Lucas Seewald is currently a Master student at Leiden University, having previously graduated from International Studies. He has now successfully been running HVV Football Factory for 2 years, having formerly acquired experience as a board member of LVV Football Factory. Furthermore, playing 3 and a half games a season on average due to injuries, his professional football career on the pitch is in shatters, enabling him to spend more time off the pitch, making him perfectly fit as our Generalleutnant.
Twan van der Togt is a Leiden University College (LUC) third-year student. He majors in World Politics BA with a minor in International Justice. Having previously run the LUC male football team for a year, he is now eager to start his work as HVV FF’s vice-chair. As the only LUC member of the board, he also represents LUC-students within the club. Although his career as a football star has not lived up to expectations, he is a passionate football player whose favorite position is central defensive midfielder. In terms of his hair, playing style, and potential, he closely resembles Paris Saint-Germain’s Adrien Rabiot.
Mark Voskamp is an experienced student currently in his first semester as a student of the MSc in Public Administration at Leiden University. Having lived abroad for much of his life, and specializing in Sub-Saharan Africa, he is an expert on almost anything that takes place between the UTC -1 and +5 timezones. A Minor in Social Entrepreneurship awakened his entrepreneurial spirit, which he will continue to develop as HVV-FF’s treasurer. An avid football fan and player, Mark played nearly every position last semester. Combining Dutch tactics, Turkish passion and Kenyan pace his versatility was unmatched last season.
Phaedon den Broeder is in his third-year of a European Studies course at the Haagse Hogeschool. He is specializing in EU politics as well as the Russian language. He has travelled the Benelux countries for years before ending up in the Netherlands. He has 12 years of competitive football under his belt and would like to put his expertise to use both on and off the pitch, helping to manage the club. As a central defender he is strong, fast and reliable. Going in to his second-year at HVV-FF he would like to contribute more to the club than just clean sheets.
Do you want to join the HVV Football Factory Board?
Then send us an email or contact us personally during the practices. We are always welcoming new additions to our team and there is no shortage of things to do. Football Factory is an ever-expanding organisation that wants to establish itself in the Dutch football world.