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Rkvv Olympia
Rooms Katholieke Voetbal Vereniging Olympia, known as Olympia, was a Surinamese football club based in Centrum, Paramaribo
Centrum, Paramaribo
that played in the Hoofdklasse, the highest level of football in Suriname. In 1923 the club became the first official national champion of Suriname. History[edit] Olympia was founded as a Roman Catholic club on 27 January 1919, two days after the inauguration of their sporting grounds, the Katholieke Sport Centrale. Situated on the Patronaatterrein, the Katholieke Sport Centrale had been established as a replacement for the Gouvernementsplein as the primary playing field for organized football matches in Paramaribo
Paramaribo
at the time. The club were able to secure the first two official National championships of the SVB Hoofdklasse in 1923 and 1924
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Centrum, Paramaribo
Centrum is a resort in Suriname, located in the Paramaribo District. Its population at the 2012 census was 20,631.[1] References[edit]^ Statoids.comThis Suriname
Suriname
location article is a stub
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Ronnie Brunswijkstadion
Ronnie Brunswijkstadion is an association football stadium located in Moengo, Suriname. The stadium is owned and operated by the Surinamese politician Ronnie Brunswijk, and the main tenant is Inter Moengotapoe,[1] a football club that competes in Suriname's top league, the Hoofdklasse. The capacity is around 3,000. References[edit]^ de Vries, Ellen (2005). Suriname
Suriname
na de binnenlandse oorlog. KIT Publishers. p. 13. ISBN 90-6832-499-3. v t eFootball venues in SurinameTopklasseAndré Kamperveen Stadion Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion Eddy Blackman Stadion Moengo
Moengo
Stadion N.G.V.B. Stadion Ronnie Brunswijkstadion Meerzorg StadionEerste KlasseClarence Seedorf Stadion De Hut Veld Eddy Blackman Stadion George Deul Sportcomplex J. Eliazer Stadion Letitia Vriesde Sportcomplex LSB-stadion Nacionello Stadion Nickerie Voetbal Stadion VoorwaartsveldOthersGeorge W
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S.V. Robinhood
Sport Vereniging Robinhood is a Surinamese football club based in Paramaribo
Paramaribo
that competes in the SVB Topklasse, the highest level of football in Suriname. Founded on 6 February 1945, Robinhood is the most successful club in Surinamese football, having won a record 23 league titles, and a record of five Beker van Surinames and President's Cups apiece. The club was the first Surinamese club to make the final of a North American tournament, reaching the 1972 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
CONCACAF Champions' Cup
final. Though making five CONCACAF
CONCACAF
club championship finals in their history, Robinhood has never won a continental title. A majority of the club's success was during the 1970s and 1980s at the helm of longtime manager, Ronald Kolf, who led the club to the 30 of 31 honors received
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Sportvereniging Nationaal Leger
Sportvereniging Nationaal Leger
Sportvereniging Nationaal Leger
known as SNL, is the Surinamese football club of the national military, which currently plays in the SVB Eerste Klasse. They play their home games in Paramaribo
Paramaribo
at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion.[2]Contents1 History1.1 Early years 1.2 Foundation 1.3 1940's–1950's 1.4 Expansion and name change2 Honours 3 ReferencesHistory[edit] Early years[edit] In 1926 the military football club M.V.V. (Militaire Voetbal Vereniging) was founded, out of which SNL amalgamated. Prior to the establishment of M.V.V. however, there was another football club of the Surinamese military, namely M.V.C.J. (Militaire Voetbal Club Juliana), founded in 1909
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S.V. Transvaal
Sport Vereniging Transvaal is a Surinamese association football club, which currently play in the Topklasse, the top flight of football in Suriname. They play their home games in Paramaribo
Paramaribo
at André Kamperveen Stadion to a capacity of 7,100. The team is one of Suriname's most successful, having won their first league championship in 1925, and having won a total of 19, good for second most in Suriname
Suriname
after Robinhood. Transvaal have also won the Beker van Suriname
Suriname
(Surinamese Cup) three times and the Suriname President's Cup twice (1997 and 2008). The biggest international successes were in 1973 and 1981, both resulting in CONCACAF
CONCACAF
Champions Cup victories
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SV Voorwaarts
