Maarten Stekelenburg

Maarten Stekelenburg is a Dutch international goalkeeper who was born on September 22, 1992. He progressed through the famous Ajax youth academy to the first team squad by 2001. During his time at the Amsterdam ArenA he won two Eredivisie titles and three KNVB Cups and was twice voted Dutch Player of the Year. In August 2011, he joined Roma for €6million but after falling down the pecking order was transferred to Fulham before loan spells at Monaco and Southampton.

Ronald Koeman made the experienced goalkeeper his first signing as Everton manager in July 2016. During an international career that has spanned more than a decade, Stekelenburg has won more than 50 caps and was named in the Netherlands squads for 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups and the 2008 and 2012 UEFA European Championships. The biggest moment of Stekelenburg’s career came when he played for the Netherlands in the 2010 World Cup final loss to Spain.

 Position:
Goalkeeper
  Country:
Netherlands
  Age:
37
  Birth Place:
Haarlem
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Maarten Stekelenburg

 Position:
Goalkeeper
  Country:
Netherlands
  Age:
37
  Birth Place:
Haarlem
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Maarten Stekelenburg is a Dutch international goalkeeper who was born on September 22, 1992. He progressed through the famous Ajax youth academy to the first team squad by 2001. During his time at the Amsterdam ArenA he won two Eredivisie titles and three KNVB Cups and was twice voted Dutch Player of the Year. In August 2011, he joined Roma for €6million but after falling down the pecking order was transferred to Fulham before loan spells at Monaco and Southampton.

Ronald Koeman made the experienced goalkeeper his first signing as Everton manager in July 2016. During an international career that has spanned more than a decade, Stekelenburg has won more than 50 caps and was named in the Netherlands squads for 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups and the 2008 and 2012 UEFA European Championships. The biggest moment of Stekelenburg’s career came when he played for the Netherlands in the 2010 World Cup final loss to Spain.