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Eredivisie

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 PSV 17 16 0 1 60 8 +52 48 WWWLW
2 Ajax 17 15 1 1 60 8 +52 46 WWWWW
3 Feyenoord 17 11 3 3 35 20 +15 36 DLWWW
4 Utrecht 17 8 4 5 30 23 +7 28 LWWDW
5 Vitesse 17 7 5 5 27 21 +6 26 DWLDW
6 Heracles 17 8 2 7 33 35 -2 26 WLLWL
7 AZ 17 7 4 6 30 26 +4 25 LWWLD
8 VVV 17 6 5 6 21 24 -3 23 WLDLL
9 Fortuna Sittard 17 5 5 7 29 30 -1 20 DWLLW
10 Heerenveen 17 5 5 7 36 39 -3 20 LLWWL
11 ADO Den Haag 17 5 5 7 23 34 -11 20 DWDLW
12 Willem II 17 5 4 8 26 34 -8 19 WLLWL
13 Emmen 17 4 5 8 19 36 -17 17 LWLDL
14 Excelsior 17 4 4 9 23 45 -22 16 LLLDW
15 Groningen 17 4 3 10 18 28 -10 15 DLDWL
16 PEC Zwolle 17 4 3 10 17 30 -13 15 LDLWL
17 NAC Breda 17 4 3 10 21 38 -17 15 WDWLL
18 De Graafschap 17 3 3 11 14 43 -29 12 DLDLL
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
L. de JongPSV 14 0
Fran SolWillem II 13 2
A. El KhayatiADO Den Haag 12 4
H. LozanoPSV 11 2
K. PetersonHeracles 10 2
D. TadićAjax 10 3
H. ZiyechAjax 10 0
S. BergwijnPSV 9 0
M. te VredeNAC Breda 9 0
K. HuntelaarAjax 8 1
G. PereiroPSV 8 3
M. VlapHeerenveen 8 0
K. DolbergAjax 7 0
R. van PersieFeyenoord 7 0
Adrián DalmauHeracles 6 0

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News

RBC Roosendaal and the catastrophic journey from the Eredivisie to the tenth tier - These Football Times
It wasn't that long ago that RBC Roosendaal were securing draws against Ajax and PSV. Then came a catastrophic fall.
These Football Times (2 days ago)
Five Young Stars to watch in the second half of the Eredivisie season - Football-Oranje
Who are the youngsters to watch as the second half of the Eredivisie kick's off this weekend? Michael Bell picks his top five talents to keep an eye on.
Football-Oranje (13 hours ago)
Impossible Spin Robs Soccer Player of Goal - VICE
In a game between Eredivisie teams AZ Alkmaar and PEC Zwolle, Mats Seuntjens sent in a chip with so much spin that it bounced away from goal after touching
VICE (4 weeks ago)
'He will be the best centre-back in the world in two years' - The42
The Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman is a big fan of 19-year-old Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt.
The42 (14 hours ago)
Football: Nakayama "pursuing dreams" with move to Dutch 1st division - Kyodo News Plus
Japanese defender Yuta Nakayama says he is "excited for a new challenge" at Dutch first-division side PEC Zwolle.
Kyodo News Plus (13 hours ago)
Man Utd scout PSV ace Steven Bergwijn with view to £25m transfer - The Sun
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping to land the two-cap Holland forward, who's scored nine goals in just 16 Eredivisie games this term.
The Sun (18 hours ago)
Premier League transfer news: Netherlands star Ryan Babel posied for shock return to English football - KickOff.com
Former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel is nearing a shock return to the Premier League as the player exodus from cash-strapped Besiktas continues.
KickOff.com (2 days ago)
What can English football learn from the Dutch? League Structures and Youth Progression - Football-Oranje
George Smith looks at what English football can learn from the Netherlands in terms of youth development and league structure.
Football-Oranje (3 days ago)

 

About Eredivisie

The Eredivisie (or "Honorary Division" in Dutch) is the top tier of football in the Netherlands. This league was founded in 1956 and is based on a relegation-promotion system, just like most European leagues. Eighteen teams battle through 34 games yearly, with 15 teams securing their spot in the next season. One team is automatically relegated, while two more sides battle for their spot in a relegation playoff against six teams from the Eerste Divisie (First Division).

The process to decide the last two spots is a bit tricky, but it proceeds as follows: first, the bottom-placed side is automatically relegated to the second tier. 

Meanwhile, the next two clubs automatically feature in a two-legged play-off in two groups of four. These two groups are comprised of three Eerste Divisie sides plus one Eredivisie team, and whoever wins each quartet remains in the top flight. 

For the 2018-19 season, Emmen, De Graafschap and Fortuna Sittard are the three promoted clubs, replacing Roda JC, Twente, and Sparta Rotterdam.

PSV was crowned champion of the 2017-18 season, beating bitter rivals Ajax by four points. It was PSV’s third championship in the last four years. 

Did you know…? Ajax, PSV, and Feyenoord are the only clubs that have played in all 63 editions of the Dutch Eredivisie. Ajax has won 25 league titles since the first season of the Eredivisie, with PSV following them closely with 21 championships to their name.

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