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PSV Eindhoven

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Peter Bosz

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Established
1913 (111 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Philips Stadion
(36,500 Capacity)

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Location
Eindhoven, Netherlands

Nicknames
Boeren

Competitions
Dutch Eredivisie
Dutch KNVB Cup
UEFA Champions League

Last Edit
smudgie: 05/Mar/24


Upcoming
25/04 SC Heerenvee - PSV Eindhove
05/05 PSV Eindhove - Sparta
12/05 Fortuna Sitt - PSV Eindhove
19/05 PSV Eindhove - RKC Waalwijk

Results
13/04 PSV Eindhove 6 - 0 Vitesse
06/04 PSV Eindhove 5 - 1 AZ Alkmaar
02/04 Excelsior 0 - 2 PSV Eindhove
30/03 NEC Nijmegen 3 - 1 PSV Eindhove
17/03 PSV Eindhove 1 - 0 FC Twente

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The Philips Sport Vereniging (English: Philips Sports Union), abbreviated as PSV and internationally known as PSV Eindhoven, is a sports club from Eindhoven, Netherlands, that plays in the Eredivisie, the top tier in Dutch football. It is best known for its professional football department, which plays in the Eredivisie since its inception in 1956. Along with Ajax and Feyenoord, PSV is one of the country's "big three" clubs that have dominated the Eredivisie.

The club was founded in 1913 as a team for Philips employees. PSV's history contains two golden eras revolving around the UEFA Cup victory in 1978 and the 1987–88 European Cup victory as part of the seasonal treble in 1988. The team has won the Eredivisie 24 times, the KNVB Cup nine times and the Johan Cruyff Shield ten times. Currently (as of Nov 2018), PSV is 39th on the UEFA club coefficients ranking. Throughout the years, PSV established itself as a stepping stone for future world class players like Ruud Gullit, Ronald Koeman, Romário, Ronaldo, Phillip Cocu, Jaap Stam, Park Ji-Sung, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Arjen Robben and Georginio Wijnaldum.

Since its foundation, it has played in the Philips Stadion and has upheld its club colours (red and white). Its elaborate connection with Philips can be witnessed in its sponsoring, shared technology and board member ties. Fans have named themselves 'boeren' (Dutch for either peasants or farmers), taking pride in Eindhoven's status of being a provincial city and their Brabantian heritage.

Team Members



Jozefzoon

Narsingh

Wijnaldum

Locadia

Tamata

Bertrams

Boljevic

Bruma

Derijck

Willems

Wijs

Vloet

Schaars

Ritzmaier

Pasveer

Hiljemark

Manolev

Koch

Maher

Bergwijn

Jong

Isimat-Mirin

Matavz

Ooijen

Ruiz

Hermannsson

Arias

Hendrix

Braaf

Catic

Ihattaren

Rekik

Jørgensen

Gakpo

Toivonen

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Stadium or Home

The Philips Stadion is a football stadium in Frederiklaan 10, Eindhoven, Netherlands, and it is the home of PSV (Philips Sport Vereniging), also known as PSV Eindhoven. With a capacity of 35,000, it is the third-largest football stadium in the country. Established as the Philips Sportpark, it was constructed as a sports field for Philips employees in 1910. The Philips Elftal played football matches from 1911 until 1913, when the team was succeeded by PSV. Since 1913, PSV has used the original ground as its home stadium.

The stadium has gone through several extensions in its history: after a wooden stand in 1916, seating and standing places slowly enclosed the field throughout the first decades. Two extensive renovations in the 1970s and 1990s first created a covered stadium, and then a two-tiered ground with extensive commercial spaces. The completion of the four corners in 2002 eventually led to its current capacity.

The Philips Stadion currently holds a four-star rating by UEFA. It has hosted a range of Netherlands national team fixtures since 1971. In 2013, PSV's reserve team, Jong PSV, also played their league matches at the stadium. They now play their games at the training complex De Herdgang. Furthermore, the Philips Stadion was the location for three UEFA Euro 2000 group stage matches, as well as the 2006 UEFA Cup Final. Aside from football-related purposes, the ground is incidentally used for music concerts.

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