|Birthdate:||April 15, 1984 in Terborg|
|Current club:||Fortuna Sittard (Netherlands)|
|Former club(s):||Szombathelyi Haladás (Hun), NAC Breda, NEC, Karsiyaka SK (Tur), Konyaspor (Tur), FC Tianjin Teda (Chi), Levski Sofia (Bul), FC Zwolle, RBC Roosendaal, Go Ahead Eagles, Omniworld, de Graafschap, Feyenoord, DVC|
|Sjoerd Ars signed a 3-year contract abroad at the end of June 2011. He moved to Bulgarian giants Levski Sofia.
In mid-season 2011-12 transfermarket Ars made a loan move to Chinese club FC Tianjin Teda for the rest of the 2012 season. Ars played a successful season in China scoring 13 goals in 29 matches. In the winterbreak Ars went on trial at NAC Breda but failed to get a contract. He returned to his club in Bulgaria looking for new opportunities.
In the second half of the 2012-13 season, Ars was send on loan at Turkish club Konyaspor. He made a big impression at the club but returned to Bulgaria at the end of the season awaiting his final contract year. In July 2013 he moved on a permanent deal to Turkey signing on a 2-year deal at second tier outfit Karsiyaka SK.
In July 2014 he returned home signing a 2-year deal at just relegated NEC Nijmegen. NEC won the title in the second division in the 2014-15 season and Ars won the topscorer title scoring 28 goals. In August 2015 Ars signed a two-year contract at NAC Breda, the club that was just relegated.
One year later, after a good season at NAC Breda scoring 21 goals, Ars signed a two-year contract at Szombathelyi Haladás in Hungary. In winter 2016-17, his contract was terminated and he returned home to sign for the rest of the season at Fortuna Sittard.
|Last update: January 20, 2017|