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The Parbo Bier Cup is a bi-annual International football(soccer) tournament, which is organized by the Stichting Internationaal Voetbal Suriname (SIVS) of which former Surinamese-Dutch International Stanley Menzo is the chairman. The beer brewery Parbo is the sponsor of the tournament after which it was named.[1]

Parbo Bier Cup
Parbo Bier Cup logo.jpg
Organising bodySIVS
Founded2003
RegionWorldwide
Number of teams4
Current championsNetherlands Vitesse (1st title)

Contents

HistoryEdit

Edition Winner Runner-up Third-place Fourth-place
2003   NAC Breda   Transvaal   Voorwaarts   Robinhood
2004   Netherlands Antilles   Suriname   Leo Victor   Transvaal
2005   RKC Waalwijk   Robinhood   FCS Nacional   SBCS
2007   Suriname-U23   Suriprofs   French Guiana-U23   Guyana-U23
2009   French Guiana   Natio/Suriprofs   Antigua and Barbuda   Guyana
2012   Vitesse   Guyana   Natio/Suriprofs -

Parbo Bier Cup 2003Edit

The 2003 Parbo Bier Cup marked the first edition of the tournament contested from the 15th to 19 January. The participants included Dutch Eredivisie side NAC Breda and Surinamese Hoofdklasse clubs S.V. Robinhood, S.V. Transvaal and S.V. Voorwaarts. NAC Breda won the first Parbo Bier Cup, winning all their matches, defeating Transvaal (5–0) in their final match. Transvall finished the tournament as runner-up, leaving Voorwaarts in third, and Robinhood in fourth place.[2]

Parbo Bier Cup 2004Edit

The 2004 edition of the Parbo Bier Cup was contested by the national teams of the Netherlands Antilles and Suriname, plus two SVB Hoofdklasse clubs, S.V. Transvaal and S.V. Leo Victor. The Netherlands Antilles won the cup with seven points, defeating Transvaal (2–1), Leo Victor (3–2), and drawing with Suriname (1–1), clinching the second edition of the tournament.[3]

Parbo Bier Cup 2005Edit

The Parbo Bier Cup 2005 was the third edition of the tournament. Participating teams were Dutch Eredivisie club RKC Waalwijk, and Surinamese Hoofdklasse clubs S.V. Transvaal, FCS Nacional and SBCS. RKC Waalwijk won all their matches thus winning the cup, followed by Transvaal, Nacional and SBCS, each having won one match, deciding the final placement on goal difference.[4]

Parbo Bier Cup 2007Edit

The Parbo Bier Cup of 2007 was the fourth edition of the tournament. The participating teams were the under-23 teams of French Guiana-U23, Guyana-U23, Suriname-U23 and the Suriprofs, an unofficial team made up of Surinamese expatriates living in Europe. The Suriname under-23 team won the tournament with seven points, defeating Guyana (2–1), drawing with French Guiana (0–0) and defeating the Suriprofs (1–0).[5]

Parbo Bier Cup 2009Edit

The Parbo Bier Cup of 2009 was the fifth edition of the tournament and was held on the 3rd, 5th and 7 June. The four participating teams were the national teams of Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana, French Guiana and Suriname which was represented by a selection of players of the Suriname national team and the Suriprofs.[6]

MatchesEdit

Natio/Suriprofs  0 – 2  French Guiana
Loan Azor   12'
  unknown
French Guiana  2 – 1  Antigua and Barbuda
unknown  
Yemounou  
  18' unknown
Natio/Suriprofs  5 – 1  Guyana
Lens   23'48'
Drenthe   52'
Sordam   86'
Madramosto   93' (o.g.)
  30' Grant
French Guiana  3 – 2  Guyana
onb.   21'
onb.   53'
unknown   72'
  26' Gilkes
  64' Parks

Final tableEdit

Team GP W D L GS GA GD Pts
  French Guiana 3 3 0 0 6 3 +6 9
  Natio/Suriprofs 3 2 0 1 6 3 +3 6
  Antigua and Barbuda 3 1 0 2 3 4 -1 3
  Guyana 3 0 0 3 4 10 -6 0

