A.V.V. Zeeburgia

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AVV Zeeburgia
Full name Amsterdamse Voetbal Vereniging
Founded 28 June 1919
Ground Sportcomplex Middenmeer
Manager Netherlands Dick Smit

AVV Zeeburgia (Amsterdamse Voetbalvereniging Zeeburgia) is a football club from Amsterdam, Netherlands. It has been dubbed "royal supplier" as many Dutch professional footballers started at Zeeburgia youth teams.[1]

History[edit]

Zeeburgia was founded on 28 June 1919.

On 26 August 1956 if lost 1-6 to Ajax Amsterdam in the first round of the 1956-57 National Dutch Cup.

From 1980 through 1984 the male first squad played in the Hoofdklasse.

Former players[edit]

Listed are Zeeburgia players who turned professional.[2]

Liban Abdulahi
Mitch Apau
Oussama Assaidi
Adnan Barakat
Fred Benson
Ouasim Bouy
Nicandro Breeveld
Joshua Brenet[1]
Lorenzo Burnet
Donovan Deekman
Mitchell Donald
Ryan Donk
Dabney dos Santos Souza
Alfons Fosu-Mensah
Timothy Fosu-Mensah
Danzell Gravenberch
Raymond Gyasi
Ben Haverkort
Mike Helenklaken
Dick Hollander
Calvin Jong-A-Pin
Tarik Kada
Khalid Karami
Sander Keller
Robert Klaasen
Marc Klok
Oger Klos
Jeffrey Kooistra
Gerard van der Lem
Kevin Luckassen
Adam Maher
Ludcinio Marengo
Kelvin Maynard
Queensy Menig
Stanley Menzo
Damien Menzo
Hans Mulder
Paul Mulders
Furdjel Narsingh
Luciano Narsingh
Paul Nortan
Rene Osei Kofi
Desevio Payne
Rydell Poepon
Raies Roshanali
Fabian Serrarens
Khalid Sinouh
Denzel Slager
Shaquill Sno
Oussama Tannane
Kenny Tete
Rafael Uiterloo
Marko Vejinovic
Nordin Wooter
Marvin Zeegelaar[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Seesing, Juul (2016-11-09). "'Zeegelaar kan een van de steunpilaren van Oranje worden'" ['Zeegelaar could become a pillar of the Dutch National Team']. Voetbal International. Retrieved 2017-08-12. Wat de overeenkomst is tussen beide spelers? Zowel Zeegelaar als Brenet speelde in de jeugd voor AVV Zeeburgia. AVV Zeeburgia wordt ook wel de hofleverancier van het betaald voetbal genoemd. 
  2. ^ "Oud-Zeeburgianen" [Former players of Zeeburgia]. AVV Zeeburgia. 

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