Dutch Eredivisie Tickets

Quick Facts: Dutch Eredivisie
  • Current Champions
    • Ajax
    Top Teams
    • Ajax
    • PSV
    • FC Twente
    • AZ Alkmaar
  • Biggest Stadium
    • Amsterdam Arena
    Star Players
    • Ola Toivonen
    • Luuk De Jong
    • Balazs Dzsudzsak
    • Theo Janssen
  • Domestic Cups
    • KNVB Cup
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Eredivisie tickets online are slowly becoming a hot commodity as the quality of football in Dutch top flight is making the people from outside the Netherlands want to buy cheap Eredivisie tickets. Giants Ajax and PSV Eindhoven have big ambitions every season and they usually fight each other to the death for the league title, but teams like AZ Alkmaar and Twente have managed to break the big two of late and they are adding extra excitement to the title race. Add to that traditionally difficult sides to beat such as Feyenoord, Groningen, Utrecht and Heerenveen, and you will see why Dutch football is followed all over the world.

Ajax Amsterdam is without a doubt the most popular football club in Holland, as well as the most decorated one, having won 30 league titles, 18 national cups and 4 European Champions Cup titles. The club also boast the best youth academy in world football and the constant emergence of new talent is certainly helping the Amsterdammers stay close to the top of Dutch league football. The club face a really tough task of trying to keep hold of their star players with so many European clubs interested season after season, and that is why they have experienced some difficulties on both domestic and European stage of late.

PSV Eindhoven, on the other hand, are doing their best to upstage fierce rivals Ajax and they have been the best Dutch side in the first decade of the 21st century, having won no less than six league titles in that period. Constant success on domestic stage and decent performances in Europe allow PSV to keep attracting hottest young talent from other Eredivisie sides, with recent captures of Tim Matavz, Dries Mertens and Kevin Strootman likely to make the club from Eindhoven very competitive in years to come.

While nobody was surprised to see the aforementioned Dutch giants fight for domestic honours, the same cannot be said of Twente, the team that were a mere spectator in Dutch top flight up until recently. However, the Tukkers have seen a major uptrend in fortunes over the last few years, even winning their first ever league title in 2010. The club from Enschede narrowly missed on the title the following year, but they won the KNVB Beker trophy, thus proving they feel really good in their new position in Dutch football.

AZ Alkmaar were the first club to break the big two in the new era, having won the league title in 2009, and they have since remained very close to the top of the standings. This club don’t seem to have the finances to cope with the spending power of their title rivals, so they are forced to bring virtually unknown players and turn them into Eredivisie stars, but that is a strategy they have practiced to perfection.