CSV Apeldoorn

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CSV Apeldoorn
CSV Apeldoorn.png
Full name C.S.V. Apeldoorn
Nickname(s) Rood-gelen
Founded 1946
Ground Sportpark Orderbos
Apeldoorn
Ground Capacity 2,500
Chairman Joost Poppe
Manager Peter Boeve
League Hoofdklasse Saturday B (2017–18)

Christelijke Sportvereniging Apeldoorn is a football club from Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The club was founded in 1946. CSV is playing in the Hoofdklasse since the 2011, when it relegated from the Topklasse.[1]

History[edit]

CSV won section championships in the Vierde Klasse (1952, 1971, 1979), Derde Klasse (1993), Tweede Klasse (1997), and Eerste Klasse (2002, 2009). In 2010 it was promoted to the Topklasse through a playoff that it had reached by ranking third in the Hoofdklasse that year. It relegated a year later back to the Hoofdklasse.

In the KNVB Cup of 2010-11, CSV Apeldoorn lost 0-1 in the second round against VV Gemert.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Redactie (2017-06-28). "Indelingen Divisies en hoofdklassen bekend". Voetbal Rotterdam. Retrieved 2017-07-26. 

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