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PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
is a Dutch football club based in Zwolle, currently playing in the Eredivisie, the country's highest level of professional club football. They have played in the Eredivisie
Eredivisie
for a total of 16 seasons, reaching sixth place in 2015. They won the KNVB Cup
KNVB Cup
in 2014 and also reached the final in 1928, 1977 and 2015. This is the second incarnation of the club; its predecessor of the same name went bankrupt in 1990. The current club was founded immediately afterwards as FC Zwolle
Zwolle
before renaming back to PEC Zwolle in 2012.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Introduction 1.2 PEC 1.3 PEC Zwolle 1.4 PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
'82 1.5 FC Zwolle 1.6 Back to PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
and Dutch cup/Supercup triumph

2 Stadiums

2.1 Oosterenkstadion 2.2 PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
Stadion 2.3 IJsseldelta Stadion 2.4 MAC³PARK stadion

3 Rivalries 4 PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
in the Eredivisie 5 Domestic results 6 European record 7 Honours 8 Current squad

8.1 Youth players in use 8.2 Out on loan

9 Personnel

9.1 Technical staff 9.2 Management

10 Lists

10.1 Topscorers 10.2 Managers 10.3 Chairmen

11 See also 12 References 13 External links

History[edit]

This article needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (May 2010)

Introduction[edit] PEC was founded on 12 June 1910, the name being an abbreviation of PH EDN Combinatie (PH EDN Combination). The club was formed by a merger of Prins Hendrik (1 April 1906; Prince Henry) and Ende Desespereert Nimmer (1904; And Never Despair). PEC has been a professional football club since 23 February 1955. The club name was changed to PEC Zwolle in 1971 and to PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
'82 in 1982. Instantly after the bankruptcy a new name was chosen for the new club: FC Zwolle. On 14 April 2012, after the promotion, the club name was changed back to PEC Zwolle. PEC[edit] PEC was one of Zwolle's three top football clubs, along with ZAC (founded in 1893) and Zwolsche Boys
Zwolsche Boys
(1918). ZAC was associated with the local high society, Zwolsche Boys
Zwolsche Boys
were associated with the working class, while PEC was the club of the local middle class.[1] There was considerable rivalry between these three clubs, especially between Zwolsche Boys
Zwolsche Boys
and PEC. Not only were their stadiums on walking distance from each other, the clubs frequently met each other in league matches. PEC Zwolle[edit] Despite this rivalry, PEC and Zwolsche Boys
Zwolsche Boys
merged in 1969, taking the name PEC. In 1971, this became PEC Zwolle, in an attempt to promote the image of the city of Zwolle. In 1977, PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
reached the finals of the KNVB Cup, losing to Twente in extra time, and missed out on promotion to the Eredivisie
Eredivisie
by one point. In 1978, the club won the Dutch first division title and was promoted to the Eredivisie
Eredivisie
for the first time in its history. In its first season in the Eredivisie, the club finished eighth, which remained PEC Zwolle's highest ever league position until finishing sixth in 2014–15. Their most impressive result that season was a 0–1 away victory at PSV. These results were achieved by a talented group of players bought from other clubs, such as Rinus Israël. The money for this came from the Slavenburgs Bank, which was led by FC Zwolle
Zwolle
chairman Jan Willem van der Wal. By 1982, the club had built up a debt of six million guilders and was on the verge of bankruptcy. PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
'82[edit] Real estate developer Marten Eibrink took over power in PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
in 1982. He managed to end the debt and restructured the club, which was epitomized by a change in the name: PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
'82. He also had the club's stadium renovated and decided to name the stadium's main stand the Johan Cruyff
Johan Cruyff
Stand, because Johan Cruyff
Johan Cruyff
had played his last official match against PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
'82 on 13 May 1984. Eibrink brought legendary players like Piet Schrijvers, Johnny Rep
Johnny Rep
and Cees van Kooten to the club. The club managed to revive, but the revival was short-lived. In 1985, PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
'82 were relegated to the Dutch first division, largely due to an injury-ridden main squad. They managed to return after only one season, having finished in second place. That team was led by the coach Co Adriaanse
Co Adriaanse
