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List of football clubs in the Netherlands

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List of football clubs in the Netherlands

The Dutch Football League is organized by the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB, Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbalbond).The most successful teams are Ajax (33), PSV (21) and Feyenoord (14). Important teams of the past are HVV (10 titles), Sparta Rotterdam (6 titles) and Willem II (3 titles).

The annual match that marks the beginning of the season is called the Johan Cruijff Schaal (Johan Cruyff Shield). Contenders are the champions and the cup winners of the previous season.

In BeNe League. Each federation organizes its own system of lower-level leagues.


  • Eredivisie 2014–15 1
  • Eerste Divisie 2014–15 2
  • Topklasse 2014–15 3
  • Former Dutch league teams 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Eredivisie 2014–15

Eerste Divisie 2014–15

Topklasse 2014–15

Saturday League
Sunday League

Former Dutch league teams

See also


External links

  • Midfield Dynamo's list of the Dutch football league's 'Big 3' and 'Best of the Rest' of the other clubs,
  • (English) Orange Football Blog - Weekly summaries from the Eredivisie and other articles,
  • (Dutch) Official Eredivisie site
  • (Dutch) Official Eerste Divisie website
  • - Club stats records.
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