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This section of the kits for the world web-site gives you more information about the football clubs that are a part of the ” A Link in the chain of Development through Football project”.

These clubs see the value in helping to wider community of the world of football. Our partner clubs have shown that they also believe in power Football has to change the world. If you would like to join the KiTs for the world project than E-mail us: contactus@kitsfortheworld.org

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csv_28_large_logo_ CSV’28  Founded in 1928, the year the Olympic Games took place in the Netherlands. It was therefore chosen as the club color ‘orange’. Same color as the Dutch national team and to this day CSV plays today still in orange uniforms.
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Zwolsche Boys LOGO Zwolsche Boys was founded on May 1, 1918 at a meeting in the lunchroom Halfwerkthe Luttekestraat in Zwolle. A club with a glorious history. Zwolsche Boys played that year in the league N.C.V.B. and Champion were instantly. Until 1954, played football at the highest level. From 1954 to 1969 played the Zwolsche Boys semi-professional football. In 1969, returned to the amateurs, which was started in the 4th class.Route details to Zwolsche Boys
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W.V.F. W.V.F is a football club with approximately 850 members and 250 volunteers. One of the strengths of the club‘s youth department consists of around 450 boys and girls. The club has a rich history founded by five boys aged 12 and 13 years old with the name: Quick ..Route details to W.V.F
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Storica Storica, founded on 9 November 1949 by the staff association of Stork NV, where it split from it in 1978. In the past, Storica played ao in the fields of sv Zwolle HTC and Be-Quick ‘28 has since season 1977-1978 Storica his own property to “The High Laar. Storica was six times champion.
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SV Zwolle In 1912 football club VIOS” forerunner of SV Zwolle, founded only lifted in 1924. In 1926 by establishing the Roman Catholic “Swift”. In 1930, the name should be changed because of registration in the big league, and then R.K.S.C. Zwolle. On April 22 1969 the name is changed to SV Zwolle. Famous names: Bertus van Putten, Adrie Daenen, Hennie Hendriksen, Coen van Vilsteren, Jan Wieger Vellinga, Ron Jans and Martin Reinders.
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Zwolsche Atletiek Club ZAC ( Zwolsche Atletiek Club) Was founded on 1-10-1893 at the initiative of the then HBS student Pim Adrian. ZAC is the oldest football club in Zwolle and even one of the oldest in the Netherlands. With about 900 members, they are also one of the biggest clubs in Zwolle.
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Be Quick '28 Be Quick ’28 Founded in 1928 by Reverend C. D. van Noppen. The number of members at that time was 17. In 1932, the first magazine published “The Be Quick Gun.” Since 1942 the club is in its current location on the Ceintuurbaan. In 1943 a merger took place with gymnastics Turnlust” By creating subsections for other sports, among others, korfball and vollekbal, the number of members grew
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Voetbalclub Beekbergen Voetbalclub Beekbergen ( VVB ), Founded on June 23 in 1930a healthy and prosperous football club with a rich history and excellent accommodation. If village association not only plays a role as a football club but also has an important social function in the community of Beekbergen. Most members come from or have close ties to Beekbergen. With about 500 members at all levels Beekbergen is a healthy club.
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S.V. Beatrix S.V. Beatrix Established after the liberation in 1945 and named after then-Crown Princess Beatrix. Located adjacent to the Hoge Veluwe National part is quite possible that you then can see from the players on the field. There are two playgrounds and a training ground while the second field is also used a lot for training.
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V.V.SVI_LOGO Sport vereniging Ittersum Founded on August 28, 1952. The players came from the neighborhoods Ittersum, Oldeneel, and Schellenberg, belonging to the municipality Zwollerkerspel. SVI played its first home games on a terrain behind Zandhove. From 1987 SVI one of the biggest football clubs in Zwolle.
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Rohda Raalte De R.K.S.V. Rohda Raalte, As the club is officially known, was founded on May 20, 1929 and, with more than 1,500 members has long been the biggest football clubs in the Netherlands. Rohda stands for Right On Target Af. Rohda Raalte has accommodation including private football hall and two artificial pitches. The capacity on the main field contains approximately 4,500 sites, of which 450 covered seats.
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Pancratius Pancratius football club is  more than a football club. From our point of view, it is an important part of the local community and acts as a hub for all generations that use the club, it is truly a place were the community come together and interact.  Pancratius football club also has good understanding of the power football, and the impact it has to  make changes to a persons life, hence the donation to KiTs for the World..
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