Teun de Nooijer
Woensdag, 28 august 2013

As one of the world’s best hockey players, Teun de Nooijer was the perfect person for Princess to develop a new hockey stick, together with Princess. The Princess T14 hockey stick has become a very successful product in the Netherlands, Belgium. Germanyand Spain. In addition a T14 hockey shoe and a Princess clothing line were developed as well.


When Teun de Nooijer approached Princess with the question whether they were interested in participating in the Teun de Nooijer Academy (TDNA) he immediately received a positive response. Identifying and encouraging qualities of talent in people, is something that appeals to Princess and we are very proud to be a partner of the TDNA.


Born: March 22nd 1976


Teun has achieved a HEAO-diploma commercial economy at the Randstad Top sport Academy during his sports career. In 2008 Teun established the  Teun De Nooijer Academy ( TDNA). In addition to developing the hockey skills of talented youngsters (Clinic/Masterclass) TNDA also organized special multi-day programs (Golden Experience) for individuals, teams and corporate organizations. The business program envisions sustainable impact and concrete results. Read more about the TDNA on his website.


Own website:


Entertainment: Teun is happiest when he’s with his wife and three daughters


Teun has won many international honorary titles for his amazing performances, such as;

  • World hockey player of the year: 2003, 2005, 2006
  • Best player premier class: 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009
  • Top scorer premier class: 2001
  • Most valuable player (MVP) Euro Hockey League 2009
  • Dutch Champion: 1993, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
  • German champion: 1998
  • Europacup 2 / Europacup 1/ Euro Hockey League: 2005/2001/2009,
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Kim Lammers
Thursday, 29 august 2013

Kim Lammers is an attacker in the Dutch national team. She has scored over 100 goals in international games, and is one of the best strikers in the world. She is born on 21 April 1981 in Amsterdam. Kim Lammers is half of a twin, her brother Rogier. She studies pedagogy and socialized in the direction of coaching and guiding people.


Current club: LMHC Laren and player in the Dutch hockey team

Club loyalty is very important to Kim Lammers. In the premier Dutch hockey class, she only played for Laren up until now. In the summer of 1999 she transferred from HC Huizen



Together with former international Sylvia Karres, Kim owns a business SportBoost. She gives presentations on the mental guidance of talented sportsmen and women on their way to the top. Kim Lammers keeps her audience interested with real stories relating to top sports and coaching.

SportBoost focuses on the personal guidance of young talents, ambitious sportsmen, coaches and teams by means of a custom process: a personal guidance process. In addition, SportBoost gives presentations and workshops about the mental processes of top sports – entirely tuned to the need of the target audience. As professionals within the (top)sport industry, Sylvia Karres and Kim Lammers are able to give guidance an accessible character like no other, by sharing their own sports experiences.


Own website:


Entertainment Kim is often on TV such as in NOS Studio Sport and RTVH. Professional magazines: Helden, NuSport,


Hobbies: Hockey and (wave)surfing.



Kim Lammers made her national team debut May 14th 2002 with a won exhibition game inBreda againstGermany (5-1). In this game, Lammers scored two goals. Top scorer of the Dutch premier class in the season 2006/2007. Kim is the striker of the team and is – of course – known as the penalty corner cannon. Today (May 2011) Kim has played 145 national games with the unbelievable goal count of 84.

  • WC hockey2002 inPerth(Aus)
  • EC hockey2003 inBarcelona(Spa)
  • Champions Trophy2004 inRosario (Arg)
  • GoldEuropeCup II with Laren in 2004
  • EC hockey 2005 teDublin(Irl)
  • Champions Trophy2005 inCanberra(Aus)
  • WC hockey2006 inMadrid(Spa)
  • Champions Trophy2007 inQuilmes(Arg)
  • EC hockey2007 inManchester (GB)
  • Champions Trophy2009 inSydney(Aus)
  • EC hockey2009 inAmstelveen(Neth)
  • Silver Champions Trophy 2010Nottingham(GB)
  • Silver WC hockey 2010 te Rosario (Arg)
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Wouter Jolie
Thursday, 10 oktober 2013

Wouter Jolie is born on July 7th, 1985 in Naarden. He is a succesfull defender and captain of HC Bloemendaal. On the 20th November of 2006 he played his debut in the Dutch National Team.



National champion in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Winner European Cup in 2006 Winner EHL in 2009 Gold at the European Championships in 2007 Bronze at the European Championships in 2009 Bronze at the World Championships in 2010 Silver at the 2012 Olympics Silver at the Champions Trophy in 2012


He was also voted as best player of the European Championship (Junior) in 2006 and during World cup 2010 he was named best defender of the match.

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Glenn Schuurman
Thursday, 10 oktober 2013

Glenn Schuurman is a 22 year old player, who lives in Amsterdam and who is playing for HC Bloemendaal Dutch team. Currently, he is vice -captain of the ' Mussen ' .

Hockey career

Glenn began his hockey career 16 years ago in Boxtel, MEP. At the time he was coached by current assistant coach of the Dutch team : Eric Verboom. Glenn played in the Dutch B and A selection before he was acquired by HC Bloemendaal .

On November 17, 2012 Schuurman made ​​his debut for the Dutch team in the Champions Trophy . Now he is preparing with the national team at the World Championship in The Hague ( 2014).



