V.V. Beek

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V.V. Beek
managed by mk1992
Het clublogo van V.V. Beek
Full name V.V. Beek (365076)
Nickname mk1992
1st spell as club 02-07-2005 till 06-03-2011
Refounded 06-08-2013
Location Limburg, Nederland
Ground Sonsbeeck Arena
Capacity 64.000 seats
Coach Johannes Pannars (316064234)
League IV.63 (2278)
Fanclub The Rozzers

V.V. Beek is a Dutch team based in the Limburg region, managed by mk1992. The current iteration of V.V. Beek plays in the serie IV.63. Homematches are played in the Sonsbeeck Arena (after former mayor Van Sonsbeeck of Beek) in Limburg. The club was founded at the 6th of August 2013 and is currently coached by Johannes Pannars.

V.V. Beek (2005 - 2011)

Originally founded in July of 2005, V.V. Beek enjoyed success in the lower leagues. The club was promoted four times, of which two back to back promotions and was never relegated during its active tenure. Minor cup successes were celebrated in seasons 30 and 33, in which round 4 of the national cup was reached.

The club was known for its close group of players, which due to their limited skill set endured long careers with the club. Amongst those heroes were striker duo Wilbert Planting and Giorgio Grinwis who, despite their finishing skill only being solid, played 317 official and friendly matches together and scored a total of 118 league goals between them. The third an perhaps biggest hero of the club was John Wammes, celebrated not only for his "massive" TSI of over 2000, his presence in the first ever squad of "Den VV", the succesfull tenure as a player-coach and his 184 total matches played for the club. Hildebrand Wolvekamp should also not be forgotten. Not only was he the most expensive transfer at the time, according to records it was him who first achieved excellent skill levels. Wolvekamp still ranks 4th in the matches played leaderboard.

After a long stay in VIII.86 (8 seasons), back to back promotions followed in seasons 25 and 26. These landed the club a spot in VI.912, where the club reached three 3rd places in seven seasons. At the end of season 33 however, chairman mk1992 abandoned the club citing lack of progression, increasing costs of ownership and diminishing chances on the transfermarket. Thus "Den VV" slipped into obscurity after 18 seasons.

V.V. Beek (2013 onwards)

A shock announcement on the sixth of August 2013, the club of old would be dusted of, Den VV should rise again. Through to some clever financial and content management mk1992 saw chances to reestablish the club and set sail for higher divisions in an ever smaller Hattrick-world.

The formation enjoyed early success by claiming direct promotion from the dreaded VIII division within its first weeks. In its second season in VII, another promotion was achieved, returning the team to the VI division it had topped out in previously. However that success was shortlived as the team relegated for the first time in history, narrowly missing out on a playoff-position.

Season 45 saw the team return to the VII division for a second time, and again the team missed out on the title, but got promoted nonetheless. Clearly a stronger squad than before, their second attempt at the VI division saw them immediately finish best of the rest with a strong third position. Season 48 saw the team claim the title in division VI, although their narrow triumph wasn't enough to claim direct promotion. The following play-off match was lost convincingly, the team wasn't ready yet. To enter division V for the first time in history the team had to try again.

Season 49 was their second title challenge in Division 6. Despite gathering the same amount of points the title was claimed once more. Their play-off match against F.C. Snelle Jelle was a thriller. V.V. Beek lead the scores twice, but their opponents drew level twice, meaning 2-2 on the score board after 90 minutes. In extra time it was Tadeusz Michniewski who secured himself a place in the team's history books. His goal in the 94th minute proved a winner. Division V was achieved.

Their debut in Division V was definitely more successful than their first try at div VI. A close midfield pack saw 3rd and 6th seperated by only 5 points, with V.V. Beek nearly coming out on top. 23 points saw them level with 3rd, yet goal differences meant they ended their maiden season in 4th place, safe from any playoff shenanigans. Alongside this campaign the team reached the 5th round of the National Cup for the first time.

The following seasons saw the team close to the title fight but never close enough to proceed to a higher division. Yet a string of top 4-finishes proved no guarantee as season 58 saw a shock 6th place finish being topped with a silly loss in the play-off. After nine seasons in divison V, V.V. Beek were back in division VI somehow.

