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Eredivisie (Netherlands), 2024/2025, all matches

The Eredivisie is the top division of Dutch football, founded in 1956. The league has 18 teams that compete for the title during a season that runs from August to May. The Eredivisie is known for its attacking play and the development of young talent.

Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord are the most successful clubs in the history of the Eredivisie. Ajax holds the record for most titles, having won the league 37 times, including the 2023/2024 season. PSV has 24 titles, while Feyenoord has 16.

Ajax won the 2023/2024 season again after a dominant performance throughout the season. Under the guidance of coach Maurice Steyn, the team has shown outstanding results. Key players such as Dusan Tadic and Brian Brobbey played key roles in the club's success. Tadic was the team's top scorer with 20 league goals.

PSV finished second, showing strong results under coach Ruud van Nistelrooy. One of the team's key players was Cody Gakpo, who showed great skills and was named the league's top assist provider.

Feyenoord finished the season in third place. The team under Arne Sloth continues to be among the leaders of Dutch football. Key players such as Orkun Kokcu and Luitsharel Geertruida have made significant contributions to the club's success.

The Eredivisie is known for its exciting and spectacular derbies. The matches between Ajax and Feyenoord stand out in particular, attracting a lot of attention from fans and often having a decisive impact on the league standings.

One of the most prolific goalscorers in the history of the Eredivisie is Willy van der Kuylen, who has scored 311 goals in his career. In recent years, players like Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Memphis Depay have also made their mark on Dutch football.

The Eredivisie is also known for its young talent. Many players like Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten and Dennis Bergkamp began their careers in the Netherlands before moving to top clubs in Europe. Young stars like Ryan Gravenberch and Jurrien Timber have stood out in the league in recent years.

The Eredivisie clubs continue to show consistent results on the international stage. Ajax and PSV regularly participate in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, showing strong results and competitiveness.

The football infrastructure in the Netherlands is also developing. Modern stadiums such as the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam and the Philips Stadium in Eindhoven provide excellent conditions for matches and attract fans from all over the country.

The Eredivisie continues to be an important part of European football, combining a rich history with modern trends. The league attracts fans every year with its exciting matches and top-class players.