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Eredivisie
Eredivisie logo.svg
Countries Netherlands Netherlands
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1956
Number of teams 18
Relegation to Eerste Divisie
Levels on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) KNVB Cup
Johan Cruijff-schaal
International cup(s) Champions League
Europa League
Current champions AZ (2008–09)
Most championships AFC Ajax (29)
Website http://www.eredivisie.nl
2009–10 Eredivisie

The Eredivisie (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛrədɪˌʋɪzi]; English: Honorary Division) is the highest football league in the Netherlands. It is currently ranked the 10th best league in Europe by UEFA.

The top division consists of 18 clubs. Each club faces every other club twice during the season, once at home and once away. At the end of each season, the bottom club is automatically relegated to the second level of the Dutch league system, the Eerste Divisie (First Division), with the champion of the Eerste Divisie automatically promoted to the Eredivisie. The next two clubs from the bottom of the Eredivisie go to separate promotion/relegation playoffs. The playoffs are played in two groups. Each group has one Eredivisie club and three high-placed clubs from the Eerste Divisie. In both promotion/relegation playoff groups, each club plays a home-and-away series with the other clubs. The winner of each playoff group plays in the following season's Eredivisie, with the other teams going to the Eerste Divisie.

AFC Ajax has won the most titles, 29. PSV Eindhoven is next with 21, and Feyenoord follows with 14. Since 1965, these three clubs have won all except for two titles (the 1980/81 and 2008/09 titles went to AZ).

From 1990 to 1999, the official name of the league was PTT Telecompetitie (after the sponsor, PTT Telecom), which was changed to KPN Telecompetitie in 1999 and to KPN Eredivisie in 2000. From 2002 to 2005, the league was called the Holland Casino Eredivisie. Since the 2005-06 season, the league has been sponsored by the Sponsorloterij lottery, but for legal reasons, its name is not attached to the league.

Contents

Current teams (2009-10)

Club
City Position
in 2008-09
First season
in Eredivisie
Number of seasons
in Eredivisie
First season of
current spell
in Eredivisie
Number of seasons
of current spell
in Eredivisie
Eredivisie
titles 1
Last Eredivisie
title
ADO Den Haag The Hague 14th 1957-58 36 2008-09 2 0 -
Ajax Amsterdam 3rd 1956-57 54 1956-57 54 21 2003-04
AZ Alkmaar 1st 1960-61 34 1998-99 12 2 2008-09
Feyenoord Rotterdam 7th 1956-57 54 1956-57 54 9 1998-99
FC Groningen Groningen 6th 1956-57 44 2000-01 10 0 -
SC Heerenveen Heerenveen 5th 1990-91 18 1993-94 17 0 -
Heracles Almelo Almelo 15th 1962-63 10 2005-06 5 0 -
NAC Breda Breda 8th 1956-57 43 2000-01 10 0 -
NEC Nijmegen 11th 1967-68 34 1994-95 16 0 -
PSV Eindhoven 4th 1956-57 54 1956-57 54 18 2007–08
RKC Waalwijk Waalwijk 2nd; Eerste Divisie 1988-89 20 2009-10 1 0 -
Roda JC Kerkrade 16th 1956-57 43 1973-74 37 0 -
Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam 13th 1956-57 51 2005-06 5 1 1958-59
FC Twente Enschede 2nd 1956-57 48 1984-85 26 0 -
FC Utrecht Utrecht 9th 1970-71 40 1970-71 40 0 -
Vitesse Arnhem 10th 1971-72 25 1989-90 21 0 -
VVV-Venlo Venlo 1st; Eerste Divisie 1956-57 17 2009-10 1 0 -
Willem II Tilburg 12th 1956-57 36 1987-88 23 0 -

1 Only the Eredivisie titles (starting in the 1956-57 season) are displayed here. See below for a table with all national titles included.