and the player Foeke Booy. Eibrink, however, grew increasingly disappointed in sponsors and local authorities, accusing them of not loving the club in the way that he did, and he left the club in 1988. Despite a promising start to the 1988–89 season, the club finished in 16th place, which meant that it was relegated to the First Division. The financial crisis worsened, as sponsors refused to invest in the club any longer. The players' wages could not be paid, and a debt to the Slavenburgs Bank appeared which had been overseen by the board for around ten years. This led to the club's bankruptcy in March 1990. FC Zwolle[edit] After the bankruptcy, it was decided that the club had to sever all ties with the troubled finances of the past and make a fresh start. The club got a new name (FC Zwolle), a new organisational structure, new sponsors, new club colours (blue-white shirts with white shorts instead of green-white shirts with black shorts) and a new crest. The first years of the 'new' club were hard, but after 1992–93, a new team filled with talents such as Jaap Stam
Jaap Stam
(who would later play for PSV, Manchester United, Lazio, Milan and Ajax), Bert Konterman ( Feyenoord
Feyenoord
and Rangers), Johan Hansma (Heerenveen) and Henri van der Vegt (Udinese) played attractive and successful football. In 1992–93, FC Zwolle
Zwolle
narrowly missed promotion to the Eredivisie. In the KNVB Cup, FC Zwolle
Zwolle
reached the quarter-finals, losing to Feyenoord
Feyenoord
in a penalty shootout. After many failed attempts in the play-offs, FC Zwolle
Zwolle
finally managed to secure a return to the Eredivisie
Eredivisie
by winning the First Division in 2002. In the 2002–03 Eredivisie
Eredivisie
season, the club finished in 16th place and escaped relegation via the play-offs. A year later, they made a miserable start to the season, and had scored only seven points halfway through the season. An impressive run, with victories over the likes of SC Heerenveen
SC Heerenveen
and AZ, proved in vain, as FC Zwolle
Zwolle
dropped from a 16th place (which would have placed them in the play-offs) to the 18th place (direct relegation) on the last day of the season. They lost 7–1 away at Feyenoord, while their rivals Vitesse and Volendam managed to beat their opponents Utrecht and RBC Roosendaal. At the beginning of the 2004–05 season, FC Zwolle
Zwolle
was considered one of the favourites for the title in the First Division, along with Sparta Rotterdam. However, it was another club from the province of Overijssel, Heracles Almelo, that won the title. FC Zwolle
Zwolle
finished the season in fourth place, and had to play play-off matches against the second- and sixth-placed teams of the First Division (Sparta and Helmond Sport) and the 17th-placed team of the Eredivisie, De Graafschap. They finished bottom of their group, with one point from six matches, while Sparta won the group and clinched promotion and De Graafschap was relegated. The 2005–06 season started well, with FC Zwolle
Zwolle
fighting for the league's top spot in the first months. However, the results dwindled in November and December. Angry supporters threatened trainer-coach Hennie Spijkerman
Hennie Spijkerman
after a 0–5 home defeat against Excelsior, and Spijkerman resigned a few days later. The club's chairman announced that he would crack down on the supporters involved, and said that some had already received stadium bans of up to 9 years. Spijkerman's assistant trainer Harry Sinkgraven
Harry Sinkgraven
finished the season, leading the club to the play-offs, in which Eredivisie
Eredivisie
side Willem II proved too strong. Former Feyenoord
Feyenoord
and Ajax player Jan Everse, who had already trained the club between 1996 and 1999, was presented as the new trainer-coach. He was faced with financial problems at the club, and the departure of key striker Santi Kolk. Many players from the club's youth teams were brought into the main squad, with mixed results. The team ended at the ninth place of the table during the 2006–07 season. During the 2010–11 season, FC Zwolle
Zwolle
held the top spot for a long time, but had to leave the title to RKC Waalwijk. Zwolle
Zwolle
ended in 2nd place and didn't achieve promotion. The 2011–12 season was more successful. FC Zwolle
Zwolle
won the title and secured their return to the Eredivisie
Eredivisie
in the 2012–13 season. Back to PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
and Dutch cup/Supercup triumph[edit] Shortly after winning the championship of the Eerste Divisie, the club announced that the name will be changed to PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
again.[2] In 2014, under the guidance of new head coach Ron Jans, PEC Zwolle earned their first major silverware by winning the KNVB Cup, beating league champions Ajax 5–1 in the final. Thus, PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
qualified for the UEFA Europa League
UEFA Europa League
for the first time.[3] On 3 August 2014, PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
also won the 2014 Johan Cruijff Schaal
2014 Johan Cruijff Schaal
(Dutch Supercup) by defeating AFC Ajax, this time by 1–0. Stadiums[edit] Oosterenkstadion[edit] Main article: Oosterenkstadion The old stadium was built in 1934 and demolished in 2007. It was located at Business park
Business park
Oosterenk. Since the completion in 1934 two different clubs played in the stadium. PEC from 1934 till 1957, Zwolsche Boys
Zwolsche Boys
from 1957 till 1970. Since 1970 PEC played its games at the Oosterenk Stadium. The stadium had to be demolished because the new stadium is located at the same spot as the Oosterenk Stadium is.

