Groningen

Groningen

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Groningen Players

Players Position
Steyn Potma
Steyn Potma Netherlands
Midfielder
Midfielder
Jorg Schreuders
Jorg Schreuders Netherlands
Midfielder
Midfielder
Midfielder
Tika de Jonge
Tika de Jonge Netherlands
Midfielder
Johan Hove
Johan Hove Norway
Midfielder
Midfielder
Jasper Meijster
Jasper Meijster Netherlands
Goalkeeper
Hidde Jurjus
Hidde Jurjus Netherlands
Goalkeeper
Jan de Boer
Jan de Boer Netherlands
Goalkeeper
Dirk Jan Baron
Dirk Jan Baron Netherlands
Goalkeeper
Roy Leicester
Roy Leicester Netherlands
Defender
Defender
Defender
Marco Rente
Marco Rente Germany
Defender
Nordin Musampa
Nordin Musampa Netherlands
Defender
Liam van Gelderen
Liam van Gelderen Netherlands
Defender
Marvin Peersman
Marvin Peersman Belgium
Defender
Thijmen Blokzijl
Thijmen Blokzijl Netherlands
Defender
Nick Bakker
Nick Bakker Netherlands
Defender
Daniël Beukers
Daniël Beukers Netherlands
Defender
Maxim Mariani
Maxim Mariani Netherlands
Defender
Kian Slor
Kian Slor Netherlands
Attacker
Attacker
Fofin Turay
Fofin Turay Netherlands
Attacker
Thom van Bergen
Thom van Bergen Netherlands
Attacker
Romano Ceciel Postema
Romano Ceciel Postema Netherlands
Attacker
Attacker

Groningen latest transfers

Date Player From To Price
2024-01-31 T. Suslov Groningen Verona € 1M
2024-01-18 R. Balker Groningen Huddersfield € 1.3M
2023-01-23 N. Kasanwirjo Groningen Feyenoord € 1.5M
2023-01-17 J. Hove Stromsgodset Groningen € 1M
2022-09-01 J. Strand Larsen Groningen Celta Vigo € 11M
2022-08-10 M. de Leeuw Groningen Willem II € 40K
2021-08-31 A. Matusiwa Groningen Reims € 4M
2021-08-31 G. Gudmundsson Groningen Lille € 6M
2020-09-28 A. Hrustić Groningen Eintracht Frankfurt € 1M
2020-08-06 D. Zeefuik Groningen Hertha Berlin € 4M

Eerste Divisie standings

Rank Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Willem II players, news and schedule Willem II 27 17 6 4 55 25 30 57
2 Roda players, news and schedule Roda 27 15 8 4 47 22 25 53
3 ADO Den Haag players, news and schedule ADO Den Haag 27 14 8 5 56 33 23 50
4 De Graafschap players, news and schedule De Graafschap 27 14 4 9 40 35 5 46
5 Groningen players, news and schedule Groningen 26 13 6 7 43 22 21 45
6 Dordrecht players, news and schedule Dordrecht 26 11 10 5 49 40 9 43
7 Jong AZ players, news and schedule Jong AZ 26 11 6 9 38 39 -1 39
8 Cambuur players, news and schedule Cambuur 27 11 6 10 60 54 6 39
9 VVV Venlo players, news and schedule VVV Venlo 27 10 8 9 42 44 -2 38
10 NAC Breda players, news and schedule NAC Breda 26 10 7 9 44 38 6 37
11 MVV players, news and schedule MVV 27 10 7 10 48 43 5 37
12 Emmen players, news and schedule Emmen 26 10 6 10 37 40 -3 36
13 Helmond Sport players, news and schedule Helmond Sport 27 9 7 11 40 42 -2 34
14 FC Eindhoven players, news and schedule FC Eindhoven 27 7 12 8 34 39 -5 33
15 Jong Ajax players, news and schedule Jong Ajax 26 7 9 10 41 46 -5 30
16 Jong PSV players, news and schedule Jong PSV 26 6 7 13 40 56 -16 25
17 Jong Utrecht players, news and schedule Jong Utrecht 26 5 8 13 24 46 -22 23
18 Telstar players, news and schedule Telstar 26 5 5 16 25 48 -23 20
19 FC OSS players, news and schedule FC OSS 26 6 2 18 18 46 -28 20
20 Den Bosch players, news and schedule Den Bosch 27 4 8 15 24 47 -23 20

About Groningen

Football Club Groningen, commonly known as FC Groningen, is a professional football club based in Groningen, Netherlands. Established in 1971, the club has grown to become one of the most notable teams in Dutch football, competing in the Eredivisie, the top tier of professional football in the Netherlands.

The club was born out of the merger of two local teams, GVAV and FC Groningen. The newly formed FC Groningen started playing in the Oosterpark Stadium, which was their home ground until 2005. In 2006, they moved to their current home, the Euroborg Stadium, now known as the Hitachi Capital Mobility Stadium, a modern facility with a seating capacity of over 22,000.

FC Groningen has a reputation for developing young talents, with a renowned youth academy that has produced several players who have gone on to have successful careers both domestically and internationally. The club's commitment to youth development is reflected in its motto, "Pride of the North," which emphasizes its role in promoting football in the northern Netherlands.

Throughout its history, FC Groningen has had periods of success. The club's most significant achievement came in the 2014-2015 season when they won the KNVB Cup, the premier knockout competition in Dutch football, for the first time. This victory qualified them for the UEFA Europa League, marking their debut in European competitions.

Despite not being as decorated as some of the more prominent Dutch clubs, FC Groningen has consistently competed in the Eredivisie, demonstrating resilience and competitiveness. The club has also nurtured some of the best talents in Dutch football, including Arjen Robben, who began his professional career at FC Groningen before going on to achieve global fame with clubs like Chelsea, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich.

FC Groningen's colors are green and white, which are reflected in their home kit. The club's crest features a stylized version of the city's coat of arms, a white castle on a green field, symbolizing the club's deep roots in the community.

The club has a passionate fan base, known for their unwavering support and vibrant displays during matches. The 'Green-White Army', as the fans are commonly referred to, have been instrumental in creating an intimidating atmosphere for visiting teams at the Hitachi Capital Mobility Stadium.

In addition to its men's team, FC Groningen also has a women's team and various youth teams, further underlining its commitment to promoting football at all levels. The club's community outreach programs, including initiatives to promote health and well-being through football, have made it an integral part of the Groningen community.

In conclusion, FC Groningen is more than just a football club. It is a symbol of pride for the city of Groningen and the northern Netherlands, a breeding ground for football talent, and a community institution. Despite the ups and downs, the club continues to strive for success, embodying the spirit of resilience and determination that is characteristic of the city it represents.

Prediction Stats

Correct Strike rate
Winner 155/236 66%
Over/Under 39/46 85%
League Correct %
Primera División - Apertura logo Primera División - Apertura 20/23 87%
Pro League logo Pro League 44/53 83%
Cup logo Cup 9/11 82%
Premier League logo Premier League 44/55 80%
First League logo First League 105/133 79%
Super League 1 logo Super League 1 104/134 78%
Liga 1 logo Liga 1 57/74 77%
Liga Pro logo Liga Pro 121/157 77%
Süper Lig logo Süper Lig 177/234 76%
NPFL logo NPFL 90/119 76%