Feyenoord available in 2008 as many as 100 years. The Rotterdam Club, which was founded in 1908 under the name “Wilhelmina”, this commemorative honors the late August and early september 2008 several festivities, while the success of the Club lots of attention. Writerandus appeared in the context of the 100-year anniversary for you in the history of Feyenoord and shows the ten most famous and extraordinary achievements!
In 1908 was the forerunner was founded in Rotterdam Feyenoord in the Café “Club”, at the corner of Persoonshaven. The football club originally known under the name “Wilhelmina” and worked his game in a red shirt with blue sleeves. In the following years, for various reasons, the Association would be renamed several times until it was born in 1912 called “Feyenoord.”The familiar, is now hard to imagine a red and white shirt, originates from this time.
In 1924, Feyenoord was the first time in its history. For many fans, this success had special significance: first knew the Club, an Association of simple workers, to step out of the shadow of his generally well-heeled competitors. Football, at the time mainly seen as a sport for the “gentlemen”, made so familiar with the power and dynamism of Rotterdam clubs employees, who in 1928 again would be the best in the country. Feyenoord were in total in their history of 100 years, 14 times champions. The last League title dates back to 1999 when Rotterdam headed by Leo Beenhakker, and with players like Jean-Paul van Gastel, Peter van Vossen and Julio Cruz were history writing.
On 27 March 1937 Stadium were Feyenoord, De Kuip IE was inaugurated. The first pile was beaten in September 1935, especially after Feyenoord Chairman Leen van Zandvliet had made himself strong in order to build a large arena with two floors. In honor of opening in 1937, an exhibition match between Feyenoord and Belgian Club Beerschot was finished, which ended in a 5-2 victory for the locals. While De Kuip and Feyenoord in the years that followed are inextricably linked, the current future arena is far from secure. Given the Dutch aim to organise the 2018 WORLD CUP, it is not inconceivable that a new arena will be built in Rotterdam, which will accommodate about 100,000 spectators. De Kuip, still thoroughly refurbished in 1994, would then be able to get a different destination.
Hand in hand …
Since 1961 the Feyenoord Club song, the familiar “Hand in Hand”. The song, composed by the German Wilhelm Speidel, was used in the twentieth century, the first of several Dutch clubs, but since 1961 is inextricably linked with the Rotterdam Club. The motto famous deeds not words will sound with full conviction still stands.
On to Portugal!
Legendary was the semifinals of the European Commission in which Feyenoord 1963 managed to reach. The opponent was the Portuguese Benfica. After a home game in april for the eyes of 64,000 spectators in cockpit and millions of viewers and listeners in other parts of the country-had ended in 0-0, was followed in may return. Newspaper “Het Vrije Volk” arranged especially for this occasion two giant ships, creating hundreds of Feyenoord fans at an attractive price would be brought to Lisbon. The two ships, called “Aquarius” and “Big Dipper”, was waved by thousands of locals. Eyewitnesses spoke of a large spectacle, which was also boosted by an exceptional atmosphere of brotherly solidarity. While away the match ended 3-1 was lost was written in 1963 short story, both in sporting and human terms.
Results EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP, World Cup
In 1970, Feyenoord knew first Dutch Club to win the EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP in the final to beat the Scottish champion Celtic 2-1. At San Siro Stadium in Milan came Rotterdam coach Ernst Happel initially within half an hour 1-0, but then succeeded with a goal from Captain Rinus Israel 1-1 to reach the rest. Because there were no more goals was during regular time, an extension would put the decision. In added time finally Ole Kindvall which was Feyenoord earned the victory and the CHAMPIONSHIP, which would lead to a massive festival on the Coolsingel. In any case, 1970 was a successful year for the Club as it Rotterdammse several months later after EM also won the WORLD CUP, to be strong in two matches for Argentina’s Estudiantes de La Plata
UEFA Cup 1974
In 1974 the first Dutch Club Feyenoord managed to win the UEFA Cup, by following a very successful European campaign over two matches to beat the English team Tottenham Hotspur. Led by the headstrong coach Wiel Coerver Rotterdam played his first game in England’s 2-2, after the home match at De Kuip, with 2-0 win. Nearly 60,000 spectators in the stadium saw the Wim Rijsbergen and Peter Ressel scored for Feyenoord. The victory was run over by disaffected English hooligans in the arena so that the concept of “hooligans” for the first time achieved national fame on Dutch soil.
Double with Cruyff
1984 knew Feyenoord, including Ajax came over Johan Cruyff, to achieve the national “double” inside.The now 37-year-old Cruyff, who after a conflict with the Club’s management of Ajax Amsterdam Club Feyenoord had translated was also late in life a gifted technician, together with players like Stanley Brard and a young Ruud Gullit for many aggressive impulses are made. Feyenoord, coached by Thijs Libregts, just didn’t know the national championship in 1984, but also to win the KNVB Cup. In the final Fortuna Sittard 1-0 defeat by a goal from Houtman. During the ceremony in Rotterdam Cruyff would these winged words are spoken: “so, it is so now the Coolsingel”
2002 UEFA Cup
In 2002 Feyenoord managed again to reach the final of the UEFA Cup, including a victory over PSV in Quarterfinals. Held in the Cockpit, despite what “neutral” character of many was considered a big hemmafördel. Opponents in the final battle of German Club Borussia Dortmund, which had a strong weapon in the ranks with, among other things, the confident striker Jan Koller. In the finale, where due to the death of Pim Fortuyn was shot with black armbands, Pierre van Hooijdonk succeeded twice to find online, with one goal came from his specialty piece. After a goal by Borussia Amoroso, Jon Dahl Tomasson managed to lift the final score to 3-1 after 3-2 Jan Koller was only for statistics.Feyenoord, coached by Bert van Marwijk and with Edwin Zoetebier, Shinji Ono and Captain Paul Bosvelt in the ranks, delete the second time since 1974 to win the UEFA Cup.
A new milestone was reached with the 100-year anniversary. Will the next century make new successes and memorable historic moment? Given the above list seems an affirmative answer to this question is more than justified.
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