1994–95 in Dutch football

1994–95 in Dutch football

The 1994/95 season in Dutch football saw Ajax Amsterdam winning the title in the Eredivisie, while Feyenoord Rotterdam won the Dutch National Cup. For the first time in history of Dutch professional football a club stayed unbeaten in the highest league. Ajax' only loss in 49 official matches came in the quarterfinals of the KNVB Cup, when it lost to eventual champions Feyenoord.

There were five players who didn't miss a single minute in the Eredivisie this season: Michael Reiziger and Frank de Boer (Ajax), Wilfried Brookhuis (NEC Nijmegen), Maarten Atmodikoro (Dordrecht'90), and Hans Vonk (RKC Waalwijk).

Super Cup

Since 1991 the annual opening of the new football (soccer) season is played between the reigning champions and the Cup Winners of the previous season. The Cup was named PTT Telecom Cup for three years (1991-1993), then Super Cup and since 1996 the trophy played for is officially called the "Johan Cruijff Schaal", named after Dutch football legend Johan Cruijff.

----footballbox
date = August 21, 1994
team1 = Ajax
score = 3–0
report =
team2 = Feyenoord
goals1 = Litmanen 13'
Oulida 21'
Kluivert 25'
goals2 =
stadium = Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam
Attendance: 23.500
Referee: Blankenstein
----

Eredivisie

Promotion and relegation

Group A

Group B

*Promoted : Fortuna Sittard and De Graafschap
*Relegated: Dordrecht '90 and MVV Maastricht

KNVB Cup

Round8
February 24|SC Heerenveen|3|NAC|2
March 8|Ajax|1|"'Feyenoord|2
February 25|SC Heracles|0|FC Volendam|1
March 8|FC Utrecht|2|Ajax II|1
March 22|SC Heerenveen|0|Feyenoord|1
March 22|FC Utrecht|0|FC Volendam|1
May 25 - Rotterdam|Feyenoord|2|FC Volendam|1


=Dutch national team=

footballbox
date = September 7, 1994
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|LUX
score = 0–4
report =
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 =
goals2 = Roy 24'
R. de Boer 65'
R. de Boer 67'
Jonk 90'
stadium = Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg
Attendance: 8.120
Referee: Snoddy (NIR)

footballbox
date = October 12, 1994
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|NOR
score = 1–1
report =
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 = Rekdal 51'
goals2 = Roy 21'
stadium = Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo
Attendance: 22.000
Referee: McCluskey (SCO)

footballbox
date = November 16, 1994
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 0–0
report =
team2 = fb|CZE
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 45.000
Referee: Puhl (HUN)

footballbox
date = December 14, 1994
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 5–0
report =
team2 = fb|LUX
goals1 = Mulder 7'
Roy 17'
Jonk 40'
R. de Boer 52'
Seedorf 90'
goals2 =
stadium = De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 26.000
Referee: Roduit (SUI)

footballbox
date = January 17, 1995
Friendly
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|FRA
goals1 =
goals2 = Loko 45'
stadium = Galgenwaard Stadium, Utrecht
Attendance: 15.000
Referee: Piraux (BEL)

footballbox
date = February 22, 1995
Friendly
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 0–1
report =
team2 = fb|POR
goals1 =
goals2 = Pedro Barbosa 8'
stadium = Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 25.300
Referee: Veissière (FRA)

footballbox
date = March 29, 1995
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|NED
score = 4–0
report =
team2 = fb|MLT
goals1 = Seedorf 39'
Bergkamp 78' (pen)
Winter 80'
Kluivert 85'
goals2 =
stadium = De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 30.288
Referee: Orrason (ISL)

footballbox
date = April 26, 1995
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|CZE
score = 3–1
report =
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 = Skuhravý 49'
Nemecek 59'
Berger 62'
goals2 = Jonk 7'
stadium = Letná Stadium, Prague
Attendance: 17.462
Referee: Krug (GER)

footballbox
date = June 7, 1995
ECQ (Group 5)
team1 = fb-rt|BLR
score = 1–0
report =
team2 = fb|NED
goals1 = Gerasimets 25'
goals2 =
stadium = Dynamo Stadium, Minsk
Attendance: 28.000
Referee: Porumboiu (ROM)

References

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesn/ned95ext.html RSSSF Archive]
* [http://www.epsig.nl/sport_voetbal_nl_1994_1995.html Epsig]


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