2021 was a special year. One that was, without a doubt, historic. We won our fifth cup, and then had the best record in the play-offs, continuing on after that title. In addition to this collective success, there were also impressive individual performances. Paul Onuachu was the league’s top scorer, came third in the Golden Boot and won Professional Footballer of the Year. Bryan Heynen, a part of the team since the age of six, became club captain and signed a contract extension through 2026. Our players turned in impressive performances more than once, even against the top English side West Ham at home. And so it went…

2021 was a special year. A year where we missed our supporters far too often. A year where we couldn't give our supporters the experience they deserve. Unfortunately, 2022 will also start with football being played without fans. Let's all hope it’s a situation that is short-lived. In the meantime, we are continuing to work hard. Our players and the staff want to give their best in a sporting sense. Our employees and volunteers want to organise the matches in optimal conditions, so that you, our fans, can fully support our team. In 2022, together, we will exceed ourselves again.

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