The Team

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All contact via

– Colin Roll (Rock and Roll)
Tournament organizer, Tournaments administrator, Forum, Website contact person
World famous youtube math teacher from Oud-Beijerland. Pretends he is from Sunderland.

Rick Lindeman (Romanista)
Tournament organizer, Financial administrator, Sponsor contact
Organized the first Dutch Swos cup in 2006. Always happy if he survives the group phase.

– Mark (Nakkeost)
Catering, Transport, Hardware
Long time sense player from the north of Holland. Won a bronze medal way back.

– Frits (Swoozh)
Sponsores the website due to his company Streeksoft, Thanx!

– t.b.a.
Catering help, Save Disk adminstrator, Photographer, Live stream organizer ….

Official Dutch Swos Championships 2006


In the spring of 2006, Swos legends from all over Holland arrived in Utrecht to fight in the Dutch Swos Tournament for the Open Dutch Title in Sensible Soccer.

The championships were held on March 11th, Mark was victoriuous in the end. On this page you’ll find all the results, statistics, and matchreports.

In this thread on you’ll find the discussion about the tournament.

The finalists of the first dutch open sensible soccer championships, Robbie and champion Mark

Match Report

All photo’s

On Match 11th the first dutch open sensible soccer was held. I decided to take the initiative, when i noticed there were quite a few dutch guys on the United Sensible Soccer Community, but there weren’t and tournaments. And while playing online might be nice, nothing beats sitting in the same room when you thrash someone.

The Trophy of which Swos players dream, photo by uFx

But to make it a real tournament, we should make it real. All data will be entered on the Sensible site and I bought a trophy and got it engraved. As we wanted to play on as many formats as possible, Robbie brought his PC Laptop to complement my Amiga, Snes and Jaguar. I didn’t have a second Jaguar Joypad, but luckily the local game shop was prepared to borrow us one, thanx Dr Games!

At twelve a clock the first participants arrived. My wife had left the building, as 10 nerds in a house wasn’t her kind of fun. We didn’t know houw many people would show up, but slowly the room filled. People came from as far Maarssen, Grootebroek, Beverwijk, Beekbergen and Eindhoven. One remarkable fact is that the youngest participant was born in 1990, only two years before the first Sensible Soccer release on the Amiga and Atari ST. We had 9 participants in the end.

At one’ o clock we started. We decided to leave the Super Nintendo out of the game, due to time restrictions. It was confrontation betwee different styles, as the Amiga people and PC people played rather differently, and everybody excelled at the platform he was used too.

Sjoerd and Tomaz playing on the Amiga, foto by uFx

On the Amiga it was a fearce battle between Captain Thunder and DJ Luis, they won almost all their games. The battle between them ended in a 3-3 battle. Swoozh and Mark improved their game during the tournament, but where too late to catch up.

Swoozh and Robbie playing on the Jaguar, foto by uFx.

The Jaguar was the most controversial platform. Loved by some, loathed by others. Some had the feeling they had no control at all, while others who were used to joypads had an easy game. While at first Mark seemed to have an easy victory here, Swoosz, the best allrounder in the tournament, got close, but was beaten by 2%. uFx started late, but was only beaten on goal difference in the end.

Captain Thunder and Swoozh playing on the PC

PC Swos took some time to set up, as DOS programs and Windows, and Windows’98 and USB pads aren’t the best of friends. In the end it worked. Robbie was untouchable on the platform, winning all his seven games.

At half past five we ended the first round. There wasn’t enough time to play every game, but enough matches had been played to decide on the winners. Mark had won one platform and ended second on another, and therefore won a place in the final. DJ Luis and Robbie each won a platform, but didn’t perform that well on the others. They had to battle in the semi-final. Swoosz was the best allrounder, with three third places, but as he didn’t win a platform, he didn’t reach a semi final.

The semi took place on Atari’s last console, as no one had an advantage there. The other participants had dicovered the Jupiler by now and cheered Robbie and Dj Luis on. Robbie emerged victorious, and won himself a place in the final.

Mark and Robbie playing the final, photo by uFx.

The final was played on two platforms. Robbie was the favourite on the PC, but couldn’t take the preasure and lost his first game on the platform (1-2). Everybody thought Mark would easily consolidate on the Amiga, but Robbie played the game of his life and almost won the second leg. Mark could hold on to a 1-1 draw in the end, and emerged as Dutch Open Swos champion. Robbie won the special price, a copy of Retro Survival Magazine, because had conceded the fastest red card.

All in all, it was a great tournament, seldom i have seen so much joy of play Hopefully one of the participants will organise a new tournament soon.

The Winners, photo by uFx




Concerning the rooms. There are four rooms for one person, five for two people and nine for four people.
The pre-payments etc mean that only rooms for four are bookable.
One person rooms only in special cases please.
Please state your preference when booking and who you are going to share with.
This is based on the principle “first come (= paid), first served”.

We have no different rates for the different kinds of room.

1 person rooms: 0 left at the moment
– Rock and Roll
– Romanista
– Playaveli
– not yet bookable

2 people: 0 left
– Schulle + AndYpsilon
– Paider + Thomas
– domi + Klinki
– Kindelooney + Pino
– St.Vitus + HeinAir

4 people: 6 rooms with 21 spaces left
– NAKKEOST + swoozh + Boesjesman + …….
– Ali + HakanFB + Ademinho + …. (Friday – Sunday evening)
– Egebjerg Luxus + Team Oelkohold + FC Sandkagen + Morten
– Fincad
– Bomb + ElMichaJ


This year the 13th annual Sensible Soccer World Championships took place in Bornerbroek (Almelo) in the Netherlands.
After all these years it’s amazing that the game is still going strong, and the community ever stronger.

The location wass the same as used for Sensi Days IX. A tournament which is warrants its place in SWOS history for some
magnificent matches like Lobo vs Bomb (penalty shoot out), the amazing DjowGer vs Playaveli PC Final and Ali’s march to the Amiga title.

As always there were two main tournaments (PC SWOS and Amiga SWOS), andtwo side tournaments (Classic Sensi and X-Box). And there was a bit of sociable soccer. You can find the tournament thread on See you next year in Denmark?!

Catering details


In total 8 meals will be served.
Friday: dinner
Saturday: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Sunday: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Monday: breakfast

We ensure there will be all the drink (cola, diet cola, orangeade, lemonade, and some kind of alcoholic beverage) you want.
We will also ensure that you can eat all the (toasted) sandwiches and crisps you want. All included in the fee.
It is also possible to order fast food (pizza’s etc.) for some extra euro’s.
We’ll have a list of options for you during the tournament.
If you have other wishes concerning your diet (e.g. vegetarian) then please inform us beforehand.