The Fred Patrick
Fred Patrick
Stand in the new stadium

PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
Stadion[edit] Main article: PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
Stadion Officially since 29 August 2009, the stadium is no longer under construction. Construction started at 9 March 2007. The first game in the new stadium was against MVV. The final score was 0–0. The first goal scored in the new stadium was by FC Zwolle
Zwolle
player Bram van Polen, coming on 22 August 2008 against Cambuur. IJsseldelta Stadion[edit] On 12 July 2012, the club officially announced the new name for their home ground, which is now called IJsseldelta Stadion.[4][5] MAC³PARK stadion[edit] The name of the stadium was on 1 July 2016 changed to MAC³PARK stadion.[6] Rivalries[edit] Main article: IJsselderby PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
biggest rival is Go Ahead Eagles.[7] Both clubs are located at the river IJssel, hence the name IJssel-derby. In the early years Go Ahead was the best club in the region but since the relegation to the Dutch First Division in 1987, Zwolle
Zwolle
has won most derbies. PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
in the Eredivisie[edit]

Season Final position Points scored Matches played

1978–79 8th 32 34

1979–80 14th 27 34

1980–81 9th 30 34

1981–82 15th 26 34

1982–83 13th 27 34

1983–84 14th 29 34

1984–85 18th 17 34 relegated

1986–87 11th 31 34

1987–88 13th 29 34

1988–89 16th 25 34 relegated

2002–03† 16th 32 34

2003–04† 18th 26 34 relegated

2012–13 11th 39 34

2013–14 11th 40 34

2014–15 6th 53 34

2015–16 8th 48 34

2016–17 14th 35 34

† as FC Zwolle Domestic results[edit] Below is a table with FC Zwolle's domestic results since the introduction of professional football in 1956.

Domestic Results since 1956

Domestic league League result Qualification to KNVB Cup
KNVB Cup
season Cup result

2017–18 Eredivisie – – 2017–18 –

2016–17 Eredivisie 14th – 2016–17 Quarter final

2015–16 Eredivisie 8th – 2015–16 Second round

2014–15 Eredivisie 6th – (Losing EL play-offs) 2014–15 Final

2013–14 Eredivisie 11th – 2013–14 Winners

2012–13 Eredivisie 11th - 2012–13 Semi-finals

2011–12 Eerste Divisie 1st Eredivisie
Eredivisie
(promotion) 2011–12 Third round

2010–11 Eerste Divisie 2nd promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2010–11 Fourth round

2009–10 Eerste Divisie 4th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2009–10 Third round

2008–09 Eerste Divisie 4th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2008–09 Second round

2007–08 Eerste Divisie 4th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2007–08 Quarter finals

2006–07 Eerste Divisie 9th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2006–07 Second round

2005–06 Eerste Divisie 12th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2005–06 Second round

2004–05 Eerste Divisie 4th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2004–05 Second round

2003–04 Eredivisie 18th Eerste Divisie
Eerste Divisie
(relegation) 2003–04 Second round

2002–03 Eredivisie 16th – (surviving promotion/relegation play-offs) 2002–03 Third round

