SC Heerenveen (women)

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sc Heerenveen
Full nameSportclub Heerenveen Vrouwen
Founded2007
Ground Sportpark Skoatterwâld, Heerenveen
Capacity3,000
ChairmanRobert Veenstra
Head coach Roeland ten Berge
League Eredivisie
2021–22 7th
Website Club website

SC Heerenveen Vrouwen [1] is a Dutch women's football (soccer) club based in Heerenveen representing SC Heerenveen in the Vrouwen Eredivisie, the top women's league in the Netherlands. [2]

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Founded in 2007, Heerenveen was a founding member of the Vrouwen Eredivisie. After finishing last in 2008 and 2010 and second-to-last in 2009, in 2011 it attained its best result yet, finishing 4th and reaching the national cup final, lost against AZ Alkmaar. [3] In April 2011 the club announced the women's team would be disbanded following the end of the season, [4] but it subsequently cancelled the decision. [5] The following season Heerenveen returned to the bottom of the table, ending last.

In the 2012–13 season, Heerenveen moved in the newly founded BeNe League. It was the second-to-last Dutch team in the championship, an overall 11th position.

Competition record

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Women's eredivisie
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SeasonDivisionPositionW – D – L = PtsGF – GATop scorer KNVB Cup
2007–08 Eredivisie6 / 62 – 5 – 13 = 1112 – 40 Delies, Eefting, Spitse (3)Quarterfinals
2008–09 6 / 76 – 3 – 15 = 2128 – 43 Smit (14)
2009–10 6 / 64 – 6 – 10 = 1819 – 30Smit (11)Quarterfinals
2010–11 4 / 89 – 7 – 5 = 3433 – 30Smit (9)Finalist
2011–12 7 / 74 – 3 – 11 = 1525 – 38 Miedema (10)Quarterfinals
2012–13 BeNe League11 / 169 – 6 – 13 = 3355 – 50Miedema (27)Semifinals
2013–14 4 / 1415 – 2 – 9 = 4773 – 47Miedema (41)Quarterfinals
2014–15 10 / 137 – 2 – 15 = 2326 – 44 Folkertsma (6)Quarterfinals
2015–16 Eredivisie6 / 74 – 5 – 15 = 1721 – 54 Slegter (5)Round of 16
2016–17 6 / 89 – 3 – 15 = 3053 – 60 Kets (16)Semifinals
2017–18 3 / 99 – 5 – 10 = 3244 – 45 Kalma (21)Semifinals
2018–19 6 / 912 – 6 – 7 = 4274 – 44
2019–20 a4 / 85 – 3 – 4 = 1818 – 17
2020–21 5 / 86 – 6 – 8 = 2432 – 38 Van Dijk (7)
2021–22

a = at time of cancellation of season due to Covid-19

Players

Current squad

As of 16 September 2021.

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
2 DF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Jasmin Duppen
5 DF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Merel Bormans
6 MF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Dana Philippo
9 FW Flag of Portugal.svg  POR Francisca Cardoso
11 FW Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Zoi van de Ven
12 MF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Jet van der Veen
13 DF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Nina Nijstad
15 FW Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Nikée van Dijk
16 DF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Fenna Meijer
17 DF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Femke Pietersma
18 MF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Eef Kerkhoff
20 FW Flag of the United States.svg  USA Kristen McFarland
21 MF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Nayomi Buikema
No.Pos.NationPlayer
GK Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Ricci Geenan
GK Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Jasmijn Resink
DF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Anna Ruiter
MF Flag of the Netherlands.svg  NED Dayna Schra

Source: uk.women.soccerway.com [6]

Former players

Former internationals

Head coaches

Broadcasting

As of the 2020–21 season, league matches played on Sunday are broadcast on Fox Sports. Public service broadcaster NOS occasionally broadcasts some Sunday games live and provides game highlights during the Studio Sport programme. [7]

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References

  1. "Official Club site". sc Heerenveen Women. Retrieved 18 March 2012.
  2. Profile in UEFA's website
  3. Eredivisie tables in Soccerway.com
  4. Heerenveen closes its women's team. Archived 2012-05-29 at the Wayback Machine Vrouwenvoetbal Nederland
  5. Heerenveen will keep on with women's football Archived 2012-05-29 at the Wayback Machine . Vrouwenvoetbal Nederland
  6. "SC Heerenveen (vrouwen)". Soccerway (Women soccer). Retrieved 17 August 2018.
  7. "Women's Eredivisie secures coverage on Fox Sports and NOS". Sport Business. 10 August 2020. Retrieved 1 December 2020.

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