Soccer / Football : Netherlands : First Division 2017/2018


Heerenv. 2.4.18
Odegaard to miss rest of season

Martin Odegaard will miss the rest of the season after reportedly breaking his metatarsal bone. The Norwegian midfielder came off the pitch injured during the 2-1 win over Heracles Almelo on Sunday. The Real Madrid youngster admits his loan spell with Heerenveen hasn't been a success and he is hoping to make a step up in the summer after two years in the Dutch Eredivisie.

1PSV814826-3-3 (32)
2Ajax735223-4-5 (32)
3Alkmaar683121-5-6 (32)
4Feyenord603418-6-8 (32)
5Utrecht50413-11-8 (32)
6Heerenv.46-112-10-10 (32)
7Vitesse451112-9-11 (32)
8Zwolle44-512-8-12 (32)
9Haag43-912-7-13 (32)
10Excelsior40-1011-7-14 (32)
11Heracles38-1710-8-14 (32)
12Groningen34-47-13-12 (32)
13Venlo34-157-13-12 (32)
14Willem II33-149-6-17 (32)
15Breda30-198-6-18 (32)
16Roda27-297-6-19 (32)
17Sparta27-367-6-19 (32)
18Twente23-215-8-19 (32)

Last results

19.4Ajax - Venlo4 : 1
19.4Utrecht - Groningen1 : 1
18.4Roda - PSV2 : 2
18.4Excelsior - Heracles2 : 2
18.4Alkmaar - Vitesse4 : 3
18.4Willem II - Feyenord1 : 5
18.4Sparta - Breda2 : 1
17.4Heerenv. - Haag2 : 0
17.4Twente - Zwolle2 : 0

Dutch First Division stats

home wins45 %
draws24 %
away wins31 %

League format : Soccer / Football : Netherlands : First Division 2017/2018

There are two professional football leagues in the Netherlands, the First Division (Eredivisie) and the Second Division (Eerste or Gouden Gids Divisie). The Dutch First Division consists of 18 teams. Each team faces every other team twice during the season, once at home and once away. At the end of the campaign, the first placed team in the Dutch First Division automatically advances to the group stage of the UEFA Champions League, while the runner-up plays the qualifying rounds to enter the competition.

At the foot of the table, only the 18th placed team is automatically relegated to the Second Division. This team will be replaced by the Second Division champion. The 16th and 17th-place clubs in the First Division have to play promotion/relegation playoff (Nacompetitie) that includes six high-placed teams from the Second Division. There are two pools containing four teams. Each group has one First Division club and three teams from the Second Division. In both playoff groups, each club plays each other home and away. The group winners qualify for to the First Division, with the other six teams going to the Dutch Second Division.

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