|Date of birth||1 November 1978|
|Place of birth||Schiedam, Netherlands|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|2014–2015||FC Utrecht (Coach)|
|2015–||Sparta Rotterdam (Coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 March 2014.
Danny Koevermans (born 1 November 1978) is a Dutch former footballer who currently works as a coach for Sparta Rotterdam. A former striker, he was a physical player who was apt in the air and a lethal poacher in front of the goal. In addition to goal scoring, he was known for his offensive movement and "runs" off the ball, which "always [attracted] the attention of defenders".
In 2005, Koevermans switched to AZ, where he started as a second-choice centre forward, although he bagged numerous goals. His breakthrough came in the 2006–07 season, being one of Eredivisie's top scorers with 22, and reaching the Netherlands national football team, aged 28.
He rejected a contract offer from AZ to extend his tenure at the club and his manager Louis van Gaal informed him that he would not be a first-team regular from then on with this resulting in his pushing for a move to another club.
On 29 June 2011, it was announced the Koevermans had reached an agreement to join Major League Soccer team Toronto FC as a designated player. The signing of former German International Torsten Frings was announced at the same press conference. Koevermans made his debut for Toronto in a 1–0 home defeat to FC Dallas on 20 July 2011. He scored his first goal for Toronto on a cross from Ryan Johnson three days later against Sporting Kansas City in a 4–2 away loss. He was awarded MLS Player of the week for his two-goal performance against Colorado Rapids on 17 September, leading Toronto to a 2–1 home victory over the reigning league champions.
After failing to score in the first six games of the 2012 season Koevermans scored his first goal against Montreal Impact on 7 April, the game finished in a 2–1 away loss for Toronto. He was in fine scoring form but suffered a season-ending ACL injury in mid-July against New England Revolution. Following his injury Toronto was forced to bring in designated player Eric Hassli as a replacement. Koevermans made his return from injury nearly a year later on 1 June 2013 as a second half sub for Jeremy Brockie in a 1–1 against Philadelphia Union.
On 31 January 2014, it was announced that Koevermans had signed a deal until the summer of 2014 with FC Utrecht. On 20 March 2014, Koevermans announced his retirement from football due to a persevering calf injury.
- As of 14 July 2012.
|Club performance||League||Cup||League Cup||Continental||Other||Total|
|Canada||League||Canadian Championship||MLS Playoffs||North America||Other2||Total|
- 1.^ Statistics includes League Playoffs for spots in UEFA competitions and Relegation/Promotion Playoff.
- 2.^ There is currently no other competition for Canadian professional soccer clubs.
|1.||17 November 2007||De Kuip, Rotterdam, Netherlands||Luxembourg||
||Euro 2008 qualifying|
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