|Full name||Harm Sinkgraven|
|Date of birth||21 January 1966|
|Place of birth||Assen, Netherlands|
|2001–2006||FC Zwolle (assistant)|
|2007–2009||SC Heerenveen women (coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Harm "Harry" Sinkgraven (born 21 January 1966) is a Dutch association football coach and former professional player.
He managed Canadian soccer team FC Edmonton from December 2010 until he was released by the club in September 2012.
Sinkgraven spent a number of years as Assistant Manager at FC Zwolle, before taking charge of the Indonesian Olympic team in 2006. Sinkgraven left a year later, returning to the Netherlands to coach at the women's football club of SC Heerenveen, before managing FC Emmen for a year.
- (in Dutch) Voetbal International profile
- Andreas Morse (28 September 2012). "Club Cuts Ties with Coaching Staff". FC Edmonton official website.
- Peter McVitie (4 February 2015). "On the road to Barcelona - Sinkgraven's Ajax move first step in a great career". Goal.com. Retrieved 24 February 2015.
- Harry Sinkgraven at WorldFootball.net
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