Glenn would like to achieve participation in the 2014 World Cup and the Olympics in Rio. He goes for nothing less than gold.

Currently, Glenn is in his last year of Johan Cruyff University in Amsterdam. He would like to pursue a Master's business after his HBO training . 

In his spare time he likes to spend with friends. Kick a ball, look series and telling stories are his hobbies too.

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Constantijn Jonker
Tuesday, 24 juni 2014

Constantijn Jonker is our new Princess ambassador!

Jonker started with hockey at HC Kampong. In 2004, he made his debute for Kampong H1. In 2006, he played his first match for the Dutch national team during an exhibition game against England.

In the season 2013-2014 he scored his 100st goal in the Hoofdklasse. In 2014 Jonker was Kampong sportsman of the year.


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Floris Evers
Thursday, 29 august 2013


The midfielder played his debut match in the Netherlands team in 2002 and won the Champions Trophy and European gold several times. After winning a Olympic Silver medal at London 2012, Evers decided to leave the Dutch team but he still plays at Amsterdam.


He is born on the 26th 1983 in Tilburg


Current club: AH&BC Amsterdam


Activities: In addition to all of his hockey activities for Premier Class Team AH&BCAmsterdam Floris became junior consultant at the organizational consultancy Boer & Croon inAmsterdam after graduating for his study History at the VU Amsterdam in2011. In addition, Floris has a company that organizes hockey camps.


Own website:


Entertainment: Floris has had screen time in Studio Sportzomer, Let’s Dance, Supernick and Holland Sport


Hobbies: Watching soccer, traveling, cooking.


International ranking






Champions Trophy


First place


Champions Trophy

Amstelveen, theNetherlands

First place




Second place


Champions Trophy


Second place


European Championship


Second place


Champions Trophy


Second place


Champions Trophy


First place


World championship


Seventh place


European Championship


First place


Champions Trophy


Third place


Champions Trophy


Fourth place


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Rogier Hofman
Thursday, 29 august 2013

Rogier Hofman plays at Hockeyclub Bloemendaal and since 2006 he has played in the Dutch national team. Hofman came third in the World Cup in 2010 and second in the Eruopean Cup in 2011. He also won several Champions Trophy medals.

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Tim Jenniskens
Thursday, 29 august 2013

Tim Jenniskens is a defender at Hockeyclub Bloemendaal and since 2012 he has played in the Dutch national team.


Born: September 23, 1986, Tilburg



Olympic Games

  • Silver - 2012 - London

Champions Trophy

  • Silver - 2012 - Melbourne


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Roderick Weusthof
Thursday, 29 august 2013


Roderick Weusthof is an attacker from Kampong and he played more than 115 official games for the Dutch hockeyteam.


Born: 18 May 1982






Olympic Games:

  • Silver - 2012 - London


European Championship

  • Silver - 2011 - Gladbach
  • Gold - 2007 Manchester
  • Silver - 2005 - Leipzig


Champions Trophy

  • Bronze - 2011 - Auckland
  • Gold - 2006 - Terrassa
  • Silver - 2005 - Chennai
  • Silver - 2004 - Lahore


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Jerome Truyens
Thursday, 29 august 2013

Jérôme Truyens is the captain of Racing Club de Bruxelles and since 2004 he has payed in the Belgian national team.

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Austin Smith
Thursday, 29 august 2013


Austin Smith (captain of the SA men’s hockey team) is one of the best hockey players South Africa has ever produced. He was named captain of the South African Men’s Hockey Team post his stand-out performance at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He is a two time winner of the South African Player of the Year Award and was named alongside other world class players in the FIH World All Stars Team. Austin is an attacking midfielder and at 26 years of age has 74 international caps scoring 16 goals for South Africa. He proudly wears the #5 on his playing shirt for country, club and province.


After the success of Teun de Nooijers T14 line and expansion of the Princess brand into South Africa, it was only natural to partner with South Africa’s best hockey player, Austin to create his own Princess A5 line. A5 meaning “A” for Austin and the number “5” on his playing shirt. Together Princess and Austin have worked to create his signature stick the “Princess A5” which has subsequently been launched and is available for sale in South Africa.


Born: May 20, 1985

Current club: HC Den Bosch in Hoofdklasse

Work: Besides just hockey Austin has recently qualified with a Bachelor of Education from the University of South Africa which he completed in The Netherlands. He plans to continue his studies while playing hockey in The Netherlands.


Hobbies: Hockey, golf, cricket and gardening


- FIH World All Stars Team (2009)

- South African Player of the Year (2008 & 2010)


- English Champion with Reading HC (2007, 2008)

- EHL Quarter Finals with Reading HC (2008, 2009)

- South African Champion with Pinelands HC (2006)


International Career (South Africa):


2005 Champions Challenge Alexandria, Egypt 5th

2007 African Cup Nairobi, Kenya 1st 2008 Olympics Beijing, China 12th

2009 African Cup Accra, Ghana 1st

2009 Champions Challenge Salta, Argentina 5th

2010 World Cup Delhi, India 10th

2010 Commonwealth Games Delhi, India 5th

2011 African Cup Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 1st



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Alexandre de Saedeleer
Vrijdag, 30 august 2013

Alexandre plays as centre-back at the Waterloo Ducks and since 2007 he has played in the Belgian national team.

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