Although season 58 was a dark page in the club's history, the return to division VI proved to be just what V.V. Beek needed. Away from the glitz and glamour of division V, a largely unchanged team gelled together and played rejuvinated. Even supporters who deemed the relegation as mostly unfair had to revise their opinions throughout season 59. With a max score of 42 points and only 5 goals against this season away from the spotlights wasn't so bad after all.

Even better was the fact that it didn't seem to end there. Season 60 in Division 5 saw the team win and win and win, grabbing direct promotion to division IV with 37 points. Their debut in Division IV was a successful one, the team managed to avoid a relegation play-off due to a solid fourth place finish. Though it had to be noted that the team in the weakest division on the level in which two teams became inactive during the season.


The fairytale time in division IV was cut short in the next season, just 11 points saw the club relegated directly (with a margin). Their return in Division V wasn't successful either. Only 4th and never in the running for promotion, the team needed another reshuffle. A new coach (Biancuzzi) and a philosophy focused on skills and low wages should propel Den VV back up the league ladder.

League History

DIV.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SEA.
XI
5
15
XI
2
16
X
1
17
VIII
6
18
VIII
5
19
VIII
5
20
VIII
4
21
VIII
3
22
VIII
4
23
VIII
3
24
VIII
1
25
VII
2
26
VI
3
27
VI
4
28
VI
6
29
VI
3
30
VI
6
31
VI
3
32
VII
6
33
VIII
1
41
VII
5
42
VII
2
43
VI
7
44
VII
2
45
VI
3
46
VI
3
47
VI
1
48
VI
1
49
V
4
50
V
3
51
V
4
52
V
3
53
V
3
54
V
2
55
V
2
56
V
3
57
V
6
58
VI
1
59
V
1
60
IV
4
61
IV
7
62
V
4
63
V
2
64
V
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65

Key: DIV. XI X IX VIII VII VI V IV III II I

Players

Last Update: 17.09.2020

Pos Player
1 Poland GK Bernard Szczygło
2 Italy DEF Claudio Trabace
3 Iran DEF Abdolmajid Jalalpour
4 Bulgaria DEF Vasil Ralchevski
5 Germany CM Kornelius Neuhoff
6 Finland CM Lauri Vilja
7 Brazil CM Keirrison Japa
8 Republic of Ireland WP Diarmaid Clarke
9 Uzbekistan WP Shuxrat Abdurahmonov
10 Serbia FW Alex Vidó
11 Switzerland FW Raphael Lisbach
Pos Player
12 Netherlands GK Xander Odink
14 Liechtenstein DEF Andreas Marxer
15 Bulgaria CM Plamen Evtimov
16 Hungary CM Barnabás Kállai
17 Slovenia CM Ante Velikajne
18 Netherlands WP Caspar Gilling
19 Sweden WP Robert Svensson
20 Denmark FW Kjeld Villumsen
25 Italy DEF Nuccio Fiorella
44 Belgium FC Walter Catteeuw
99 Italy Coach Giulio Biancuzzi

Most Games Played

including friendly matches

N = New Team / O = Old Team

Player Games Player Games
1. Netherlands John Wammes O 182 11. Estonia Kristo Aavasalu O 125
2. Netherlands Wilbert Planting O 169 12. Senegal Famara N'Gom O 112
3. Denmark Nikolaj Olesen N 162 13. Netherlands Han van Remmen O 108
4. Netherlands Hildebrand Wolvekamp O 161 14. Netherlands Conrad Treur N 106
5. Netherlands Xander Odink N 159 15. Netherlands Tico Liebrand O 106
6. Netherlands Giorgio Grinwis O 148 16. Netherlands Rieks ten Berg O 105
8. Serbia Alex Vidó N 138 17. Netherlands Lodewijk Wijzenbeek N 103
7. Denmark Mikkel Saksager O 137 18. Oman Yassin Abdulwahed Al-Kiyumy N 103
9. Netherlands Uzay Anber N 131 19. Denmark Mattias Elgaard N 101
10. Italy Fortunato Scarperia N 126 20. Netherlands Albrecht van Jole O 100

