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Feyenoord

association football club in the Netherlands
(Redirected from Feyenoord Rotterdam)

Feyenoord Rotterdam is a Dutch football team from Rotterdam. They play their home matches in the Feijenoord Stadium, also called De Kuip. Feyenoord is created on July 19,1908. Their home uniform is a red and white shirt with black shorts and black socks. Their away colours for the 2007/2008 season are a black, red and white shirt with black shorts and black socks. They play in the Eredivisie, which is the highest football competition in The Netherlands. Everytime Feyenoord scores at home, the song I Will Survive by The Hermes House band is played.

Feyenoord
Full nameFeyenoord Rotterdam
Founded1908
GroundFeijenoord Stadion
Rotterdam
Ground Capacity51,137
ChairmanDick van Well
ManagerRonald Koeman
LeagueEredivisie
2013/2013Eredivisie, 2nd

NameEdit

  • 1908-1909 Wilhelmina
  • 1909-1909 HFC
  • 1909-1912 Celeritas
  • 1912-1973 Feijenoord Rotterdam
  • 1973-present Feyenoord Rotterdam

League positionEdit

Season League Position
2000/01 Eredivisie 2nd
2001/02 Eredivisie 3rd
2002/03 Eredivisie 3rd
2003/04 Eredivisie 3rd
2004/05 Eredivisie 4th
2005/06 Eredivisie 3rd
2006/07 Eredivisie 9th
2007/08 Eredivisie 6th
2008/09 Eredivisie 8th
2009/10 Eredivisie 4th
2010/11 Eredivisie 10th
2011/12 Eredivisie 2nd

Former positionEdit


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