Nicknames of this club are Pride of the North, Green-White Army or Farmers. The Pride of the Dutch North thus plays in green and white colours, which are both on the home jersey and the club emblem. Their shrine is the Euroborg Stadium, which holds a total of 22 579 spectators and has been open since 2006. It replaced the old Oosterpark Stadion, where the team had played since 1933. The Dutch football club was founded in 1915 in the town of the same name, Groningen.
The club currently plays in the Eredivisie, the top domestic competition. It has been playing this competition continuously since 2001, but apart from a two-year break at the turn of the millennium, the previous run was also very long. The team has regularly been in the top half of the table, with the best of the last few years coming in 2006, when it finished in 3rd position. However, it never achieved the championship title. In the 2014/15 season, they won the Dutch Football Cup, which got them into the UEFA Europa League, where they were knocked out in the 2nd round by Scottish club Aberdeen FC.
|21.05.2023||SBV Vitesse||FC Groningen||2 : 0||6 : 0|
|16.05.2023||FC Groningen||AFC Ajax Amsterdam||1 : 1||2 : 3|
|07.05.2023||Go Ahead Eagles||FC Groningen||1 : 1||1 : 1|
|25.04.2023||FC Groningen||NEC Nijmegen||0 : 0||0 : 1|
|15.04.2023||RKC Waalwijk||FC Groningen||0 : 0||2 : 1|
|07.04.2023||FC Groningen||FC Utrecht||1 : 1||1 : 2|
|02.04.2023||Fortuna Sittard||FC Groningen||2 : 0||3 : 1|
|19.03.2023||FC Groningen||SC Heerenveen||0 : 2||0 : 2|
|11.03.2023||AZ Alkmaar||FC Groningen||1 : 0||1 : 0|
|04.03.2023||Feyenoord Rotterdam||FC Groningen||0 : 0||1 : 0|