Most Goals Scored

Excluding friendly matches

N = New Team / O = Old Team

Player Goals Player Goals
1. Serbia Alex Vidó N 74 11. Netherlands Lodewijk Wijzenbeek N 27
2. Netherlands Wilbert Planting O 62 12. Andorra Ventura Jané N 24
3. Netherlands Giorgio Grinwis O 56 13. Senegal Famara N´Gom O 24
4. Denmark Nikolaj Olesen N 45 14. Finland Miika Särkelä 23
5. Italy Mario Perri O 39 15. Estonia Kristo Aavasalu O 22
6. Oman Yasin Abdulwahed Al-Kiyumy N 37 16. Germany Hänsel Klot N 21
7. Netherlands Conrad Treur N 35 17. Poland Aleksander Szablowski N 21
8. Portugal Carlos Germano Otero N 34 18. Finland Otto Mensonen N 21
9. Switzerland Yann Straum N 29 19. England Luke Brigham O 20
10. Germany Martin Rosenstingl N 27 20. France Lambert Le Mat N 20

Transfers

Old Team

Record Player Price Date
Most expensive transfers (in) 1. Venezuela Oliver Zuleta € 3.500.000 19.09.2010
2. Italy Fabrizio Stagi € 3.122.000 29.04.2010
3. Spain Antonio Gorostizu € 3.039.000 19.08.2010
4. Netherlands Iven Zobel € 3.000.000 18.11.2010
5. Romania Lucian Stănescu € 2.973.000 20.01.2009
Most expensive transfers (out) 1. Netherlands Siemen Baarssen € 4.308.000 18.09.2010
2. Romania Lucian Stănescu € 4.160.000 01.07.2009
3. Netherlands Dick Silverentand € 3.735.000 08.04.2010
4. Netherlands Nolwin 't Hart € 3.333.333 16.11.2010
5. Netherlands Stan Vinkenoog € 2.999.000 19.01.2009


New Team

Record Player Price Date
Most expensive transfers (in) 1. Poland Bernard Szczyglo € 7.750.000 14.08.2019
2. Netherlands Axel Eggermont € 7.344.000 01.06.2018
3. Pakistan Habib Khwaja € 7.150.000 02.09.2019
4. Uzbekistan Shuxrat Abdurahmonov € 6.975.000 16.07.2020
5. Iran Abdolmajid Jalalpour € 6.250.000 09.09.2019
Most expensive transfers (out) 1. Pakistan Habib Khwaja € 7.777.777 17.05.2020
2. Spain Pablo Cesar Matias € 7.770.000 06.08.2018
3. China Muxtarian Qulzat € 6.120.000 10.10.2019
4. Republic of Ireland Danny Kinnear € 6.062.000 02.03.2017
5. Netherlands Axel Eggermont € 5.999.000 17.08.2019

Famous Goals

Excluding friendlies

Old Team

Date Goal Player Date Goal Player
03-07-2005 1st goal Netherlands Luca Bekkering 22-06-2008 400th goal Netherlands Wilbert Planting
16-10-2005 50th goal Netherlands Giorgio Grinwis 24-08-2008 450th goal Netherlands Hildebrand Wolvekamp
15-01-2006 100th goal Netherlands Yke Swagemakers 28-01-2009 500th goal England Luke Brigham
04-06-2006 150th goal Netherlands Rieks ten Berg 27-05-2009 550th goal Turkey Atilla Babür
28-01-2007 200th goal Netherlands Yke Swagemakers 30-12-2009 600th goal South Africa Zikomo Tugwane
10-06-2007 250th goal Spain José Sisto 06-06-2010 650th goal Germany Obren Kasalović
07-11-2007 300th goal Netherlands Hildebrand Wolvekamp 08-12-2010 700th goal Netherlands Iven Zobel
09-03-2008 350th goal Estonia Kristo Aavasalu 06-06-2010 Final goal Russia Jaroslav Vojtěchovský


