1998–99 in Dutch football

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The 1998/1999 season in Dutch football was the 43rd season in the Eredivisie, where Feyenoord Rotterdam claimed the title, for the first time since 1993. Ajax Amsterdam won the Dutch National Cup.

Johan Cruijff-schaal[edit]

August 16, 1998
Ajax 0–2 PSV
Khokhlov 32'
Bruggink 53'
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Attendance: 39.500
Referee: Van der Ende

Eredivisie[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 Feyenoord Rotterdam 80 34 25 5 4 76 38 +38
2 Willem II Tilburg 65 34 20 5 9 69 46 +23
3 PSV Eindhoven 61 34 17 10 7 87 55 +32
4 Vitesse Arnhem 61 34 18 7 9 61 44 +17
5 Roda JC 60 34 17 9 8 59 50 +19
6 Ajax Amsterdam 57 34 16 9 9 73 41 +32
7 SC Heerenveen 54 34 14 12 8 53 41 +12
8 FC Twente 52 34 13 13 8 51 45 +6
9 AZ Alkmaar 48 34 12 12 10 52 60 -8
10 Fortuna Sittard 44 34 12 8 14 49 56 -7
11 NEC Nijmegen 39 34 10 9 15 42 56 -14
12 FC Utrecht 38 34 10 8 16 54 64 -10
13 De Graafschap 36 34 8 12 14 40 57 -17
14 MVV Maastricht 32 34 7 11 16 42 63 -21
15 Cambuur Leeuwarden 32 34 7 11 16 37 64 -27
16 RKC Waalwijk 27 34 6 9 19 41 62 -21
17 Sparta Rotterdam 26 34 7 5 22 37 71 -35
18 NAC Breda 23 34 4 11 19 41 61 -20
  • Champions League : Feyenoord Rotterdam and Willem II
  • Champions League qualification: PSV Eindhoven
  • UEFA Cup: Vitesse, Roda JC and Ajax (Cup Winners)
  • Promotion / relegation play-offs ("Nacompetitie"): RKC and Sparta
  • Relegated: NAC Breda

Topscorers[edit]

Position Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Ruud van Nistelrooy Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 31
2 Luc Nilis Belgium PSV Eindhoven 24
3 Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink Netherlands FC Twente 21
4 Michael Mols Netherlands FC Utrecht 20
5 Nikos Machlas Greece Vitesse Arnhem 18
6 Mariano Bombarda Spain Willem II Tilburg 17
Peter Van Houdt Belgium Roda JC 17
8 Julio Ricardo Cruz Argentina Feyenoord Rotterdam 16
Jack de Gier Netherlands NEC Nijmegen 16
Ronald Hamming Netherlands Fortuna Sittard 16

Awards[edit]

Dutch Footballer of the Year[edit]

Dutch Golden Shoe Winner[edit]

Feyenoord Winning Squad 1998-'99[edit]

Eerste Divisie[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 FC Den Bosch 77 34 23 8 3 80 35 +45
2 FC Groningen 64 34 19 7 8 69 33 +36
3 FC Emmen 61 34 19 4 11 53 37 +16
4 Helmond Sport 55 34 16 7 11 55 52 +3
5 FC Zwolle 54 34 15 9 10 57 42 +15
6 Excelsior Rotterdam 54 34 16 6 12 74 63 +11
7 Go Ahead Eagles 50 34 14 8 12 59 57 +2
8 FC Volendam 49 34 14 7 13 63 66 -3
9 FC Eindhoven 48 34 14 6 14 64 73 -9
10 ADO Den Haag 45 34 12 9 13 52 52 0
11 VVV-Venlo 42 34 12 6 16 59 66 -7
12 RBC Roosendaal 40 34 11 7 16 54 65 -11
13 BV Veendam 39 34 11 6 17 47 54 -7
14 Dordrecht '90 38 34 11 5 18 51 66 -15
15 HFC Haarlem 38 34 9 11 14 45 67 -22
16 TOP Oss 37 34 9 10 15 43 50 -7
17 Heracles Almelo 34 34 9 7 18 37 58 -21
18 SC Telstar 26 34 5 11 18 45 71 -26
  • Promoted : FC Den Bosch
  • Promotion / relegation play-offs ("Nacompetitie"): FC Groningen, Emmen, Helmond Sport, Zwolle, Excelsior and Dordrecht '90

Topscorers[edit]

Position Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Harry van der Laan Netherlands FC Den Bosch 30
2 Peter Hofstede Netherlands Helmond Sport / FC Emmen 22
3 Maurice Graef Netherlands VVV-Venlo 17
4 Marco Boogers Netherlands FC Volendam 16
John Lammers Netherlands RBC Roosendaal 16
Bert Zuurman Netherlands FC Eindhoven 16
7 Silvan Inia Netherlands FC Volendam 15

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Group A[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 RKC Waalwijk 16 6 5 1 0 11 3 +8
2 FC Zwolle 8 6 2 2 2 8 10 -2
3 Dordrecht '90 7 6 2 1 3 12 13 -1
4 FC Emmen 3 6 1 0 5 10 15 -5

Group B[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 Sparta Rotterdam 15 6 5 0 1 19 6 +13
2 FC Groningen 13 6 4 1 1 16 8 +8
3 Excelsior Rotterdam 7 6 2 1 3 16 18 -2
4 Helmond Sport 0 6 0 0 6 5 24 -19
  • Stayed : RKC Waalwijk and Sparta Rotterdam

KNVB Cup[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
March 9        
 FC Eindhoven  0
April 13
 PSV Eindhoven  5  
 PSV Eindhoven  1
March 9
     Fortuna Sittard  3  
 Fortuna Sittard  3
May 13 - Rotterdam
 FC Emmen  1  
 Ajax Amsterdam  2
March 10    
   Fortuna Sittard  0
 Feyenoord Rotterdam  2
April 14
 Vitesse Arnhem  1  
 Ajax Amsterdam  2
March 24
     Feyenoord Rotterdam  1  
 FC Zwolle  1
 Ajax Amsterdam  2  
 

Final[edit]


May 13, 1999
Ajax 2–0 (2–0) Fortuna Sittard
Gronkjaer 12', 15'
De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 25.000
Referee: Uilenberg

Dutch national team[edit]

References[edit]