HC Rotterdam

Hockey Club Rotterdam, commonly known as Rotterdam is a Dutch field hockey club based in Rotterdam, South Holland. It was founded on 16 September 1925.

Rotterdam
HC Rotterdam (emblem).jpg
Full nameHockey Club Rotterdam
Short nameHCR
Founded16 September 1925; 94 years ago (1925-09-16)
Home groundHazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
(Capacity 3,500)
ChairmanDiederik Chevalier
Members2436[1]
LeagueMen's Hoofdklasse
Women's Promotieklasse
2018–19Men: 7th
Women: 10th
WebsiteClub website
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The first men's team competes on the highest level of the Dutch field hockey league, which is called "Hoofdklasse" and the first women's team competes in the second tier called the Promotieklasse. HC Rotterdam plays their matches in the 3,500-capacity Hazelaarweg Stadion, which also hosted the 2001 Men's Champions Trophy and the 2005 Men's Hockey Junior World Cup.

HonoursEdit

MenEdit

Hoofdklasse

  • Winners (1): 2012–13
  • Runners-up (2): 2011–12, 2016–17

Euro Hockey League

Hoofdklasse Indoor

  • Winners (2): 2007–08, 2013–14

EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I

  • Winners (1): 2015

WomenEdit

Hoofdklasse

  • Runners-up (2): 2000–01, 2001–02

KNHB Cup

  • Winners (1): 1995

EuroHockey Cup Winners Cup

  • Winners (2): 2002, 2003

Hoofdklasse Indoor

  • Winners (3): 1998–99, 1999–00, 2000–01

EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy

  • Winners (1): 2001

EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I

  • Winners (1): 2000

PlayersEdit

Men's squadEdit

Head coach: Albert Kees Maneschijn

As of July 2020[2]
No. Position Player
2   DF Marnix Kleinsman
3   DF Tristan Algera
4   Maurits Hertzberger
5   Johrus Gommers
6   DF Sjoerd Gerretsen
7   DF Hidde Turkstra
9   FW Nick van Trigt
10   FW Thijs van Dam
11   FW Jeroen Hertzberger (C)
12   MF Jochem Bakker
15   MF Diede van Puffelen
14   MF Tjep Hoedemakers
No. Position Player
16   DF Justen Blok
20   GK Derk Meijer
30   GK Mahinder Terlouw
31   MF Timo Goor
  FW Joaquín Menini
  Jochem Blok
  Guus Jansen
  Alexander Schop
  Olivier Hortensius
  Menno Boeren
  Robin Duran

Notable playersEdit

Men's internationalsEdit

  Netherlands
  Australia
  Belgium
  Canada
  Great Britain/  England
  Ireland
  New Zealand
  Pakistan

Women's internationalsEdit

  Netherlands
  Argentina
  Australia
  Great Britain/  England
  Great Britain/  Wales

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rotterdam (H.C.)". www.knhb.nl (in Dutch). KNHB. 31 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Spelerslijsten Hoofdklasse Hockey Heren, seizoen 2019-2020" (PDF). hockey.nl (in Dutch). 13 September 2019. Retrieved 27 September 2019.

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