FC Oss

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FC Oss
Full name Football Club Oss
Nickname(s) TOP
Founded April 9, 1928; 87 years ago (1928-04-09)
Ground Heesen Yachts Stadion,
Ground Capacity 4,700
Chairman Bert Zwanenburg
Manager Klaas Wels (caretaker)
League Eerste Divisie
2014–15 Eerste Divisie, 9th

FC Oss is a professional football club from the Netherlands, which was founded on April 9, 1928. They currently play in the Eerste Divisie.


TOP had a short spell in professional football from 1955 until 1957 in the Tweede Divisie before rejoining the amateur ranks. In 1991 the club became pro again.

The club was known as TOP until 1994, when it was renamed TOP Oss to more clearly reflect its city of origin. In the summer of 2009, the club was renamed FC Oss.

They played from 1991 through the 2009/2010 season in the Eerste Divisie (the Dutch second level), but were relegated to the Topklasse (the Dutch third level) in April 2010. In 2011 Oss became the Topklasse third Division Champions and returned to the Eerste Divisie.



Former managers[edit]


Eerste Divisie Topklasse Eerste Divisie

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 September 2014

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2014

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 Luuk Koopmans
3 Netherlands DF Lorenzo Piqué
4 Netherlands DF Jeffrey Ket
5 Netherlands DF Paul Kok
6 Netherlands MF Joep van den Ouweland (captain)
7 Netherlands FW Istvan Bakx
8 Netherlands MF Rick Stuy van den Herik
9 Netherlands FW Jorzolino Falkenstein
10 Netherlands FW Jonathan Opoku
11 Suriname FW Genaro Snijders
12 Netherlands DF Dean van der Sluys
14 Netherlands DF Luuk Hultermans
15 Belgium MF Ryan Sanusi (on loan from Willem II)
No. Position Player
16 Netherlands GK Nick Hengelman
17 Netherlands DF Jochem Jansen
18 Netherlands DF Dennis Janssen
19 Netherlands FW Teije ten Den (on loan from Go Ahead Eagles)
21 Netherlands FW Justin Mathieu (on loan from Willem II)
22 Netherlands MF Floris Burgers
23 Netherlands FW Danny van den Meiracker
25 Netherlands DF Jordi Balk
26 Netherlands MF Fatih Kamaçi
27 Netherlands FW Alfons Agbolosoo
28 Netherlands DF Haris Memiç
30 Suriname GK Rodney Ubbergen

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