2001–02 Eerste Divisie 1st Eredivisie
Eredivisie
(promotion) 2001–02 Round of 16

2000–01 Eerste Divisie 3rd promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2000–01 Quarter-finals

1999–2000 Eerste Divisie 2nd promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 1999–2000 Third round

1998–99 Eerste Divisie 5th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 1998–99 Quarter-finals

1997–98 Eerste Divisie 6th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 1997–98 Group stage

1996–97 Eerste Divisie 5th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 1996–97 Quarter-finals

1995–96 Eerste Divisie 14th – 1995–96 Round of 16

1994–95 Eerste Divisie 14th – 1994–95 group stage

1993–94 Eerste Divisie 8th – 1993–94 Second round

1992–93 Eerste Divisie 6th – 1992–93 Quarter-finals

1991–92 Eerste Divisie 17th – 1991–92 Second round

1990–91 Eerste Divisie (first season as FC Zwolle) 16th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 1990–91 Second round

1989–90 Eerste Divisie 15th – 1989–90 Second round

1988–89 Eredivisie 16th Eerste Divisie
Eerste Divisie
(relegation) 1988–89 Second round

1987–88 Eredivisie 13th – 1987–88 Second round

1986–87 Eredivisie 11th – 1986–87 Second round

1985–86 Eerste Divisie 2nd Eredivisie
Eredivisie
(promotion) 1985–86 Round of 16

1984–85 Eredivisie 18th Eerste Divisie
Eerste Divisie
(relegation) 1984–85 Second round

1983–84 Eredivisie 14th – 1983–84 Second round

1982–83 Eredivisie 13th – 1982–83 Second round

1981–82 Eredivisie 15th – 1981–82 Quarter-finals

1980–81 Eredivisie 9th – 1980–81 Quarter-finals

1979–80 Eredivisie 14th – 1979–80 Quarter-finals

1978–79 Eredivisie 8th – 1978–79 Round of 16

1977–78 Eerste Divisie 1st Eredivisie
Eredivisie
(promotion) 1977–78 First round

1976–77 Eerste Divisie 2nd promotion competition: no promotion 1976–77 Final

1975–76 Eerste Divisie 6th – 1975–76 Semi-finals

1974–75 Eerste Divisie 4th promotion competition: no promotion 1974–75 Second round

1973–74 Eerste Divisie 7th – 1973–74 Second round

1972–73 Eerste Divisie 2nd promotion competition: no promotion 1972–73 Round of 16

1971–72 Eerste Divisie 7th – 1971–72 First round

1970–71 Tweede Divisie 2nd Eerste Divisie
Eerste Divisie
(promotion) 1970–71 First round

1969–70 Tweede Divisie 5th – 1969–70 First round[citation needed]

1968–69 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 18th 4th – Merged into PEC 1968–69 First round[citation needed]

1967–68 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 14th 19th – 1967–68 Group stage[citation needed]

1966–67 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 8th 23rd – 1966–67 did not participate[citation needed]

1965–66 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 7th (group A) 15th (group A) – 1965–66 group stage[citation needed]

1964–65 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 15th (group A) 16th (group A) – 1964–65 First round[citation needed]

1963–64 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 14th (group A) 7th (group A) – 1963–64 First round[citation needed]

1962–63 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 17th (group B) 14th (group A) – 1962–63 Second round[citation needed]

1961–62 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 14th 12th – 1961–62 ?[citation needed]

1960–61 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 16th 13th – 1960–61 ?[citation needed]

1959–60 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 6th (group B) 12th (group B) – survived relegation play-off not held not held

1958–59 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 8th (group B) 7th (group B) – 1958–59 ?[citation needed]

1957–58 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 12th (group B) 14th (group B) – 1957–58 ?[citation needed]

1956–57 Tweede Divisie (as PEC and Zwolsche Boys) 10th (group A) 11th (group A) – 1956–57 ?[citation needed]

PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
made it to the final round of the national cup four times. They only won in 2014. The first final was in 1928 against RHC Heemstede. The final score was 2–0. The second time they made it to the final was in 1977. The opponent that time was FC Twente. They lost 3–0 after extra time. The third time was in 2014, when they beat Ajax 5–1, subsequently claiming the cup for Zwolle
Zwolle
for the first time in their history. The last time was in 2015 against FC Groningen. Final score 2-0. European record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate

