Martijn Reuser

Martijn Reuser in Z14 polo low resThe Benjamin of our illustrious company. Born in Amsterdam on 1 February 1975. Favourite of our fashion photographer and hair stylist. As far as international matches go, he beats Toine van Peperstraten by 1, but falls behind all the other. As far as his trophies go, however, he stands second to none.
He started his career at AFC Ajax and later went on to play for Vitesse, Ipswich Town, Willem II, RKC Waalwijk and NAC Breda. In his time with Vitesse, Reuser once made an appearance for the Dutch national team in a friendly against Ghana.
When he was 35, Martijn Reuser ended his active football career. At the moment, he’s training a youth team with NAC and he regularly acts as an analyst with Fox Sports.
Overview of games, clubs and goals:
Season / Club / Matches / Goals
Martijn Reuser’s list of achievements is impressive. He became national champion 3 times, won the Super Cup in 1995 and 1995, the Champions League in 1995 and the UEFA Super Cup and World Cup in the same year.

1993 – 1997
Matches: 42
Goals: 6

1999 – 2000
Matches: 3
Goals: 0

1997 – 1999
Matches: 56
Goals: 14

2000 – 2004
Matches: 92
Goals: 14

2000 – 2004
Matches: 92
Goals: 14

2006 – 2008
Matches: 40
Goals: 11

2008 – 2010
Matches: 37
Goals: 1