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Peter Houtman

Peter Houtman
Houtman in 2007
Personal information
Date of birth

(1957-06-04) June 4, 1957

Place of birth Rotterdam, Netherlands
Playing position Striker
Youth career
VV Meeuwenplaat
Feyenoord Rotterdam
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1976–1977 Feyenoord Rotterdam 0 (0)
1977–1978 FC Groningen 32 (23)
1978–1979 Feyenoord Rotterdam 15 (5)
1979 Club Brugge 15 (3)
1979–1982 FC Groningen 91 (55)
1982–1985 Feyenoord Rotterdam 96 (72)
1985–1987 FC Groningen 51 (30)
1987–1988 Sporting Portugal 19 (3)
1988–1989 Feyenoord Rotterdam 22 (7)
1989–1991 Sparta Rotterdam 76 (18)
1991–1993 FC Den Haag 15 (2)
1993 Excelsior Rotterdam 15 (6)
Total 447 (224)
National team
1983–1985 Netherlands 8 (7)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Peter Houtman (born June 4, 1957 in Rotterdam, South Holland) is a retired football striker from the Netherlands, who obtained eight caps for the Dutch national team in the 1980s, scoring seven goals.

Houtman played for Feyenoord Rotterdam and FC Groningen. He also had spells with Club Brugge, Sporting Portugal, Sparta Rotterdam, ADO Den Haag and Excelsior Rotterdam. For Feyenoord he scored 90 goals in 153 official matches.

External links

  • (Dutch) Feyenoord profile
  • Peter Houtman at National-Football-Teams.com


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