2014–15 UEFA Europa League PO Sparta Prague 1–1 1–3 2–4[8]

Honours[edit]

Competition Champion Runner-up

Amount Seasons Amount Season

National

Eerste Divisie 3x 1977–78, 2001–02, 2011–12 5x 1972–73, 1976–77, 1985–86, 1999–00, 2010–11

Tweede Divisie – – 1x 1970–71

KNVB Cup 1x 2013–14 3x 1927–28, 1976–77, 2014-15

Johan Cruijff Shield 1x 2014 – –

Current squad[edit]

As of 4 March 2018

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2017 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

1

GK Diederik Boer

2

DF Bram van Polen (captain)

3

DF Nicolás Freire (on loan from Torque)

4

DF Dirk Marcellis

5

DF Dico Koppers

6

MF Mustafa Saymak

7

FW Youness Mokhtar

8

MF Wouter Marinus

9

FW Piotr Parzyszek

10

FW Stef Nijland

11

FW Terell Ondaan

13

DF Philippe Sandler

No.

Position Player

14

MF Erik Israelsson

16

GK Mickey van der Hart

17

FW Queensy Menig (on loan from FC Nantes)

19

MF Rick Dekker

20

DF Kingsley Ehizibue

21

MF Younes Namli

23

MF Erik Bakker

24

DF Ruben Ligeon

29

DF Sander van Looy

30

MF Ryan Thomas

34

MF Bas van Wijnen

40

GK Mike Hauptmeijer

Youth players in use[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

28

FW Rogier Benschop

No.

Position Player

45

DF Mark Bruintjes

Out on loan[edit] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.

Position Player

17

DF Josef Kvída (at Almere City until 30 June 2018)

DF Ted van de Pavert (at NEC until 30 June 2018)

No.

Position Player

FW Anass Achahbar
Anass Achahbar
(at NEC until 30 June 2018)

Personnel[edit] Technical staff[edit]

Position Staff

Manager John van 't Schip

Assistant manager Gert Peter de Gunst

Assistant coach Dwight Lodeweges

Goalkeeping coach Jacques Storm

Team manager Isaac Teunis

Mental Coach Sander Roege

Carer Erwin Vloedgraven

Carer Jenny Venema

Equipment manager Jerome Mulder

Physiotherapist Arjan Louwen

Club doctor Mineke Vegter

Club doctor Jos Lemmens

Chiropractor Johan Flier

Podiatrist Jurgen Nijenhuis

Physical trainer Gerhard Wermink

Video analyst Davey Young

Last updated: 1 July 2015 Source:[1]

Management[edit]

Position Staff

Board of directors Adriaan Visser (chairman) Gerard Nijkamp Joost Broerse

Technical Director Gerard Nijkamp

Board of foundation operations Evert Leideman Trudy Huisman Adriaan Visser (chairman) Erben Wennemars Janco Cnossen Rob van Kessel

Director of management Arjan Jansen

Press Chairmen(youtube) Ernest van Voorst[9] Herbert Bosscher[10]

Last updated: 23 February 2014 Source:[2]

Lists[edit] Topscorers[edit]

1989–90 : Richard Roelofsen (11) 1990–91 : Marco Roelofsen (12) 1991–92 : Gérard van der Nooij (10) 1992–93 : Martin Reynders (11) 1993–94 : Remco Boere (13) 1994–95 : Remco Boere (10) 1994–95 : Henri van der Vegt (10) 1995–96 : Lucian Ilie (7) 1996–97 : Jan Bruin
Jan Bruin
(11) 1997–98 : Jan Bruin
Jan Bruin
(14) 1998–99 : Arne Slot (18)

1999–00 : Dirk Jan Derksen (28) 2000–01 : Richard Roelofsen (14) 2001–02 : Arne Slot (12) 2002–03 : Richard Roelofsen (8) 2003–04 : Jasar Takak (8) 2004–05 : Ruud Berger (13) 2005–06 : Santi Kolk (18) 2006–07 : Anton Jongsma (14) 2007–08 : Tozé Marreco (15) 2008–09 : Dave Huymans (8) 2008–09 : Derk Boerrigter
Derk Boerrigter
(8)

