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League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Feyenoord3426448625+618247,500Nicolai Jørgensen - 21Brad Jones→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Ajax3425637923+568149,620Kasper Dolberg - 16André Onana→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3PSV Eindhoven34221026823+457633,724Gastón Pereiro - 10Jeroen Zoet→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Utrecht3418885438+166218,276Sébastien Haller - 13David Jensen→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
5Vitesse34156135140+115115,703Ricky van Wolfswinkel - 20Eloy Room
6AZ Alkmaar34121395652+44914,855Wout Weghorst - 13Sergio Rochet→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
7Twente34129134850-24525,424Enes Ünal - 18Nick Marsman
8Groningen341013115551+44319,549Mimoun Mahi - 17Sergio Padt→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
9Heerenveen34127155453+14322,183Reza Ghoochannejad - 19Erwin Mulder→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
10Heracles Almelo34127155355-24311,109Samuel Armenteros - 19Bram Castro
11ADO Den Haag34115183759-223811,343Mike Havenaar - 9Ernestas Šetkus
12Excelsior34910154360-17374,069Nigel Hasselbaink - 10Warner Hahn, Tom Muyters
13Willem II3499162944-153612,421Fran Sol - 10Kostas Lamprou
14Zwolle3498173967-283512,914Queensy Menig - 9Mickey van der Hart
15Sparta Rotterdam3497184261-193410,261Loris Brogno - 7Roy Kortsmit
16NEC Nijmegen3497183259-273411,357Jay-Roy Grot - 5Joris Delle→ Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2
17Roda JC Kerkrade34712152651-253313,857Abdul Jeleel Ajagun - 5Benjamin van Leer→ Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2
18Go Ahead Eagles3465233273-41239,378Sam Hendriks - 8Theo ZwarthoedRelegated

European Competition Qualification Playoffs

European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals

Final
5–2
Utrecht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to European Competition Qualification Playoffs Finals.
Final
8–2
AZ Alkmaar won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to European Competition Qualification Playoffs Finals.

European Competition Qualification Playoffs Finals

Final
3–3
Utrecht won on penalty kicks following extra time and qualify for UEFA Europa League.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 1

Almere City remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Helmond Sport won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2.
Emmen won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2.
RKC Waalwijk remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2

NEC Nijmegen won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Emmen remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Roda JC won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Helmond Sport remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Cambuur remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
MVV Maastricht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
NAC Breda won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Volendam remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3

NEC Nijmegen relegated to Dutch Eerste Divisie.
NAC Breda won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Dutch Eredivisie.
Roda JC won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Dutch Eredivisie.
MVV Maastricht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Juninho BacunaGroningen 3
2. Elvis ManuGo Ahead Eagles 2
Jerry St. JusteHeerenveen 2
Samir MemiševićGroningen 2
Jurgen MattheijExcelsior 2
Bart SchenkeveldZwolle 2
7. Jason DavidsonGroningen 1
Ernestas ŠetkusADO Den Haag 1
Denzel DumfriesSparta Rotterdam 1
Kevin DiksVitesse 1
Danilo PantićExcelsior 1
Mitchell PaulissenRoda JC Kerkrade 1
Tom TrybullADO Den Haag 1
Bram CastroHeracles Almelo 1
Bryan LinssenGroningen 1
Navarone FoorVitesse 1
Sander FischerGo Ahead Eagles 1
Shay FaceyHeerenveen 1
Ramon LeeuwinUtrecht 1
Bram van PolenZwolle 1
Willem HuizingHeerenveen 1
Mohamed El MakriniRoda JC Kerkrade 1
Robin PröpperHeracles Almelo 1
Fran SolWillem II 1
Hector HevelADO Den Haag 1
Tom BeugelsdijkADO Den Haag 1
Stijn SpieringsSparta Rotterdam 1
Abdul Jeleel AjagunRoda JC Kerkrade 1
Marcel RitzmaierGo Ahead Eagles 1
Andreas LudwigUtrecht 1
Jarchinio AntoniaGo Ahead Eagles 1
Arnold KruiswijkVitesse 1
Calvin VerdonkZwolle 1
Hidde ter AvestTwente 1
Ridgeciano HapsAZ Alkmaar 1
Lewis BakerVitesse 1
Christian KumRoda JC Kerkrade 1
Joël VeltmanAjax 1
Ouasim BouyZwolle 1
Frederic AnanouRoda JC Kerkrade 1
Stijn WuytensAZ Alkmaar 1
Jonas SvenssonAZ Alkmaar 1
Bersant CelinaTwente 1
Julian von HaackeNEC Nijmegen 1
Joachim AndersenTwente 1
Sam LarssonHeerenveen 1
Nick ViergeverAjax 1
Tim BreukersHeracles Almelo 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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