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SV Spakenburg
Full nameSportvereniging Spakenburg
Nickname(s)De blauwen (the Blues)
Founded1931
GroundSportpark De Westmaat
Capacity8,500
ChairmanKlaas Hartog
ManagerEric Meijers
LeagueTweede Divisie
2019–20Tweede Divisie, 7th

SV Spakenburg is a Dutch football club based in Spakenburg. It was founded in 1931 and currently competes in the Tweede Divisie. It shares a football rivalry with IJsselmeervogels that is also from Spakenburg.

History

The club was founded on 15 August 1931 as Stormvogels and soon renamed Windvogels. In 1947 it merged with a local gymnastics team to become Sportverening Spakenburg. It joined the Eerste Klasse in the 1970–71 season under coach Joop van Basten, father of legendary Dutch striker Marco van Basten, and clinched their first league title in 1974. It became champions again in 1985, also winning the overall Dutch amateur league title, and in 1987, 2000 and 2008.

It joined the Topklasse for its inaugural season in 2010. In its first season, Spakenburg was one of only three clubs (the other ones being Rijnsburgse Boys and FC Oss) to declare themselves eligible for promotion to Eerste Divisie; despite that, Spakenburg failed to qualify to the competition finals as they ended the regular season in second place behind city rivals IJsselmeervogels.

Current squad

As of 11 April 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 Leon ter Wielen
2 DF Netherlands NED Jasper Beekhuis
3 DF Netherlands NED Barry Beijer (captain)
4 DF Netherlands NED Tom van der Neut
5 DF Netherlands NED Koos Werkman
6 MF Netherlands NED Roy Terschegget
7 DF Netherlands NED Nathaniël Will
8 MF Netherlands NED Mike Vreekamp
9 FW Netherlands NED Marlon Versteeg (on loan from De Graafschap)
10 MF Netherlands NED Roy Castien
11 MF Netherlands NED Tim Brinkman
No. Pos. Nation Player
14 FW Netherlands NED Jordi Bitter
17 FW Netherlands NED Kevin Sterling
20 FW Netherlands NED Robin Eindhoven
22 DF Netherlands NED Thomas van den Houten
23 GK Netherlands NED Jordy Deckers
24 DF Netherlands NED Marvin Renfurm
25 MF Netherlands NED Everton Pires Tavares
27 MF Netherlands NED Majid Ghaddari
28 MF Netherlands NED Jan van Diermen
29 MF Netherlands NED Youri Koelewijn
97 FW Netherlands NED Vince Gino Dekker

Out on loan

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
10 MF Netherlands NED Jasper Waalkens (at DOVO until 30 June 2020)
31 MF Netherlands NED Wouter Beukers (at VV Eemdijk until 30 June 2020)

Derby IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg

IJsselmeervogels and SV Spakenburg have been playing at the same level since they were founded. Over the years there an atmosphere had emerged around the derby matches which is unique in amateur football. The club of "the people and the fishermen" (IJsselmeervogels, also known as "The Reds") against the "farmers and clerks" (SV spakenburg, "the Blues"). Their rivalry reached boiling point in 1987, when during the second but last match a bomb made by a supporter of IJsselmeervogels exploded and a linesman was wounded. In the years that followed, until the mid-1990s, the clubs were separated. In 1999, however, the relationship between the two clubs cooled considerably when Spakenburg offered a much money to sign two star players from the "red championship team" (Gérard van der Nooij and Pascal de Bruijn) and have them play for "the Blues". The affair becomes so big that local government banned the derby for a few year. Since 2002 the peace has returned and IJsselmeervogels and Spakenburg are playing against each other again. It is estimated that the edition of 16 April 2011 was visited by almost 9,000 people. In the stands there are many crowd chants and there is always a great atmosphere. The media spend much time on the derby, which is covered in sports magazines like Voetbal International and Dutch National broadcaster NOS.

Results of the derby since 1970 (introduction First Class (Eerste Klasse))

Season Date First Match Date Second Match
1972/73 September 2, 1972 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 2–1 December 2, 1972 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–1
1982/83 January 8, 1983 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–1 April 4, 1983 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 1–1
1985/86 November 16, 1985 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–1 May 17, 1986 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–2
1986/87 November 1, 1986 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 0–0 May 9, 1987 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 1–0
1989/90 September 9, 1989 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 0–0 February 24, 1990 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 2–4
1992/93 December 12, 1992 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–0 March 20, 1993 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–1
1993/94 September 25, 1993 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 1–0 March 19, 1994 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 3–1
1994/95 November 5, 1994 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 0–0 April 22, 1995 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 1–1
2002/03 September 28, 2002 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–2 April 12, 2003 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 3–0
2003/04 Oktober 25, 2003 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 0–2 March 13, 2004 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 4–1
2004/05 Oktober 23, 2004 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–3 March 12, 2005 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–0
2005/06 November 5, 2005 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 0–2 April 1, 2006 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 0–0
2006/07 November 11, 2006 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 1–2 April 21, 2007 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 2–1
2007/08 November 17, 2007 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–5 April 26, 2008 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 7–1
2008/09 December 13, 2008 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 1–3 May 9, 2009 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–1
2009/10 November 7, 2009 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 0–2 April 10, 2010 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–3
2010/11 November 6, 2010 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–3 April 16, 2011 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 3–2
2011/12 October 8, 2011 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 2–2 March 24, 2012 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–1
2012/13 September 22, 2012 Spakenburg – IJsselmeervogels 2–1 March 9, 2013 IJsselmeervogels – Spakenburg 1–0
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