martes, 7 de enero de 2014


Dennis Nicolaas Bergkamp[1]

Date of birth     10 May 1969 (age 44)
Place of birth     Amsterdam, Netherlands
Height     1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[2]
Playing position     Second striker

Youth career
1981–1986     Ajax

Senior career*

1986–1993     Ajax     185     (103)

1993–1995     Internazionale     52     (11)

1995–2006     Arsenal     315     (87)

 Arsenal v Southampton 23/9/95 Premier Lge Pic : David Jacobs / Action Images
Arsenal's Dennis Bergkamp celebrates his second goal followed up by team mate Ray Parlour

 Arsenal v Leicester City , FA Premier League  20/2/99

 Claudio Reyna of Manchester City clashes with Dennis Bergkamp of Arsenal during the FA Barclaycard Premiership match between Arsenal and Manchester City at Highbury on February 1, 2004 in London.

Arsenal players celebrate with goal scorer Robert Pires (2-R), after his opening goal against visitors Leeds United, during their Premier League soccer match at Arsenal's Highbury stadium, in north London, Friday 16 April 2004. 

 rsenal's Dennis Bergkamp celebrates scoring Arsenal's second goal against Blackburn Rovers
Date: 20/10/2001

 16 Sep 2000:  Dennis Bergkamp of Arsenal clashes with  Carlton Palmer and Youssef Chippo (left) of Coventry City during the FA Carling Premiership game between Arsenal and Coventry City at HIghbury in London.

 FA Barclaycard Premiership - Middlesbrough v Arsenal - 18/8/01
Arsenal's Dennis Bergkamp celebrates his 1st goal of the game with Ashley Cole


 Arsenal's Jose Antonio Reyes (r) celebrates scoring the 3rd goal with Dennis Bergkamp as Fulham goalkeeper Edwin Van Der Sar looks on dejected

Total         552     (201)

National team
1989     Netherlands U21     2     (0)
1990–2000     Netherlands     79     (37)

 SWITZERLAND: The Dutch national soccer team along with staff members posing at their trainings camp in Nyon on Monday, 29 May 2000. Front row (L toR): Michael Reiziger, Boudewijn Zenden, Clarence Seedorf, Frank de Boer, coach Frank Rijkaard, assistant coach Johan Neeskens, Edgar Davids, Marc Overmars, Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Peter van Vossen. Middle row (L to R): Roy Mackaay, Jaap Stam, Ronald de Boer, Dennis Bergkamp, scout Tonny Bruins-Slot, Aaron Winter, assistant coach Ruud Krol, Philip Cocu, Paul Bosvelt and Arthur Numann. Back row (L toR): Yerrel Haiselbaink, Andre Ooijer, Pierre Van Hooijdonk,keeper coach Pim Doesburg, Ed De Goey, Edwin Van der Sar, Westerveld, assistant coach Raymond Verheyen, Patrick Kluivert, Bert Konterman and Winston Bogarde.

 Holland v Czech Republic  - European Championships 2000 -  Group D - Amsterdam ArenA - Holland - 11/6/00

Teams managed

2011–     Ajax (assistant)

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