2019–20 FC Groningen season

In the 2019–20 season, FC Groningen played in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch professional football, as well as the KNVB Cup.

Groningen 2019–20 football season
Groningen
2019–20 season
Chairman Bert Middel
Manager Danny Buijs
Stadium Euroborg
Eredivisie 9th
KNVB Cup Second round
 2018–19

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As of 28 February 2020[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK  NED Sergio Padt
3 DF  NED Bart van Hintum
4 DF  NED Mike te Wierik(captain)
6 MF  NED Azor Matusiwa
8 MF  GER Sam Schreck
9 FW  NED Daishawn Redan(on loan from Hertha BSC)
10 MF  SWE Ramon Pascal Lundqvist
11 FW  SWE Joel Asoro(on loan from Swansea City)
14 FW  MAR Mohamed El Hankouri
15 FW  SWE Gabriel Gudmundsson
16 GK  NED Jan Hoekstra
17 DF  JPN Ko Itakura(on loan from Manchester City)
18 MF  MAR Ahmed El Messaoudi
19 MF  DEN Nicklas Strunck
21 DF  NED Django Warmerdam
No. Pos. Nation Player
22 DF  TUR Görkem Can
23 MF  AUS Ajdin Hrustic
26 MF  NED Daniël van Kaam
27 FW  NED Thijs Dallinga
28 DF  NED Tapmahoe Sopacua
29 FW  NED Romano Postema
32 GK  NED Marco van Duin
36 GK  NED Jan de Boer
42 DF  NED Deyovaisio Zeefuik
43 FW  NED Joel van Kaam
46 DF  NED Thomas Poll
51 FW  NED Kian Slor
52 FW  SVK Tomáš Suslov
53 FW  NED Giovanni Zwikstra

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