2009–10 : Eldridge Rojer (12) 2010–11 : Sjoerd Ars (20) 2011–12 : Nassir Maachi
Nassir Maachi
(18) 2012–13 : Denni Avdić
Denni Avdić
(8) 2012–13 : Fred Benson
Fred Benson
(8) 2013–14 : Guyon Fernandez (10) 2014–15 : Tomáš Necid
Tomáš Necid
(12) 2015–16 : Lars Veldwijk (14) 2016–17 : Queensy Menig (9)

Managers[edit]

Jan van Asten (1955–57) Jan de Roos (1957–58) Piet Vogelzang (ass.) (1957–58) Herman Spijkerman (1958–59) Jan de Roos (1959–61) Herman Spijkerman (1961–63) Cor Sluyk (1963–65) Wim Blokland (1965–66) Jan van Asten (1966–68) Joep Brandes (1968–69) Pim van de Meent
Pim van de Meent
(1 July 1969 – 30 June 1970) Laszlo Zalai (1970–73) Georg Keßler
Georg Keßler
(1 July 1973 – 30 June 1974) Friedrich Donenfeld
Friedrich Donenfeld
(1 July 1974 – 30 June 1975)

Jan Verhaert (ass.) (1974–75) Hans Alleman (1 July 1975 – 30 June 1977) Fritz Korbach
Fritz Korbach
(1 July 1977 – 30 June 1982) Bas Paauwe
Bas Paauwe
(interim) (1982) Rinus Israel
Rinus Israel
(interim) (1982) Cor Brom
Cor Brom
(1 July 1982 – 30 June 1984) Co Adriaanse
Co Adriaanse
(1 July 1984 – 30 June 1988) Ben Hendriks (interim) (1988) Theo Laseroms
Theo Laseroms
(1988–89) Theo de Jong
Theo de Jong
(1 July 1989 – 30 June 1992) Ben Hendriks (1992–95) Piet Schrijvers
Piet Schrijvers
(1 July 1995 – 30 June 1996) Jan Everse
Jan Everse
(1 July 1996 – 24 December 1998) Dwight Lodeweges (29 December 1998 – 30 June 2001)

Paul Krabbe (1 July 2001 – 02) Peter Boeve
Peter Boeve
(1 July 2002 – 26 September 2003) Gerard Nijkamp (interim) (26 September 2003 – 6 October 2003) Hennie Spijkerman
Hennie Spijkerman
(6 October 2003 – 30 June 2006) Harry Sinkgraven
Harry Sinkgraven
(2006) Jan Everse
Jan Everse
(1 July 2006 – 2 March 2009) Claus Boekweg (int.) (2 March 2009 – 10 March 2009) Marco Roelofsen (int.) (2 March 2009 – V 2009) Jan Everse
Jan Everse
(1 July 2009 – 30 October 2009) C. Boekweg & J. Stam (int.) (30 October 2009 – 1 January 2010) Art Langeler
Art Langeler
(1 January 2010 – 30 June 2013) Ron Jans
Ron Jans
(1 July 2013 – 30 June 2017) John van 't Schip
John van 't Schip
(1 July 2017–)

Chairmen[edit]

J.B.C. Nieuwhof (1910–??) P. van de Salentein (1918–20) Mr. Viehoff (19??–??) N. Geertsma (1926–37) A. Pinkster (1937–40) K. Drost (1940–42) J.H.C. Gans (1942–46)

Michiel Wilhelm (1946–52) H. Egberts (1952–57) J.J. Ruiter (1957–66) C.C. Duyn (1966–69) W.A.M. ten Doeschate (1969–72) Jan-Willem van der Wal (1972–79) Jan Wiersma
Jan Wiersma
(1979–82)

Max Malcoops (1982–84) Marten Eibrink (1984–88) Jaap de Groot (caretaker) (1988–89) Gaston Sporre (1989–98) Ronald van Vliet (1998–09) Arjan Jansen (caretaker) (2009) Adriaan Visser (2009–)

See also[edit]

