League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1AZ Alkmaar3425546622+448016,387Mounir El Hamdaoui - 23Sergio Romero→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Twente3420956231+316923,217Blaise Nkufo - 16Sander Boschker→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Ajax3421587441+336848,612Luis Suárez - 22Kenneth Vermeer→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4PSV Eindhoven3419877133+386533,157Ibrahim Afellay - 13Andreas Isaksson→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Heerenveen3417986657+96025,557Danijel Pranjić - 16Brian Vandenbussche
6Groningen34175125336+175621,882Marcus Berg - 17Luciano→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
7Feyenoord34129135446+84543,589Roy Makaay - 16Henk Timmer→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
8NAC Breda34136154454-104516,671Matthew Amoah - 12Jelle ten Rouwelaar→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
9Utrecht341111124144-34420,136Cedric van der Gun - 10Michel Vorm→ European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals
10Vitesse341110134148-74317,856Ricky van Wolfswinkel - 8Piet Velthuizen
11NEC Nijmegen34915104140+14216,671Lasse Schöne, Youssef El Akchaoui - 6Gábor Babos
12Willem II34107173558-233713,054Frank Demouge - 14Maikel Aerts
13Sparta Rotterdam3498174666-203510,359Rydell Poepon - 9Cássio
14ADO Den Haag3488184158-173210,091Richard Knopper - 10Robert Zwinkels
15Heracles Almelo34711163553-18328,456Ricky van den Bergh - 7Martin Pieckenhagen
16Roda JC3479183858-203013,942Sekou Cissé - 9Bram Castro→ Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2
17De Graafschap3479182458-343012,014Jason Oost, Ben Sahar - 5Erik Heijblok→ Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2
18Volendam3478193867-29295,349Melvin Platje - 7Jeroen VerhoevenRelegated

European Competition Qualification Playoffs

European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals

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

European Competition Qualification Playoffs 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

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 1

MVV Maastricht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2.
Telstar remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Dordrecht won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2.
Oss remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 2

Roda JC won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Dordrecht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
De Graafschap won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
MVV Maastricht remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
RKC Waalwijk won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Excelsior remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.
Cambuur won on points, during a multi-match playoff series and advance to Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3.
Zwolle remained in Dutch Eerste Divisie.

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Round 3

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.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Joost VolmerDe Graafschap 2
Dwight TiendalliFeyenoord 2
Andreas GranqvistGroningen 2
4. GonzaloGroningen 1
Gibril SankohGroningen 1
Danko LazovićPSV Eindhoven 1
Yuri RoseSparta Rotterdam 1
Aleksandar RankovićADO Den Haag 1
Boldizsár BodorRoda JC 1
Kees KwakmanNAC Breda 1
Kwame QuansahHeracles Almelo 1
Kevin HoflandFeyenoord 1
Mark LoomsHeracles Almelo 1
Youssef El AkchaouiNEC Nijmegen 1
Patrick PothuizenNEC Nijmegen 1
Jonathan de GuzmánFeyenoord 1
Gerry KoningVolendam 1
Gill SwertsAZ Alkmaar 1
Édouard DuplanSparta Rotterdam 1
Christian KumADO Den Haag 1
Marcus BergGroningen 1
Martijn MeerdinkGroningen 1
Stijn SchaarsAZ Alkmaar 1
Édison MéndezPSV Eindhoven 1
Jan VertonghenAjax 1
Eric AddoRoda JC 1
DouglasTwente 1
Gregory van der WielAjax 1
Mika VäyrynenHeerenveen 1
Yannick de WitVolendam 1
Thomas VermaelenAjax 1
Ruud KnolSparta Rotterdam 1
Norichio NieveldFeyenoord 1
Danijel PranjićHeerenveen 1
Ricky van WolfswinkelVitesse 1
Robert ZwinkelsADO Den Haag 1
Ola ToivonenPSV Eindhoven 1
Ramon ZomerNEC Nijmegen 1
Cheick TiotéTwente 1
Jens JanseWillem II 1
Davy De fauwRoda JC 1
Jerold PromesSparta Rotterdam 1
Angelo MarthaWillem II 1
Goran PopovHeerenveen 1
Frank van der StruijkVitesse 1
Brett HolmanAZ Alkmaar 1
Patrick MtiligaNAC Breda 1
Ellery CairoNAC Breda 1
Birger MaertensHeracles Almelo 1
Anthony LurlingNAC Breda 1
Oleguer PresasAjax 1
Oluwafemi AjiloreGroningen 1
Tim GilissenNAC Breda 1
Kim JaggySparta Rotterdam 1
Joël TshibambaNEC Nijmegen 1
Giovanni van BronckhorstFeyenoord 1
Ricky van den BerghHeracles Almelo 1
Evander SnoAjax 1
Darío CvitanichAjax 1
Donny GorterNAC Breda 1
Jason CulinaPSV Eindhoven 1

Nationalities

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