Sport Vereniging Voorwaarts is an association football club from Paramaribo, Suriname, which currently play in the Surinamese Topklasse.Contents1 History1.1 Foundation 1.2 Early years 1.3 Renaissance 1.4 1978: First trip to Europe1.4.1 Tour results2 Squad 2011–12 3 Notable Coaches 4 Team records 5 Achievements 6 Performance in CONCACAF competitions 7 ReferencesHistory[edit] Foundation[edit] Founded on August 1, 1919 by a group of school kids, primarily from the Hendrikschool, who had decided that they wanted to continue to play organized football in the club associations, following the completion of their studies. The club was founded at the parents' house of 13 year old club member Bob Verhoeven in Fort Zeelandia. Other members who were present at the club's foundation were former players Max Enuma, William Read, Daisy A. Samson, George Meyer, Henny van Eyck, A. Eddie Zaal and Eddy van Hoek
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S.V. Walking Boyz Company
S.V. Walking Boyz Company
S.V. Walking Boyz Company
also SV WBC or WBC, is a Surinamese association football club based in Paramaribo
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Andre Kamperveen Stadion
André Kamperveen
André Kamperveen
Stadium formerly the National Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname. Since its opening in 1953, the stadium has been the official home stadium of both football teams S.V. Transvaal
S.V. Transvaal
and S.V. Robinhood
S.V. Robinhood
and the official national stadium of the Suriname
Suriname
national football team. With an official capacity of 7,100, it is the largest stadium in Suriname.[1] Regarded as one of the most famous and iconic football stadiums in the Guianas, the stadium is also home to the Suriname
Suriname
Athletics Federation (SAB) as well as the Suriname
Suriname
Cycling Union (SWU). In 1997 Walking Boyz Company joined Transvaal and Robinhood as the third football team to make the stadium their home
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Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion
Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion formerly known as the Flora Stadion and commonly called the Frank Essed Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname. It is home to SVB Hoofdklasse club SV Leo Victor and SVB Eerste Klasse outfits, SV Cosmos, Royal '95 and Super Red Eagles. It is also the home stadium of SNL, the football club of the national military of Suriname, competing in the Eerste Klasse. The stadium was named after Surinamese politician and forestry scientist Frank Essed.[1] Location[edit] The Frank Essed Stadium is located in Southwestern part of Paramaribo, in the Flora neighborhood
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Meerzorg Stadion
Meerzorg Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Meerzorg, Suriname. It is home to both SVB Hoofdklasse clubs SV Excelsior and SV Nishan 42. The stadium has a capacity of 1,300 people[1] Location[edit] The Meerzorg Stadium is located along the Oost-Westverbinding in the Southeast part of Meerzorg, Commewijne District across the Suriname river from the capital city Paramaribo.[2] References[edit]^ "Stadiums in Suriname". Worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 11 February 2016.  ^ "Meerzorg Stadion". Europlan-online.de. Retrieved 11 February 2016. v t eFootball venues in SurinameTopklasseAndré Kamperveen Stadion Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion Eddy Blackman Stadion Moengo Stadion N.G.V.B. Stadion Ronnie Brunswijkstadion Meerzorg StadionEerste KlasseClarence Seedorf Stadion De Hut Veld Eddy Blackman Stadion George Deul Sportcomplex J. Eliazer Stadion Letitia Vriesde Sportcomplex LSB-stadion Nacionello Stadion Nickerie Voetbal Stadion VoorwaartsveldOthersGeorge W
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Moengo Stadion
Moengo Stadion is a football stadium in Moengo, Suriname. It is the home stadium of football club S.V. Notch competing in the SVB Hoofdklasse. The stadium holds 2,000.[1] References[edit]^ "Moengo Stadion". Estadios.org. v t eFootball venues in SurinameTopklasseAndré Kamperveen Stadion Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion Eddy Blackman Stadion Moengo Stadion N.G.V.B. Stadion Ronnie Brunswijkstadion Meerzorg StadionEerste KlasseClarence Seedorf Stadion De Hut Veld Eddy Blackman Stadion George Deul Sportcomplex J. Eliazer Stadion Letitia Vriesde Sportcomplex LSB-stadion Nacionello Stadion Nickerie Voetbal Stadion VoorwaartsveldOthersGeorge W. Streepy Stadion Category Commonsv t eSVB Topklasse2016–17 clubsBotopasi Inter Moengotapoe Jong Rambaan Leo Victor Nishan 42 Notch PVV Robinhood SNL Transvaal Voorwaarts Walking Boyz CompanyStadiumsAndre Kamperveen Stadion Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion LSB Stadion Meerzorg Stadion Moengo Stadion N.G.V.B
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N.G.V.B. Stadion
N.G.V.B.