2017–18 Eredivisie Eredivisie PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
(women) List of football clubs in the Netherlands

References[edit]

^ Tonie van Ringelestijn and Joël Groeneveld (May 1999). "Betaald voetbal in Zwolle
Zwolle
van 1980 tot 1999. Van PEC naar FC Zwolle" (in Dutch). Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2007-03-17. ZAC was een chique club van welgestelden ... Zwolsche Boys was de arbeidersclub en had vooral in de wijk Dieze zijn supporters. ... PEC ... was de club van de Zwolse middenstand.  ^ "Van FC naar PEC PEC Zwolle" (in Dutch). Fczwolle.nl. Retrieved 2013-04-21.  ^ "ESPN FC United Blog Blog - ESPN FC".  ^ "Nieuwkomer PEC Zwolle
Zwolle
verandert na clubnaam ook naam van thuishaven". Voetbalzone.nl. Retrieved 2013-04-21.  ^ "FC Zwolle
Zwolle
Stadion wordt IJsseldelta Stadion
IJsseldelta Stadion
PEC Zwolle" (in Dutch). Peczwolle.nl. Retrieved 2013-04-21.  ^ Virtuele tour door het MAC³PARK stadion, peczwolle.nl ^ Tonie van Ringelestijn and Joël Groeneveld (May 1999). "Betaald voetbal in Zwolle
Zwolle
van 1980 tot 1999. Van PEC naar FC Zwolle" (in Dutch). Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. Retrieved 2007-03-17. FC Zwolle
Zwolle
Go Ahead Eagles
Go Ahead Eagles
Rivalry.  ^ Mak pomohol PAOK-u k postupu do skupiny, Novotov Rapid skončil, Profutbal.sk, Retrieved 28. 8. 2014 (in Slovak) ^ KVPM Videoproducties (9 February 2014). "PEC Zwolle
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- Ajax (1-1); persconferentie © 2014 kvpm.nl" – via YouTube.  ^ KVPM Videoproducties (1 March 2014). "PEC Zwolle
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Players Managers Reserves & Academy Records & statistics Honours Current season

History

History Seasons Cup Matches

Grounds

Het Bleekien (1910–1923) Sportpark De Vrolijkheid (1923–1935 & 1960–1970) Oosterenkstadion
Oosterenkstadion
(1935–1960 & 1970–2009) MAC³PARK Stadion
MAC³PARK Stadion
(2009–present)

Football teams

First team Reserve Women

Rivalries

League record by opponent IJsselderby (with Go Ahead Eagles) Zwolse derby (with Zwolsche Boys)

Seasons men

2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

Seasons women

2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

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Eredivisie

2017–18 clubs

ADO Den Haag Ajax AZ Excelsior Feyenoord Groningen Heerenveen Heracles NAC PEC Zwolle PSV Roda JC Sparta Twente Utrecht Vitesse VVV Willem II

Stadiums

Abe Lenstra Stadion AFAS Stadion Euroborg Galgenwaard GelreDome De Grolsch Veste IJsseldeltastadion Johan Cruijff Arena Het Kasteel De Koel Koning Willem II Stadion De Kuip Kyocera Stadion Parkstad Limburg Stadion Philips Stadion Polman Stadion Rat Verlegh Stadion Woudestein

Former clubs

Alkmaar '54 FC Amsterdam Blauw-Wit Amsterdam Cambuur FC Den Bosch FC Dordrecht DOS DS '79 DWS FC Eindhoven Elinkwijk SC Enschede Fortuna '54 Fortuna Sittard Go Ahead Eagles De Graafschap GVAV Haarlem Helmond Sport MVV N.E.C. NOAD RBC RKC SHS Sittardia SVV Telstar SC Veendam FC Volendam De Volewijckers FC Wageningen XerxesDZB

Competition

Champions Players (foreign) Managers Derbies Eredivisie
Eredivisie
Live

Awards

Footballer of the Year Rinus Michels Award

Associated competitions

League system Eerste Divisie Tweede Divisie (defunct) Topklasse Hoofdklasse KNVB Cup Johan Cruijff Shield Beloften Eredivisie Eredivisie
Eredivisie
for women UEFA Champions League UEFA Europa League

