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Sportclub Heerenveen ˈveːn]; West Frisian: Sportklub It Hearrenfean) is a Dutch football club that plays in the Eredivisie, the top level of football in the Netherlands.
The UNIS Flyers are a ice hockey club located in Heerenveen, Netherlands. The team competes in the BeNe League and also takes part in the Dutch Cup.
Ajax Wanderers R.U.F.C. are a rugby union club that is based in Ajax, Ontario, Canada. The Senior men's team currently runs two teams with the top XV squad competing in the Ontario Marshall Provincial division.
Ajax Cape Town is a South African professional football club based in Parow in the city of Cape Town that plays in the National First Division. Dutch Eredivisie club AFC Ajax is their parent club and acts as the majority shareholder, The team plays its home matches at Cape Town Stadium.
The Ajax Youth Academy is a football youth academy based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from where the organization manages a total of 13 youth teams . The academy is the primary youth clinic of Dutch footballing giants Ajax Amsterdam.
Heerenveen ˈveːn] (listen), West Frisian: It Hearrenfean [ət ˌjɛrn̩ˈfɪən] (listen)) is a town and municipality in the province of Friesland (Fryslan), in the north of the Netherlands. The town has gained international prominence in speed skating, for it has the fastest lowland speed skating rink in the world.
Heerenveen is the main railway station in Heerenveen, Netherlands. The station opened on 15 January 1868 and is on the Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway.
Heerenveen IJsstadion is a small railway station located in Heerenveen, Netherlands. The station, located about 3.5 kilometer from Heerenveen railway station, is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen but is currently only serviced in the event of sporting events at Thialf, the ice arena in Heerenveen.
NDC Mediagroep is a Dutch publisher of newspapers, magazines, and websites focused on the three northern provinces of the Netherlands: Drenthe, Friesland and Groningen. It is owned by foundation Fryslan Boppe Oranjewoud in Oranjewoud and the foundation Je Maintiendrai in Sint Annaparochie (17%).