Champions

Year Winner Title number Runner Up Third
1888-1889 VV Concordia 1 HFC HVV
1889-1890 HFC 1 RAP Amsterdam HVV
1890-1891 HVV 1 HFC RAP Amsterdam
1891-1892 RAP Amsterdam 1
1892-93 HFC 2
1893-94 RAP Amsterdam 2
1894-95 HFC 3
1895-96 HVV 2
1896-97 RAP Amsterdam 3
1897-98 RAP Amsterdam 4 Vitesse
1898-99 RAP Amsterdam 5 Vitesse
1899-00 HVV 3 Victoria Wageningen
1900-01 HVV 4 Victoria Wageningen
1901-02 HVV 5 Victoria Wageningen
1902-03 HVV 6 Vitesse Volharding
1903-04 HBS Craeyenhout 1 Velocitas Breda PW Enschede
1904-05 HVV 7 PW Enschede
1905-06 HBS Craeyenhout 2 PW Enschede
1906-07 HVV 8 PW Enschede
1907-08 Quick Den Haag 1 UD Deventer
1908-09 Sparta 1 Wilhelmina
1909-10 HVV 9 Quick Nijmegen
1910-11 Sparta 2 GVC Wageningen
1911-12 Sparta 3 GVC Wageningen
1912-13 Sparta 4 Vitesse
1913-14 HVV 10 Vitesse Willem II
1914-15 Sparta 5 Vitesse
1915-16 Willem II 1 Go Ahead Sparta
1916-17 Go Ahead 1 UVV Utrecht Willem II
1917-18 Ajax 1 Go Ahead Willem II
1918-19 AFC Ajax 2 Go Ahead AFC Amsterdam
1919-20 Be Quick 1887 1 VOC Rotterdam Go Ahead
1920-21 NAC 1 Be Quick 1887 Ajax
1921-22 Go Ahead 2 Blauw-Wit NAC Breda
1922-23 RCH 1 Be Quick 1887 Go Ahead
1923-24 Feijenoord 1 Stormvogels NAC
1924-25 HBS Craeyenhout 3 NAC Sparta
1925-26 SC Enschede 1 MVV Feijenoord
1926-27 Heracles 1 NAC Ajax
1927-28 Feijenoord 2 Ajax NOAD
1928-29 PSV 1 Go Ahead Feijenoord
1929-30 Go Ahead 3 Ajax Velocitas
1930-31 AFC Ajax 3 Feijenoord PSV
1931-32 Ajax 4 Feijenoord SC Enschede
1932-33 Go Ahead 4 Feijenoord Stormvogels
1933-34 Ajax 5 KFC Willem II
1934-35 PSV 2 Go Ahead Ajax
1935-36 Feijenoord 3 Ajax SC Enschede
1936-37 Ajax 6 Feijenoord PSV
1937-38 Feijenoord 4 Heracles D.W.S.
1938-39 Ajax 7 D.W.S. NEC
1939-40 Feijenoord 5 Blauw-Wit Heracles
1940-41 Heracles 2 PSV ADO
1941-42 ADO 1 FC Eindhoven AGOVV
1942-43 ADO 2 Feijenoord Willem II
1943-44 De Volewijckers 1 VUC Den Haag LONGA
1944-45 Not played
1945-46 Haarlem 1 Ajax SC Heerenveen
1946-47 Ajax 8 SC Heerenveen NEC
1947-48 BVV Den Bosch 1 SC Heerenveen Go Ahead
1948-49 SVV 1 BVV Den Bosch AGOVV
1949-50 Limburgia 1 Blauw-Wit Maurits
1950-51 PSV 3 D.W.S. Willem II
1951-52 Willem II 2 Hermes DVS Haarlem
1952-53 RCH 2 FC Eindhoven Sparta
1953-54 FC Eindhoven 1 D.O.S. PSV
Introduction of professional football
1954-55 Willem II 3 NAC PSV
1955-56 Rapid JC 1 NAC Elinkwijk
Introduction of the Eredivisie
1956-57 Ajax 9 Fortuna '54 SC Enschede
1957-58 D.O.S. 1 SC Enschede Ajax
1958-59 Sparta 6 Rapid JC Fortuna '54
1959-60 Ajax 10 Feijenoord Blauw-Wit
1960-61 Feijenoord 6 Ajax VVV
1961-62 Feijenoord 7 PSV Blauw-Wit
1962-63 PSV 4 Ajax Sparta
1963-64 D.W.S. 1 PSV SC Enschede
1964-65 Feijenoord 8 D.W.S. ADO Den Haag
1965-66 Ajax 11 Feijenoord ADO
1966-67 Ajax 12 Feijenoord Sparta
1967-68 Ajax 13 Feijenoord Go Ahead
1968-69 Feijenoord 9 Ajax FC Twente
1969-70 Ajax 14 Feijenoord PSV
1970-71 Feijenoord 10 Ajax ADO Den Haag
1971-72 Ajax 15 Feijenoord FC Twente
1972-73 Ajax 16 Feijenoord FC Twente
1973-74 Feijenoord 11 FC Twente Ajax
1974-75 PSV 5 Feyenoord Ajax
1975-76 PSV 6 Feyenoord Ajax
1976-77 Ajax 17 PSV AZ '67
1977-78 PSV 7 Ajax AZ '67
1978-79 Ajax 18 Feyenoord PSV
1979-80 Ajax 19 AZ '67 PSV
1980-81 AZ '67 1 Ajax FC Utrecht
1981-82 Ajax 20 PSV AZ '67
1982-83 Ajax 21 Feyenoord PSV
1983-84 Feyenoord 12 PSV Ajax
1984-85 Ajax 22 PSV Feyenoord
1985-86 PSV 8 Ajax Feyenoord
1986-87 PSV 9 Ajax Feyenoord
1987-88 PSV 10 Ajax FC Twente
1988-89 PSV 11 Ajax FC Twente
1989-90 Ajax 23 PSV FC Twente
1990-91 PSV 12 Ajax FC Groningen
1991-92 PSV 13 Ajax Feyenoord
1992-93 Feyenoord 13 PSV Ajax
1993-94 Ajax 24 Feyenoord PSV
1994-95 Ajax 25 Roda JC PSV
1995-96 Ajax 26 PSV Feyenoord
1996-97 PSV 14 Feyenoord FC Twente
1997-98 Ajax 27 PSV Vitesse
1998-99 Feyenoord 14 Willem II PSV
1999-2000 PSV 15 SC Heerenveen Feyenoord
2000-01 PSV 16 Feyenoord Ajax
2001-02 Ajax 28 PSV Feyenoord
2002-03 PSV 17 Ajax Feyenoord
2003-04 Ajax 29 PSV Feyenoord
2004-05 PSV 18 Ajax AZ
2005-06 PSV 19 AZ Feyenoord
2006-07 PSV 20 Ajax AZ
2007-08 PSV 21 Ajax NAC Breda
2008-09 AZ 2 FC Twente Ajax

