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 AZ Alkmaar3425546622+448016,387Mounir El Hamdaoui - 23Sergio Romero→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Crest Twente3420956231+316923,217Blaise Nkufo - 16Sander Boschker→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Club Crest Ajax3421587441+336848,612Luis Suárez - 22Kenneth Vermeer→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Club Crest PSV Eindhoven3419877133+386533,157Ibrahim Afellay - 13Andreas Isaksson→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Club Crest Heerenveen3417986657+96025,557Danijel Pranjić - 16Brian Vandenbussche
6Club Crest Groningen34175125336+175621,882Marcus Berg - 17Luciano→ Semi-finals
7Club Crest Feyenoord34129135446+84543,589Roy Makaay - 16Henk Timmer→ Semi-finals
8Club Crest NAC Breda34136154454-104516,671Matthew Amoah - 12Jelle ten Rouwelaar→ Semi-finals
9Club Crest Utrecht341111124144-34420,136Cedric van der Gun - 10Michel Vorm→ Semi-finals
10Club Crest Vitesse341110134148-74317,856Ricky van Wolfswinkel - 8Piet Velthuizen
11Club Crest NEC Nijmegen34915104140+14216,671Youssef El Akchaoui, Lasse Schöne - 6Gábor Babos
12Club Crest Willem II34107173558-233713,054Frank Demouge - 14Maikel Aerts
13Club Crest Sparta R'dam3498174666-203510,359Rydell Poepon - 9Cássio
14Club Crest ADO Den Haag3488184158-173210,091Richard Knopper - 10Robert Zwinkels
15Club Crest Heracles Almelo34711163553-18328,456Ricky van den Bergh - 7Martin Pieckenhagen
16Club Crest Roda JC3479183858-203013,942Sekou Cissé - 9Bram Castro→ Second round
17Club Crest De Graafschap3479182458-343012,014Jason Oost, Ben Sahar - 5Erik Heijblok→ Second round
18Club Crest Volendam3478193867-29295,349Melvin Platje - 7Jeroen VerhoevenRelegated

European competition qualification play-offs

Semi-finals

7–3
Groningen won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Finals.
2–7
NAC Breda won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Finals.

Finals

1–3
NAC Breda won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and qualify for UEFA Europa League.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff

First round

MVV Maastricht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Second round.
Telstar remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Dordrecht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Second round.
Oss remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Second round

Roda JC won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Third round.
Dordrecht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
De Graafschap won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Third round.
MVV Maastricht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
RKC Waalwijk won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Third round.
Excelsior remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Cambuur won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Third round.
Zwolle remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Third round

Roda JC and remained in Dutch Eredivisie.
Cambuur remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
De Graafschap relegated to Dutch Eerste Divisie.
RKC Waalwijk won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and promoted to Dutch Eredivisie.

Squad Standard Stats 2008-2009 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Goalkeeping 2008-2009 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Shooting 2008-2009 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Playing Time 2008-2009 Dutch Eredivisie

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 2008-2009 Dutch Eredivisie

Leaders

Nationalities 2008-2009 Dutch Eredivisie

League Notes

Rank Key

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