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S.V. RAP
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Full nameSport Vereniging RAP
Founded1917 ground = Sportpark Het Loopveld, Amstelveen, Netherlands
CapacityUnknown
ChairmanPaul Hopman
ManagerAlbert Evers
LeagueVijfde Klasse
2010–11Vijfde Klasse, ?
WebsiteClub website

S.V. RAP is a Dutch football (soccer) club based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, that plays in the Vijfde Klasse, the eight tier of football in the Netherlands, and the sixth tier of Dutch amateur football.

Founded in 1917, the name S.V. RAP stands for Sport Vereniging RAP (RAP meaning Fast in Dutch). They play their home matches at Sportpark ’t Loopveld in Amstelveen, a suburb of Amsterdam.[1]

Often mistaken for RAP, the first official football champion of the Netherlands in 1899, s.v. RAP are not the same club. In 1914, the original RAP merged with Volharding to form VRC: Volharding-RAP-Combination, later changed into a cricket club by the name of VRA, deciding to no longer field a football team. While this S.V. RAP was actually founded three years after the dissolution of the original club.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Torneo del Futuro". Torneo del Futuro. 9 November 2011. Retrieved 9 November 2011.
  2. ^ "SV RAP E1 en E2 naar finale op De Dam". KNVB.nl. 21 June 2011. Retrieved 9 November 2011.

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