S.V. Walking Boyz Company

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S.V. Walking Boyz Company also SV WBC or WBC, is a Surinamese association football club based in Paramaribo. They have won the Surinamese Hoofdklasse title three times.[1] The club play at the Essed Stadion with a capacity of 3,500 spectators, which is also the National Stadium and is shared with several clubs.

Walking Boyz Company
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Full nameSport Vereniging Walking Boyz Company
Nickname(s)WBC, WBC Paramaribo, Walking Boyz Company
Founded16 January 1997
Dissolved2019
GroundAndre Kamperveen Stadion
Paramaribo
Capacity3,500
PresidentGlenn Ramautar
LeagueTopklasse
2017–185th
Current season

HistoryEdit

Walking Boyz Company were founded on 16 January 1997 in Paramaribo. Seven years later the team won its first national championship, winning the first Championship-Super Cup double in Suriname in 2004. WBC went on to win two more national titles in 2006 and 2009, winning the Super Cup (Suriname President's Cup) as well on both occasions.

Due to their results, the club were able to participate in the CFU Club Championship, the International Caribbean club competition which leads to qualification for the CONCACAF Champions League. Their best result was a second round finish of the tournament on two occasions. Losing to Joe Public from Trinidad and Tobago in 2010, and to the Puerto Rico Islanders in the 2011 edition.

RosterEdit

First team squadEdit

as of 30 March 2011[2]
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   SUR Dewkumar Somai
2 DF   SUR Ferdinand Jap-A-Joe
3 MF   SUR Clifton Sandvliet
4 DF   SUR Renando Lupson
5 DF   SUR Clifton Tijn Liep Shie
6 DF   SUR Johannes Asaimi
7 FW   NED Fabian van Dijk
8 MF   SUR Vangelino Sastrodimedjo
9 MF   PER Piero Gonzales
10 FW   SUR Gregory Rigters
11 FW   SUR Bebeto Odang
12 DF   TRI Marlon Filter
14 MF   TRI Mitchel Lynch
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 MF   SUR Vernon Etnel
18 GK   GRN Robert Perre
20 FW   SUR Gino Brandon
20 FW   SUR Iwan Ave
21 FW   BRA Alex
22 GK   SUR Andrew Zebeda
23 MF   NED Milton Koenders
91 GK   NED Aron Kogel
24 FW   CUW Regillo Kemper
25 FW   SUR Garry Sordjo
26 FW   SUR Elias Afonsoewa
30 GK   SUR Jerrell Robert
33 MF   SUR Romano Sordam
 
WBC lining up ahead of the 2009 Suriname President's Cup final against Inter Moengotapoe

List Of CoachesEdit

ResultsEdit

International CompetitionsEdit

First Round v.   Defense Force – 2:1
First Round v.   Alpha United – 1:1
First Round v.   Centre Bath Estate – 3:0
Second Round v.   Joe Public – 0:5
Second Round v.   System 3 – 2:0
First Stage v.   Northern United All Stars – 3:1, 3:0
Second Stage v.   Puerto Rico Islanders – 1:1, 0:7

HonoursEdit

NationalEdit

2004, 2006, 2009
2009
2004, 2006, 2009

OtherEdit

  • Paramaribo Cup: 3
2007, 2008, 2009

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Surinam – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 18 December 2010.
  2. ^ "Walking Bout Company – 2010/11 Roster 7 Statistics". CONCACAF. CONCACAF. Retrieved 30 March 2011.