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Established
1912 (107 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Rat Verlegh Stadion
(19,000 Capacity)

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Breda

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NAC Breda, simply often known as NAC, is a Dutch professional football club, based in Breda, Netherlands. NAC Breda play in the Rat Verlegh Stadium, named after their most important player, Antoon 'Rat' Verlegh. They play in the Dutch Eredivisie and are known by the fierce and fanatic support of their fans. In their history, NAC won one national title in 1921 and won one Cup in 1973.

NAC was founded on September 19, 1912, when the two clubs ADVENDO and NOAD merged to one club. NOAD is a Dutch abbreviation for Nooit Ophouden, Altijd Doorgaan (English translation: Never give up, always persevere), while ADVENDO is a Dutch abbreviation for Aangenaam Door Vermaak En Nuttig Door Ontspanning (English: Pleasant for its entertainment and useful for its relaxation), the C stands for Combinatie (combination). The full name of NAC Breda expands to Nooit opgeven altijd doorgaan, Aangenaam door vermaak en nuttig door ontspanning, Combinatie Breda, the longest football club name in the world. Early 2003 NAC added, as a symbol of gratitude, Breda to their club name, after the City of Breda bought NAC’s Rat Verleghstadium to help the club to cope with financial problems. At the end of season 2009/2010 it appeared, despite earlier denials by management and the chairman, that NAC had a debt of 3.2 million Euros. The crisis lead to the resignation of several board members and the installation of a new board and the appointment of Ed Busselaar as interim managing director. Finally it appeared that NAC had a debt of 7.1 million Euros. In 2012 Stefaan Eskes succeeded Ed Busselaar and in August 2012 NAC Breda reinstated their first logo as the new clublogo for the season 2012–13.

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Ambrose



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Babos



Brandon
Barker



Jesse
van


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Boateng



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Bodor



Aleksandar
Damcevski



Henrico
Drost



Erik
Falkenburg



David
Faupala



Manuel
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Tim
Gilissen



Peter
Gommeren



Anouar
Hadouir



Rick
Stuy


Elson
Hooi



Joeri
de


Menno
Koch


Kees
Kwakman



Greg
Leigh



Mark
Looms



Uros
Matic



Andries
Noppert



Stipe
Perica



Brandon
Robinson



Sepp
De


Jeffrey
Sarpong



Mats
Seuntjes



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Sporkslede


Joey
Suk



Gill
Swerts



Adnane
Tighadouini



Vinnie
Vermeer



Kenny
van

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The Rat Verlegh Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Breda, Netherlands. The stadium is the home of the association football club NAC Breda (1996 to present). It was formerly known as FUJIFILM Stadium (1996–2003) and Mycom Stadium (2003–2006), named after two former NAC sponsors. In 2006 NAC Breda named the stadium after its most famous NAC Player, Antoon Verlegh.

The stadium was built from 1995 to 1996 at a cost of € 13.2 million, and was officially opened on August 11, 1996. It has been used for association football, concerts, and other events. It has a capacity of 19,000 fans, including 1,500 standing room-only, for sports matches. The stadium has been used for several Intertoto matches, UEFA Cup matches and international matches. Concerts have also been held at the Rat Verlegh stadion.

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