FC Wageningen

FC Wageningen (before 1978 Wageningen and WVV Wageningen) was a Dutch football club which was founded on August 27, 1911.[1],[2] The club played its matches in the Wageningse Berg stadium.[3]

FC Wageningen
Full nameFC Wageningen
FoundedAugust 27, 1911
DissolvedJune 30, 1992
GroundWageningse Berg
Wageningen
Capacity6800
Chairman 
Manager 
League 

Its first success came on June 18, 1939, when the team won the KNVB Cup by defeating PSV Eindhoven (2–1 after extra-time) in Arnhem. Nine years later, on June 19, 1948, FC Wageningen once again won the Cup, this time by a win over DWV.

The club went bankrupt in 1992, and played its last match in May 1992 against NAC Breda.[4] It was disestablished on June 30. The amateur branch still exists as WVV Wageningen.

Honours

1938–39, 1947–48
1967–68

Results 1963 – 1992

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Eredivisie
Eerste divisie

Former managers

References

  1. "Historie – Voetbal" (in Dutch). www.stadiondewageningseberg.nl. Retrieved 28 November 2012.
  2. Bor, Rien (2001). De Onneembare Vesting; de historie van het betaald voetbal op De Wageningse Berg 1954 -1992.
  3. http://www.stadiondewageningseberg.nl Stadium Wageningse berg
  4. "Je trots, iets van je identiteit valt weg" (in Dutch). Trouw.
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