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Feyenoord
Feyenoord Rotterdam
Full name Feyenoord Rotterdam
Nickname(s) De club aan de Maas (The Club on the Meuse)

De Stadionclub (The Stadiumclub)
De Trots van Zuid (The Pride of South)

Short name Feyenoord
Founded July 19, 1908
Ground Stadion Feijenoord
(Capacity: 51,177)
Chairman Netherlands Dick van Well
Manager Netherlands Giovanni van Bronckhorst
Current League Eredivisie 
2016-17 Eredivisie, 1st (champions)
Website Club home page
Feyenoord 2016-17 homeFeyenoord 2016-17 away

Feyenoord is a Dutch professional football club located in Rotterdam. With Ajax and PSV, is Feyenoord one of the "big three" clubs in the Netherlands. One or another of these three clubs has won every Dutch League Championship since 1965 – with the exception of AZ '67's 1981 and 2009 titles and FC Twente's 2010 title. In domestic competition, Feyenoord has won 14 Dutch Championships, 12 Dutch Cups and 2 Dutch Supercups to go with the European Cup, two UEFA Cups and the Intercontinental Cup.

Management and coaching staff

Current Technical Staff

Position
Head coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst
Assistant coach Jan Wouters
Assistant coach Jean-Paul van Gastel
Team manager Bas van Noortwijk
Goalkeeping coach Khalid Benlahsen
Physical fitness coach Arno Philips
Recovery coach Marcel Cas
Physio Fred Zwang
Physio Marijn Ewijk
Physio René Dannenburg
Club doctor Casper van Eijck
Director of Football Martin van Geel
Academy Director Richard Grootscholten
Head Coach Reserve Team Patrick Lodewijks

Club alumni

Former players

Main article: List of Feyenoord Rotterdam players

Managers

Main article: List of Feyenoord Rotterdam managers

Club honours

Domestic league

Domestic cup

European competition

Worldwide competition

External links

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Feyenoord squad - 2017-18

1. Mulder 2. Wilkshire 4. Mathijsen 5. Kongolo 7. Boëtius 8. El Ahmadi 10. Immers 11. Verhoek 13. Graafland 14. Başaçikoğlu 15. Kazim-Richards 16. Vermeer 17. Manu 18. Nelom 19. Te Vrede 21. Vilhena 22. Van Beek 23. Boulahrouz 24. Steenvoorden 25. Woudenberg 26. Karsdorp 27. Schaken 28. Toornstra 29. Achahbar 31. Dammers 32. Lopes Cabral

Feyenoord Rotterdam
Feyenoord squad seasons

2015-16 · 2016-17 ·

Eredivisie 2017-18

ADO Den Haag · Ajax · AZ · Excelsior · Feyenoord · Go Ahead Eagles · Groningen · Heerenveen · Heracles Almelo · NEC · PEC Zwolle · PSV · Roda JC · Sparta Rotterdam · Twente · Utrecht · Vitesse · Willem II

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