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1961–62 Eredivisie

Eredivisie
Season 1961-62
Champions Feijenoord (7th title)
Promoted Blauw-Wit Amsterdam
FC Volendam
De Volewijckers
Relegated DWS/A
VVV '03
Rapid JC
European Cup Feijenoord
Cup Winners' Cup Sparta Rotterdam
Goals scored 1075
Average goals/game 3.51
Top goalscorer Netherlands Dick Tol -
FC Volendam 27 gls.[1]
1960-61
1962-63

The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1961/1962 season was contested by 18 teams. Feijenoord won the championship.

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 Feijenoord 34 20 10 4 88 35 50 +53 Qualified for 1962-63 European Cup.
2 PSV Eindhoven 34 21 7 6 85 43 49 +42
3 Blauw-Wit Amsterdam 34 16 9 9 71 54 41 +17
4 AFC Ajax 34 16 7 11 80 59 39 +21
5 NAC 34 15 8 11 60 49 38 +11
6 MVV Maastricht 34 12 12 10 55 46 36 +9
7 FC Volendam 34 15 4 15 69 76 34 -7
8 Willem II 34 14 5 15 63 52 33 +11
9 Sparta Rotterdam 34 12 9 13 46 50 33 -4 Qualified for 1962-63 European Cup Winners' Cup.
10 DOS 34 10 12 12 61 62 32 -1
11 De Volewijckers 34 13 6 15 68 87 32 -19
12 Fortuna '54 34 11 9 14 57 61 31 -4
13 GVAV 34 8 14 12 48 61 30 -13
14 SC Enschede 34 11 8 15 55 69 30 -14
15 ADO 34 9 11 14 58 69 29 -11
16 DWS/A 34 7 14 13 38 63 28 -25 Relegated to Eerste Divisie.
17 VVV '03 34 10 7 17 38 62 27 -24
18 Rapid JC 34 6 8 20 35 77 20 -42

See also

References

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