Sjoerd Ars

Sjoerd Ars Adrianus Theodorus, called Sjoerd Ars, ( born April 14, 1984 in Terborg ) is a Dutch footballer who plays for Karşıyaka SK.


Ars began with the club football in the youth department of DVC'26. From here he moved to the youth department of the traditional club Feyenoord Rotterdam. After him, the rise failed to enter into the professional squad, he decided to rely on the club. So he moved to the summer of 2002 to the then Dutch first division VBV De Graafschap. With this club he already got off after one season, but also managed to direct resurgence. After the club was relegated from the Eredivisie again for the summer of 2005, Ars left the club.

The following six seasons, he played for various Dutch first and second division. For summer 2011, he joined the Bulgarian League for Levski Sofia. After he was half a season working here, he was loaned for the second half of the season 2011/ 12 at the Chinese club Tianjin Teda.

For the summer of 2012 he returned to Levski Sofia and played here the first round. For the spring of 2013 he first Lig at Torku Konyaspor was loaned to the end of the season in the Turkish TFF. In this club he knew from the start and had to convince with his eight goals in 17 games relevant role in ensuring that his club descends as playoff winners in the Süper Lig. Following this success, Ars could not agree with Konyaspor for further cooperation.

Ars Then changed for the new season to the Turkish second division Karşıyaka SK.


  • With Konyaspor Playoff winner of TFF 1 Lig: 2012/13
  • Promotion to the Süper Lig: 2012/13