Eredivisie Standings, Results & Schedule Football

The Eredivisie has become one of the top ten tournaments eagerly awaited by soccer fans around the world. The Netherlands is a country that has many legendary players such as Edwin Van Der Sar, Ruud Gulit, Edgard David, Ruud Van Nistelrooy and many more talented young players full of talent in the Eredivisie.

Eredivisie Football Schedule

Not just an interesting soccer game, Eredivie has a number of good stadiums that have stood from the beginning of the 20th century. So that it is more or less brought the interest of many football lovers to come see the match directly in the arena. Until now there have been three of the most magnificent in the Dutch league. In third place is Philips Stadium, which has been able to put many people into it, which can accommodate 35,119. The arena has also been chosen as the venue for the European Cup tournament in 2000. Furthermore, in 2006 it was used again to show football matches in the UEFA Cup final tournament between Sevilla and Middlesbrough.

The top division is divided into 18 clubs. Each club meets Each club 2x throughout the season, one more time away. At the end of each season, the club at the bottom is automatically top-2 from the Dutch league loan, Eerste Divisie (First Division). At the same time, the champion Eerste Divisie will be automatically propagated to the Eredivisie. The next two clubs from under the Eredivisie went to a separate promo / setback play-off with the high-rise joint club of Eerste Divisie.

Eredivisie champions claimed the Dutch national championship. Ajax Amsterdam has won a large number of titles, 25 (34 national titles). PSV Eindhoven followed with 21 (24), and Feyenoord Rotterdam followed with 10 (15). Since 1965, all 3 clubs have won all but three Eredivisie titles (titles in 1981 and 2009 fell to AZ and FC Twente won the title in 2010). Ajax, PSV, and Feyenoord are recognized as the “Big Three” of Dutch football. They are the one that shaped them now that has existed in every edition of the Eredivisie since its formation. The fourth club, FC Utrecht, is a product of the 1970 merger between the three city clubs, which were approved, VV DOS, had never been removed from the Eredivisie.

The league continued for 11 rounds prior to the merger of the two associations through negotiations in November 1954, so both existing leagues were abolished and immediately replaced by a new coalition match. De Graafschap, Amsterdam, Alkmaar and Fortuna ’54 of the NBVB are welcomed into the new league. Some other clubs have joined the club with new names such as Rapid J.C., Holland Sport and Wheel Sport. This first professional (semi) league was won by Willem II. For the 1956-57 season, KNVB left the regional league system with the newly established Eredivisie system, where 18 of the best clubs around the country continued to play for the league title without a rematch. The first member clubs to occupy the Eredivisie in 1956 were Ajax, BVC, BVV, DOS, EVV, Elinkwijk, SC Enschede, Feijenoord, Fortuna ’54, GVAV, MVV, NAC, NOAD, PSV, Rapid JC, Sparta, VVV ’03 and Willem II. Ajax was the first team to win the league title that season.

As for the next, the second most magnificent is De Kuip Stadium, a place that must be visited by football lovers when coming to the Netherlands. Where this stadium has recorded a lot of interesting, and great match history. Some of them are the European Cup final, the Cup Winners Cup Final, and the European Cup 2000. While for the most magnificent first is the Amsterdam Arena, which has been a silent witness of many important matches held in the arena. Successful development makes the stadium worth visiting. Some of the matches that have been held on the turf are the 2000 European Cup, the Champions League final and the Europa League final.