mrt - Gelredome, Stadion von Vitesse Arnheim / Niederlande. Der Fußballclub Vitesse Arnheim trägt hier seine Heimspiele in der 1. Holländischen Liga aus. Das Stadion bietet Platz für über Zuschauer. Ein Besuch. GelreDome – das Stadion von Vitesse Arnheim. Die Heimat des niederländischen Erstligist entstand von bis , ehe sie beim Erfolg gegen NAC.
Vitesse Arnheim – Verein, Stadion und FansDer Fußballclub Vitesse Arnheim trägt hier seine Heimspiele in der 1. Holländischen Liga aus. Das Stadion bietet Platz für über Zuschauer. Ein Besuch. Wappen SBV Vitesse. SBV Vitesse Batavierenweg 25 Bilder GelreDome. GelreDome - Arnhem-Zuid Borussen Tom. Bilder zu diesem Stadion einreichen. Die Vereinsdaten, Mitgliederzahl und die bisherigen Erfolge von Vitesse Arnheim. Informationen zum Stadion: Gelredome.
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Chelsea winger Charly Musonda has returned to Dutch side Vitesse for a second season-long loan. Ajax moved three points clear at the top of the Eredivisie table after a home win against Vitesse Arnhem.
Ajax edged three points ahead of PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie title race with a hard-fought win at FC Groningen.
PSV Eindhoven's Eredivisie title chances were dealt a blow as they had to settle for a draw away at man Vitesse. Ajax closed the gap on Eredivisie leaders PSV Eindhoven to two points after recording a thumping victory at ADO Den Haag.
Anfang Januar wurde dem Spieler Dan Mori 24 Stunden vor der Abreise in das Trainingslager nach Abu Dhabi Vereinigte Arabische Emirate das Visum verweigert, da er israelischer Staatsbürger ist.
Die Entscheidung der Mannschaft, trotzdem zu fliegen, wurde in den Niederlanden   und von deutschen Beobachtern kritisiert .
Seit verfügt der Verein, der damals Dritter in der Ehrendivision wurde, in den Neubauvierteln am Südufer des Rheins über das Stadion GelreDome.
Bei Bedarf kann der Rasenplatz vom Inneren des Stadions ins Freie geschoben werden, um ihm optimale Pflege zukommen zu lassen.
Innerhalb des Stadions kann man sich im Haus der Geschichte über die Klubhistorie informieren. Mit durchschnittlich Vitesse Arnheim hatte zwischen und Stand: August 54 Trainer in seiner Vereinsgeschichte.
Nur wenige betreuten den Verein länger als zwei Jahre. Der Deutsche Heinrich Schwarz hält mit neun Jahren den Rekord als Trainer in Arnheim.
Die bekanntesten Namen sind Ronald Koeman , Leo Beenhakker , Henk ten Cate , Fred Rutten , Aad de Mos , Peter Bosz , Artur Jorge und Leonid Sluzki.
De Munck, Jan Zonnenberg , Edward Sturing und Clemens Westerhof sind bisher die einzigen Trainer, die den Verein mehr als einmal betreuten.
Seit wird jährlich der Vitesse-Spieler des Jahres geehrt. Erster Gewinner wurde der Rekordspieler und spätere Trainer von Arnheim Theo Bos.
Erster ausländischer Profi, der die Auszeichnung erhielt, war der Grieche Nikos Machlas. Bis heute Stand: wurden von sieben weitere Ausländer geehrt.
Alle anderen Sieger waren Niederländer. In dieser steht Vitesse Arnheim in Kooperation mit dem AGOVV Apeldoorn. Begründet wurde es am August Die Akademie untersteht einer eigenen Organisation und ist für sich selbst verantwortlich.
Es gibt eigene Vereinsfarben und Logos. Bekannte Spieler, die dort ausgebildet wurden, sind unter anderem:. Schon vor dieser Fusion mit Apeldoorn war Vitesse dafür bekannt, gute Spieler auszubilden.
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Among the most important Vitesse songs are "Geel en Zwart zijn onze kleuren" by Emile Hartkamp, "Ernems Trots" by Joey Hartkamp, and "Bouw mee aan een steengoed Vites!
Vitesse opens its home matches with "Whatever You Want" by Status Quo , and after every home goal " Bro Hymn " by Pennywise is played.
Theo Bos was raised in Arnhem and started playing football from an early age. He began his career at amateur club Sv Sempre Avanti and played from to in the academy of Vitesse.
