Defender Bart Schenkeveld
- Height 185cm
- Weight 83kg
- D.O.B. 28/8/91
- Born Den Hoorn
After joining Melbourne City FC from Dutch side PEC Zwolle in the Eredivisie at the beginning of last season, the 26-year-old defender has quickly established himself as one of the league’s most prolific centre-backs.
The former youth product of Feyenoord and Netherlands U19 representative was crowned Melbourne City FC’s Player of the Year award following his breakout debut season in the Hyundai A-League.
The Dutchman finished the 2017-18 campaign with the most interceptions (57) and as the most accurate passer (90.5% pass accuracy). Schenkeveld led his teammates in both duels and aerial duels won, and was a contributing factor to City securing nine clean sheets across the course of the season – the most in one season in the Club’s history.
Hyundai A-League 2018/19
Schenkeveld: We know the structure is right
After another solid pre-season result against Perth Glory, defensive enforcer Bart Schenkeveld says his side is quietly confident for a strong tilt towards the A-League Championship this season as his side prepares for their Round 1 Melbourne Derby. City’s latest 1-0 win over
Talking points: Bart Schenkeveld
Bart Schenkeveld has not only been one of City’s strongest acquisitions this season, but he has also been a real asset to the competition.... Schenkeveld has been one of Club’s most consistent performers throughout the season, showcasing his pure speed and ability to win one-on-o
Schenkeveld: Every game is as important as the last
Melbourne City defender Bart Schenkeveld says his side is treating every match as important as the last as they look to maintain pace with the leading pack in the A-League. City’s 1-0 win over the Central Coast Mariners opened a five-point gap to their opponents who sit one sp
Schenkeveld: We’re all in this together
City defender Bart Schenkeveld has been one of the league’s revelations so far this season and the defender says it has been his team that has made him look the part. The Dutchman has performed in all three matches so far this season - taking on some of the league’s top strike
Key Battle: Schenkeveld v Williams
Saturday night will see the attacking arsenal of both sides go head to head in what is set to be yet another epic Melbourne Derby. It’s the men in charge of defending their goal however, that are often away from the spotlight and will be important in determining who come away