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Established
1965 (55 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
De Grolsch Veste
(30,205 Capacity)

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Location
Enschede, Netherlands

Nicknames
The Tukkers

League
Dutch Eredivisie

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Upcoming Events
03 Oct 20 FC Twente   -  FC Emmen
17 Oct 20 Willem II   -  FC Twente
24 Oct 20 FC Utrecht   -  FC Twente
31 Oct 20 FC Twente   -  PEC Zwolle
07 Nov 20 ADO Den   -  FC Twente

Latest Results
25 Sep 20 FC Twente  3 - 1  FC Groningen
20 Sep 20 Feyenoord  1 - 1  FC Twente
12 Sep 20 FC Twente  2 - 0  Fortuna Sittard
05 Sep 20 FC Twente  1 - 1  FC Emmen
22 Aug 20 FC Twente  2 - 0  Go Ahead

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Football Club Twente is a Dutch professional football club from the city of Enschede. In 2018–19, it competed in and won the Eerste Divisie. The club was formed in 1965 by the merger of 1926 Dutch champions, Sportclub Enschede and Enschedese Boys. They were the holders of the 2011 KNVB Cup and Johan Cruijff Schaal trophies, and were Eredivisie champions in the 2009–10 season; the team has also finished as Eredivisie runner-up twice, was runner-up in the 1974–75 UEFA Cup, and has won the KNVB Cup three times. Twente's home ground since 1998 is De Grolsch Veste.

Team Members
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Andreas
Bjelland
#5


Nacer
Chadli
#11


Leroy
Fer
#8


Dusan
Tadic
#10


Luuk
de #19


Roberto
Rosales
#16


Nick
Marsman
#21


Timo
Plattel
#21


Filip
Bednarek
#23


Nicky
Kuiper



Peter
Wisgerhof



Nils
Roseler
#13


Rasmus
Bengtsson



Thilo
Leugers
#8


Tim
Holscher
#17


Tim
Breukers
#2


Luc
Castaignos
#9


Mirco
Born
#10


Wout
Brama
#6


Willem
Janssen
#14


Wesley
Verhoek
#26


Jerson
Cabral
#91


Tim
Cornelisse



Dedryck
Boyata
#20


Quincy
Promes
#11


Steven
Berghuis
#10

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Stadium or Home

De Grolsch Veste (English: The Grolsch Fortress, previously known as Arke Stadion) is the stadium of football club FC Twente. It is located in Colosseum 65, Enschede, Netherlands, at the Business & Science Park, near the University of Twente. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 30,205 with a standard pitch heating system and has a promenade instead of fences around the stands. It hosted the final of the UEFA Women's Euro 2017.

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