SC Telstar

SC Telstar is a Dutch football club based in IJmuiden. The club was established in 1963 after the merger of two football clubs in the town of IJmuiden.

Telstar
Full nameSportclub Telstar
Nickname(s)Witte Leeuwen (The White Lions)
Founded17 July 1963 (1963-07-17)
GroundRabobank IJmond Stadion, IJmuiden
Capacity3,625
ManagerAndries Jonker
LeagueEerste Divisie
2018–19Eerste Divisie, 15th
WebsiteClub website

History

When professional football was introduced in the Netherlands, both Stormvogels and neighbouring club VSV played in the professional leagues. Because of financial problems at both clubs, their professional teams were merged on 17 July 1963. The new club was named Telstar, after the Telstar communication satellite launched that year. Stormvogels and VSV returned to amateur football. In 2001, Telstar and Stormvogels merged again, this time forming Stormvogels Telstar. This merger was disbanded on 1 July 2008, with the professional branch continuing as Telstar.

Its home stadium is the 3,625 seater Telstar Stadion and its home colors are white. VSV won the KNVB Cup in 1938.

Honours

Club names

  • 1963–2001: Telstar
  • 2001–2008: Stormvogels Telstar
  • 2008–present: Telstar

Results

Below is a table with Telstar's domestic results since the introduction of professional football in 1956.

Current squad

As of 19 August 2019[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Anthony Swolfs
2 DF Shaquill Sno
3 DF Kick Groot
4 MF Charlie Gilmour (on loan from Norwich City)
5 DF Redouan El Yaakoubi
6 MF Frank Korpershoek (captain)
7 FW Elayis Tavşan (on loan from Sparta Rotterdam)
8 MF Senne Lynen
9 FW Reda Kharchouch
10 DF Melle Springer
11 FW Anthony Berenstein
12 GK Sven van der Maaten
13 DF Ilias Bronkhorst
No. Position Player
14 MF Marcus McGuane (on loan from FC Barcelona)
15 FW Rashaan Fernandes
16 DF Sam Aarts
17 MF Sven van Doorm
18 DF Benaissa Benamar
19 FW Richelor Sprangers
20 GK Abdel El Ouazzane
21 MF Anass Najah
23 FW Cas Dijkstra
25 DF Shayne Pattynama
27 FW Roscello Vlijter
29 FW Glynor Plet
30 FW Tuur Houben

Retired numbers

022: Luciano van den Berg, defender (2004–2005)—posthumous honour.

Staff

Historic facts

All-time leading goalscorers

Pos. Name Birth Nationality Goals
1 Sander Oostrom 14 July 1967 87
2 Melvin Holwijn 2 January 1980 60
3 Ronald Hoop 4 April 1967 52
4 Cees van Kooten 20 August 1948 45
5 Rini van Roon 24 January 1961 43
6 Co Stout 7 September 1948 41
Ron de Roode 20 March 1965 41
Glynor Plet 30 January 1987 41
9 Dick Bond 27 December 1943 38
10 Jan Bruin 30 September 1969 37

Most appearances

Pos. Name Birth Nationality Appearances
1 Fred Bischot 23 July 1948 372
2 Frans van Essen 19 February 1948 360
3 Anthony Correia 2 May 1982 355
4 Frank Korpershoek 29 October 1984 343
5 Paul van der Meeren 6 July 1944 339
6 Fred André 31 May 1941 321
7 Sander Oostrom 14 July 1967 320
8 Koos Kuut 2 January 1958 310
9 Richard van Heulen 13 October 1981 294
10 René Panhuis 26 August 1964 282

Former managers

Period Manager Nationality
1963–64 Toon van den Ende
1964–65 Jack Mansell
1965–66 Oliver Gaspar
1966–69 Piet de Visser
1969–74 Jan Rab
1974–77 Joop Castemiller
1977–78 Mircea Petescu
1978–80 Martin van Vianen
1980–83 Joop Brand
1983–87 Fred André
1987–88 Cor van der Hart
1988–90 Cees Glas
1990–93 Niels Overweg
1993–95 Simon Kistemaker
1995–97 Cor Pot
1997–98 Harry van den Ham
1998–99 Henny Lee
1999–01 Simon Kistemaker
2001–02 Toon Beijer
2002–05 Jan Poortvliet
2005–08 Luc Nijholt
2008–10 Edward Metgod
2010–2012 Jan Poortvliet
2012–2014 Marcel Keizer
2014–2017 Michel Vonk
2017–2019 Mike Snoei
2019- Andries Jonker

References

  1. "Eerste Elftal". sctelstar.nl. Retrieved 24 July 2019.
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