Number of titles

Club #
Star full.svg Star full.svg Ajax 29
Star full.svg Star full.svg PSV Eindhoven 21
Star full.svg Feyenoord 14
Star full.svg HVV 10
Sparta Rotterdam 6
RAP Amsterdam 5
Go Ahead Eagles 4
HBS Craeyenhout, HFC, Willem II 3
ADO Den Haag, AZ Alkmaar, Heracles Almelo, RCH 2
Be Quick 1887, D.O.S., BVV Den Bosch, D.W.S., De Volewijckers, FC Eindhoven, SC Enschede, Haarlem, Limburgia, NAC Breda, Quick Den Haag, Rapid JC, SVV, VV Concordia 1

By Town or City

Town or city Number of titles Clubs
Amsterdam
36
Ajax (29), RAP Amsterdam (5), DWS (1), De Volewijckers (1)
Eindhoven
22
PSV (21), FC Eindhoven (1)
Rotterdam
21
Feyenoord (14), Sparta (6), VV Concordia (1)
The Hague
16
HVV (10), HBS Craeyenhout (3), ADO Den Haag (2), Quick Den Haag (1)
Haarlem
6
HFC (3), RCH (2), Haarlem (1)
Deventer
4
Go Ahead Eagles (4)
Tilburg
3
Willem II (3)
Alkmaar
2
AZ Alkmaar (2)
Almelo
2
Heracles (2)
Breda
1
NAC Breda (1)
Brunssum
1
Limburgia (1)
Den Bosch
1
BVV Den Bosch (1)
Enschede
1
SC Enschede (1)
Groningen
1
Be Quick 1887 (1)
Kerkrade
1
Rapid JC (1)
Schiedam
1
SVV (1)
Utrecht
1
DOS (1)

Playoffs

European competition

The KNVB introduced a playoff system in 2005-06 for the second to ninth placed clubs. The playoff system has been criticized by clubs, players and fans as the number of matches will increase. The system also makes it possible that the second-place team is forced the enter the UEFA Intertoto Cup while a lower placed team enters the qualifying round of the Champions League (only if the cup winner is below 5th position). This happened in 2005-06; AZ, 2nd in competition, had to play for the UEFA Cup, while Ajax, 4th in competition, went into the Champions League qualifying round, the same thing happened at the end of the 2007-08 season when Ajax, ranked 2nd in regular season, lost the playoff final match to FC Twente, meaning Twente went into the Champions League and Ajax the UEFA Cup.

