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Encyclopedia > Dutch Football League

The Dutch Football League is organized by the Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbal Bond (KNVB, Royal Dutch Football Association). There are two divisions for professional football teams in the Netherlands: a premier division (eredivisie) of 18 teams and a first division (eerste divisie) of 19 teams. Previously, a second division was also in existence, but it was discontinued after the 1970/1971 season.

The most successful teams are Ajax Amsterdam (29 titles as of 2004), PSV Eindhoven (17) and Feyenoord Rotterdam (14). Important teams of the past are HVV (8 titles), Sparta (6 titles) and Willem II (3 titles).

Teams in the premier division (2004-2005)

Teams in the first division (2004-2005)

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