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Below is a table with Vitesse's domestic results since the introduction of the Eredivisie in 1956.

The idea of conceiving a football team stemmed from the club's early roots as a cricket club.

In 2010 the club was bought by Georgian businessman Merab Jordania, who is a good friend with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.[5] Shortly thereafter, the two clubs agreed to a partnership and in the years following, many young Chelsea players have moved to Vitesse on loan,[6] including Nemanja Matić,[7] Gaël Kakuta,[8] Patrick van Aanholt and Bertrand Traoré twice.[9][10]

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Stichting Betaald Voetbal Vitesse, commonly known as SBV Vitesse, Vitesse, or Vitesse Arnhem, is a Dutch football club based in Arnhem, which was founded on 14 May 1892. Vitesse has enjoyed some success in the Eredivisie and featured in the UEFA Cup competition. The owner is a Russian businessman, which makes Vitesse the first Dutch football club owned by a foreigner.[1] Vitesse's home ground since 1998 is the Gelredome.

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On 18 May 2016 a cooperation was announced between Vasas Kubala Akadémia and SBV Vitesse. According to the cooperation, the two club will organize common showcases, take part in a common conference and educational programmes. Gerry Hamstra said that it is very important for the Dutch club to initiate new cooperation in the Central European region, like Hungary.[14]

04 — Theo Bos, defender (1983–98) — posthumous honour. 12 — reserved for the club supporters

The stadium was finished in time to host three group stage matches during the Euro 2000 tournament held in the Netherlands and Belgium.[11] Its current capacity for football is 25,000, the maximum capacity for shows is around 34,000, and the average league attendance in recent years was just below 20,000.[12] Their previous home was the Nieuw Monnikenhuize.

Its home is the unique GelreDome stadium opened in 1998, featuring a retractable roof and a convertible pitch that can be retracted when unused during concerts or other events held at the stadium.

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2016

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The club's training ground and youth development system are based at the National Sports Centre Papendal. As of 2012 the club's pitches have been renewed, where under-soil heating was introduced; one pitch has artificial turf. The new accommodation was completed and opened in the first half of 2013.

Vitesse once attracted big name signings into its ranks including Roy Makaay, Nikos Machlas, Sander Westerveld, Danko Lazovic, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Mahamadou Diarra, Philip Cocu, Wilfried Bony and Nemanja Matić. In 1990, the club reached its most recent KNVB Cup final when it was defeated by PSV Eindhoven on a penalty-kick in the 75' minute from Stan Valckx at De Kuip on 25 April 1990.[2][3]

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