This Dutch football club has several nicknames. They are called the pearl of the south, the yellow army or the rats. Their club colours are yellow and black, which adorn both the club crest and the team jerseys. They play in combinations of these colors both home and away. The Rats nickname is easily understood due to the name of their stadium, which is called Rat Verlegh Stadium and has a capacity of 19,000 seats. The club was founded in 1912 in the city of Breda by the merger of AVENDO and NOAD, which gave rise to the current abbreviation NAC (NOAD ADVENDO Combinatie).
The club currently plays in the second highest level of Dutch football, known as the Eerste Divisie. Indeed, after the 2018/19 season, it was relegated from the top Eredivisie, after finishing 18th in the first league table. The club has also managed to win the highest league competition in the Netherlands once, in the relatively distant history in the 1920/21 season. They also won the Dutch Football Cup in the 1972/73 season.
|14.05.2022||ADO Den Haag||NAC Breda||0 : 0||2 : 1|
|10.05.2022||NAC Breda||ADO Den Haag||0 : 1||1 : 2|
|06.05.2018||FC Twente||NAC Breda||1 : 1||1 : 1|
|29.04.2018||NAC Breda||SC Heerenveen||2 : 0||3 : 0|
|15.04.2018||NAC Breda||Willem II Tilburg||1 : 2||1 : 2|
|07.04.2018||NAC Breda||SBV Vitesse||1 : 0||1 : 0|
|31.03.2018||PSV Eindhoven||NAC Breda||1 : 0||5 : 1|
|18.03.2018||NAC Breda||Roda JC Kerkrade||0 : 1||0 : 1|
|10.03.2018||ADO Den Haag||NAC Breda||0 : 2||0 : 2|
|03.03.2018||NAC Breda||Feyenoord Rotterdam||1 : 1||2 : 1|