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Dutch League (Eredivisie)

Ajax
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Ajax Amsterdam

34x Dutch champion

4x winner UEFA Champions League

 

2018-2019:

Ranking Eredivisie: 1

Champions League: Semi-finals


PSV
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PSV Eindhoven

24x Dutch Champion

1x winner UEFA Champions League


2018-2019:

Ranking Eredivisie: 2

Champions League: Group (4th)

Feyenoord
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Feyenoord Rotterdam

15x Dutch champion

1x winner UEFA Champions League

 

2018-2019:

Ranking Eredivisie: 3

Europe League: Preliminary round

AZ
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AZ Alkmaar

2x Dutch champion

 

2018-2019:

Ranking Eredivisie: 4

Europe League: Preliminary round

FC Twente
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FC Twente

1x Dutch champion 
The Dutch League is one of the best starting points for talented soccer players. They usually get plenty of playing time and the level is still very competitive. Dutch top teams like Ajax Amsterdam, PSV Eindhoven and Feyenoord Rotterdam are playing almost every year in the highest European competitions. Several legendary players from all over the world have made their first steps in the international football on the Dutch fields. They include Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Ajax, 2001-2004), Ronaldo (PSV, 1994-1996), Luis Suarez (FC Groningen, 2006-2007; Ajax, 2007-2011) and many, many others.


The Dutch competition is very attractive to all types of football players. The names of the clubs are legendary, because in the past they were the best of Europe several times: Ajax in 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1995, Feyenoord in 1970 and PSV in 1988. Moreover, the Dutch national soccer team was three times the runner-up in the World Cup (1974, 1978, and 2010).


Especially for young football players that are at the start of their careers the Dutch competition offers many opportunities. It is the best showcase there is when you want to display your skills. When you look at the careers of the above mentioned players, but also at hundreds of other examples, you should easily get convinced of the chances that the Dutch competition offers.


Peleus Sports Management has many high quality contacts with Dutch clubs and their representatives. We also have the best knowledge about the possibilities of the various clubs, and what matches the best with your specific qualities.

To get more information of the possibilities, please get in contact with us.