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Dommelen is a village in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Valkenswaard, North Brabant. Dommelen derives its name from the little brook Dommel that runs through it. Having its clear water close at hand, Dommelen is mostly known for its beer brewery from which the brand name Dommelsch is derived. Its other main attraction is an old watermill.
Dommelen was a separate municipality until 1934, when it was merged with Valkenswaard.
RKVV Dommelen is an amateur football club from Dommelen. It was founded in 1942. The club's first team plays on Sundays in the fourth division of Dutch amateur football (season 2012/2013). The club plays at Sportpark 't Heike in Dommelen.