|08 Nov 20||Vitesse  ||-|| FC Emmen|
|21 Nov 20||FC Groningen  ||-|| Vitesse|
|29 Nov 20||Vitesse  ||-|| Fortuna Sittard|
|05 Dec 20||PEC Zwolle  ||-|| Vitesse|
|13 Dec 20||Vitesse  ||-|| SC Heerenveen|
|31 Oct 20||Willem II|| ||1 - 3|| ||Vitesse|
|25 Oct 20||Vitesse|| ||2 - 1|| ||PSV Eindhoven|
|18 Oct 20||ADO Den|| ||0 - 2|| ||Vitesse|
|03 Oct 20||Vitesse|| ||3 - 0|| ||SC Heracles|
|26 Sep 20||Ajax|| ||2 - 1|| ||Vitesse|
SBV Vitesse (Stichting Betaald Voetbal Vitesse), widely known as Vitesse Arnhem, or simply as Vitesse (Dutch pronunciation: ), is a Dutch professional football club based in Arnhem (Gelderland). Established on 14 May 1892, Vitesse is one of the oldest professional football clubs in the Eredivisie. The club has enjoyed some success in the competition, has featured in the UEFA Cup competition and became the first Dutch football club to be owned by a foreigner when it was taken over by Georgian businessman Merab Zjordania in 2010. Since 1998, the club has played its home games at the GelreDome. Their best result in the Eredivisie was third place in 1997–98. The club had their first major success in 2017, winning the KNVB Cup.
Throughout the years, Vitesse established itself as a stepping stone for future world class players and coaches like Raimond van der Gouw, Philip Cocu, Roy Makaay, Sander Westerveld, Nikos Machlas, Henk ten Cate, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Mahamadou Diarra, Ronald Koeman, Nemanja Matić, Marco van Ginkel, Davy Pröpper, Wilfried Bony, Peter Bosz, Mason Mount and Martin Ødegaard.
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