De Graafschap
De Graafschap
Top (left to right): Martin Konijnenberg (team manager), Matthijs Gijse, Dennis Hoekman, Ties Wieggers, Lars Molenaar, Chris Verheul, Thomas Kleinpenning, Martije Verheij-Beernink (fysio)
Center (left to right): Kevin Swarthoff (GK coach), Camiel Neghli, Sam Oonincx, Ferran Mombarg, Fethi Ozerdogan (assistant coach), Mounir Azaoum (head coach), Lion Kaak (assistant coach), Joris Kuipers, Pim Lukassen, Siep Rompelaar, Marco Konijnenberg (kit man)
Bottom (left to right): Cas Radstake, Ezra van der Heiden, Romeo Noteboom, Benjamin Roters, Tom te Veluwe, Joran Hardeman, Harry Bakker, Jelle Koenders, Mart Zwiers, Maarten Smits
Missing: Haris Mesic


De Graafschap is one of the clubs that has been at the cradle of professional football in the Netherlands. Following the refusal of the KNVB to introduce professional football, the ‘wild association’ NBVB was set up. Professional football would be played in this league, for which new clubs were established. On February 1, 1954, the professional football club (De Graafschap) was established in Doetinchem. From the establishment of the club, De Graafschap, including the current volume, has played 23 seasons at the highest level.
In the past, De Graafschap has produced various well-known football players through its youth academy. Players such as Guus Hiddink, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Luuk and Siem de Jong, but also Hidde Jurjus and Ted van de Pavert are talents who have played in the youth teams of De Graafschap.

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