|Full name||Frederick S J de Jong|
|Date of birth||5 April 1964|
|Place of birth||Otorohanga, Waikato, New Zealand|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
He played senior football with Mt. Wellington before moving to Australia, helping Marconi Stallions to consecutive National Soccer League titles in 1988 and 1989. De Jong then took advantage of his heritage, joining Fortuna Sittard in the Dutch Eredivisie (First Division) in 1990, playing against the likes of Romario and Dennis Bergkamp. De Jong played three seasons in the Dutch top flight (53 games; 6 goals) and one more in the Eerste Divisie (Second Division). He returned to New Zealand after the Dutch 1993–94 season to play domestically for Central United and later played in the Australian National Soccer League for the Football Kingz 1999–2000.
De Jong marked his All Whites debut with a substitute appearance in a 6–1 win over Malaysia on 3 April 1984 and ended his international playing career with 21 A-international caps and 3 goals to his credit, his final cap coming in a 0–1 loss to Australia on 30 May 1993.
Post playing careerEdit
His son Andre de Jong, played for the New Zealand national under-17 football team, the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. Andre played in the team, along with Alex Rufer, son of Shane Rufer and Matt Ridenton, son of former New Zealand All White's player Michael Ridenton.
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He is now involved at Ellerslie AFC,where he coaches the 13th grade metro team which his son plays for