Teams ending in positions 5th,6th,7th, 8th (or possibly sixth through ninth, depending on the KNVB Cup finalists and their respective position in the league) will play in play-offs for a ticket in the Europa League. [1]

Pos after
round 34
playoff next season
1 none Champions League group stage
2 none Champions League 2nd qualifying round for non-champions
3 none Europa League 4th qualifying round
4 none Europa League 3rd qualifying round
5 Europa League Playoff 5 vs 8 and 6 vs 7; the two winners advance to the second round;
winner: Europa League 2nd qualifying round
6
7
8
Cup post season
playoff
next season
winner none Europa League 4th qualifying round
Runner Up none Europa League 4th qualifying round;
ONLY if Cup Winner finishes 1st-2nd in competition

Relegation

The club at the bottom of the league (18th) is automatically relegated and switches places with the champion of the Eerste Divisie. The next-lowest two teams (16th and 17th) play in a promotion/relegation knock-out playoff known as the Nacompetitie, in which they will face eight teams from the Eerste Divisie. Of those eight teams, six are periodical champions (bases on results held during the six periods in which the season is divided) and the other two are the highest ranking teams, that haven't held a periodical title yet. Teams finishing above 16th automatically stay in the Eredivisie.

Attendance

Since the beginning of the league, there have been three clubs with an attendance much higher than the others: Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord. Clubs like Heerenveen, FC Twente and FC Groningen also have fairly large fanbases. The regular season average league attendance was just over 7,000 in 1990, but this figure has risen sharply over the years thanks to the opening of new stadiums and the expansion of existing ones nationwide. Average attendance for the 2008-09 season was 19,827, with AFC Ajax having the largest (49,014) and FC Volendam having the smallest (5,460). Ajax' figures however differ from those provided by the Amsterdam ArenA since the club counts all tickets sold instead of the number of people going through the turnstiles.

Season 2008–09 average attendance

Club Attendance
Ajax 49,014
Feyenoord 44,044
PSV 33,406
Heerenveen 25,594
FC Twente 23,338
FC Groningen 21,905
FC Utrecht 20,276
Vitesse 18,059
NAC Breda 16,855
AZ 16,462
Roda JC 14,641
Willem II 13,256
N.E.C. 12,341
De Graafschap 12,206
Sparta Rotterdam 10,843
ADO Den Haag 10,319
Heracles Almelo 8,459
FC Volendam 5,460
Average 19,827

