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The Netherlands Football League Championship (Dutch: Nederlands landskampioenschap voetbal) is a Dutchmarker national football championship that began in 1888, and became official in 1898. The current winners are always the same as those of the Eredivisie, which began in the 1956-57 season.

Until 1954, Dutch football was an amateur competition. The national champion was determined by means of a championship competition between the champions of the different head classes, which were divided regionally until 1950. When in 1954, professional football was introduced, this system continued to exist initially, but in the 1955-56 season the Eredivisie was introduced. The champion of Eredivisie since then is also automatic national champion.

List of champions

Championships:
Year Club Location
1888-89 VV Concordia Rotterdammarker
1889-90 Koninklijke HFC Haarlemmarker
1890-91 HVV Den Haag Den Haagmarker
1891-92 RAP Amsterdammarker
1892-93 Koninklijke HFC Haarlem
1893-94 RAP Amsterdam
1894-95 Koninklijke HFC Haarlem
1895-96 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1896-97 RAP Amsterdam
1897-98 RAP Amsterdam
1898-99 RAP Amsterdam
1899-1900 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1900-01 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1901-02 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1902-03 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1903-04 HBS Craeyenhout Den Haag
1904-05 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1905-06 HBS Craeyenhout Den Haag
1906-07 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1907-08 Quick Den Haag
1908-09 Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam
1909-10 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1910-11 Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam
1911-12 Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam
1912-13 Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam
1913-14 HVV Den Haag Den Haag
1914-15 Sparta Rotterdam Rotterdam
1915-16 Willem II Tilburg Tilburgmarker
1916-17 Go Ahead Eagles Deventermarker
1917-18 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1918-19 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1919-20 Be Quick 1887 Groningenmarker
1920-21 NAC Breda Bredamarker
1921-22 Go Ahead Eagles Deventer
1922-23 Racing Club Hemsteede Haarlem*
1923-24 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1924-25 HBS Craeyenhout Den Haag
1925-26 Sportclub Enschede Enschedemarker
1926-27 Heracles Almelo Almelomarker
1927-28 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1928-29 PSV Eindhoven Eindhoven
1929-30 Go Ahead Eagles Deventer
1930-31 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1931-32 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1932-33 Go Ahead Eagles Deventer
1933-34 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1934-35 PSV Eindhoven Eindhoven
1935-36 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1936-37 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1937-38 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1938-39 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1939-40 Feyenoord Rotterdam
1940-41 Heracles Almelo Almelo
1941-42 ADO Den Haag Den Haag
1942-43 ADO Den Haag Den Haag
1943-44 Volewijckers Amsterdam
1944-45 not held (Dutch famine of 1944)**
1945-46 HFC Haarlem Haarlem
1946-47 AFC Ajax Amsterdam
1947-48 BVV 's-Hertogenboschmarker
1948-49 Schiedamse Voetbal Vereniging Schiedammarker
1949-50 SV Limburgia Brunssummarker
1950-51 PSV Eindhoven] Eindhoven
1951-52 Willem II Tilburg Tilburg
1952-53 RCH Heemstedemarker*
1953-54 EVV Eindhoven Eindhoven
1954-55 Willem II Tilburg Tilburg
1955-56 Rapid JC Heerlenmarker


[*] RCH moved in 1932, from Haarlem to the neighboring neighbour municipality of Heemstede. For this reason, it eventually changed its name in 1965 from the name of Racing Club Haarlem to Racing Club Heemstede.

[**] In the southern district some games for the 1944-45 competition were played, but the competition was rapidly cancelled.

Title statistics

These tables include the championships from the Eredivisie which was automatically the national champion after 1956.

Number of championship titles per club:
club number
AFC Ajax 29
PSV Eindhoven 21
Feyenoord 14
HVV Den Haag 10
Sparta Rotterdam 6
RAP 5
Go Ahead Eagles 4
HBS Craeyenhout, Koninklijke HFC, Willem II Tilburg, 3
Heracles Almelo, ADO Den Haag, Racing Club Heemstede, AZ 2
AFC DWS, DOS, Rapid JC, FC Eindhoven, SV Limburgia, Schiedamse Voetbal Vereniging, BVV, HFC Haarlem, Volewijckers, Sportclub Enschede, NAC Breda, Be Quick, Quick Den Haag, Concordia Rotterdam* 1
Total number of championships 120


Number of championship titles per city
City Championships Clubs
Amsterdammarker
36
Ajax (29), RAP Amsterdam (5), DWS (1), De Volewijckers (1)
Eindhovenmarker
22
PSV (21), FC Eindhoven (1)
Rotterdammarker
21
Feyenoord (14), Sparta (6), VV Concordia (1)
Den Haagmarker
16
HVV (10), HBS (3), ADO Den Haag (2), Quick Den Haag (1)
Haarlemmarker
5
HFC (3), RCH (1), Haarlem (1)
Deventermarker
4
Go Ahead Eagles (4)
Tilburgmarker
3
Willem II (3)
Alkmaarmarker
2
AZ (1), AZ'67 (1)
Almelomarker
2
Heracles (2)
Bredamarker
1
NAC (1)
Brunssummarker
1
Limburgia (1)
Enschedemarker
1
SC Enschede (1)
Groningenmarker
1
Be Quick (1)
Heemstedemarker
1
RCH (1)
Heerlenmarker
1
Rapid JC (1)
's-Hertogenboschmarker
1
BVV (1)
Schiedammarker
1
SVV (1)
Utrechtmarker
1
DOS (1)
Total number of championships
120


Most championship titles per province:
Province Championships Clubs
Noord-Holland 44 Ajax (29), RAP (5), HFC (3), RCH (2), AZ (2), DWS (1), Haarlem (1), Volewijckers (1)
Zuid-Hollandmarker 38 Feyenoord (14), HVV (10), Sparta (6), HBS (3), ADO (2), VV Concordia (1), Quick (1), SVV (1)
Noord-Brabantmarker 27 PSV (21), Willem II (3), BVV (1), Eindhoven (1), NAC (1)
Overijssel 7 Go Ahead (4), Heracles (2), SC Enschede (1)
Limburg 2 SV Limburgia (1), Rapid JC (1)
Groningenmarker 1 Be Quick 1887 (1)
Utrechtmarker 1 DOS (1)
Total number of championships 120



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