One of the EHL’s most successful clubs, Rotterdam will be looking for glory in the EHL Cup this Easter with Jeroen Hertzberger potentially extending his lead at the head of the goalscoring charts.
He is one of three Dutch Tokyo Olympians from the club alongside the flying forward Thijs van Dam and defender Justen Blok. Tristan Algera’s corner flicks and Tjep Hoedemakers bring quality in tandem with English international Harry Martin and Spain’s Joaquin Menini means they have lots to offer.
But they have endured a tough season in the Hoofdklasse and are sitting in ninth place for the winter break.
2007/08 – BRONZE
2008/09 – BRONZE
2009/10 – Runners-up
2011/12 – Fourth place
2012-13 – KO16
2013-14 – KO8
2017-18 – BRONZE
Derk Meijer (GK); Tristan Algera; Robin Duran; Jesse van Minde; Olivier Hortensius; Menno Boeren; Alex Schop; Thijs van Dam; Jeroen Hertzberger (C); Jochem Bakker Jochem Blok; Tjep Hoedemakers Pepijn van der Heijden; Justin Blok; Guus Jansen; Joaquín Menini; Harry Martin; Mahinder Terlouw (GK); Timo Goor.
Coach: Albert Kees Manenschijn; Ass Coach: Kai de Jager; Manager: Pim Vollebregt; Manager: Tijs van der Wielen; Fysio: Mattias Middelkoop; Medical Doctor: Bart-Jeroen Petri; Video: Maarten van Rooijen.