sc Heerenveen
sc Heerenveen
Top (left to right): Tygo Land, Willard Timmerman, Melle Witteveen, Gedeon de Groot, Bernt Klaverboer, Mark Huizinga, Jack van der Zee, Teun Heijmans en Ties de Boer
Center (left to right): Vincent Schinkel (physio), Jan Nijkamp (team manager), Daniel Meijers, Amir Ismail, Jeffrey Theunisse, Ties Oostra, Darren Wevers, Sebastiaan Hagedoorn, Gerwin van den Berg (team manager) en Lieke Huls (physio)
Bottom (left to right): Henk Jan Feith (assistant coach), Christian Sabuni, Matt Passacquale, Rasmus Christiansen, Niek Westra (head coach), Trustin van ’t Loo, Oliver Braude, Nigel Marengo, Joey van den Berg (assistant coach)
Missing: Noah Stassin


sc Heerenveen was founded on July 20, 1920 under the name Athleta, after which the name was changed to Spartaan a year later. When the club joined the competition of the Dutch Football Association a year later, the club was given the name VV Heerenveen, because other clubs were already playing under the name (De) Spartaan. After the split into amateur and professional football, the name changed to sc Heerenveen on 1 June 1977.

sc Heerenveen plays in the Eredivisie of both the men’s and women’s league. The biggest successes that the club has achieved are winning the KNVB cup in 2009 and reaching the UEFA Champions League in 2000-2001.

sc Heerenveen has had a good youth academy over the years. Examples of players who come from this youth academy are: Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea), Daley Sinkgraven (Bayern Leverkusen), Michel Vlap (FC Twente, loane from RSC Anderlecht), Luciano Narsingh (ex-PSV and Feyenoord), Kik Pierie (FC Twente, loaned from Ajax).
This season, Trustin van ‘t Loo (U18 player) made his debut in the A team against Fortuna Sittard.

Currently, several players who are in the squad for the KST play for various national selections. Tygo Land (Netherlands U16), Gedeon de Groot (Congo U18), Bernt Klaverboer (Netherlands U17), Oliver Braude (Norway U18) and Noah Stassin (Belgium U18).
sc Heerenveen debuted at the KST in 2019 and is coming to Ruurlo for the second time. The team finished fifth in the autumn competition 2021, the highest youth league in the Netherlands, in which the team has been playing for years.

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