HBS Craeyenhout

HBS Craeyenhout is a Dutch sports team based in The Hague that fields teams in association football, cricket and hockey. They are best known for their association football team based in The Hague, a part of the wider HBS Craeyenhout sports team. One of the original clubs of Dutch football, and three times champions (1903–04, 1905–06,1924–1925), the club refused to enter into professionalism in the 1950s and has played at the amateur level since then. It currently plays in the Hoofdklasse.

HBS Craeyenhout
HBS Craeyenhout logo.png
Full nameHBS Craeyenhout
Founded1893
GroundSportpark Daal en Bergselaan
The Hague
Capacity1,000[1]
ChairmanLeif de Kloet
ManagerMarcel Koning
LeagueHoofdklasse
2019–208th, Sunday A Hoofdklasse

FootballEdit

 
HBS-Craeyenhout

Founded in 1893, HBS Craeyenhout spent a period of 58 years – 1896 to 1954 – in the top division of Dutch football, winning the league in 1903–04, 1905–06 and 1924–1925. The club contributed a number of players to the Dutch national side, and chose to keep playing as an amateur team. A notable part in HBS Craeyenhout's history is when they defeated Racing of Belgium 1-0 in the 1901 Coupe Ponthoz Final, a competition that is considered one of the predecessors to UEFA-sanctioned European competitions.

In 2011 HBS was promoted to the Topklasse as Hoofdklasse champions.

HistoryEdit

 
HBS football teeam 1931-1932: v.d. Bergen, van Romondt, Ophorst, van Kesteren, d'Fonseca, Diehl, Schoorl, Arntzenius, Denis, Vermetten, Rambonnet

A boy got a ball for his birthday gift and with two of his friends from the Secondary School in The Hague set up a "Football Club" on 7 October 1893. The three founders were J. Dijkman, A.W.G. Stigter and H. Tengbergen. They played at the Hague Malieveld, where every Hague club played at that time. The club was no longer a school club, in 1898, retaining the initials, adopted the name "Houdt Braef Stant". The first shirt was blue with white letters HBS on. On October 1, 1894 HBS founded with HVV Football at the Hague. In 1897 the club merged with HBS Hector. In addition, the dress in a white shirt with a wide red stripe on the chest and back was changed and black trousers. In 1898 the government, as owner of the banned Malieveld football there. HVV moved to its current location in the Benoordenhout and HBS to a field on the Beeklaan at a farm named "Hanenburg '(on the site of the current Hanenburglaan). In 1900 moved to the HBS Valkenboslaan, on the corner of the current Weimar Street, not far from the former location vanVUC. In 1905 HBS chose a new outfit, which was completely black. The nickname 'Crows' dates from that time. At that time, HBS twice champion and twice won the silver ball. In 1910 HBS moved because of the growth of the club to Houtrust, which was located at the beginning of the Sportlaan in Houtrust Avenue. Here was a stadium that would eventually have. Capacity of 25 000 spectators The construction of the Atlantic Wall had HBS Houtrust abandoned in 1943 and the club got to the shelter at VUC Schenkkade. After repairs HBS returned after the war Houtrust back. From 1955 she was sharing the accommodation Scheveningen Holland Sport, one of the two Hague professional clubs. HBS played one Sunday and SHS another. In 1966 discussed the Hague HBS with a move to the Houtrust Daal and Bergselaan because the sublet actually was a thorn in the eyes of the council. In 1968 the move was concrete. At HBS could not just join. Until well into the 60s a system of balloting ensured that unwanted people. Membership of the HBS safeguarded A new member could only join if he was nominated. By five members of HBS The Hague associations HVV and Quick went to ballot

HonoursEdit

Netherlands Football League Championship

Current squadEdit

As of 1 February 2016

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 Gianni Kamperveen
2 DF   CUW Richelo Fecunda
3 DF   NED Bart Koffeman
4 DF   NED Ricardo Samoender
5 DF   NED Jan-Paul Saeijs
6 DF   NED Stijn Houben
7 MF   NED Jasper Roberti
8 MF   NED Kevin Schutte
9 MF   NED Dominique Broekhuizen
10 FW   NED Tjeerd Westdijk
11 DF   NED Niels van Pelt
12 FW   NED Ali Al Fredawi
13 MF   NED Bram Ros
No. Pos. Nation Player
14 MF   NED Mike Tros
15 MF   NED Berend Kaster
16 FW   NED Jim Roberti
17 GK   NED Danny Gout
18 FW   NED Jelmer de Winter
19 DF   NED Mahjoub Mathlouti
20 MF   NED Willem Six
21 FW   NED Joost Jonkman
22 GK   NED Silver Wartna
23 MF   NED Mike de Geer (captain)
24 FW   NED Sami Aoulad Said
25 MF   NED Noa de Jong
26 FW   NED Harvey Van Beek

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sportpark Daal en Bergselaan" (in Dutch). Soccerway. Retrieved 17 June 2011.

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