Dutch Eredivisie league winners list, most Champions in history

Dutch Eredivisie league winners list, most Champions of Netherlands.

 

Who has won the most Dutch league titles? Ajax Amsterdam has won the most Dutch Eredivisie league titles with 34 titles.

 

How many times have PSV won the Dutch league? PSV won the league 24 times most of which were achieved in the professional era.

 

The Dutch Eredivisie league is the top tier football competition in The Netherlands that has produced notable winners in the past and present.

 

The Dutch Eredivisie league is one of the oldest football league Competition in Europe with the first Championship awarded in 1898.

 

Although, the professional football league era in the country only began in 1954 and the creation of the Dutch Eredivisie in from the 1956–57 season.

 

The winner of the Eredivisie has crowned Champions of The Netherlands.

 

The Dutch Eredivisie consist of 18 clubs.

 

Most successful Eredivisie league winners

Ajax Amsterdam

When it comes to the Dutch Eredivisie, Ajax is the most successful team in the country with over 35 league titles.

 

Ajax remains a solid side and one of the most supported football club in-country and abroad.

 

During the early years, Ajax Amsterdam was not in the picture when it comes to winners of the Dutch league at that time.

It took the club about 28 years before it could win it was crowned national champions which came during the 1917–18 season.

Thus triumph was quickly followed by back to back wins winning the following season campaign in 1918–19.

 

However, it took the club another eleven years before adding a third title and this marked the beginning of the club’s dominance in the country.

 

Although PSV Eindhoven had always been the strongest opposition, matching Ajax Amsterdam at all times.

 

Ajax Amsterdam won the league in four successive seasons without having many difficulties and the only club that was able to match this record was PSV Eindhoven who had four titles in four consecutive seasons also.

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Since the start of the modern era of football Dutch Eredivisie, the club has won seven league titles including four consecutive seasons which is less than PSV Eindhoven ten titles.

In the professional era, Ajax Amsterdam boosts 27 seven titles and a total of 35 titles bringing together the titles of the amateur era.

Ajax Amsterdam has also ended up as runners on 23 occasions.

PSV Eindhoven

PSV Eindhoven is the second most successful team in the Dutch Eredivisie with a total of 24 titles most of which were achieved in the modern era of Dutch football.

PSV Eindhoven won its first league title in the 1928–29 season, waiting for another six years before adding a second in 1934–35.

 

The club has won the league four consecutive seasons twice which is a record better than Ajax Amsterdam who only achieved this record once in the club’s history.

PSV Eindhoven achieved this most recent in the professional era between 2004-05 to 2007-08 with Ajax Amsterdam achieved this record once in the professional era between 2010-11 to 2013-14.

The last time PSV Eindhoven won the league title was in the 2017–18 season.

 

PSV have also ended up as runners up in 15 times.

 

Feyenoord Rotterdam

When it comes to the Dutch Eredivisie league, Feyenoord Rotterdam is the third-best most successful team in the history of the division with 15 titles.

Feyenoord emerged Champions of the old era in 1923–24, followed by a second title three years later in 1926-27.

Following up with the success, the club also had mixed seasons where was able to challenge for the title with Ajax Amsterdam and PSV Eindhoven.

 

Feyenoord Rotterdam only managed to win the title once in the modern era during the 2016–17 season.

 

In total, Feyenoord has 10 titles in the professional era with the other five in the old era.

HVV Den Haag

HVV Den Haag is the fourth most successful team in the history of the Eredivisie league.

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The club lifted the title in the 1890–91 season which was the first league triumph and the last time was in the 1913–14 season.

Sparta Rotterdam

Sparta Rotterdam is the fifth most successful club in the Dutch Eredivisie history with six titles.

 

Although unlike their city rivals Feyenoord Rotterdam, Sparta also boosts a reasonable number of titles in the domestic scene.

Sparta won its first title in 1908–09 with the last triumph in 1958–59.

 

The club has won a single league title in the professional era of football in The Netherlands while the remaining five were achieved during the old football era in the country.

Sparta has never ended any season as runners up.

RAP

RAP was a football club that played most of its seasons in the old Netherlands Football League Championship.

 

The club won five league titles.

Go Ahead Eagles

Go Ahead Eagles is the seventh most successful team in league history with four titles.

 

The Eagles claimed a first league title in 1916–17 and the last was achieved in the 1932–33 season.

 

The club has also ended up as runners up in five seasons and has never won a single title in the professional and modern era.

