League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Crest Feyenoord3426448625+618247,500Nicolai Jørgensen - 21Brad Jones→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Ajax3425637923+568149,620Kasper Dolberg - 16André Onana→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Club Crest PSV Eindhoven34221026823+457633,724Gastón Pereiro - 10Jeroen Zoet→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Club Crest Utrecht3418885438+166218,276Sébastien Haller - 13David Jensen→ Semi-finals
5Club Crest Vitesse34156135140+115115,703Ricky van Wolfswinkel - 20Eloy Room
6Club Crest AZ Alkmaar34121395652+44914,855Wout Weghorst - 13Sergio Rochet→ Semi-finals
7Club Crest Twente34129134850-24525,424Enes Ünal - 18Nick Marsman
8Club Crest Groningen341013115551+44319,549Mimoun Mahi - 17Sergio Padt→ Semi-finals
9Club Crest Heerenveen34127155453+14322,183Reza Ghoochannejad - 19Erwin Mulder→ Semi-finals
10Club Crest Heracles Almelo34127155355-24311,109Samuel Armenteros - 19Bram Castro
11Club Crest ADO Den Haag34115183759-223811,343Mike Havenaar - 9Ernestas Šetkus
12Club Crest Excelsior34910154360-17374,069Nigel Hasselbaink - 10Warner Hahn, Tom Muyters
13Club Crest Willem II3499162944-153612,421Fran Sol - 10Kostas Lamprou
14Club Crest Zwolle3498173967-283512,914Queensy Menig - 9Mickey van der Hart
15Club Crest Sparta R'dam3497184261-193410,261Loris Brogno - 7Roy Kortsmit
16Club Crest NEC Nijmegen3497183259-273411,357Jay-Roy Grot - 5Joris Delle→ Second round
17Club Crest Roda JC34712152651-253313,857Abdul Jeleel Ajagun - 5Benjamin van Leer→ Second round
18Club Crest Go Ahead Eag3465233273-41239,378Sam Hendriks - 8Theo ZwarthoedRelegated

European competition qualification play-offs

Semi-finals

5–2
May 17
Heerenveen
Utrecht
May 20
Utrecht
Heerenveen
Utrecht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.
8–2
May 17
Groningen
AZ Alkmaar
May 20
AZ Alkmaar
Groningen
AZ Alkmaar won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.

Finals

3–3
May 25
AZ Alkmaar
Utrecht
May 28
Utrecht
AZ Alkmaar
Utrecht won on penalty kicks following extra time and qualify for UEFA Europa League.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff

First round

May 8
Helmond Sport
4–2
Almere City
May 12
Almere City
0–2
Helmond Sport
Almere City remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Helmond Sport won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Second round.
May 8
RKC Waalwijk
1–5
Emmen
May 12
Emmen
0–1
RKC Waalwijk
Emmen won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Second round.
RKC Waalwijk remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Second round

May 18
Emmen
1–3
NEC Nijmegen
May 21
NEC Nijmegen
1–0
Emmen
NEC Nijmegen won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Third round.
Emmen remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
May 18
Helmond Sport
0–1
Roda JC
May 21
Roda JC
1–1
Helmond Sport
Roda JC won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Third round.
Helmond Sport remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
May 18
MVV Maastricht
1–1
Cambuur
May 21
Cambuur
1–2
MVV Maastricht
Cambuur remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
MVV Maastricht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Third round.
May 18
Volendam
2–2
NAC Breda
May 21
NAC Breda
2–0
Volendam
NAC Breda won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Third round.
Volendam remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Third round

May 25
NAC Breda
1–0
NEC Nijmegen
May 28
NEC Nijmegen
1–4
NAC Breda
NEC Nijmegen relegated to Dutch Eerste Divisie.
NAC Breda won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Dutch Eredivisie.
May 25
MVV Maastricht
0–0
Roda JC
May 28
Roda JC
1–0
MVV Maastricht
Roda JC won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Dutch Eredivisie.
MVV Maastricht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Squad Standard Stats 2016-2017 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Goalkeeping 2016-2017 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Shooting 2016-2017 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Playing Time 2016-2017 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 2016-2017 Dutch Eredivisie

Leaders

Nationalities 2016-2017 Dutch Eredivisie

League Notes

Rank Key

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