And fans are calling it the “contract of the century” after the veteran demanded the inclusion of an incredible clause.
Van Polen, 37, has been at Zwolle for the entirety of his senior football career since 2007.
His current season is his 16th with the second-division outfit, making him their longest-serving player.
And Van Polen has firmly established himself as a Zwolle legend with three trophies in 391 games.
But the defender’s greatest achievement looks to have come with his latest contract
That’s because Van Polen has promised to buy every single season ticket holder a beer at Friday’s game against Telstar.
He said: “As many know, I try to have something fun written into my contract. This year I want to thank the fans.
“With a special coin, which every season ticket holder, sponsor and volunteer receives, I want to give a round to the entire stadium on Friday.”
The brilliant demand has been officially written into Van Polen’s contract.
And it’s the latest incredible clause he’s demanded, with previous deals including a second-hand car and a family holiday at a Dutch campsite.
Explaining the demands, he previously told ESPN:“I like it, I enjoy forcing the club to be a bit creative. I hand in part of the money with which they then have to be creative.
“So there’s something in it for the club and for me. I don’t know, I like to do something like that every time.”
Fans are certainly over the moon with Van Polen’s free round of drinks, with one saying: “This might go down as the contract of the century.”
Another asked: “How do I become a season ticket holder?”
One added: “Not all heroes wear capes.