|Full name||Foeke Booy|
|Date of birth||25 April 1962|
|Place of birth||Leeuwarden, Netherlands|
|2000–2002||FC Utrecht (assistant)|
|2009–2012||FC Utrecht (techn dir)|
|2013–2015||Go Ahead Eagles|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Booy played for eight clubs in sixteen seasons. After hometown club Cambuur Leeuwarden, De Graafschap, PEC Zwolle and FC Groningen he opted for a Belgian adventure. He wore the shirt of Kortrijk, Club Brugge and Gent. During his time with Club Brugge, he won the national championship twice and the national cup. In 1994, he played for FC Utrecht. However, a serious knee injury made it almost impossible for Booy to continue to play football at the highest level.
At the age of 34 he therefore decided to focus on a future as a coach. He coached the B-juniors of FC Utrecht, he had Young FC Utrecht under his wing and was assistant to the coach of the A-selection for two years. In 2002, he became technical manager and coach of FC Utrecht.
Booy is the most successful coach in the history of FC Utrecht. In his first year as a coach his team challenged for a European place for a long period but finally ended eighth with 47 points. The climax of the season 2002–03 was the fact that FC Utrecht won the Amstel Cup at Feyenoord's expense. The club from Rotterdam had been beaten in its own stadium 4–1.
In his second year as coach he saw some important names disappear from his selection, but FC Utrecht won the Amstel Cup again and scored only one point less in the league than they did the year before. Last season, Booy obtained the third main trophy with the club: Ajax were beaten at their own stadium, 4–2 in the match for the Johan Cruijff Schaal, the traditional game before the start of the season between the national champions and the Cup winners.
On 18 December 2007, Booy was named as the Sparta Rotterdam coach after managing Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia from summer 2007. He left Sparta at the end of the 2008–09 season to become director of football at FC Utrecht, where he was sacked in May 2012. In November 2012, he was appointed head coach of Cercle Brugge in Belgium. However, in April 2013 he was fired because of poor results.
- As of 21 March 2015
|Utrecht||July 2002||June 2007||Eredivisie||170||66||42||62||220||232||−12||38.82|
|Al-Nassr||July 2007||November 2007||Saudi Premier League||8||3||2||3||10||12||−2||37.50|
|Sparta Rotterdam||18 December 2007||June 2009||Eredivisie||53||16||9||28||77||105||−28||30.19|
|Cercle Brugge||5 November 2012||2 April 2013||Belgian Pro League||17||1||4||12||15||34||−19||5.88|
|Go Ahead Eagles||23 June 2013||22 March 2015||Eredivisie||62||16||13||33||71||120||−49||25.81|
- Foeke Booy nieuwe trainer Sparta - Eindhovens Dagblad ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- Al-Nassr meldt komst Foeke Booy - Trouw ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- FC Utrecht ontslaat Foeke Booy - Rijnmond ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- Foeke Booy nieuwe trainer Cercle Brugge - AD ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- Cercle Brugge ontslaat Foeke Booy - Nieuwsblad ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- Foeke Booy nieuwe trainer van Go Ahead Eagles - AD ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- Go Ahead Eagles ontslaat Foeke Booy - AD ‹See Tfd›(in Dutch)
- "Foeke Booy". Footballdatabase. Retrieved 15 January 2015.