Robbie Witschge

Rob Witschge in Z14 polo low res

Our eldest and one of the most famous brothers who went far in football. Rob Witschge, born in Amsterdam on 22 August 1966. This former Dutch football international appeared for clubs like AFC Ajax, Feyenoord, AS Saint-Étienne and FC Utrecht. He usually played left-winger or left half. He played 30 international matches for the Dutch national team, in which he scored 3 times. When he was with Feyenoord, he won four national cups, the first edition of the Johan Cruyff Shield and one national championship title and he made it to the semi-finals of the Europe Cup II in 1991/92. In 1999, he wrapped up his career and began his career as a trainer.
In May 2000, Witschge successfully obtained his diploma Trainer Coach I. In the season 2001-2002, Witschge was assistant trainer for HFC Haarlem. In 2004, he became assistant national coach of the Dutch national team. Together with John van ‘t Schip, he assisted national coach Marco van Basten. In the season of 2006-2007, Witschge did his internship with HFC Haarlem. Afterwards, Witschge, together with John van ‘t Schip, became assistant trainer with Ajax, under main coach Marco van Basten.


1985 – 1989
Matches: 92
Goals: 13


1989 – 1990
Matches: 43
Goals: 11


1990 – 1996
Matches: 160
Goals: 25


1996 – 1998
Matches: 29
Goals: 1

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1998 – 1999
Matches: ?
Goals: ?