In between those two tours, S.V.B. selections also paid visits to Cayenne (1935/36) and Belém (1936).
Match Overview Date Venue Hosts Score 22- 7-34 Willemstad Curaçao 3-1 Surinam [HT: 1-1] 25- 7-34 Willemstad Curaçao 3-2 Surinam [HT: 1-1] 26- 7-34 Willemstad Transvaal (Willemstad) 2-5 Surinam 29- 7-34 Willemstad Curaçao 2-2 Surinam [HT: 1-1] 31- 7-34 Oranjestad Aruba 1-1 Surinam 6- 8-34 Port of Spain Trinidad 3-3 Surinam [HT: 2-1] 8- 8-34 Port of Spain Casuals 1-1 Surinam [HT: 0-1] 9- 8-34 San Fernando San Fernando XI 5-1 Surinam [HT: 4-0 or 4-1] 10- 8-34 Port of Spain Port of Spain XI 0-0 Surinam NB: an additional match announced for 3 August against Venezuela, presumably in Caracas, was cancelled for logistical reasons.
Match Overview Date Venue Hosts Score 5- 7-38 Willemstad Curaçao 2-1 Surinam [HT: 0-0] 7- 7-38 Willemstad Curaçao 1-0 Surinam [HT: 0-0] 8- 7-38 Oranjestad Aruba 5-0 Surinam [HT: 1-0] 10- 7-38 Willemstad Curaçao 4-1 Surinam [HT: 2-1] 16- 7-38 Port of Spain Trinidad 1-2 Surinam [HT: 1-2] - 7-38 San Fernando 4-1 Surinam 20- 7-38 Georgetown G.F.C. 1-3 Surinam - 7-38 Berbice Berbice 6-1 Surinam
Curaçao 3-1 Surinam Jul 22, 1934; Willemstad, Mundo Nobo; ref: E. Frink Curaçao: Confessor; Hollander, Maduro; Ruiz, De Wolff, Cecilia; Evertz, H. Leers, Suárez, Schouten, Rondĳk; Surinam: Nassy; Monkou, Rĳzenburg; Bruinings, Wĳdenbosch, Goedhart; Brakke, Nahar, Landkoer, Naloop, Goeders Goals: 35' Nahar (pen) 0-1, 42' Schouten 1-1, Suárez 2-1, Schouten 3-1 Half-Time: 1-1 NB: another match report (appearing immediately after the match and possibly based on a radio broadcast) states Landkoer scored for Surinam; the match report giving Nahar as scorer appeared after some days and was compiled by an unnamed squad member. Curaçao 3-2 Surinam Jul 25, 1934; Willemstad, Mundo Nobo; ref: E. Frink Curaçao: n/a (including Evertz, Suárez, Rondĳk); Surinam: Naloop sr.; Monkou, Rĳzenburg; Bruinings, Goedhart, Gomperts; Brakke, Nahar, Landkoer, Goeders, Renée Goals: 10' Suarez 1-0, 50' Nahar 1-1, 80' Evertsen 2-1, N.N. 3-1, N.N. 3-2 Half-Time: 1-0 Transvaal (Willemstad) 2-5 Surinam Jul 26, 1934; Willemstad Transvaal: Eiloof; Naaldwĳk (Klink), Bosnie; Sylbing, Engelbrecht, Man Asam; Valies, Zeedĳk, De Koop, Willems, Favery; Surinam: Frickers; Oostenbroek, Rĳzenburg; Wĳdenbosch, Goedhart, Gomperts; Brakka, Nahar, Landkoer, Naloop, Goeders NB: Transvaal were a club side based on Surinamese players in Curaçao; at the time of the match, they were reigning champions of the territory, having won their first (and only ever) league championship in December 1933. Curaçao 2-2 Surinam Jul 29, 1934; Willemstad, Mundo Nobo; ref: Betram Curaçao: Nieuwenhof; Hollander, Maduro; Weber, Cecilia, Ruiz; Evertz, Schouten, Suárez, H. Leers, Rondĳk; Surinam: