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ONS Boso Sneek
ONS BOSO Sneek Crest.jpeg
Full name Oranje Nassau Sneek
Founded April 4, 1932; 85 years ago (1932-04-04)
Ground Zuidersportpark
Sneek
Ground Capacity 950
Chairman Harm de Wagt
Manager Richard Karrenbelt
League Derde Divisie
2016–17 13th, Saturday Derde Divisie

ONS Boso Sneek is a Dutch football club from Sneek, playing in the Derde Divisie.

Club history[edit]

20th century: Foundation and move[edit]

Oranje Nassau Sneek was founded on 4 April 1932 and initially played its matches at the Sportpark Leeuwarderweg. In 1973 it moved to Zuidersportpark.

21st century: Hoofdklasse and Derde Divisie[edit]

2000s: Hoofdklasse years[edit]

In 2004 ONS became champions of the Eerste Klasse C in the Netherlands, and was promoted to the Zaterdag hoofdklasse C. After two years in the league, the club won the championship of that league on 22 April 2006, beating the Drachtster Boys in direct competition, after SC Genemuiden lost its final match of the season, and failed to secure three points to win the title. In May 2009 ONS Sneed was relegated to the Eerste Klasse, however it was promoted again after just one season, playing the 2011/12 season in the Dutch Hoofdklasse.

In 2008 the club started cooperation with the professional side SC Cambuur. Sandor van der Heide joined ONS from SC Cambuur and serves as assistant manager since 2010.

2010s: Derde Divisie years[edit]

In 2012 the club terminated its working relationship with SC Cambuur, and entered a four-year partnership with Eredivisie club SC Heerenveen.

On 1 July 2012 the club changed its name to ONS Boso Sneek, but it remains widely known as ONS Sneek.[1]

On 25 September 2012, ONS Sneek qualified for the third round of the KNVB Cup, beating SBV Excelsior from Rotterdam 5-4 on penalties, after the match ended in a 1-1 draw, facing Dutch giants AFC Ajax at home in the third round of the Dutch Cup.[2]

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 February 2016 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Netherlands GK Eelke Kooistra
2 Netherlands DF Gustavo van der Veen
3 Netherlands DF Roelof Strikwerda
4 Netherlands MF Huy Tran
5 Netherlands DF Ale de Boer
6 Netherlands MF Wilco de Haan
7 Netherlands MF Frits Dantuma
8 Netherlands DF Chris de Wagt (captain)
9 Netherlands FW Yumé Ramos
10 Netherlands FW Bob Schepers
11 Netherlands FW Gert-Jan Koopmans
12 Netherlands MF Tim Oosterbaan
No. Position Player
14 Netherlands DF Klaas de Vries
16 Netherlands GK Richard Strijker
18 Netherlands FW Renco van Eelden
19 Netherlands MF Harvey de Boer
20 Netherlands DF Rein Werumeus Buning
21 Netherlands MF Jacob Noordmans
23 Netherlands FW Martijn Roosenburg
24 Netherlands FW Danny Kampstra
25 Netherlands FW Cutrick Gonzales
26 Netherlands DF Hussein Raza
27 Curaçao DF Angelo Zimmerman
30 Netherlands GK Stein de Wit

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Naamswijziging doorvoeren, hoe werkt dat?", KNVB, 21 juni 2011
  2. ^ "BEKERTOERNOOI VOORBIJ NA VERLIES IN SNEEK'", SBV Excelsior.nl, 25 September 2012