All-Time Ranking

Last updated following the 2008-09 season
Rank Club Seasons Played Won Drawn Lost Points Goals for Goals against Goal difference
1 Ajax 54 1787 1176 315 296 3843 4534 1885 2649
2 PSV 54 1787 1066 394 327 3592 4080 1885 2195
3 Feyenoord 54 1787 1016 420 351 3468 3871 2056 1815
4 FC Twente 53 1753 752 472 529 2728 2841 2336 505
5 Sparta R'dam 51 1685 597 477 611 2268 2571 2601 -30
6 Roda JC 43 1429 557 371 501 2042 2195 2066 129
7 FC Groningen 43 1413 465 401 547 1796 1980 2184 -204
8 FC Utrecht 40 1327 477 340 510 1771 1846 2008 -162
9 NAC Breda 43 1417 457 373 587 1744 1919 2343 -424
10 AZ/Alkmaar'67 33 1089 439 285 365 1602 1760 1519 241
11 ADO/FC Den Haag 35 1174 394 299 481 1481 1707 1901 -194
12 Willem II 36 1183 377 277 529 1408 1703 2082 -379
13 MVV 36 1208 350 357 501 1407 1527 1990 -463
14 NEC 34 1123 311 319 493 1252 1265 1724 -459
15 Vitesse 25 817 310 241 266 1171 1193 1130 63
16 Go Ahead Eagles 28 940 302 249 389 1155 1293 1500 -207
17 FC Volendam 25 842 228 215 399 899 994 1513 -519
18 sc Heerenveen 18 579 249 143 187 890 976 852 124
19 RKC Waalwijk 19 646 206 170 270 788 861 1028 -167
20 Fortuna Sittard 19 646 179 193 274 730 756 1005 -249
21 HFC Haarlem 18 612 172 178 262 694 695 978 -283
22 Door Wilskracht Sterk 15 498 167 137 194 638 691 774 -83
23 VVV-Venlo 17 545 160 148 237 628 734 981 -247
24 DOS 14 460 168 109 183 613 790 848 -58
25 De Graafschap 18 579 129 145 305 532 630 1110 -480
26 FC Den Bosch 15 510 132 133 245 529 617 928 -311
27 Fortuna '54 12 392 141 99 152 522 635 700 -65
28 Stormvogels Telstar 14 464 117 141 210 492 528 754 -226
29 Excelsior 16 511 112 128 271 463 546 941 -395
30 FC Zwolle/PEC 12 408 99 120 189 417 496 745 -249
31 Heracles Almelo 10 291 69 74 148 281 328 578 -250
32 USV Elinkwijk 7 234 65 50 119 245 306 483 -177
33 FC Amsterdam 6 204 61 56 87 239 263 321 -58
34 Blauw-Wit Amsterdam 6 196 65 42 89 237 334 401 -67
35 Holland Sport 4 136 37 34 65 138 168 279 -101
36 RBC Roosendaal 5 170 35 26 109 131 164 358 -194
37 NOAD 4 136 33 30 73 129 187 311 -124
38 Sittardia 4 132 32 29 71 125 148 256 -108
39 FC Dordrecht/Dordrecht '90 5 170 27 38 105 119 184 387 -203
40 Cambuur Leeuwarden 4 136 25 38 73 113 139 252 -113
41 Xerxes 2 68 26 17 25 95 92 95 -3
42 FC Eindhoven 3 102 23 25 54 94 107 209 -102
43 BV Veendam 2 68 12 23 33 59 74 127 -53
44 FC Wageningen 2 68 13 18 37 57 72 137 -65
45 De Volewijckers 2 64 15 10 39 55 99 189 -90
46 Helmond Sport 2 68 12 18 38 54 93 162 -69
47 SVV 2 68 13 13 42 52 62 142 -80

The clubs highlighted in green play in the Eredivisie in the 2008/09 season. The clubs highlighted in red play in the Eerste Divisie in the 2008/09 season. The clubs highlighted in grey no longer exist because they have been disestablished or have been merged into another club. Remaining clubs play in lower competitions. For this year's Eredivisie clubs, the 2007/08 season is already counted in the 'seasons' column.

UEFA Ranking

Current National League Ranking

(see UEFA coefficients full list for more information)

