Mitchell Te Vrede


  • matches played 142
  • goals 42
  • assists 1
  • Last appearance (days ago) 376

Born on August 7, 1991, Mitchell Te Vrede's age of 27 underlies his team's mean. Mitchell Te Vrede is currently 18th in Eredivisie (Netherlands) with his team NAC Breda. He played 28 matches this season. With a height of 1.91m, he exceeds NAC Breda's mean tallness by 10. In terms of preferred feet, Mitchell Te Vrede is a right footer, like 68% of NAC Breda. Flemish forward Mitchell Te Vrede, who is currently under contract to NAC Breda in Netherlands, joined the club January 26, 2018.

He is enjoying a great Eredivisie 18/19 (Netherlands) season so far, netting ten times (35.7% of his team's sum) and initializing no goals. This leads to roughly 0.36 scores per match in the resent season. One could say he translated to a slightly improved form compared to last year yielding a per-match-quota of 0.25 goals and 0 assists. His squad lost 60% (40% home) in Eredivisie. Therefore they have not won a single match recently but at least managed to end in a draw 1 times.

Weighing 185.19lb, Mitchell Te Vrede measures 19lb more than the average player on NAC Breda. NAC Breda's jersey number 9 is Mitchell Te Vrede. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 140 games, the last appearance being 14 days ago. On the whole, he joined the pitch 52 times and left it 27 times after the start of the match. In the present term, he played less games until end. Mitchell Te Vrede's longest stay in a team counts three years and 31 days in Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands).

He is playing as forward in NAC Breda together with Sydney van Hooijdonk, Gervane Kastaneer, Robert Muhren, Giovanni Korte and Mikhail Rosheuvel. Already 13 times a card was given to him in his tenure. Mitchell Te Vrede's shortest spell with a club was nine months in Boluspor (Turkey). He impressed in Eredivisie 15/16 (Netherlands), reaching his personal record of match appearances as well as goals. He played for SBV Excelsior, Boluspor, AZ Alkmaar, SC Heerenveen and Feyenoord Rotterdam before ending up in NAC Breda.

(Last edited May 9, 2019)