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Full nameVoetbal Vereniging Sint Bavo
Founded26 October 1931; 89 years ago (1931-10-26)
GroundSportpark De Boekhorst
Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands
PresidentNetherlands Arjan Broekhof
ManagerNetherlands Eric Meijers
LeagueDerde Divisie
2018–19Tweede Divisie, 15th (Relegated)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

VVSB (Voetbal Vereniging Sint Bavo) is an amateur association football club from Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands. It currently plays in the Derde Divisie.[2]


The club was founded on October 26, 1931 and has played exclusively at the amateur level throughout its history. The club competed in the Hoofdklasse league in the 2009–10 season, finishing in fifth place in the Sunday A group and earning promotion to the newly established Topklasse league for the inaugural 2010–11 season through playoffs.

In 2016, VVSB became the first amateur side to qualify for the KNVB Cup Semifinals in 41 years by knocking out FC Den Bosch.

Current squad

As of 1 February 2019

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 Ruben Valk
2 DF Netherlands NED Sonny ten Hoope
3 DF Netherlands NED Jordy Zwart (captain)
4 DF Netherlands NED Sven Verlaan
5 DF Netherlands NED Jelmer Vijlbrief
6 MF Netherlands NED Wesley Goeman
7 FW Netherlands NED Lovette Felicia
8 MF Netherlands NED Danny Bakker
9 FW Netherlands NED Guido Pauw
10 MF Netherlands NED Frans van Niel
11 FW Netherlands NED Tommy Bekooij
No. Pos. Nation Player
12 DF Curaçao CUW Richelo Fecunda
14 MF Netherlands NED Tim de Rijk
15 DF Netherlands NED Thomas Arroyo
16 MF Netherlands NED Victor Schipholt
17 FW Netherlands NED Arno Dijkstra
18 FW Netherlands NED Lloyd van der Wilden
19 FW Netherlands NED Lulinho Martins
20 MF Netherlands NED Mitchell Theuns
21 FW Netherlands NED Frank Tervoert
25 GK Netherlands NED Menno de Jong


  1. ^ "Sportpark De Boekhorst" (in Dutch). Soccerway. Retrieved 2010-05-24.
  2. ^ "Derde Divisie Zaterdag | Stand | Programma | Uitslagen | 2020/2021". Voetbal247.nl (in Dutch). Retrieved 2020-12-21.
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