Topscorers

Season Topscorer Goals Club
1956-57 Netherlands Coen Dillen 43 PSV
1957-58 Netherlands Leo Canjels 32 NAC
1958-59 Netherlands Leo Canjels 34 NAC
1959-60 Netherlands Henk Groot 38 Ajax
1960-61 Netherlands Henk Groot 41 Ajax
1961-62 Netherlands Dick Tol 27 FC Volendam
1962-63 Netherlands Pierre Kerkhofs 22 PSV
1963-64 Netherlands Frans Geurtsen 28 DWS
1964-65 Netherlands Frans Geurtsen 23 DWS
1965-66 Netherlands Willy van der Kuijlen
Netherlands Piet Kruiver
23 PSV
Feyenoord
1966-67 Netherlands Johan Cruijff 33 Ajax
1967-68 Sweden Ove Kindvall 28 Feyenoord
1968-69 Netherlands Dick van Dijk
Sweden Ove Kindvall
30 FC Twente
Feyenoord
1969-70 Netherlands Willy van der Kuijlen 26 PSV
1970-71 Sweden Ove Kindvall 24 Feyenoord
1971-72 Netherlands Johan Cruijff 25 Ajax
1972-73 Netherlands Cas Janssens
Netherlands Willy Brokamp
18 N.E.C.
MVV
1973-74 Netherlands Willy van der Kuijlen 27 PSV
1974-75 Netherlands Ruud Geels 30 Ajax
1975-76 Netherlands Ruud Geels 29 Ajax
1976-77 Netherlands Ruud Geels 34 Ajax
1977-78 Netherlands Ruud Geels 30 Ajax
1978-79 Netherlands Kees Kist 34 AZ'67
1979-80 Netherlands Kees Kist 27 AZ'67
1980-81 Netherlands Ruud Geels 22 Sparta
1981-82 Netherlands Wim Kieft 32 Ajax
1982-83 Netherlands Peter Houtman 30 Feyenoord
1983-84 Netherlands Marco van Basten 28 Ajax
1984-85 Netherlands Marco van Basten 22 Ajax
1985-86 Netherlands Marco van Basten 37 Ajax
1986-87 Netherlands Marco van Basten 31 Ajax
1987-88 Netherlands Wim Kieft 29 PSV
1988-89 Brazil Romário 19 PSV
1989-90 Brazil Romário 23 PSV
1990-91 Brazil Romário
Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
25 PSV
Ajax
1991-92 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 22 Ajax
1992-93 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 26 Ajax
1993-94 Finland Jari Litmanen 26 Ajax
1994-95 Brazil Ronaldo 30 PSV
1995-96 Belgium Luc Nilis 21 PSV
1996-97 Belgium Luc Nilis 21 PSV
1997-98 Greece Nikos Machlas 34 Vitesse
1998-99 Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooij 31 PSV
1999-00 Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooij 29 PSV
2000-01 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Kežman 24 PSV
2001-02 Netherlands Pierre van Hooijdonk 24 Feyenoord
2002-03 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Kežman 35 PSV
2003-04 Serbia and Montenegro Mateja Kežman 31 PSV
2004-05 Netherlands Dirk Kuijt 29 Feyenoord
2005-06 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 33 SC Heerenveen/Ajax
2006-07 Brazil Afonso Alves 34 sc Heerenveen
2007-08 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 33 Ajax
2008-09 Morocco Mounir El Hamdaoui 23 AZ

Famous foreign players

Media coverage

Country Network Details
 Netherlands Eredivisie Live; NOS Eredivisie Live (a pay-tv channel) airs all matches live and the NOS broadcasts match summaries on the open channels Nederland 1 and 3
 Australia Setanta Sports Covers one match per week featuring one of the big clubs (Ajax, Feyenoord, PSV, AZ or FC Twente)[2]
 United Kingdom;  Ireland ESPN (UK) [3] ESPN covers two live matches per week
 Italy Sportitalia One match per week, and highlights, since 2004

See also

References

External links


Simple English

Eredivisie
Country Netherlands
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1956
Level 1
Number of teams 18
Relegation to Eerste Divisie
Current champions Twente (2008/09)
Most successful club Ajax (29)

Eredivisie is a football league which is top division in Netherlands.

Contents

Club 2009/10

  • AZ Alkmaar
  • Twente
  • Ajax
  • PSV Eindhoven
  • Heerenveen
  • Groningen
  • Feyenoord Rotterdam
  • NAC Breda
  • Utrecht
  • Vitesse
  • NEC Nijmegen
  • Willem II Tilburg
  • De Graafschap
  • Den Haag
  • Heracles Almelo
  • Roda
  • VVV Venlo
  • Excelsior Rotterdam

Champions

SeasonChampionsRunner-upThird place
2000/01PSV EindhovenFeyenoord RotterdamAjax
2001/02AjaxPSV EindhovenFeyenoord Rotterdam
2002/03PSV EindhovenAjaxFeyenoord Rotterdam
2003/04AjaxPSV EindhovenFeyenoord Rotterdam
2004/05PSV EindhovenAjaxAZ Alkmaar
2005/06PSV EindhovenAZ AlkmaarFeyenoord Rotterdam
2006/07PSV EindhovenAjaxAZ Alkmaar
2007/08PSV EindhovenAjaxNAC Breda
2008/09AZ AlkmaarTwenteAjax
2009/10TwenteAjaxPSV Eindhoven

Former champions

References








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