Manager Leen Looijen gave him his professional debut on 13 August against FC Wageningen ; the match ended in a 3—0 victory for Vitesse.
Bos spent his entire playing career for Vitesse, making a total appearances in 14 seasons with his club. After his playing career, Bos worked at Vitesse as youth coach, assistant coach and manager.
He is therefore considered to be Mister Vitesse. In , the south stand of the GelreDome stadium was named the Theo Bos Stand.
Bos died on 28 February of pancreatic cancer , aged forty-seven. Following his death, a special remembrance to honour Theo Bos took place at Gelredome with around 7, Vitesse supporters.
As of the —13 season, no player could wear the number 4 shirt at Vitesse after the club decided to retire the shirt out of respect for Theo Bos, "the legendary number four".
Dutch defender Jan-Arie van der Heijden was the last player to wear the number. In November , his biography Het is zoals het is 'It is what it is' was published, written by journalist Marcel van Roosmalen.
In , a statue of Bos was erected outside of the training complex at Papendal. Around September there is an annual 'Airborne memorial' football match.
During this annual Airborne-match the veterans of World War II will be honored. The Gelredome is decorated with Airborne flags, both outside and inside the stadium, and at halftime, members of the Royal British Legion played the bagpipes with some other musical guests.
Clubsymbol Hertog fly with the typical Airborne colours. The match is traditionally visited by veterans who were fighting in this battle, while a special shirt is worn by Vitesse.
The club drop their normal striped black and yellow kit for this special match. Instead they wear claret and blue outfits, the same colours of the 1st Airborne Division , with a 1st Airborne 'winged horse' emblem also etched on the kit.
Pictured on the collar sticker is the John Frost Bridge. These shirts are after the match auctioned for charity. In addition, Vitesse wearing a special captain's armband as a sign of recognition and respect for those who have fought for our freedom.
In the —15 and —20 seasons, Vitesse played their away games in the same colours of the 1st Airborne Division. Originally, Vitesse played in white shirts with a blue sash from inception until , paying hommage to the city's colours.
At the turn of the century, player Reinhard Jan Christiaan baron van Pallandt offered to sponsor the club's shirts in exchange for Vitesse switching to his family colours of black and yellow.
The board were quick to accept, noting that Vitesse, being one of the strongest team in the province of Gelderland, would be vindicated in playing in what could also be considered the province's colours the flag of Gelderland is a tricolour in blue, yellow, and black.
The first logo of Vitesse was a shield-shaped crest. In the middle there was a diagonal dividing line between the left yellow face and the right black box.
In the left box, "AVC Vitesse" was diagonally written and in the right-hand side, " ", the club's founding year. The old logo was replaced in , the year in which the roads of the BVO branch and the amateur branch separated.
The amateur branch retained the logo with limited modification, SBV Vitesse got a new logo. The new logo of the BVO from is once again a shield-shaped figure, but it has straight lines at both the top and sides of the logo.
At the top is with thick white uppercase Vitesse. Under the name is a double-headed eagle, with left and right half mirrored.
Also the colors are mirrored, which is left yellow is black right and vice versa. This double-headed eagle can also be found in the coat of arms of Arnhem.
In the middle of the logo is a football positioned. In the autumn of , a new version of the logo was put into use; A total of 13 changes have been made.
For example, the symmetry of the eagle was improved, the black outer edge replaced by a white and in the writing has been made thinner. The football has been altered in terms of appearance as a shadow effect is added and if the context allows it the year of creation as text EST.
Since , Vitesse's kit has been manufactured by Nike. Previous manufacturers include Adidas —89 , Hummel —90 , Bukta —91 , Diadora —93 , Umbro —97 , Lotto Sport Italia —99 , Uhlsport —05 , Quick —06 , Legea —09 , Klupp —12 , Nike —14 , and Macron The club's shirts are currently sponsored by Waterontharder.
Previous commercial sponsors have been Akai —83 , Oad Reizen —85 , Spitman —86 , Schoenenreus —89 , RTL 4 — , PTT Telecom —92 , BFI —92 , Spaarenergie —93 , Nuon Energy —01 , ATAG Benelux —01 , SITA —03 , Hubo —03 , Bavaria —03 , SBS 6 —03 , Sunweb Group —04 , AFAB — , Zuka.
