netherlands FW Genridge Prijor
Netherlands FW Daniel van Son
Netherlands FW Bert Steltenpool
Netherlands FW Henk Veerman

Former managers[edit]

References[edit]

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