New Team

Date Goal Player Date Goal Player
11-08-2013 1st goal Netherlands Jozias Romkes 21-05-2017 750th goal Oman Yasin Abdulwahed Al-Kiyumy
24-11-2013 50th goal Russia Afanasy Kalinovskiy 15-10-2017 800th goal Netherlands Wubbo Raes
16-03-2014 100th goal Oreste Rutar 14-01-2018 850th goal Netherlands Jaron Duim
06-08-2014 150th goal Netherlands Ron Wiertz 13-05-2018 900th goal Netherlands Rolf Verbon
28-09-2014 200th goal Poland Fryderyk Brodowski 22-08-2018 950th goal France Abdellatif Al-Ramzaoui
10-12-2014 250th goal Finland Otto Mensonen 05-12-2018 1000th goal Netherlands Eldon Hilker
22-02-2015 300th goal Denmark Nikolaj Olesen 02-01-2019 1050th goal France Lambert Le Mat
10-05-2015 350th goal Switzerland Yann Straum 10-02-2019 1100th goal Italy Andrea Omarini
29-07-2015 400th goal Martin Rosenstingl 10-04-2019 1150th goal Andorra Ventura Jané
04-10-2015 450th goal Denmark Nikolaj Olesen 16-06-2019 1200th goal Italy Andrea Omarini
20-12-2015 500th goal Germany Bill Trostberg 01-09-2019 1250th goal China Deng Mingzong
27-03-2016 550th goal Canada Allan Davey 13-11-2019 1300th goal Liechtenstein Andreas Marxer
06-07-2016 600th goal Republic of Ireland Danny Kinnear 15-03-2020 1350th goal Iran Abdolmajid Jalalpour
13-11-2016 650th goal Netherlands Edo Wacker 19-07-2020 1400th goal Serbia Alex Vidó
19-02-2017 700th goal Oman Yasin Abdulwahed Al-Kiyumy

Highlights

Season 16

  • 2nd place in XI.758
  • Lenny Goeman became topscorer with 14 goals

Season 17

  • 1st place in X.1016
  • Giorgio Grinwis (69537828) became topscorer with 16 goals

Season 18

  • 1st cup victory (70887131), beating a VI divison team when in VIII division

Season 25

  • 1st place in VIII.86
  • Mario Perri (127147548) became topscorer with 14 goals

Season 26

  • Reached cupround 3 for first time
  • 2nd place in VII.702
  • 2 promotions in a row (season 25 + 26)

Season 27

  • Reached all time highest league finish, finishing 3rd in VI.912 with 26 points and a goal difference of +17

Season 30

  • Reached cupround 4 for the first time


Season 41

  • Club is re-established, immediate promotion towards VII division follows

Season 43

  • With a strong game in playoffs, V.V. Beek returns to VI division after 13 seasons

Season 44

  • After a terrible year in VI.42, the first relegation in history becomes reality

Season 45

  • A solid season in VII.851 not only sees the team reach cupround 3 again, it also sets off a run of league finishes. The team managed to finish not lower than 4th for the coming 13 seasons

Season 48&49

  • Grabbing the title in VI for the first time in season 48 was not enough, as the team was defeated in their playoff match. In a different league the following year promotion towards Div. V was reached for the first time, allbeit through playoffs.

Season 50

  • A nine year tenure on the fifth level of professional football starts with a record round 5 in the national cup and a solid fourth place in the league.

Season 55

  • Finishing 2nd in V.31 with 31 points and a goal difference of +24, the team puts on a strong title find until the last round. Moreover, a new all-time highest finish is reached

Season 58

  • Despite reaching round 6 of the national cup, the team finishes 6th in a close league
  • Even worse, the relegation play-off is lost, relegating the team back down to the VI division

Season 60

  • Fortunes turn: after two back to back titles in VI and V the team finds itself in Div. IV for the first time in history

Season 62 A season in which all seemed to fall just the wrong way, relegation awaits and cues a reshuffle of the team. 5 main players leave, the team gets a new coach and is financially restructured.


Season 63 The return to division V is lackluster. At no point does the team find itself in a title fight, and new coach Giulio Biancuzzi is unable to turn things around. More reshuffling in the team sees the introduction of the 15-15-30 philosophy, aimed at bringing bigger future stars to the club under solid financial management. This sees the team aim at staying in division V for a few seasons, as a new generation is being trained for future success.

Player Records

Highest TSI Ever Habib Khwaja (427811540), reached a TSI of 235 890 on Mau 10, 2020.

Fastest Hattrick: Mario Perri (127147548), Made a Hattrick in 4 minutes in this match (200158614)

Most Visitors in a match: 60.366 V.V. Beek - Twickels United (22-09-2019) (646183707)