Suriname (Natio/Suriprofs) selectionEdit

Pos. Name Club Country Apps 1 Goals
GK Rodney Ubbergen Telstar   1 0
GK André Zebeda Robinhood   0 0
DF Marlon Felter Walking Boyz Company   1 0
DF Rinaldo Lupson Walking Boyz Company   1 0
DF Gregory Pokie Walking Boyz Company   0 0
DF Naldo Kwasie Transvaal   0 0
DF Steve Olfers Aalborg BK   0 0
DF Milano Koenders N.E.C.   1 0
DF Kelvin Maynard FC Volendam   0 0
DF Hesdey Suart Helmond Sport   1 0
DF Edson Braafheid 2 FC Twente   0 0
DF Sigourney Bandjar Excelsior   1 0
MF Germain van Dijck Robinhood   1 0
MF Emilio Limón Robinhood   1 0
MF Ives Vlijter Inter Moengotapoe   1 0
MF Romano Sordam Transvaal   0 0
MF Edgar Davids Unattached   3 0
MF Anduele Pryor Vitesse   0 0
FW Giovanni Drenthe Voorwaarts   2 1
FW Gregory Rigters Voorwaarts   0 0
FW Claudio Pinas Inter Moengotapoe   1 0
FW Touvarno Pinas Telstar   0 0
FW Leroy George FC Utrecht   1 0
FW Jeremain Lens AZ Alkmaar   3 2

Parbo Bier Cup 2011Edit

In 2011 the Parbo Bier Cup was cancelled, due to the fact that the main sponsors of the Surinamese Football Association (SVB) at the André Kamperveen Stadion had left no room for the main sponsors of the tournament at the stadium.[7]

Parbo Bier Cup 2012Edit

The participants for the 2012 edition of the Parbo Bier Cup were the Suriprofs/Natio, the national team of Guyana and Dutch Eredivisie club SBV Vitesse.[8] Vitesse finished the tournament as winners of the cup, while Vitesse player Jonathan Reis was awarded the golden boot award as the most valuable player of the tournament.[9]

Vitesse selection: Patrick van Aanholt, Just Berends, Alexander Büttner, Brahim Darri, Jan-Arie van der Heijden, Nicky Hofs, Julian Jenner, Mart Lieder, Alex Santos da Vitória, Anderson Santos da Vitória, Sander van de Streek, Frank van der Struijk, Jonathan Reis, Eloy Room, Piet Velthuizen, Wimilio Vink, Michihiro Yasuda.

MatchesEdit

Vitesse  4 - 2  Guyana
Reis   9'   16'
Van Aanholt   38'
Dennis   63' (e.d.)
Report   43' (pen.) Benfield
  69' Joseph
Attendance: 1.000
Referee:   Andy Pierau
Suriprofs/Natio  1 - 2  Guyana
Koenders   80' Report   49' (pen.) Benfield
  ?' Wilson
Suriprofs/Natio  1 - 2  Vitesse
Schmeltz   86' Report   54' Reis
  82' Berends
Attendance: 3.900
Referee:   Enrico Wijngaarde
Team GP W D L GS GA GD Pts
  Vitesse 2 2 0 0 6 3 +3 6
  Guyana 2 1 0 1 4 5 -1 3
  Suriprofs/Natio 2 0 0 2 2 4 -2 0

ParticipationEdit

By countryEdit

Rank Country Berths Teams
1   Suriname 13 Suriname national team (3), Suriprofs (3), Robinhood (2), Transvaal (2), FCS Nacional (1), Leo Victor (1), SBCS (1), Suriname U-23 (1), Voorwaarts (1)
2   Guyana 3 Guyana national team (2), Guyana U-23 (1)
  Netherlands 3 NAC Breda (1), RKC Waalwijk (1), Vitesse (1)
3   French Guiana 2 French Guiana national team (1), French Guiana U-23 (1)
4   Antigua and Barbuda 1 Antigua and Barbuda national team (1)
  Netherlands Antilles 1 Netherlands Antilles national team (1)

Titles and awardsEdit

Number of titlesEdit

Nr. Club Titles Winning Years
1   Vitesse 1 2012
  French Guiana 1 2009
  Suriname U-23 1 2007
  RKC Waalwijk 1 2005
  Netherlands Antilles 1 2004
  NAC Breda 1 2003

See alsoEdit

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