 

Other notable Champions

Koninklijke HFC – Titles 3
Willem II – Titles 3
HBS Craeyenhout – Titles 3
AZ – Titles 2
Heracles Almelo – Titles 2
ADO Den Haag – Titles 2
RCH – Titles 2

 

Dutch Eredivisie winners list, Most Champions in history

2020–21 Ajax Amsterdam
2019–20 Abandoned (Covid-19)
2018–19 Ajax Amsterdam
2017–18 PSV Eindhoven
2016–17 Feyenoord Rotterdam
2015–16 PSV Eindhoven
2014–15 PSV Eindhoven
2013–14 Ajax Amsterdam
2012–13 Ajax Amsterdam
2011–12 Ajax Amsterdam
2010–11 Ajax Amsterdam
2009–10 Twente
2008–09 AZ Alkmaar
2007–08 PSV Eindhoven
2006–07 PSV Eindhoven
2005–06 PSV Eindhoven
2004–05 PSV Eindhoven
2003–04 Ajax Amsterdam
2002–03 PSV Eindhoven
2001–02 Ajax Amsterdam
2000–01 PSV Eindhoven
1999–2000 PSV Eindhoven
1998–99 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1997–98 Ajax Amsterdam
1996–97 PSV Eindhoven
1995–96 Ajax Amsterdam
1994–95 Ajax Amsterdam
1993–94 Ajax Amsterdam
1992–93 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1991–92 PSV Eindhoven
1990–91 PSV Eindhoven
1989–90 Ajax Amsterdam
1988–89 PSV Eindhoven
1987–88 PSV Eindhoven
1986–87 PSV Eindhoven
1985–86 PSV Eindhoven
1984–85 Ajax Amsterdam
1983–84 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1982–83 Ajax Amsterdam
1981–82 Ajax Amsterdam
1980–81 AZ 67
1979–80 Ajax Amsterdam
1978–79 Ajax Amsterdam
1977–78 PSV Eindhoven
1976–77 Ajax Amsterdam
1975–76 PSV Eindhoven
1974–75 PSV Eindhoven
1973–74 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1972–73 Ajax Amsterdam
1971–72 Ajax Amsterdam
1970–71 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1969–70 Ajax Amsterdam
1968–69 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1967–68 Ajax Amsterdam
1966–67 Ajax Amsterdam
1965–66 Ajax Amsterdam
1964–65 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1963–64 DWS
1962–63 PSV Eindhoven
1961–62 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1960–61 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1959–60 Ajax Amsterdam
1958–59 Sparta Rotherham
1957–58 D.O.S
1956–57 Ajax Amsterdam

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1955–56 Rapid JC
1954–55 Willem II
1953–54 FC Eindhoven
1952–53 RCH
1951–52 Willem II
1950–51 PSV Eindhoven
1949–50 Limburgia
1948–49 SVV
1947–48 BVV Den Bosch
1946–47 Ajax Amsterdam
1945–46 Haarlem
1944–45 Did not hold
1943–44 De Volewijckers
1942–43 ADO
1941–42 ADO
1940–41 Heracles
1939–40 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1938–39 Ajax Amsterdam
1937–38 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1936–37 Ajax Amsterdam
1935–36 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1934–35 PSV Eindhoven
1933–34 Ajax Amsterdam
1932–33 Go Ahead
1931–32 Ajax Amsterdam
1930–31 Ajax Amsterdam
1929–30 Go Ahead
1928–29 PSV Eindhoven
1927–28 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1926–27 Heracles
1925–26 SC Enschede
1924–25 HBS Craeyenhout
1923–24 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1922–23 RCH
1921–22 Go Ahead
1920–21 NAC
1919–20 Be Quick 1887
1918–19 Ajax Amsterdam
1917–18 Ajax Amsterdam
1916–17 Go Ahead
1915–16 Willem II
1914–15 Sparta Rotherham
1913–14 HVV
1912–13 Sparta Rotherham
1911–12 Sparta Rotherham
1910–11 Sparta Rotherham
1909–10 HVV
1908–09 Sparta Rotherham
1907–08 Quick Den Haag
1906–07 HVV
1905–06 HBS Craeyenhout
1904–05 HVV
1903–04 HBS Craeyenhout
1902–03 HVV
1901–02 HVV
1900–01 HVV
1899–00 HVV
1898–99 RAP
1897–98 RAP
1896–97 RAP
1895–96 HVV
1894–95 HFC
1893–94 RAP
1892–93 HFC
1891–92 RAP
1890–91 HVV
1889–90 HFC
1888–89 Concordia

 

Conclusion

This article highlights the Dutch Eredivisie winners list, the most Champions in the history of the league.

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