Jong PSV

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Jong PSV
Ground De Herdgang
Ground Capacity 2,500
General manager Toon Gerbrands
Head coach Pascal Jansen
League Eerste Divisie
2015–16 Eerste Divisie, 11th
Website Club home page
Current season

Jong PSV is a Dutch football team, based in Eindhoven. It is the reserve team of PSV Eindhoven and plays in the Eerste Divisie since the 2013–14 season.

Until 2013, Jong PSV played in the Beloften Eredivisie, a league exclusively for reserve teams. That year, the KNVB decided to expand the Eerste Divisie to 20 teams by adding two amateur teams and two reserve teams. Initially, Jong Ajax and Jong FC Twente were chosen, based on the team's interest and the Beloften Eredivisie league results. But after amateur team VV Katwijk rejected the offer, Jong PSV were offered the fourth and final league slot.[1] Because Jong PSV have entered the same league system as PSV, the team has to adhere to certain rules. The team is ineligible for promotion, play-offs, relegation or the KNVB Cup; the maximum player age is 23 (minus three field players and one goalkeeper); and players with 150 or more appearances in PSV are ineligible for Jong PSV. Other rules for Eerste Divisie teams regarding accommodation and coaching licenses apply as well.[1]

Jong PSV used to play their home matches in the Philips Stadion. When the Philips Stadion was unavailable, PSV used the Jan Louwers Stadion as alternative location.[2][3]Originally, De Herdgang was considered as an option, but the Dutch Football Association rejected the idea. After adjustments were made, De Herdgang is now the official place where Jong PSV play their games.


As of 9 August 2016. [4]

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

No. Position Player
Netherlands GK Yanick van Osch
Netherlands GK Jamie Watt
Netherlands GK Mike van de Meulenhof

Netherlands DF Dirk Abels
Netherlands DF Suently Alberto
Australia DF Thomas Deng (on loan from Melbourne Victory)
Netherlands DF Damian van Bruggen
Netherlands DF Jurich Carolina
Belgium DF Gökhan Kardes
Netherlands DF Armando Obispo
Netherlands DF Bram van Vlerken

Netherlands MF Laros Duarte
Netherlands MF Leandro Fernandes
Netherlands MF Cody Gakpo
Iceland MF Albert Guðmundsson
No. Position Player
Hungary MF Bertalan Kun
Netherlands MF Justin Lonwijk
Belgium MF Philippe Rommens
Netherlands MF Kenneth Paal
Netherlands MF Pablo Rosario
Belgium MF Dante Rigo
Czech Republic MF Michal Sadílek

Netherlands FW Sven Blummel
Netherlands FW Joey Konings
Netherlands FW Sam Lammers
Denmark FW Nikolai Laursen
Sweden FW Ramon Pascal Lundqvist
Netherlands FW Joël Piroe
Italy FW Gianluca Scamacca
Belgium FW Matthias Verreth


Position Staff
Head coach Pascal Jansen
Assistant manager Jürgen Dirkx
Assistant manager Twan Scheepers
Goalkeepers coach Abe Knoop

Source:[citation needed]


Cup matches[edit]

Season Round Opposition Score
1997–98 GS BVV/Caterpillar W
Fortuna Sittard L
VVV-Venlo W
R2 Telstar 3–4 (H)
2000–01 GS RBC Roosendaal W
VV Kloetinge W
R1 Dordrecht'90 4–1 (A)
R2 Excelsior 0–1 (H)
2001–02 GS Gemert W
Helmond Sport W
SV Panningen W
R1 FC Eindhoven 0–1 (A)
2005–06 R1 SHO DSQ
2008–09 R2 PSV 0–3 (H)


  1. ^ a b "BELANGRIJKE BESLISSINGEN BETAALD VOETBAL" (in Dutch). KNVB. Retrieved 21 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Thuisduels Jong PSV in het Philips Stadion" (in Dutch). PSV Netwerk. Retrieved 2 August 2013. 
  3. ^ "Burgemeester Van Gijzel: negen thuiswedstrijden Jong PSV zonder supporters van tegenstander" (in Dutch). Omroep Brabant. Retrieved 21 July 2013. 
  4. ^ "Jong PSV" (in Dutch). PSV. Retrieved 31 July 2016. 

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