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- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier See Rank Key
|Rk||Squad||Apps||W||D||L||GF||GA||GDiff||Pts||Attendance||Top Team Scorer||Goalkeeper||Notes|
|1||PSV Eindhoven||34||26||5||3||87||39||+48||83||33,289||Hirving Lozano - 17||Jeroen Zoet||→ UEFA Champions League via league finish|
|2||Ajax||34||25||4||5||89||33||+56||79||50,956||David Neres - 14||André Onana||→ UEFA Champions League via league finish|
|3||AZ Alkmaar||34||22||5||7||72||38||+34||71||14,797||Alireza Jahanbakhsh - 21||Marco Bizot||→ UEFA Europa League via league finish|
|4||Feyenoord||34||20||6||8||76||39||+37||66||45,588||Steven Berghuis - 18||Brad Jones|
|5||Utrecht||34||14||12||8||58||53||+5||54||18,971||Zakaria Labyad - 12||David Jensen||→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals|
|6||Vitesse||34||13||10||11||63||47||+16||49||16,099||Bryan Linssen - 15||Remko Pasveer||→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals|
|7||ADO Den Haag||34||13||8||13||45||53||-8||47||11,537||Bjørn Johnsen - 19||Robert Zwinkels||→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals|
|8||Heerenveen||34||12||10||12||48||53||-5||46||20,379||Reza Ghoochannejad - 8||Martin Hansen||→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals|
|9||Zwolle||34||12||8||14||42||54||-12||44||13,049||Mustafa Saymak - 11||Diederik Boer|
|10||Heracles Almelo||34||11||9||14||50||64||-14||42||10,580||Reuven Niemeijer, Vincent Vermeij - 8||Bram Castro|
|11||Excelsior||34||11||7||16||41||56||-15||40||4,160||Mike van Duinen - 8||Theo Zwarthoed|
|12||Groningen||34||8||14||12||50||50||0||38||18,613||Tom van Weert - 12||Sergio Padt|
|13||Willem II||34||10||7||17||50||63||-13||37||12,421||Fran Sol - 16||Mattijs Branderhorst|
|14||NAC Breda||34||9||7||18||41||57||-16||34||18,404||Thierry Ambrose - 10||Nigel Bertrams|
|15||VVV-Venlo||34||7||13||14||35||54||-19||34||6,805||Clint Leemans - 10||Lars Unnerstall|
|16||Roda JC Kerkrade||34||8||6||20||42||69||-27||30||12,613||Simon Gustafson, Dani Schahin - 10||Hidde Jurjus||→ Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2|
|17||Sparta Rotterdam||34||7||6||21||34||75||-41||27||10,150||Robert Mühren - 7||Roy Kortsmit||→ Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2|
|18||Twente||34||5||9||20||37||63||-26||24||25,059||Oussama Assaidi - 6||Joel Drommel||Relegated|
European Competition Qualification Playoffs
European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
European Competition Qualification Playoffs Finals
Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff
The Dutch 1/2 Rel/Pro Playoff involves eight teams from the 2nd tier Eerste Divisie and two teams from the 1st tier Eredivisie. All ties are two-legged. The bottom four qualifiers from the Eerste Divisie play in round one with the two teams advancing to round two facing the two Eredivisie teams. The remaining four Eerste Divisie teams also play each other. The four victorious teams then face in round three with each of the two round three winners playing the following year in the Eredivisie and the eight remaining teams playing in the Eerste Divisie.
Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 1
Dordrecht won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2.
MVV Maastricht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2
Almere City won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Dordrecht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Emmen won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3
Almere City remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
|1.||Alireza Jahanbakhsh • AZ Alkmaar||21|
|2.||Bjørn Johnsen • ADO Den Haag||19|
|3.||Wout Weghorst • AZ Alkmaar||18|
|Steven Berghuis • Feyenoord||18|
|5.||Hirving Lozano • PSV Eindhoven||17|
|6.||Fran Sol • Willem II||16|
|7.||Bryan Linssen • Vitesse||15|
|8.||Tim Matavž • Vitesse||14|
|Marco van Ginkel • PSV Eindhoven||14|
|David Neres • Ajax||14|
|1.||Hakim Ziyech • Ajax||15|
|2.||Brandley Kuwas • Heracles Almelo||13|
|3.||Steven Berghuis • Feyenoord||12|
|Alireza Jahanbakhsh • AZ Alkmaar||12|
|5.||Abdenasser El Khayati • ADO Den Haag||11|
|David Neres • Ajax||11|
|7.||Jens Toornstra • Feyenoord||10|
|8.||Mason Mount • Vitesse||8|
|Zakaria Labyad • Utrecht||8|
|Hirving Lozano • PSV Eindhoven||8|
|1.||Alireza Jahanbakhsh • AZ Alkmaar||33|
|2.||Steven Berghuis • Feyenoord||30|
|3.||David Neres • Ajax||25|
|Hirving Lozano • PSV Eindhoven||25|
|5.||Hakim Ziyech • Ajax||24|
|Wout Weghorst • AZ Alkmaar||24|
|7.||Fran Sol • Willem II||21|
|8.||Zakaria Labyad • Utrecht||20|
|Bryan Linssen • Vitesse||20|
|10.||Bjørn Johnsen • ADO Den Haag||19|
|Abdenasser El Khayati • ADO Den Haag||19|
|1.||Thomas Lam • Twente||11|
|Cristián Cuevas • Twente||11|
|3.||Arno Verschueren • NAC Breda||8|
|Pablo Marí • NAC Breda||8|
|Deyovaisio Zeefuik • 2 squads||8|
|Lex Immers • ADO Den Haag||8|
|Danny Post • VVV-Venlo||8|
|Mike te Wierik • Groningen||8|
|Sander Fischer • Sparta Rotterdam||8|
|Ryan Koolwijk • Excelsior||8|
|Pedro Chirivella • Willem II||8|
|Matthijs de Ligt • Ajax||8|
|Aaron Meijers • ADO Den Haag||8|
|1.||Jeroen Zoet • PSV Eindhoven||14|
|2.||Marco Bizot • AZ Alkmaar||13|
|3.||André Onana • Ajax||12|
|4.||Brad Jones • Feyenoord||10|
|5.||Lars Unnerstall • VVV-Venlo||8|
|6.||Robert Zwinkels • ADO Den Haag||7|
|Sergio Padt • Groningen||7|
|Diederik Boer • Zwolle||7|
|David Jensen • Utrecht||7|
|10.||Remko Pasveer • Vitesse||6|
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