Rode Ster Paramaribo/Season 70
|Rode Ster Paramaribo Logo during season 71|
|Team Name||Rode Ster Paramaribo|
|Suriname Cup||3th round|
|Sapphire Cup||3th round|
|Topscorer||Nurdin Beureueh (13)|
|Prev/Next||Season 69 Season 71|
Suriname Season 45, or Global Season 70, was the tenhth season in which Rode Ster Paramaribo participated, and the seventh after the restart. They played in League II.4.
The Rode Ster Paramaribo stadium, the Karl Marx Arena, had 51.250 seats at the beginning of the season and was not enlarged.
Rode Ster Paramaribo started this season with the first of a six-season series of special edition shirts that commemorate shirts worn by the favourite teams of manager Lunacharsky, each in a setting referring to a special period in those teams' history. Teams that will be featured are Olympic Charleroi, AFC Wimbledon, FC Sankt Pauli, RWD Molenbeek, Antwerp FC and Liverpool FC. In season 66, they started with the Olympic Charleroi shirt that was used in season 2006-07, the year the team last promoted to the Belgium Second Division.
The team had the ambition to remain in second division, preferably without having to play the playoffs. The team continued to focus on training Suriname U20 star Walter Faverey. Scoring training was started and would be replaced by the end of the season with passing.
In the Suriname Cup, Rode Ster Paramaribo was eliminated in the second round against FinSuri United. They continued in the Sapphire Cup, but were eliminated in the first round against Julianatop Warriors.
In the competition, the team showed themselves a fierce competitor on the highest level. They won their first games, placing them first in the league. On matchday 5, RSP lost for the first time, against SA Kingsvillage Pioneers, after which they fell back on a second place. They returned to the first position soon, and remained there for the remainder of the season.
Group Table and Fixtures
|Royal Sporting Club Totness||14||12||0||2||43||13||30||36|
|Rode Ster Paramaribo||14||8||3||3||44||23||21||27|
|Kruktutere fu Suriname||14||5||3||6||23||22||1||18|
|Strandkickers Switi Sranan||14||5||3||6||15||18||-3||18|
|the best rg||14||2||0||12||9||45||-36||6|
RSB Top 5 Scorers (official games)
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 Esmerald Cup.
|1||Away||Estirpe Roja||0 - 4|
|2||Home||Piazzo Fire||4 - 0|
|3||Home||FinSuri United||1 - 4|
|1||Away||Julianatop Warriors||3 - 1|
Note: only official matches are considered.
|Biggest Home Win||06-05-2018||Rode Ster Paramaribo - Marienburg 1969||Cup||9 - 0|
|Biggest Away Win||24-06-2018||Marienburg 1969 - Rode Ster Paramaribo||Cup||0 - 7|
|Biggest Home Loss||25-04-2018||Rode Ster Paramaribo - FinSuri United||Cup||1 - 4|
|Biggest Away Loss||02-05-2018||Julianatop Warriors - Rode Ster Paramaribo||Cup||3 - 1|
|Most goals in a match (by RSP)||06-05-2018||Rode Ster Paramaribo - Marienburg 1969||Cup||9 - 0|
|Most goals in a match (total)||06-05-2018||Rode Ster Paramaribo - Marienburg 1969||Cup||9 - 0|
|Largest home attendance||15-07-2018||Rode Ster Paramaribo - Green Waves Experience||II.2||70 250|
|Lowest home attendance||18-04-2018||Rode Ster Paramaribo - Piazzo Fire||Cup||37 961|
|Largest transfer in||04-07-2018||Zsolt Bagi||N/A||3 950 000€|
|Largest transfer out||27-05-2018||Mahmut Kamber||N/A||4 000 000€|
First Team Squad Season 68
Trainer: Noah Wessel
|Rode Ster Paramaribo|
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|Lunacharsky - Rode Ster Paramaribo - Red Star Brussels - Red Star Tunis|