Naloop sr.; Monkou, Rĳzenburg; Wĳdenbosch, Goedhart, Gomperts; Brakke, Nahar, Landkoer, Naloop, Goeders Goals: Suarez 1-0, Nahar 1-1, Schouten 2-1, Nahar 2-2 Half-Time: 1-1 Trinidad 3-3 Surinam Aug 6, 1934; Port of Spain NB: no line-ups available; Surinam started with Nassy as keeper, who was replaced by Naloop at half-time. Goals: Landkoer 0-1, Almandoz 1-1, N.N. 2-1, Goeders 2-2, N.N. (pen) 2-3, N.N. (pen) 3-3 Half-Time: 2-1 Casuals 1-1 Surinam Aug 8, 1934; Port of Spain NB: no match details available; Casuals included some Shamrock players so were actually a Casuals/Shamrock XI. Half-Time: 0-1
Curaçao 2-1 Surinam Jul 5, 1938; Willemstad Curaçao: Pinedo; Hollander, Leonora; Royer, Bloemendaal, W. Leers; Bernabela, Boelhouwer, Maduro, De Castro, Ramirez; Surinam: Naloop sr.; Pique, Zwakke; Balrak, Wĳdenbosch, Brasdorp; Holband, Doesburg, Bromet, Landkoer, Refos Goals: Holband (pen) 0-1, Ramirez 1-1, De Castro 2-1 Half-Time: 0-0 NB: match played for a cup offered by Mr. Dennert Curaçao 1-0 Surinam Jul 7, 1938; Willemstad Curaçao: Pinedo; Hollander, Leonora; W. Leers, Bloemendaal, Royer; Ramirez, De Castro, Maduro, Boelhouwer, Bernabela; Surinam: Naloop sr.; Brasdorp, Zwakke; Balrak, Wĳdenbosch, Wĳdenbosch; Holband, Doesburg, Landkoer, Refos, Sedney Goal: Ramirez 1-0 Half-Time: 0-0 NB: match played for the Gouverneur van Slobbe Beker Aruba 5-0 Surinamm Jul 8, 1938; Oranjestad Aruba: Franken; Van Dinter, Albus; Hendrik, Pieters, Torbio; Chirino, Lacle, Fingal, Loefstop, Becker Surinam: Naloop sr.; Zwakke, Pique; Wĳdenbosch, Wĳdenbosch, Balrak; Refos, Brasdorp, Bromet, Landkoer, Holband Goals: 23' Laclé 1-0, Fingal 2-0, Fingal 3-0, Fingal 4-0, Laclé 5-0 Half-Time: 1-0 NB: Fingal scored his hat-trick in the 1st, 2nd and 7th minute of the second half; it is unfortunately not certain how many minutes each half lasted; match played for the WICO Wisselbeker, first won by Aruba in 1935 (thanks to a 0-0 draw in Paramaribo on Oct 2, 1935); thanks to this second win, Aruba were entitled to keep the trophy; the S.V.B. team flew in from Willemstad in the morning and played the match in the late afternoon. Curaçao 4-1 Surinam Jul 10, 1938; Willemstad NB: no match details available; goal Surinam scored by Bromet Half-Time: 2-1 Trinidad 1-2 Surinam Jul 16, 1938; Port of Spain Trinidad: Dave Ulrich; Galt, Rignault; Agostini, Day, Knowless; Alkins, Stollmeyer, Galt, Bart, Burnett Surinam: Naloop sr.; Pique, Zwakke; Balrak, Wĳdenbosch, Brasdorp; Holband, Landkoer, Bromet, Refos, Doesburg Goals: 16' Galt 1-0, Holband 1-1, Refos 1-2 Half-Time: 1-2
Sources: [Sam 53]; newspapers Suriname (Paramaribo), Amigoe di Curaçao (Willemstad)
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