|25 Aug 19||PEC Zwolle  ||-|| Sparta|
|30 Aug 19||FC Emmen  ||-|| PEC Zwolle|
|15 Sep 19||PEC Zwolle  ||-|| RKC Waalwijk|
|21 Sep 19||FC Groningen  ||-|| PEC Zwolle|
|28 Sep 19||PEC Zwolle  ||-|| PSV Eindhoven|
|16 Aug 19||Vitesse|| ||3 - 0|| ||PEC Zwolle|
|11 Aug 19||FC Utrecht|| ||3 - 1|| ||PEC Zwolle|
|02 Aug 19||PEC Zwolle|| ||1 - 3|| ||Willem II|
|15 May 19||NAC Breda|| ||0 - 0|| ||PEC Zwolle|
|12 May 19||PEC Zwolle|| ||2 - 4|| ||VVV-Venlo|
PEC Zwolle is a Dutch football club based in Zwolle, currently playing in the Eredivisie, the country's highest level of professional club football. They have played in the Eredivisie for a total of 16 seasons, reaching sixth place in 2015. They won the KNVB Cup in 2014 and also reached the final in 1928, 1977 and 2015.
This is the second incarnation of the club; its predecessor of the same name went bankrupt in 1990. The current club was founded immediately afterwards as FC Zwolle before renaming back to PEC Zwolle in 2012.
PEC was founded on 12 June 1910, the name being an abbreviation of PH EDN Combinatie (PH EDN Combination). The club was formed by a merger of Prins Hendrik (1 April 1906; Prince Henry) and Ende Desespereert Nimmer (1904; And Never Despair). PEC has been a professional football club since 23 February 1955. The club name was changed to PEC Zwolle in 1971 and to PEC Zwolle '82 in 1982. Instantly after the bankruptcy a new name was chosen for the new club: FC Zwolle. On 14 April 2012, after the promotion, the club name was changed back to PEC Zwolle.
Main article: IJsselderby
PEC Zwolle biggest rival is Go Ahead Eagles. Both clubs are located at the river IJssel, hence the name IJssel-derby. In the early years Go Ahead was the best club in the region but since the relegation to the Dutch First Division in 1987, Zwolle has won most derbies.