|Full name||Michael Christiaan Dingsdag|
|Date of birth||18 October 1982|
|Place of birth||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position|| Centre back |
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Michael Christiaan Dingsdag (born 18 October 1982 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch retired footballer.
Dingsdag began his career 1990 in his hometown with DWS and was 1999 scouted by Vitesse/AGOVV. After two years in the youth side by Vitesse/AGOVV was in July 2001 promoted to the Eredivisie side of Vitesse Arnhem. He played in his five years for Vitesse Arnhem 90 games and scored three goals, before signing a contract for League rival SC Heerenveen.
Dingsdag then enjoyed a 5-years stint in Switzerland, with three seasons at FC Sionand another two at Grasshoppers.
In summer 2015, Dingsdag returned to Holland to sign a two-year deal with Eerste Divisie club NAC.He finished his professional career however after one year to become youth coach at NAC. He joined amateur side Veensche Boys at the same time to continue playing.
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