League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1PSV Eindhoven3426628720+678432,747Mateja Kežman - 34Ronald Waterreus→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Ajax3426539632+648347,046Rafael van der Vaart - 18Bogdan Lobonț→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Feyenoord3425548939+508043,064Pierre van Hooijdonk - 28Patrick Lodewijks→ UEFA Cup via league finish
4NAC Breda34131384231+115213,712Orlando Engelaar - 12Gábor Babos→ UEFA Cup via league finish
5NEC Nijmegen34149114140+15111,208Youssouf Hersi - 9Dennis Gentenaar→ UEFA Cup via league finish
6Roda JC34148125854+45013,532Yannis Anastasiou - 11Vladan Kujović
7Heerenveen34138136155+64714,270Romano Denneboom - 10Hans Vonk→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 1
8Utrecht34121111494904716,193Dirk Kuyt - 20Harald Wapenaar
9RKC Waalwijk34144164451-7466,378Rick Hoogendorp - 16Rob van Dijk
10AZ Alkmaar34128145069-19447,181Kenneth Pérez - 11Oscar Moens
11Willem II34119144851-34213,475Dmitri Shoukov - 9Geert De Vlieger→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 2
12Twente341011133645-94113,216Ellery Cairo - 7Sander Boschker
13RBC Roosendaal34106183354-21364,979Geert den Ouden - 9Maikel Aerts, Wim de Ron
14Vitesse3489173751-143322,743Matthew Amoah - 15Dragoslav Jevrić
15Groningen34711162844-163212,061Martin Drent - 7Roy Beukenkamp
16Zwolle3488183162-31326,139Richard Roelofsen - 8Johan van der Werff
17Excelsior3458213872-34233,108Saïd Boutahar - 9Zbigniew Małkowski
18De Graafschap3465233584-492310,735Hans van de Haar - 11Jurgen WeversRelegated

Dutch 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2Helmond Sport6312910-110
3Den Bosch6213710-37
4Go Ahead Eagles6105912-33

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
4Heracles Almelo6204610-46


Red Cards
1. Jatto CeesayWillem II 2
Dejan StefanovićVitesse 2
Tim de ClerAZ Alkmaar 2
Cristian ChivuAjax 2
Henk VosRBC Roosendaal 2
6. Dragoslav JevrićVitesse 1
Milan Berck BeelenkampDe Graafschap 1
Gjorgji HristovNEC Nijmegen 1
Marián ZemanVitesse 1
Gregoor van DijkRoda JC 1
Jason CulinaDe Graafschap 1
MidoAjax 1
Eddy PutterRKC Waalwijk 1
Khalid BoulahrouzRKC Waalwijk 1
Olaf LindenberghAZ Alkmaar 1
Juan ViedmaRBC Roosendaal 1
Thomas BuffelFeyenoord 1
Youssouf HersiNEC Nijmegen 1
Dave van den BerghUtrecht 1
Rick HoogendorpRKC Waalwijk 1
Dmitri ShoukovWillem II 1
Eric AddoRoda JC 1
René BotDe Graafschap 1
Andy van der MeydeAjax 1
Robin van PersieFeyenoord 1
Sjaak PolakTwente 1
Mateja KežmanPSV Eindhoven 1
Robert FuchsRKC Waalwijk 1
Patrick ZwaanswijkUtrecht 1
Ellery CairoTwente 1
Peter van den BergRKC Waalwijk 1
Jeroen HeubachTwente 1
Spira GrujićTwente 1
Barry van GalenAZ Alkmaar 1
Ruud KrasZwolle 1
Danny BuijsExcelsior 1
James QuinnWillem II 1
Nebojša GudeljNAC Breda 1
Patrick MtiligaExcelsior 1
Gérard de NooijerFeyenoord 1
Jean-Paul de JongUtrecht 1
Bert ZuurmanZwolle 1
Tieme KlompeHeerenveen 1
Yuriy NikiforovRKC Waalwijk 1
Michael LameyAZ Alkmaar 1
Rob van DijkRKC Waalwijk 1
Patrick AxNEC Nijmegen 1
Roel BrouwersRoda JC 1


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