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SVV Scheveningen

SVV Scheveningen

Scheveningse Voetbal Vereniging Scheveningen is an association football club from Scheveningen, a district of The Hague, Netherlands. The club was founded 1 July 1919. It is currently playing in the Tweede Divisie, the third tier of football in the Netherlands.

SVV Scheveningen
Full nameScheveningse Voetbal Vereniging Scheveningen
GroundHoutrust Scheveningen
ChairmanRon Kleijn
ManagerJohn Blok
LeagueTweede Divisie
2017–18Saturday Derde Divisie, 2nd (promoted)

They play at the Houtrust Scheveningen.[1]


Between 1954 and 1971 the club played professional football under the names SHS and Holland Sport.[1]

The club was selected by the French sports newspaper L'Équipe to participate in 1955–56 European Cup, but declined to do so.

The biggest success in the club's history was the overall amateur title in 1996. Martin Jol was the team manager at that time.

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  NED Björn Bénard
2 DF  NED Tyrone Owusu
3 MF  NED Jordy de Bruijn
4 DF  NED Robert van Koesveld
5 DF  NED Ruben Koorndijk
6 MF  NED Levi Schwiebbe (captain)
7 MF  NED Mitchell de Vlugt
8 DF  NED Crescendo van Berkel
9 FW  NED Tim Peters
10 FW  TUR Mehmet Aldoğan
11 FW  NED Michael de Niet
No. Pos. Nation Player
12 MF  NED Samu Siemens-Brega
14 DF  NED Jari de Jong
15 FW  NED Mo Ouarraki
16 DF  NED Gautam Kalpoe
19 FW  NED Rowdy van der Putten
20 GK  NED Sven van der Maaten
22 MF  NED Nabil Haddadi
23 MF  NED Barry Rog
30 GK  NED Danny Koning
31 MF  NED Chovanie Amatkarijo


  1. "Historie". svv Scheveningen. Retrieved 2 June 2021.
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