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FC Den Bosch

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Established
1965 (59 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
de Vliert
(8,500 Capacity)

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Competitions
Dutch Eerste Divisie
Dutch KNVB Cup

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15/04 Jong Utrecht - FC Den Bosch
19/04 FC Den Bosch - NAC Breda
26/04 VVV-Venlo - FC Den Bosch
03/05 FC Den Bosch - FC Emmen
10/05 FC Eindhoven - FC Den Bosch

Results
08/04 Jong Ajax 0 - 2 FC Den Bosch
29/03 FC Den Bosch 0 - 3 FC Dordrecht
23/03 MVV Maastric 1 - 0 FC Den Bosch
15/03 FC Den Bosch 1 - 4 Willem II
08/03 TOP Oss 1 - 2 FC Den Bosch

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FC Den Bosch (Dutch pronunciation: ) is a football club from 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.

It was founded August 18, 1965, as FC Den Bosch/BVV. It is the successor of BVV (1906) and Wilhelmina (1890). Its stadium is called 'De Vliert', an 8,500 all-seater. Ruud van Nistelrooy started his professional career at this club. In 2005 they finished bottom of the Eredivisie and were relegated.

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Holla



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Stadium or Home

De Vliert (Dutch pronunciation: ) is a multi-use stadium in 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Den Bosch. The original stadium was built in 1951, included an athletics track and had at its heyday a capacity of 30,000, making it one of the largest stadiums in the Netherlands. The old stadium was replaced in 1997 by the new stadium, which saw the field rotated 90° and is currently able to hold 9,000 people. The grandstands are partially heated by infrared heaters to provide comfort to spectators.

Plans include the replacement of the East stand by a new main stand, and a renewed West stand. The main goal is to increase the commercial space of the stadium and support the clubs ambition to play the Eredivisie football league in the Netherlands. Additional expansion room is available in the open corners, giving the stadium a maximum capacity of 13,500

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1947-1948


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