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1980–81 Eredivisie

Eredivisie
Season 1980-81
Champions AZ '67 (1st title)
Promoted FC Groningen
FC Wageningen
Relegated SBV Excelsior
FC Wageningen
European Cup AZ '67
Cup Winners' Cup AFC Ajax
UEFA Cup FC Utrecht
Feyenoord
PSV Eindhoven
Goals scored 1059
Average goals/game 3.46
Top goalscorer Netherlands Ruud Geels
Sparta Rotterdam 22 goals [1]
1979-80
1981-82

The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1980/1981 season was contested by 18 teams. AZ '67 won the championship.

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 AZ '67 34 27 6 1 101 30 60 +71 Qualified for 1981-82 European Cup.
2 AFC Ajax 34 22 4 8 88 54 48 +34 Qualified for 1981-82 European Cup Winners' Cup. [1]
3 FC Utrecht 34 18 9 7 67 33 45 +34 Qualified for 1981-82 UEFA Cup.
4 Feyenoord 34 18 9 7 74 48 45 +26
5 PSV Eindhoven 34 18 8 8 62 31 44 +31
6 FC Twente 34 16 7 11 60 49 39 +11
7 Sparta Rotterdam 34 15 6 13 75 71 36 +4
8 MVV Maastricht 34 12 10 12 53 65 34 -12
9 PEC Zwolle 34 10 10 14 42 49 30 -7
10 Willem II 34 11 7 16 49 69 29 -20
11 Roda JC 34 9 10 15 67 75 28 -8
12 Go Ahead Eagles 34 10 8 16 63 75 28 -12
13 NAC 34 9 9 16 46 66 27 -20
14 FC Den Haag 34 12 3 19 53 79 27 -26
15 FC Groningen 34 8 9 17 49 72 25 -23
16 NEC 34 6 13 15 38 63 25 -25
17 SBV Excelsior 34 5 11 18 39 67 21 -28 Relegated to Eerste Divisie.
18 FC Wageningen 34 6 9 19 33 63 21 -30

[1] AZ '67 also won the KNVB Cup, thereby taking the double. They would participate in the European Cup, so finalists AFC Ajax would play in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

References

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