A brief glimpse into the past

DVS'33 Ermelo - VVSB: 2-2
DVS'33 Ermelo - VVSB: 2-2

De samenvatting van de wedstrijd DVS'33 Ermelo tegen VVSB. Abonneren op DVS-TV: https://www.youtube.com/user/dvs33tv?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: ...



Peter Wesselink: "We hebben verzuimd om afstand te nemen van VVSB."
Peter Wesselink: "We hebben verzuimd om afstand te nemen van VVSB."

Peter Wesselink blikt terug de 2-2 van DVS'33 Ermelo tegen VVSB Abonneren op DVS-TV: https://www.youtube.com/user/dvs33tv?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: ...



VVSB-Harkemase Boys
VVSB-Harkemase Boys

Op zaterdag 19 september nam VVSB het thuis op tegen Harkemase Boys, voor de derde divisie.



Jan-Piet Bosma: "It fielt in bytsje as ferlies"
Jan-Piet Bosma: "It fielt in bytsje as ferlies"

Harkemase Boys verliet zaterdag Noordwijkerhout met een punt: het werd 1-1 tegen VVSB. De ploeg van Jan-Piet Bosma kwam na rust op voorsprong, had ...



VVSB - Harkemase Boys
VVSB - Harkemase Boys

Na twee zeges in de derde divisie moest Harkemase Boys op 19 september op bezoek bij VVSB uit Noordwijkerhout. Vorig seizoen wonnen de Harkieten twee ...



Samenvatting FC Lisse - VVSB 1-3
Samenvatting FC Lisse - VVSB 1-3

Samenvatting derby FC Lisse - VVSB 1-3 Derde Divisie, seizoen 2020/2021 Met dank aan TV West.



VVSB tegen HSV Hoek
VVSB tegen HSV Hoek

In de derde divisie speelde VVSB thuis tegen HSV Hoek.



VVSB-SteDoCo
VVSB-SteDoCo

Op 29 februari nam VVSB het thuis op tegen SteDoCo.



VVOG - VVSB - 15-02-20
VVOG - VVSB - 15-02-20

Deze samenvatting wordt mogelijk gemaakt door: EFMI Business School - https://efmi.nl Klopt mijn loon - https://www.kloptmijnloon.nl/ Squash Harderwijk ...



Team, Place & City Details

Rijnsburgse Boys

Rijnsburgse Boys is a football club from Rijnsburg in the Netherlands. The club was established on 24 March 1930.

VVSB

VVSB is an amateur association football club from Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands.

VVS Laxman
VVS Laxman

Vangipurapu Venkata Sai Laxman , commonly known as VVS Laxman or just VVS, is a former Indian international cricketer and a current cricket commentator and pundit. A right-hand batsman known for his elegant stroke play, Laxman played mostly test cricket, in the middle order.

VVS Moscow

VVS Moscow / in English: Moscow Military Air Force) was a Soviet sports club representing the Soviet Air Force. Among the sports the club participated in were football, ice hockey, basketball, and volleyball.

Visby-class corvette
Visby-class corvette

The Visby class is the latest class of corvette to be adopted by the Swedish Navy after the Göteborg and Stockholm-class corvettes. The ship's design heavily emphasizes low visibility, radar cross-section and infrared signature.

Visby
Visby

Visby is a locality and the seat of Gotland Municipality in Gotland County, on the island of Gotland, Sweden with 24,330 inhabitants, as of 2017. Visby is also the episcopal see for the Diocese of Visby.

VVS

VVS may refer to:

Visbreaker

A visbreaker is a processing unit in an oil refinery whose purpose is to reduce the quantity of residual oil produced in the distillation of crude oil and to increase the yield of more valuable middle distillates by the refinery. A visbreaker thermally cracks large hydrocarbon molecules in the oil by heating in a furnace to reduce its viscosity and to produce small quantities of light hydrocarbons (LPG and gasoline).

Visbek
Visbek

Visbek is a municipality in the district of Vechta, in the Oldenburg Münsterland region of the state of Lower Saxony, Germany.

Visby Airport
Visby Airport

Visby Airport , is located about 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) north of Visby, Gotland, Sweden. Visby airport is Gotland's only commercial airport and the 12th largest airport in Sweden.

Visby City Wall
Visby City Wall

Visby City Wall is a medieval defensive wall surrounding the Swedish town of Visby on the island of Gotland. As the strongest, most extensive, and best preserved medieval city wall in Scandinavia, the wall forms an important and integral part of Visby World Heritage Site.

Collegiants
Collegiants

In Christian history, the Collegiants , also called Collegians, were an association, founded in 1619 among the Arminians and Anabaptists in Holland. They were so called because of their colleges (meetings) held the first Sunday of each month, at which everyone had the same liberty of expounding the scripture, praying, etc.