The supporters of the club are known as Vitessenaren. Vitesse has two independent fan bodies. The Supportersvereniging Vitesse was founded in and currently consists of 3, members.
They own a fan base within the GelreDome. The second one, Arnhem Ultras , serve a more specific purpose: to improve the atmosphere in the stadium.
Besides the fan unions, there are several sets of fans who work together on tifo choreography, likes VIVO Vitesse Is van Ons , De Aftrap and VAK among others.
Nowadays, Vitesse is supported by one fanatic side: The Theo Bos — South Stand. This stand is responsible for a big part of the atmosphere in the stadium.
Vitesse have attracted around 18, people to Eredivisie matches on average in the last years. The record attendance stands at 26,, achieved in a match against NAC Breda at 25 March Research showed that about 10, season ticket holders from Gelderland , with other significant groups coming from Utrecht , South Holland and North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Vitesse Kids Club was founded by Vitesse in for children up to 16 years. Every year, the Vitesse Kids Club Day is organized, offering activities for members who are joined by the first team squad.
During pre-season, Vitesse also holds an Open Day for people of all ages; the event gives the opportunity for sponsors and new player signings to be presented.
Back in the days they had a friendship with Lierse SK till there was a big riot between them at a friendly match in NEC from Nijmegen are Vitesse's archrivals.
The two clubs share a long history together and matches between the two clubs are called the Gelderse Derby Derby of Gelderland.
The rivalry between these two clubs goes beyond the football rivalry, it transcends into the city rivalry between the two largest cities of Gelderland : Nijmegen and Arnhem.
This city rivalry began when these two cities first received their city rights. The two cities are just 20 kilometres apart, leading to an intense feeling of a cross-town rivalry, heightened by a feeling that local pride is at stake.
The meeting between the two teams is still considered to be one of the biggest matches of the season. The inhabitants of these cities differ extremely in both attitudes and cultures which is clearly reflected on to the football pitch.
Vitesse's style of play has long been a source of pride for the supporters, and one of irritation for the NEC fans.
Since , Arnhem has been the capital of Gelderland, historically based on finance and trade. Arnhem is perceived as an office city with modern buildings.
Nijmegen, on the other hand, is predominantly a workers' city, with middle and high-income groups in the minority. People from Nijmegen see Arnhem as arrogant and lazy.
De Graafschap are also a rival of Vitesse, but in terms of tension and rivalry, these matches are not as loaded as the duels with N. The rivalry has existed for some time with De Graafschap and stems from various causes, such as the opposition between the large city Arnhem and the countryside Doetinchem.
Further teams who share a rivalry with Vitesse include FC Twente and AFC Ajax. Past rivalries include local derbies between Vitesse and clubs such as FC Wageningen , Go Ahead Eagles , Quick , Arnhemse Boys and VV Rheden.
However, the tension between the local sides lessened as the division of the clubs through playing in different leagues over time became greater.
Years of not competing in the same league resulted in less frequent match-ups, until tensions finally settled between the local clubs.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. For recent transfers, see —21 SBV Vitesse season.
The club is famous, however, for its Youth Academy, which is rated with the maximum of 4 Stars by the KNVB. Many players in professional football in Europe have played at Vitesse in the past including Roy Makaay , Peter Bosz , Marco van Ginkel , Alexander Büttner , Theo Janssen , Erwin Mulder , Eloy Room , Ricky van Wolfswinkel , Davy Pröpper , Piet Velthuizen , Martin Laamers , Nicky Hofs , Mitchell van Bergen and Stijn Schaars.
All youth teams will train and play their matches at Papendal. The Vitesse Academy comprises age-group teams ranging from U8's up to the flagship U19's.
Damit sollen die Zuschauer dichter ans Spielfeld geholt werden. Für die Feuerwehr mussten die unteren Sitzreihen unbesetzt bleiben, was auf Fernsehbildern den Eindruck erweckte, das Stadion sei halb leer.
Mit der HardBass, veranstaltet von B2S, findet eine weitere Veranstaltung aus der Hardstyle-Szene jedes Jahr im Gelredome statt. Im Jahr kam mit der Motorai-Messe zum ersten Mal eine Motorradveranstaltung in das Stadion, folgte die FIM World Supercross, die ein Jahr später wieder dort stattfand.
Seit einigen Jahren wird der GelreDome auch für das Tractorpulling und Monstertrucks genutzt. Es fanden drei Vorrundenspiele in Arnhem statt.