Rode Ster Paramaribo/Season 64
|Rode Ster Paramaribo Logo during season 64|
|Team Name||Rode Ster Paramaribo|
|Suriname Cup||2nd Round|
|Other Cups||Ruby Cup - 3th Round|
|Topscorer|| Brian Breeveld 12
Roy Jodha 12
Suriname Season 39, or Global Season 64, was the fourth season in which Rode Ster Paramaribo participated, and the second after the restart. They played in League III.3.
The Rode Ster Paramaribo stadium, the Karl Marx Arena, had 17.000 seats at the beginning of the season. It was upgraded to 27.250 seats in week 7. Finally, an upgrade to 42.000 seats was started in week 13.
The team had no specific ambitions in this season, since it was just recreated one season earlier. The goal was to continue rebuild a new stable first team. The team finally ended on a third position. The team participated in the Suriname Cup, and was eliminated in the second round. After that, they played in the Ruby Cup untill the third round in week 5, where they lost to Sin City Scorpio's.
In the competition, the team contineously performed in the top-4 of the competition, especially after an important victory against Wayamboweg Arawak's on Matchday 4. However, the team was uncapable to win the return match on Matchday 11 as well, and had to abandon hopes for a second place in the competition. Most games were against bot teams, and were won. In the end, the team finished third.
Season 64 saw a number of important new players added to first team. Rajesh Seedorf, Rodney Bourne and Walter Faverey became first team players for Rode Ster Paramaribo, while Robert Engel enjoyed a few training sessions before being transferred away.
Group Table and Fixtures
|Bergmann Hindenburg 48||14||13||0||1||87||6||81||39|
|Rode Ster Paramaribo||14||10||0||4||83||15||68||30|
|Racing De Leeuw||14||9||0||5||66||24||42||27|
|Racing Club Nosy Be||14||1||0||13||14||93||-79||3|
RSB Top 5 Scorers (competition)
Man of the Match (official Games)
RSP played in the SVB-beker, the Suriname Cup. They arrived in round 2, and played then in the Ruby Cup.
|1||Home||De Schaam van FET||5 - 0|
|2||Home||SV Colakreek||0 - 5|
|1||Home||Ullie United||2 - 0|
|2||Home||Royal Sporting Club||2 - 0|
|3||Home||Sin City Scorpio's||2 - 6|
Note: only official matches are considered.
|Biggest Home Win||19-03-2017||Rode Ster Paramaribo - FC Paramaribo||III.3||9 - 0|
|Biggest Away Win||26-03-2017||Racing Club Nosy Be - Rode Ster Paramaribo||III.3||0 - 12|
|Biggest Home Loss||25-01-2017||Rode Ster Paramaribo - SV Colakreek||Cup||0 - 5|
|Biggest Away Loss||05-03-2017||Bergmann Hindenburg - Rode Ster Paramaribo||III.3||3 - 0|
|Most goals in a match (by RSP)||26-03-2017||Racing Club Nosy Be - Rode Ster Paramaribo||III.3||0 - 12|
|Most goals in a match (total)||26-03-2017||Racing Club Nosy Be - Rode Ster Paramaribo||III.3||0 - 12|
|Largest home attendance||25-01-2017||Rode Ster Paramaribo - SV Colakreek||Cup||26 786|
|Lowest home attendance||22-01-2017||Rode Ster Paramaribo - Real Sury||III.3||15 794|
|Largest transfer in||13-04-2017||Richard Niñaj||III.3||671 000 €|
|Largest transfer out||06-04-2017||Hinnerk Disch||III.3||1 836 000 €|
First Team Squad Season 64
Trainer: Agan Morhan
|Rode Ster Paramaribo|
|Seasons: 52 - 53 - 63 - 64 - 65 - 66 - 67 - 68 - 69 - 70 - 71 - 72 - 73 - ...|
|Lunacharsky - Rode Ster Paramaribo - Red Star Brussels - Red Star Tunis|