SC Cambuur

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Cambuur
SC Cambuur logo.jpg
Full name SC Cambuur
Nickname(s) The Yellow-Blues
SCC
Founded 19 June 1964; 52 years ago (1964-06-19)
Ground Cambuur Stadion
Leeuwarden
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Ype Smid
Manager Arne Slot & Sipke Hulshoff (interim)
League Eerste Divisie
2015–16 Eredivisie, 18th (relegated)
Current season

SC Cambuur (Dutch pronunciation: [ɛsˈseː ˈkɑmbyːr]), formed on 19 June 1964, is a Dutch football club from the city of Leeuwarden that currently plays in the Eerste Divisie, the second tier of Dutch football, after being relegated in May 2016 from the Eredivisie. The home ground of the club is the 10,000-capacity Cambuur Stadion. The club usually plays in yellow shirts and blue shorts. The origin of the club's emblem is the coat of arms of the House of Cammingha, a Frisian noble family.

History[edit]

Founded in 1964, Cambuur has played a total of five seasons in the top-flight Eredivisie. In the 1980s and 1990s, the club was a regular contender in the Eerste Divisie playoffs. Cambuur won the Eerste Divisie title in 1992 and gained promotion to the Eredivisie, but was relegated two seasons later in 1994. In 1998, the club was promoted again to the Eredivisie, but again was relegated after just two years in the top-flight in 2000. Troubled times followed which brought the "folk club" close to bankruptcy in 2005. The rebuilding started in 2006 and since 2010, the club has been in a relatively stable financial condition.

In 2009, the club almost won the playoff against Eredivisie side Roda JC, only losing on penalties. In 2010, the club came in second, again just narrowly missing promotion. Cambuur welcomed during these play-offs more than 40,000 spectators in just two weeks. Another estimated 7,000 fans watched the final play-off match against Roda on a large screen in the city centre of the city of Leeuwarden. More than 1.4 million people watched the final play-off match on television, which appeared to be another record for a play-off promotion match in the Netherlands. In total, more than 4.5 million people watched the play-off matches between Cambuur, PEC Zwolle and Roda JC on television that year.

Cambuur won the Eerste Divisie championship in the 2012–13 season, awarding the club promotion to the Eredivisie for the 2013–14 season. On 1 May 2016, Cambuur were relegated to the Eerste Divisie after losing 6–2 away to PSV.

Supporters[edit]

Cambuur has a group of ultras, known as the M.I.-Side, who stand on the north and south stands at the Cambuur Stadion. The name derives from the street names in which the stands are built: M stands for Marathonstraat and I for Insulindestraat. Most of the hardcore fans of Cambuur are sitting close to the stand of the away fans on the northern side of the stadium. They are among the most notorious in the Netherlands. In the 2009–10 season, the average attendance was 8,600 fans per game, and more than 6,500 season tickets were sold. That was a new record for Cambuur, as these numbers were achieved while the club was in the second division but even higher than when it played in the Eredivisie. In the 2009–10 season, the club sold out six regular season matches with 10,000 fans per game, another milestone for the Leeuwarden-based club. Never before in the second division it had sold out that many regular season matches.

Current squad[edit]

As of 15 July 2016

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2016

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

No. Position Player
2 France DF Jordy van Deelen
3 Democratic Republic of the Congo DF Chiró N'Toko
4 Netherlands DF Matthew Steenvoorden
6 Netherlands MF Erik Bakker
8 Indonesia MF Stefano Lilipaly
9 Netherlands FW Martijn Barto
10 Netherlands MF Ricardo Kip (on loan from Fleetwood Town)
11 Morocco FW Tarik Tissoudali (on loan from Le Havre)
12 Netherlands FW Xander Houtkoop
14 Cape Verde MF Jamiro Monteiro
15 Portugal FW Jergé Hoefdraad
16 Spain DF Djavan Anderson
17 Guatemala MF Danny Bakker
18 Brazil MF Noureddine Boutzamar
20 Italy MF Sander van de Streek (captain)
No. Position Player
21 Syria MF Robbert Schilder
22 Poland GK Leonard Nienhuis
23 Belgium DF Marvin Peersman
24 Afghanistan MF Farshad Noor (on loan from Roda JC)
25 Russia MF Jurjan Mannes (on loan from FC Emmen)
26 Friesland GK Harm Zeinstra
28 Principality of Sealand GK Pieter Bos
30 Catalonia FW Michiel Hemmen
31 Turin GK Kevin Wilpstra
33 Netherlands DF Delvechio Blackson
35 Netherlands DF Jordy ten Hoedt
36 Netherlands MF Daan Boerlage
39 Netherlands FW Tyrone Conraad
41 Netherlands DF Omar el Baad
45 Netherlands MF Achraf Akhamrane

Players with dual citizenship[edit]

Player Records[edit]

Most goals (as of August 25, 2010)[1]
# Name Career Apps Goals
1 Jan Bruin 1991-2005 88
2 Dirk Roelfsema 63
3 Koko Hoekstra 61

Coaching staff[edit]

Head coach Netherlands Rob Maas
Assistant coach Netherlands Sipke Hulshoff
Assistant coach Netherlands Arne Slot
Assistant coach Netherlands Jan Bruin
Goalkeeping coach Netherlands René Ponk

Honours[edit]

Recent history[edit]

Eerste Divisie Eredivisie Eerste Divisie Eredivisie Eerste Divisie Eredivisie Eerste Divisie

Below is a table with Cambuur's domestic results since the introduction of professional football in 1956.

Managers[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

The players below had senior international cap(s) for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed represented their countries while playing for SC Cambuur.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]