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AFC Ajax (women)

AFC Ajax
Ajax emblem
Full name Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax
Nickname(s) de Godendochters (Daughters of the Gods), De Ajacieden
Founded 18 May 2012
Ground De Toekomst
Ground Capacity 5.000 [1]
Owner AFC Ajax NV (Euronext: AJAX)
Chairman Hennie Henrichs
Head coach Ed Engelkes
League Eredivisie
2014–15 3rd BeNe League
Website Club home page

AFC Ajax is a Dutch women's football from Amsterdam representing AFC Ajax in the Vrouwen BeNe League. The team was founded in 2012.[2]

Results BeNe League

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BeNe League
Season Division Position W - D - L = Pts GF - GA Top scorer KNVB Beker
2012-13 BeNe League 04 / 16 12 - 06 - 010 = 42 47 - 36 van Lunteren (10) Quarterfinals
2013-14 BeNe League 03 / 14 16 - 06 - 04 = 54 68 - 23 van Lunteren (13) Champions
2014-15 BeNe League 03 / 13 17 - 02 - 05 = 53 54 - 20 Pieëte (10) Finalist

Affiliated clubs

On 13 January 2013, it was revealed that AFC Ajax Vrouwen would partner with SV Overbos, the Women's team from Hoofddorp.[3]

Current squad

As of 23 October 2015.[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Laura du Ry
2 DF Liza van der Most
3 DF Daphne Koster (captain)
4 DF Merel van Dongen
5 DF Petra Hogewoning
6 MF Anouk Hoogendijk
7 FW Marlous Pieëte
8 MF Tessel Middag
9 FW Mandy Versteegt
10 MF Desiree van Lunteren
No. Position Player
12 FW Eshley Bakker
15 DF Lauren Delleman
16 GK Elixabete Sarasola
17 MF Kelly Zeeman
18 MF Marjolijn van den Bighelaar
19 FW Loïs Oudemast
20 DF Vita van der Linden
21 FW Chantal de Ridder
22 GK Pauline Quaye
23 MF Inessa Kaagman

Head coaches

Honours

References

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  3. ^ "Hechte samenwerking Ajax en sv Overbos uit Hoofddorp'", Overbos.nl, 13 January 2013
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External links

  • Official site

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