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Established
1902 (119 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Adelaarshorst
(10,400 Capacity)

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Location
Deventer, Netherlands

Nicknames
The pride of the IJssel Kowet

League
Dutch Eredivisie

Last Edit
Ovokx: 01/Sep/21
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Upcoming Events
24 Oct 21 Vitesse   -  Go Ahead
26 Oct 21 Almere City   -  Go Ahead
31 Oct 21 Go Ahead   -  Fortuna Sittard
07 Nov 21 Ajax   -  Go Ahead
21 Nov 21 Go Ahead   -  FC Groningen

Latest Results
16 Oct 21 Go Ahead  4 - 2  SC Heracles
02 Oct 21 RKC Waalwijk  1 - 1  Go Ahead
26 Sep 21 AZ Alkmaar  5 - 0  Go Ahead
22 Sep 21 Go Ahead  1 - 2  PSV Eindhoven
19 Sep 21 Go Ahead  1 - 0  PEC Zwolle

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Go Ahead Eagles are a Dutch football club from Deventer. They play in the Eerste Divisie, the second tier of Dutch football, but will play in the Eredivisie from the 2021–22 season following promotion. The club's home stadium is De Adelaarshorst. The club won the national championship in 1917, 1922, 1930 and 1933.

They have produced a number of notable players including Raimond van der Gouw, René Eijkelkamp, Marc Overmars, Paul Bosvelt, Jan Kromkamp, Victor Sikora, Bert van Marwijk and Demy de Zeeuw while providing Henk ten Cate and Leo Beenhakker with their first tastes of management.

Team Members
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Lion
Kaak



Eloy
Room
#1


Xander
Houtkoop



Jarchinio
Antonia
#27


Xandro
Schenk
#3


Harmen
Kuperus



Freek
Heerkens
#3


Quincy
Promes
#24


Deniz
Turuc
#23

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

De Adelaarshorst is a multi-use stadium in Deventer, Netherlands. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Go Ahead Eagles. The stadium is able to hold 7,938 people and was built in 1920.

The stadium hosted a qualifying match for the 1974 FIFA World Cup between the Netherlands and Iceland (who were nominally hosting the match). The Dutch won the game 8-1.

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