Mijdrecht is a small Dutch town, roughly 20 km from downtown Amsterdam and 30 km from Utrecht, with around 16 thousand habitants, that has mostly been developed from a small village starting in the 1950s. And by now you're already thinking I've gone bonkers, considering the title of the thread. Well, fear not.
There's something about the way Dutch people name their sport teams. From odd acronyms (ADO Den Haag= Alles Door Oefening, All Through Practice; NAC Breda, coming from the merger of two teams = NOAD ADVENDO Combinatie Breda, which in place mean Nooit opgeven altijd doorgaan, Aangenaam door vermaak en nuttig door ontspanning, Combinatie Breda, Never give up, always persevere Pleasant for its entertainment and useful for its relaxation), to foreign terms often related to speed or greatness (Go Ahead Eagles, Vitesse, Excelsior), and to teams named after greek mythology figures or places (Ajax, Heracles Almelo, Sparta Rotterdam, Achilles '29).
These themes are exclusive of the top teams though. If you dive down to the amateur leagues (which will have for the first time this year mandatory promotion/relegation to the professional leagues), you will find the same pattern. From Kozzaken Boys to De Treffers (The Hits), ODIN '59 (Ons Doel Is Nuttig, Our purpose is useful) to OJC Rosmalen (Ontspanning Door Inspanning Juliana Combinatie= Relaxation By Effort Juliana Merger), Quick '20 to Excelsior Maassluis, Leonidas Rotterdam to Sparta Nijkerk.
By now, I think you have put two and two together and realized I'll be playing with a football team from Mijdrecht that happens to have a greek mythology name.
Sportvereniging Argon was formed in 1971 through the merger of 3 local clubs, and currently plays in the Hoofdklasse Zaterdag A, the Southern Group of the teams that traditionally play on Saturdays of the 5th tier of Dutch football. They have won 2 National Amateur Cups, 2 Hoofdklasse titles (when it was the 4th tier) and 1 National Amateur title. I have chosen them purely on the name and logo.
Next, the facilities and the team.