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NAC Breda ist der Name des Profi-Fußballvereines der Stadt Breda in den Niederlanden. NAC Breda (Abkürzung für: NOAD-ADVENDO Combinatie) ist der Name des Profi-Fußballvereines der Stadt Breda in den Niederlanden. Sturm Graz steht nach fünf Runden überraschend an der Bundesliga-Tabellenspitze. Großen Anteil daran hat Neuzugang Uroš Matić, der in der Steiermark voll. NAC Breda» Kader / NAC Breda: Alle News und Infos. Darüber hinaus Transfers, Ergebnisse, Spielplan und Statistiken.
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Ivan Ilic Centrale. Huseyin Dogan Punta centrale. Verlegh, considered to be one of the important persons in Dutch football, died in a car accident on 12 March.
From NAC's foundation in , Verlegh was involved in the club at numerous positions and played an important role with the Royal Dutch Football Association.
A year later, in August , chairman Le Fevre died. The beginning of the sixties were not bright for NAC.
In — NAC even relegated for the first time in its existence. The relegation meant a total reconstruction of the club's management.
The board resigned and NAC's intention was to return to the highest level within one year. In the first round NAC was knocked out by later winners 1.
FC Magdeburg. In the NAC board decided to play the home matches on a Saturday evening. In this period a group of fanatic NAC fans merged and located themselves on a stand.
Their fierce support lead to an attraction of youngsters, who also fanatically support NAC. An Avondje NAC is a flamboyant mix of Burgundian fun, beer, fanaticism and love for the club and ensures that during home matches the atmosphere in the stadium is intimidating.
On 6 October , a strange situation occurred. During the home match against NAC's rivals Feyenoord the linesman was hit by an ashtray.
In the eighties NAC relegated two times. After the second relegation, it appeared the financial situation of NAC was terrible.
NAC was almost bankrupt and had to sell its belongings to survive. For years NAC struggled to survive, but at the end of the eighties NAC's situation improved and the club began to play in the top of the Eerste Divisie.
It was a shock to the club, especially since Knel was one of the popular players. A temporary Knel monument was revealed and the numbers of supporters visiting the monument proved his popularity.
Due to the sad moments of Knel's death a special relationship between fans of NAC and Sparta was created.
In , NAC finally promoted to the Eredivisie. The promotion meant a revival of NAC's popularity, the stadium was sold out and NAC was supported by thousands of people in away matches.
Due to the popularity, the NAC board announced it would leave the stadium at the Beatrixstraat and it would build a new stadium. NAC and the new players couldn't meet the high expectations for a couple of seasons and NAC even relegated in After this relegation, it appeared that NAC's financial situation was bad.
In 4 seasons, NAC bought 60 players and the costs of the stadium exceeded the budget. NAC also has one position available for a fan in the board of chairmen.
NAC professionalized and promoted in to the Eredivisie. An estimated 4, NAC fans travelled to Newcastle to support their team. After this rescue, the management and the Board of Chairmen resigned and was succeeded by Theo Mommers as managing director and a new Board of Chairmen, led by Willem van der Hoeven.
For a long time, NAC's financial position seemed stable and the club finished third in season — Despite earlier denials towards fans and stakeholders by management and the Board of Chairmen, it appeared at the end of season — that NAC's financial position was not stable.
During this period, NAC manager Maaskant raised his concerns several times via the press. They had enjoyed 15 successive seasons in the top tier.
Cyriel Dessers scored four goals in those two matches. The other goal was made by Giovanni Korte. After the match there were festivities in Breda.
First there was a party next to the stadium. A day later the party continued at the "Grote Markt". NAC's official colours are yellow, white and black.
Initially, NAC's home kit was a black shirt -with a diagonal yellow line-, a white short and yellow black socks.
In NAC changed this kit towards a white shirt. This white shirt would remain till the sixties when NAC decided to replace the white shirt with a yellow shirt and black shorts  Conversely, NAC's away colours have been very inconsistent.
There is no setting in the colour standards. The away kit is a white shirt, with a yellow diagonal line marked by a black border running over it.
White short and white socks complete the away kit. During their existence, NAC had 4 different crests.
After their foundation in , their crest was a black shield, with a yellow diagonal line running over it and in it the letters N.
This crest was replaced in by another crest. The reason for this crest change is unknown. In the crest was replaced by a crest which contained the letters NAC in a black and yellow combination.
The crest was most probably changed due to the dismissal of the NAC board in In order to state a new beginning, a new board member's daughter designed NAC's third crest.
The two lions and the three crosses are derived from Breda's crest. In , the first crest was re-adopted since, as NAC celebrated its th anniversary.
Eventually upon initiative and paid for by the fans it was decided to reinstate the first crest permanently. Period: 19 September — 31 July Because of the terrain's poor conditions, NAC moved to another terrain.
Period: 1 August — 31 July Period: 1 August — 29 August In NAC celebrated the Dutch championship at the stadium.
Period: 30 August — 1 August Period: 1 August — 13 May NAC was back in the city where it belonged. In the seventies NAC became notorious for their evening matches at this stadium.
The stadium's top capacity was 18, Due to strict regulations, it was limited to 12, in the nineties. Due to the stadium's age and overdue maintenance, NAC left the stadium in Period: 11 August — Present.
NAC's current ground is the Rat Verlegh stadium, located 2 kilometres north west of Breda's city centre.
At present, the stadium's capacity is 17, Due to the increasing popularity of NAC Breda, the stadium was expanded in summer to a capacity of 19, NAC Breda have a loyal fanbase, with virtually all their home matches selling out.
A flamboyant mix of Burgundian fun, beer, fanaticism and love for the club ensures that during home matches the atmosphere in the stadium is intimidating.
The term has its roots in the seventies, when the board decided to play their home matches at a Saturday evening. NAC was the first club in Dutch professional soccer to found a fans' council.
This council is an advisory organisation, that protects NAC's culture and defend the fans' interests. NAC also has one position available for a fan in the board of chairmans.
This rivalry originated in the s. Matches between the two are referred to as the derby of Brabant. The two cities of Breda and Tilburg are just 20 kilometres apart, leading to an intense feeling of a cross-town rivalry, heightened by a feeling that it is city against city with local pride at stake.
The cities differ culturally where Breda is considered a working class city and Tilburg is considered more elitist.
This is also apparent from the fact that Willem II is named after a Dutch king. The rivalry has its roots after several incidents between fans of both clubs in the seventies of the 20th century.
Although Feyenoord fans don't have the same rival feelings like NAC fans have, matches against Feyenoord are considered to be of the most important and most violent matches of a season.
NAC Breda's supervisory board consists of 7 people. NAC Breda's management consists of the following people.
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