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Rijnsburgse Boys

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Rijnsburgse Boys
Full nameRijnsburgse Boys
Nickname(s)Uien (Onions)
Founded24 March 1930; 91 years ago (1930-03-24)
GroundMiddelmors, Rijnsburg
Capacity5,000
ChairmanAd Hendriksen
ManagerWilfred van Leeuwen
LeagueTweede Divisie
2019–20Tweede Divisie, 4th
Current season

Rijnsburgse Boys is a football club from Rijnsburg in the Netherlands.

The club was established on 24 March 1930. They currently play in the Tweede Divisie. The club won the Saturday Hoofdklasse A title in the 2005–06, 2006–07 and 2008–09 seasons.

Since being founded in 1930 till 1957, the club has played on several locations in Rijnsburg. Since 1957 the club moved to Sportpark Middelmors, where it's still playing their homegames. The unofficial nickname of Rijnsburgse Boys is 'uien' - Dutch for "onions" - originating from the late 1500s, when Rijnsburg was famous for its onion farms.

The club has always been one of the most successful clubs in the Dutch amateur football. After losing a decision match in the 2015/2016 season against GVVV (1–2), the club did not play first amateur-tier in a long time. In the 2016/2017 season, Rijnsburg defeated Westlandia and SV Spakenburg to promote to the Tweede Divisie, the highest tier for non-pro teams.

Rijnsburgse Boys' first year in the Tweede Divisie was quite a success. The squad, managed by Pieter Mulders finished 5th in the top flight of non-pro football. On 2 December 2017, the club announced that ex-FC Eindhoven manager Wilfred van Leeuwen will be the manager of Rijnsburgse Boys in the 2018–2019 season.[1]

Current squad

As of 9 November 2020

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Netherlands NED Bradly van der Meer
2 DF Netherlands NED Roderick Gielisse
3 DF Netherlands NED Masies Artien
4 DF Netherlands NED Thomas Bakker (captain)
5 DF Netherlands NED Jordy Strooker
7 FW Netherlands NED Max Hudepohl
8 MF Netherlands NED Marc Magan
9 FW Netherlands NED Dani van der Moot
10 MF Netherlands NED Jeffrey Jongeneelen
11 FW Netherlands NED Furghill Zeldenrust
12 MF Netherlands NED Ian van Otterlo
13 MF Netherlands NED Daily Loos
14 DF Netherlands NED Carlos Opoku
15 DF Netherlands NED Rob Zandbergen
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 MF Netherlands NED Bart Duijker
17 MF Netherlands NED Jeroen Spruit
18 MF Netherlands NED Bram de Bruijn
19 DF Netherlands NED Jesper Slootweg
20 GK Netherlands NED Wesley Zonneveld
21 DF Netherlands NED Bert Koomen
22 MF Netherlands NED Delano Assante
23 MF Netherlands NED Mark Myras
24 GK Netherlands NED Alessandro Krant
25 GK Netherlands NED Stijn Driebergen
28 DF Netherlands NED Dennis van der Plas
30 FW Netherlands NED Michiel Hemmen

References

  1. ^ "Rijnsburgse Boys strikt Wilfred van Leeuwen als coach". Omroep West. Retrieved 7 March 2019.
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