Netherlands
Netherlands
Football League seasons

1888–89 1889–90 1890–91 1891–92 1892–93 1893–94 1894–95 1895–96 1896–97 1897–98 1898–99 1899–00 1900–01 1901–02 1902–03 1903–04 1904–05 1905–06 1906–07 1907–08 1908–09 1909–10 1910–11 1911–12 1912–13 1913–14 1914–15 1915–16 1916–17 1917–18 1918–19 1919–20 1920–21 1921–22 1922–23 1923–24 1924–25 1925–26 1926–27 1927–28 1928–29 1929–30 1930–31 1931–32 1932–33 1933–34 1934–35 1935–36 1936–37 1937–38 1938–39 1939–40 1940–41 1941–42 1942–43 1943–44 1945–46 1946–47 1947–48 1948–49 1949–50 1950–51 1951–52 1952–53 1953–54 1954–55 1955–56

Eredivisie
Eredivisie
seasons

1956–57 1957–58 1958–59 1959–60 1960–61 1961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

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KNVB Cup
KNVB Cup
winners (1961–present)

   

1960–61   Ajax (3/18) 1961–62   Sparta (2/3) 1962–63   Willem II (2/2) 1963–64   Fortuna '54 (2/2) 1964–65   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(3/12) 1965–66   Sparta (3/3) 1966–67   Ajax (4/18) 1967–68   ADO 1968–69   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(4/12) 1969–70   Ajax (5/18)

1970–71   Ajax (6/18) 1971–72   Ajax (7/18) 1972–73   NAC 1973–74   PSV (2/9) 1974–75   FC Den Haag 1975–76   PSV (3/9) 1976–77   FC Twente
FC Twente
(1/3) 1977–78   AZ (1/4) 1978–79   Ajax (8/18) 1979–80   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(5/12)

1980–81   AZ (2/4) 1981–82   AZ (3/4) 1982–83   Ajax (9/18) 1983–84   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(6/12) 1984–85   FC Utrecht
FC Utrecht
(1/3) 1985–86   Ajax (10/18) 1986–87   Ajax (11/18) 1987–88   PSV (4/9) 1988–89   PSV (5/9) 1989–90   PSV (6/9)

1990–91   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(7/12) 1991–92   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(8/12) 1992–93   Ajax (12/18) 1993–94   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(9/12) 1994–95   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(10/12) 1995–96   PSV (7/9) 1996–97   Roda JC (1/2) 1997–98   Ajax (13/18) 1998–99   Ajax (14/18) 1999–00   Roda JC (2/2)

2000–01   FC Twente
FC Twente
(2/3) 2001–02   Ajax (15/18) 2002–03   FC Utrecht
FC Utrecht
(2/3) 2003–04   FC Utrecht
FC Utrecht
(3/3) 2004–05   PSV (8/9) 2005–06   Ajax (16/18) 2006–07   Ajax (17/18) 2007–08   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(11/12) 2008–09   Heerenveen 2009–10   Ajax (18/18)

2010–11   FC Twente
FC Twente
(3/3) 2011–12   PSV (9/9) 2012–13   AZ (4/4) 2013–14   PEC Zwolle 2014–15   FC Groningen 2015–16   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(12/12) 2016–17   Vitesse

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Dutch Supercup / Johan Cruijff Shield winners

1949   SVV 1991   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(1/2) 1992   PSV (1/11) 1993   Ajax (1/8) 1994   Ajax (2/8) 1995   Ajax (3/8) 1996   PSV (2/11) 1997   PSV (3/11) 1998   PSV (4/11) 1999   Feyenoord
Feyenoord
(2/2) 2000   PSV (5/11) 2001   PSV (6/11) 2002   Ajax (4/8) 2003   PSV (7/11) 2004   FC Utrecht 2005   Ajax (5/8) 2006   Ajax (6/8) 2007   Ajax (7/8) 2008   PSV (8/11) 2009   AZ 2010   FC Twente
FC Twente
(1/2) 2011   FC Twente
FC Twente
(2/2) 2012   PSV (9/11) 2013   Ajax (8/8) 2014   PEC Zwolle 2015   PSV (10/11) 2016   PSV (11/11)

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 234847

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