RBC (football club)

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RBC Roosendaal
RBC Roosendaal logo.svg
Full name Roosendaalse Boys Combinatie
Short name RBC
Founded 16 July 1927
Ground RBC Stadion
League Derde Klasse (2018-19)

Roosendaal Boys Combinatie, commonly abbreviated to RBC (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌɛrbeːˈseː]), is a Dutch football club based in Roosendaal, North Brabant. RBC currently plays in the Derde Klasse, the eight tier of football in the Netherlands, after a bankruptcy in 2011, subsequently restarting the club and winning promotion in their first season.

History

RBC, the idea of Frans Mathijsen and Anton Poldermans, was formed on 31 July 1912. The club was initially called Excelsior and was renamed VV Roosendaal in 1920. The club's present name is the result of a merger with another football team. On 16 July 1927, the club became known as Roosendaal Boys Combinatie (RBC) because of the merger with Roosendaalsche Boys.

In 1955 the club turned professional and won the Tweede Divisie B in 1957. With the leagues restructured by the KNVB the club left professional football in 1971. Between the return to professional status in 1983 RBC was a successful amateur club.

In 2000 the club reached the Eredivisie for the first time just for one season. Before 2001, RBC played its league games in stadium De Luiten, which had a capacity of 2,000 seats and 5,000 standing places. In 2001, RBC moved into its new 5,000 seater stadium. RBC returned in the Eredivisie in 2002 for four seasons.

In the 2004–05 season, RBC just avoided the Nacompetitie (relegation playoff). Relegation could not be avoided a year later, with RBC finishing bottom of the Eredivisie in the 2005–06 season.

On 8 June 2011, RBC Roosendaal was declared bankrupt after the board failed to repay the outstanding debts of €1.6 million; this led to an automatic revocation of the professional license from KNVB.[1] With RBC Roosendaal now out of Eerste Divisie, the board started working in order to register the club to the amateur Hoofdklasse league for the 15 June deadline.[2] On 14 June 2011, it was announced that RBC would not play in the Hoofdklasse.

On 21 September 2011, it was announced that RBC Roosendaal would change their name back to RBC and make a new start in Dutch football. RBC started season 2012–13 in the Vijfde Klasse, the 9th tier in Dutch football.[3] They played their games at Sportpark Rimboe in the village of Wouwse Plantage, just south of Roosendaal. On 7 April 2013, their first promotion since their restart has been confirmed after beating VV Rimboe 10–1. As a result, they played the 2013–14 season in the Vierde Klasse. One week after winning promotion, they won the championship in their division. After the end of the 2012–13 season it was announced that RBC would return to their old ground, the RBC Stadion for the 2013–14 season.[4] After finishing second two years in a row, RBC won the Vierde Klasse in 2017 and it currently plays in the Derde Klasse which is after a reorganisation now the eighth tier in Dutch football (and the sixth tier in amateur football).

Honours

  • Promoted to Eredivisie
    • 2000, 2002
  • Sunday Amateur Champions
    • 1973

Results

10
2A
7
2A
6
2A
5
2A
4
2A
8
2A
8
2A
8
2A
7
2A
6
2A
9
2A
2
2A
1
C
1
2D
2
2E
2
2E
2
2E
-
11
7
2A
6
2A
1
2B
5
4
1D
12
1C
11
1D
10
1D
10
D
8
A
1
B
13
A
9
B
16
B
15
A
4
B
4
11
14
13
15
14
18
7
15
1
2B
1
1E
1
1E
1
C
4
C
13
C
2
1E
7
1E
1
1E
2
C
2
C
4
C
14
11
10
13
7
17
17
10
5
7
14
15
13
15
18
12
6
18
3
13
12
16
18
3
11
16
11
17
-
1
5C
8
4D
2
4B
2
4B
1
4B
9
3A
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Eredivisie
Eerste Divisie
Eerste klasse
(professional league)
Tweede Divisie
Derde Divisie
Hoofdklasse
Eerste Klasse
Tweede Klasse
Derde Klasse
Vierde Klasse
Emergency League

Managers

References

  1. ^ "Voetbalclub RBC failliet verklaard" (in Dutch). BN/De Stem. 8 June 2011. Retrieved 8 June 2011.
  2. ^ "RBC Roosendaal bezigt met Hoofdklasse" (in Dutch). VoetbalPlus.nl. 13 June 2011. Retrieved 13 June 2011.
  3. ^ "RBC Roosendaal wil terug naar de top van het amateurvoetbal" (in Dutch). 2 January 2015. Archived from the original on 20 March 2015.
  4. ^ (in Dutch) Stadion RBC per 1 augustus weer operationeel, Omroep Brabant (3 mei 2013)
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