Haagsche Delftsche Mixed Hockey Club

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Haagsche Delftsche Mixed (HDM) is a field hockey club from The Hague. The club was founded on February 8, 1908, when students from Delft wanted to play hockey with their girlfriends from The Hague. The first men's team won the Dutch national title in 1924, 1930, 1931, 1935, 1941, 1942 and – for the last time – in 1992. Currently the first men's plays in the second division, which is called "Overgangsklasse", the first women's team plays in the top league, called "Hoofdklasse".

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