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TEC
Full nameSportvereniging Tielse Eendracht Combinatie
Founded1 June 1924; 97 years ago (1924-06-01)
GroundSportpark De Lok, Tiel
Capacity2,500
ChairmanJohan Verweij
ManagerHans van de Haar
LeagueTweede Divisie
2018–19Derde Divisie Sunday, 2nd Increase
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Sportvereniging Tielse Eendracht Combinatie, more commonly known as SV TEC or simply TEC (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈteːʔeːseː]), is a football club based in Tiel, Gelderland. Formed on 1 June 1924, they play in the Tweede Divisie, the third tier of the Dutch football league system, and have spent most of their history in the lower amateur tiers. Their home ground is Sportpark De Lok.

History

TEC was founded on 1 June 1924 as a merger of four clubs in Tiel, Gelderland. Initially, Amical, Hercules and Inter Amicos joined forces, but later Houdt Stand also participated in the merger which was called Tielse Eendracht Combinatie (TEC).[1] Despite a difficult start, which saw economical difficulties, the club managed to reach promotion to the Tweede Klasse during the 1930s and another Tiel-based side, Velox, participated in the merger.

In the 1951–52 season, TEC finally won promotion to the Eerste Klasse after beating SC Emma. However, they would only last one season at that level, and the club subsequently suffered two successive relegations, ending up in the Derde Klasse.[1]

The following decades mostly saw TEC bounce around between the Tweede and Derde Klasse, the second and third level of amateur football, respectively. In the season that TEC celebrated its 60th anniversary, they won promotion to the Tweede Klasse. The club played an anniversary match against Dutch champions Feyenoord in 1984. At home ground "De Lok", TEC faced players such as Sjaak Troost, Ivan Nielsen, Ben Wijnstekers, Ruud Gullit and Tiel native Simon Tahamata. More than 3,000 spectators watch their club lose 8–1 to Feyenoord. The second half of the 1980s was successful for TEC. Under manager and former player Henk van Tricht the club promoted to the Eerste Klasse for the first time in decades.[1]

Between 2002 and 2004, TEC managed to compete in the Hoofdklasse, which was the highest amateur level at the time. From 2010, where the club played in the Derde Klasse again after successive relegations, they experienced a highly successful period under the leadership of head coach and former player Hanky Leatemia.[2] Three championships and one play-off appearance later, TEC promoted to the Topklasse, which later became known as the Derde Divisie, the fourth tier in the Dutch football league system.[3] Under the guidance of manager Frits van den Berk, TEC finished just behind FC Lienden to claim second place. This meant that promotion to the third-tier Tweede Divisie became a fact in 2016 – the highest ranking in club history. The performance occurred after the club board, sponsors and volunteers joined forces in 2010 to develop a five-year plan known as Project TEC, with the goal of propelling TEC to the top divisions. Gery Vink, former professional player at FC Wageningen and youth developer at Vitesse, PSV and Ajax, had been recruited to realise the plan which was finally achieved with the promotion.[1]

Current squad

As of 11 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
2 DF Netherlands NED Rodny Hofman
3 DF Netherlands NED Tom van der Neut
4 DF Netherlands NED Basil Camara
5 DF Netherlands NED Joel Beukhof
6 MF Netherlands NED Oktay Öztürk
7 FW Morocco MAR Soufiane Laghmouchi
8 MF Netherlands NED Mike Vreekamp (captain)
9 FW Nigeria NGA Junior Ebobo
10 MF Netherlands NED Rick Mulder
11 MF Netherlands NED Dilivio Hoffman
14 DF Netherlands NED Cendrino Misidjan
15 DF Turkey TUR Tufan Özbozkurt
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 MF Netherlands NED Timo Jochemsen
17 FW Netherlands NED Kevin Sterling
18 DF Netherlands NED Denzel Budde
19 FW Netherlands NED Massimo Fonseca Hoogerwerf
20 GK Netherlands NED Nick Leijten
21 MF Netherlands NED Samed Öztoprak
23 DF Netherlands NED Jean-Ruben Desrosiers
24 MF Netherlands NED Mo Bendadi
25 MF Netherlands NED Anass Aamri
30 GK Netherlands NED Lukas Grizell
FW Netherlands NED Jesse van Baal

Competition results 1926–2016

1
4C
2
3D
1
3D
4
3D
6
3D
2
3C
4
3C
1
3C
3
3C
3
3E
1
3E
1
3C
1
3C
8
2B
3
M
6
2C
8
2C
7
2C
4
2C
-
6
2C
7
2C
1
2C
3
2C
2
2C
2
2B
1
2B
14
1D
11
2A
3
3D
7
3D
7
3D
5
3D
9
3D
9
3D
4
3D
5
3D
3
3D
3
3D
1
3D
6
2A
11
2A
7
3D
5
3D
7
3D
10
3D
7
3D
6
3D
2
3D
1
2A
11
1D
7
2A
12
2A
2
3D
5
3D
2
3D
5
3D
5
3D
1
3D
9
2A
4
2A
5
2A
8
2A
6
2A
1
2A
6
1D
10
1D
4
2A
3
2A
5
2A
11
2A
1
3C
4
2F
2
2F
3
2F
2
1C
3
1C
6
B
14
A
5
1C
11
1C
2
2F
11
2F
4
3C
3
3C
1
3C
2
2F
1
2F
2
1C
1
B
2
12
16
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Tweede Divisie
Derde Divisie
Hoofdklasse
Eerste Klasse
Tweede Klasse
Derde Klasse
Vierde Klasse
Emergency League

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Geschiedenis TEC in vogelvlucht" (in Dutch). SV TEC. Retrieved 26 October 2020.
  2. ^ "Hanky Leatemia assistent-trainer FC Den Bosch". sportnieuws.nl (in Dutch). 15 May 2015. Retrieved 26 October 2020.
  3. ^ "TEC plaatst zich voor 2e Divisie!". SV TEC (in Dutch). 2 May 2016. Retrieved 26 October 2020.
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