Results

Netherlands Eerste Divisie 05/06 18:00 38 [20] Helmond Sport v FC Den Bosch [10] D 1-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/29 18:00 37 [15] AZ Reserves v Helmond Sport [20] W 0-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/22 18:00 36 [20] Helmond Sport v De Graafschap [9] L 0-4
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/15 18:00 35 [5] Roda JC v Helmond Sport [20] L 5-3
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/08 18:00 34 [7] ADO Den Haag v Helmond Sport [20] L 2-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/01 18:00 33 [20] Helmond Sport v Maastricht [18] L 1-2
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/26 17:45 32 [3] Excelsior v Helmond Sport [20] L 3-0
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/18 19:00 31 [20] Helmond Sport v NAC [8] W 4-0
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/14 19:00 27 [20] Helmond Sport v VVV [10] L 0-3
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/11 19:00 30 [18] Almere City FC v Helmond Sport [20] L 3-0
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/04 19:00 29 [20] Helmond Sport v FC Eindhoven [4] L 1-2
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/01 19:00 22 [2] FC Emmen v Helmond Sport [20] W 1-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 43 20 23
Wins 10 5 5
Draws 8 4 4
Losses 25 11 14
Goals for 48 23 25
Goals against 83 37 46
Clean sheets 8 4 4
Failed to score 14 5 9

Wikipedia - Helmond Sport

Helmond Sport is a professional association football club based in the city of Helmond, North Brabant, Netherlands, that competes in the Eerste Divisie, the second tier of the Dutch football league system. The club was founded on 27 June 1967, as a breakaway from the local professional club Helmondia '55, which had gone bankrupt.

History

The club was founded in 1967, after the professional license was taken over from RKSV Helmondia '55 in order to keep professional football in Helmond. Helmond Sport started in the Tweede Divisie. After only a year, the club was promoted to the First Division after winning the promotion matches against Fortuna Vlaardingen and SC Veendam. In 1982, the team were promoted to the Eredivisie. There, they would play for two seasons, before being relegated back to the Eerste Divisie. The first season back in the Eerste Divisie saw Helmond Sport reach the cup final, which was lost to FC Utrecht in injury time. Helmond Sport was close to promotion to the Eredivisie in the play-offs of the 2004–05 Eerste Divisie season. They came up 1–0 against Sparta due to a 59th minute Nyron Wau goal, but in the last 20 minutes Riga Mustapha (73') and Rachid Bouaouzan (90+1') scored 1–1 and 1–2 and Sparta was promoted instead. In the 2010–11 season Helmond finished 3rd in the Eerste Divisie but were beaten in the play-off final for promotion to the Eredivisie.