Vitesse

Vitesse

Stichting Betaald Voetbal Vitesse is a Dutch football club from Arnhem, which was founded on 14 May 1892. Vitesse (French for speed) has enjoyed some success in Eredivisie and featured in the UEFA Cup competition, but haven't been considered a close competitor of the top three clubs of Netherlands football, namely PSV, Feyenoord, and Ajax, until recently. The owner and chairman is a Georgian businessman, which makes Vitesse the first Dutch football club owned by a foreigner.

Read more about Vitesse:  History, Stadium, Ownership, Current Squad, Vitesse-managers Since 1914, Club Officials, Individual Achievements, Vitesse in Europe, Domestic Results

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... In the season 2005/2006 Janssen played 30 games for Vitesse and scored 7 goals ... Janssen's good performance at Vitesse was not unseen, as he received an invitation for the Dutch national football team for a friendly game against Ecuador on 1 March 2006 ... Janssen remained playing for Vitesse in the following season, and was again selected to play for Oranje ...
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Genaro Snijders - Club Career - Youth Career
... Doesburg, Snijders decided to leave for Vitesse's youth department, Vitesse/AGOVV ... In 2008, he was picked for Vitesse's first team together with fellow team-mates Ricky van Wolfswinkel, Nicky Kuiper and Alexander Büttner ...