2002–03 in Dutch football

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The 2002/2003 season in Dutch football was the 47th season in the Eredivisie, where PSV Eindhoven claimed the title while FC Utrecht won the Dutch National Cup by defeating Feyenoord Rotterdam in the final.

Johan Cruijff-schaal[edit]

August 11, 2002
Ajax 3–1 PSV
Van der Vaart 41', 76'
Mido 54'
Kezman 10'
Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Attendance: 40.000
Referee: Van Hulten

Eredivisie[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 PSV Eindhoven 84 34 26 6 2 87 20 +67
2 Ajax Amsterdam 83 34 26 5 3 96 32 +64
3 Feyenoord Rotterdam 80 34 25 5 4 89 39 +50
4 NAC Breda 52 34 13 13 8 42 31 +11
5 NEC Nijmegen 51 34 14 9 11 41 40 +1
6 Roda JC 50 34 14 8 12 58 54 +4
7 SC Heerenveen 47 34 13 8 13 61 55 +6
8 FC Utrecht 47 34 12 11 11 49 49 0
9 RKC Waalwijk 46 34 14 4 16 44 51 -7
10 AZ Alkmaar 44 34 12 8 14 50 69 -19
11 Willem II Tilburg 42 34 11 9 14 48 51 -3
12 FC Twente 41 34 10 11 13 36 45 -9
13 RBC Roosendaal 41 36 10 6 18 33 54 -21
14 Vitesse Arnhem 33 34 8 9 17 37 51 -14
15 FC Groningen 32 34 7 11 16 28 44 -16
16 FC Zwolle 32 34 8 8 18 31 62 -31
17 Excelsior Rotterdam 23 34 5 8 21 38 72 -34
18 De Graafschap 23 34 6 5 23 35 84 -49
  • Champions League : PSV Eindhoven
  • Champions League qualification : Ajax Amsterdam
  • UEFA Cup : Feyenoord, NAC, NEC and FC Utrecht
  • Promotion / relegation play-offs ("Nacompetitie") : FC Zwolle and Excelsior
  • Relegated : De Graafschap

Topscorers[edit]

Position Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Mateja Kezman Serbia PSV Eindhoven 35
2 Pierre van Hooijdonk Netherlands Feyenoord Rotterdam 28
3 Dirk Kuijt Netherlands FC Utrecht 20
4 Thomas Buffel Belgium Feyenoord Rotterdam 18
Rafael van der Vaart Netherlands Ajax Amsterdam 18
6 Rick Hoogendorp Netherlands RKC Waalwijk 16
7 Matthew Amoah Ghana Vitesse Arnhem 15
8 Zlatan Ibrahimović Sweden Ajax Amsterdam 13
9 Orlando Engelaar Netherlands NAC Breda 12
Arjen Robben Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 12

Awards[edit]

Dutch Footballer of the Year[edit]

Dutch Golden Shoe Winner[edit]

PSV Winning Squad 2002-2003[edit]

Eerste Divisie[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 ADO Den Haag 83 34 26 5 3 74 20 +54
2 FC Emmen 75 34 23 6 5 66 33 +33
3 Helmond Sport 64 34 19 7 8 72 44 +28
4 Heracles Almelo 60 34 18 6 10 78 52 +26
5 FC Den Bosch 60 34 18 6 10 62 38 +24
6 FC Volendam 60 34 18 6 10 61 44 +17
7 Go Ahead Eagles 58 34 17 7 10 74 55 +19
8 Sparta Rotterdam 45 34 13 6 15 60 62 -2
9 TOP Oss 44 34 13 5 16 48 68 -20
10 FC Eindhoven 41 34 11 8 15 41 49 -8
11 Cambuur Leeuwarden 40 34 12 4 18 54 77 -23
12 Stormvogels Telstar 38 34 11 5 18 37 45 -8
13 VVV-Venlo 37 34 10 7 17 42 60 -18
14 HFC Haarlem 35 34 9 8 17 31 63 -32
15 Fortuna Sittard 32 34 8 8 18 43 53 -10
16 MVV Maastricht 32 34 8 8 18 35 53 -18
17 BV Veendam 32 34 8 8 18 37 66 -29
18 FC Dordrecht 24 34 6 6 22 31 64 -33
  • Promoted : ADO Den Haag
  • Promotion / Relegation play-offs ("Nacompetitie") : Emmen, Heracles, Den Bosch, Volendam and Go Ahead Eagles

Topscorers[edit]

Position Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Donny de Groot Netherlands FC Emmen 30
2 Rik Platvoet Netherlands Heracles Almelo 26
3 Danny Koevermans Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 25
4 Stefan Jansen Netherlands FC Den Bosch 20
5 Jan Bruin Netherlands Cambuur Leeuwarden 19
6 Ugur Yildirim Netherlands Go Ahead Eagles 18
7 Roy Stroeve Netherlands ADO Den Haag 17
Koen van de Laak Netherlands FC Den Bosch 17
Ronald Hamming Netherlands Fortuna Sittard 17

Promotion and relegation[edit]

Group A[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 FC Zwolle 14 6 4 2 0 12 5 +7
2 Helmond Sport 10 6 3 1 2 9 10 -1
3 FC Den Bosch 10 6 2 1 3 7 10 -3
4 Go Ahead Eagles 3 6 1 0 5 9 12 -3

Group B[edit]

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 FC Volendam 12 6 4 0 2 12 7 +5
2 FC Emmen 9 6 3 0 3 6 6 0
3 Excelsior Rotterdam 9 6 3 0 3 8 9 -1
4 Heracles Almelo 6 6 2 0 4 6 10 -4
  • Stayed : FC Zwolle
  • Promoted : FC Volendam
  • Relegated : Excelsior Rotterdam

KNVB Cup[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
March 4        
 Excelsior Rotterdam  1
April 15
 FC Utrecht  3  
 FC Utrecht  2
March 5
     PSV Eindhoven  1  
 PSV Eindhoven  2
June 1 - Rotterdam
 SC Heerenveen  1  
 Feyenoord Rotterdam  1
March 5    
   FC Utrecht  4
 Feyenoord Rotterdam  3
April 16
 Vitesse Arnhem  1  
 Feyenoord Rotterdam  1
March 5
     Ajax Amsterdam  0  
 Ajax Amsterdam  4
 FC Groningen  1  
 

Dutch national team[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]