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Founded:1954
Number of teams:18 (last 2 descend, 3. plays relegation)
Champions League:2 teams
Europa League:3 teams
Winner of league:plays for Johan Cruijff Schaal with the winner KNVB Beker
Club City Stadium Capacity
 1.      AFC Ajax Amsterdam Amsterdam ArenA 52 960
 2.      Feyenoord Rotterdam Rotterdam De Kuip 51 177
 3.      PSV Eindhoven Eindhoven Philips Stadion 35 186
 4.      FC Twente Twente De Grolsch Veste 30 205
 5.      SBV Vitesse Arnhem GelreDome 26 600
 6.      SC Heerenveen Heerenveen Abe Lenstra Stadion 26 100
 7.      FC Utrecht Utrecht Stadion Galgenwaard 24 500
 8.      FC Groningen Groningen Euroborg 22 414
 9.      Roda JC Kerkrade Parkstad Limburg Stadion 19 979
 10.      NAC Breda Breda Rat Verlegh Stadion 17 064
 11.      AZ Alkmaar Alkmaar AFAS Stadion 17 000
 12.      ADO Den Haag Den Haag Kyocera Stadion 15 000
 13.      Willem II Tilburg Koning Willem II Stadion 14 500
 14.      FC Zwolle Zwolle IJsseldelta Stadion 12 500
 15.      Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam Sparta Stadion 11 926
 16.      Heracles Almelo Almelo Polman Stadion-almelo 8 500
 17.      VVV Venlo Venlo Seacon Stadion 8 000
 18.      SBV Excelsior Rotterdam Stadion Woudestein 3 541

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Amsterdam Arena after renovation in 2020


Amsterdam - Amsterdam ArenaAmsterdam - Amsterdam Arena12.03.2017: The Ajax stadium, built in 1996, was considered to be one of the most modern arenas in the world at that time. To preserve its reputation as one of the most modern grounds in the world, it has to undergo some changes from time to time. And that is why Ajax presented their project of a progressive redevelopment of the arena which will go on until 2020. Another reason for launching the project is the fact that Amsterdam intends to be one of the venues for the 2020 World Cup.

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History of Philips Stadion, the one and only home of PSV Eindhoven


Eindhoven - Philips StadionEindhoven - Philips Stadion14.07.2016: The second most successful team in the history of Dutch football, PSV Eindhoven, have been playing their matches at Philips Stadion, formerly known as Philips Sportpark, since the club was founded in 1913. At first, there was merely a pitch, and in 1915 a wooden stand was added, which could hold 550 spectators. Seventeen years later, the stadium capacity was increased to 900. The Phillips Sportpark, as it was then called, became a real stadium in 1941 when it was turned into an athletics stadium with a capacity of 18,000.

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Amsterdam Arena, the most modern arena at one time


Amsterdam ArenAAmsterdam ArenA13.10.2015: The multi-purpose Amsterdam ArenA has a capacity of 53,000 and is thus the largest stadium in the Netherlands. And at the time of its construction it was considered to be the most modern stadium in the world. Originally, a new stadium in Amsterdam was designed as a venue for the 1992 Summer Olympics. In the end, the Netherlands were not awarded the Olympics, so the plans for construction of an athletics stadium were abandoned.

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Tour of De Kuip, home ground of Feyenoord Rotterdam


Rotterdam - De KuipRotterdam - De Kuip07.10.2015: It has been the home ground of one of the best-known Dutch clubs, Feyenoord Rotterdam – the famous De Kuip. In March the stadium celebrated its 78th anniversary. Although the club management presented an ambitious project to build a brand new stadium, it is clear that the legendary De Kuip will not be forgotten. It has left a permanent trace in the history of football. Plans for construction of De Kuip were devised in the 1930s, when the then President of the club Leen van Zandvliet came up with an idea of building a modern stadium, which would, unlike any other stadium in Europe, have two-tier stands.

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