PSV Eindhoven

Location of PSV Eindhoven

A markerFrederiklaan 10a 5616 NH Eindhoven, Netherlands -
Frederiklaan 10, 5616 NH Eindhoven, Hollandia
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Location of the football stadium of PSV Eindhoven

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Official Name: PSV Eindhoven

President: Frits Schuitema

Secretary: R.W.J.P.M. Verkerk

Press Officer: Pedro Salazar-Hewitt 

Coach: Fred Rutten

Address: Frederiklaan 10a 5616 NH, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Telephone: (+31) 40 2 505 505

Fax: (+31) 40 250 56 39

Website: www.psv.nl

E-mail: http://www.psv.nl/Contact.htm (contact form on the official PSV Eindhoven website)

Uniform: Red/white vertical stripes

Alternative uniform: Blue/white

UEFA Cup winner: 1978

European Champions Club' Cup/Champion's League winner: 1988

KNVB Cup winners: 1950, 1974, 1976, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1996, 2005

National Championship winner: 1929, 1935, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Johan Cruijff Shield winner: 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2009

Smaller Competitions:

Peace Cup winner: 2003

Russian Railways Cup winner: 2007

Phillips Tournament (Netherlands) winner: 1982, 1984, 1985

Torneo Internacional de Fútbol de Maspalomas (Spain) winner: 1984, 1985, 2000

President's Cup (Korea) winner: 1983

Trofeo Villa de Madrid (Spain) winner: 1984

1913: August 31: Foundation of Eindhoven Football Club PSV. Originally member of Philips Sports Club made of 19 members.

1914: New manager: Kees Meijnders, First Dutch league season (in lower divisions)

1916: New manager: Wout Buitenweg

1921: New manager: Jan Wos

1922: New manager: John Leavy

1926: New manager: Ben Hoogstede

1928: New manager: Ignaz Klein, New manager: Joop Klein Wentink

1929: New manager: Jack Hall, National Championship winner

1935: New manager: Sam Wadsworth, National Championship winner

1938: New manager: Jan van den Broek

1942: New manager: Coen Delsen

1945: New manager: Sam Wadsworth

1950: KNVB Cup winners 

1951: New manager: Harry Topping, National Championship winner

1952: New Manager: Huub de Leeuw

1955: First participation in Coupe Européene (predecessor of European cup). PSV Eindhoven was first dutch club to participate

1956: New manager: Ljubiša Broćić

1957: New manager: George Hardwick

1958: New manager: Cees van Dijke

1959: New Manager: Ljubiša Broćić

1960: New manager: Franz Binder

1962: New manager: Bram Appel

1963: National Championship winner

1967: New manager: Milan Nikolic

1968: New manager: Wim Blokland, New Manager: Kurt Linder

1972: New manager: Kees Rijvers

1974: KNVB Cup winners 

1975: National Championship winner

1976: National Championship winner, KNVB Cup winners

1978: UEFA Cup winner, National Championship winner

1980: New manager: Jan Reker, New manager: Thijs Libregts

1982: Phillips Tournament (Netherlands) winner

1983: New manager: Jan Reker, President's Cup (Korea) winner

1984: Phillips Tournament (Netherlands) winner, Torneo Internacional de Fútbol de Maspalomas (Spain) winner, Trofeo Villa de Madrid (Spain) winner

1985: Phillips Tournament (Netherlands) winner, Torneo Internacional de Fútbol de Maspalomas (Spain) winner

1986: New manager: Hans Kraay, National Championship winner

1987: New manager: Guus Hiddink, National Championship winner

1988: European Champions Club' Cup winner, National Championship winner, KNVB Cup winners

1989: National Championship winner, KNVB Cup winners

1990: New manager: Bobby Robson, KNVB Cup winners

1991: National Championship winner

1992: New manager: Hans Westerhof, National Championship winner, Johan Cruijff Shield winner

1993: New manager: Aad de Mos

1994: New manager: Kees Rijvers, New manager: Dick Advocaat

1996: KNVB Cup winners, Johan Cruijff Shield winner

1997: National Championship winner, Johan Cruijff Shield winner

1998: New manager: Bobby Robson, Johan Cruijff Shield winner

1999: New Manager: Eric Gerets

2000: National Championship winner, Johan Cruijff Shield winner, Torneo Internacional de Fútbol de Maspalomas (Spain) winner

2003: National Championship winner, Johan Cruijff Shield winner, Peace Cup winner

2002: New manager: Guus Hiddink

2001: National Championship winner, Johan Cruijff Shield winner

2005: National Championship winner, KNVB Cup winners

2006: New manager: Ronald Koeman, National Championship winner

2007: New manager: Jan Wouters, National Championship winner, Russian Railways Cup winner

2008: New manager: Sef Vergoossen, New manager: Huub Stevens, National Championship winner

2009: New manager: Dwight Lodeweges, New manager: Fred Rutten, Johan Cruijff Shield winner

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