N.G.V.B.
Stadion is an association football stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname. It is home to SVB Eerste Klasse club PVV, the football club of the Surinamese police force. The stadium also serves as a primary stadium for the SVB Eerste Klasse, and the occasional Hoofdklasse fixture. The stadium is owned and operated by the N.G.V.B.
N.G.V.B.
(Nieuwe Generatie Voetbal Bond, English: New Generation Football Association) a member association of the SVB.[1] Location[edit] The N.G.V.B.
N.G.V.B.
Stadium is located in Southwestern part of Paramaribo
Paramaribo
on the Prins Hendrikstraat.[2] References[edit]^ "Stadiums in Suriname". Worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 10 February 2016.  ^ "N.G.V.B.; De eerste Surinaamse sportencyclopedie (1893-1988)". Alberga, Paramaribo. Retrieved 10 February 2016. v t eFootball venues in SurinameTopklasseAndré Kamperveen Stadion Dr. Ir
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Voorwaartsveld
Voorwaartsveld is an association football stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname. It is home to SVB Hoofdklasse club SV Voorwaarts, the oldest association football club in the country that is still active. The stadium seats 1,500 people.[1] Location[edit] The Voorwaartsveld is located on the SV Voorwaartslaan behind the NIS (Anthony Nesty Sporthal) in the southern part of Paramaribo. It is on the east end of the Jaggernath Lachmonstraat.[2] References[edit]^ "Stadiums in Suriname". Worldstadiums.com. Retrieved 4 February 2016.  ^ "SV Voorwaarts organiseert afscheidsfeest Sabakoe Suriname tour 2013". SME Sport. Retrieved 8 February 2016. v t eFootball venues in SurinameTopklasseAndré Kamperveen Stadion Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion Eddy Blackman Stadion Moengo Stadion N.G.V.B. Stadion Ronnie Brunswijkstadion Meerzorg StadionEerste KlasseClarence Seedorf Stadion De Hut Veld Eddy Blackman Stadion George Deul Sportcomplex J
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S.V. Notch
Sporting Vereniging Notch is a Surinamese football club based in Moengo, Marowijne. The club presently competes in the Surinamese Hoofdklasse, the top tier of Surinamese football. Notch earned promotion into the Hoofdklasse after winning the Surinamese Eerste Klasse, the second tier of Surinamese football.[1] The club kit manufacturer is Jako.Contents1 Players1.1 Current squad2 Notable Coaches 3 Honours 4 Performance in CONCACAF competitions 5 References 6 External linksPlayers[edit] Current squad[edit]As of 2 February 2016Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules
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V.V. Ajax
Voetbal Vereniging Ajax commonly known as Ajax, was a Surinamese football club based in Paramaribo
Paramaribo
that played in the Surinamese Hoofdklasse, the highest level of football in Suriname. The club played their home games on the Mr. Bronsplein.[1] Named after the Dutch football club Ajax, the club was founded on 3 June 1921 by H. Gunning.[2] The chairman of the club in its inception was H.M. Landkoer who successfully led the team to three national titles in the late twenties.[3] Honours[edit]HoofdklasseChampions (3):1926–27, 1927–28, 1929Dragtenbeker[4]Winners (1):1929Emancipatiebeker[4]Winners (1):1929References[edit]^ "Surinam – List of Champions". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 2015-12-12.  ^ "Surinam – List of Foundation Dates". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 2015-12-12.  ^ "De Vraagbaak. Almanak voor Suriname
Suriname
1928". dbnl.org
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