1970–71 Tweede Divisie

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Tweede Divisie
Season 1970-71
Champions De Volewijckers
Promoted 6 teams
Relegated 11 teams
Goals scored 705
Average goals/game 2.59

The Dutch Tweede Divisie in the 1970/1971 season was contested by 17 teams. The competition would be disbanded after this season, so eleven teams returned to amateur football (either forced or on a voluntary basis). De Volewijckers were the last champions and they were promoted to the Eerste Divisie along with five other teams.

New entrants[edit]

Relegated from the Eerste Divisie:

League standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 De Volewijckers 32 20 7 5 65 31 47 +34 Promoted to Eerste Divisie.
2 PEC 32 17 11 4 70 36 45 +34
3 FC Eindhoven 32 17 11 4 45 19 45 +26
4 Hermes DVS 32 17 6 9 51 29 40 +22 Relegated to amateur football.
5 Roda JC 32 12 15 5 34 27 39 +7 Promoted to Eerste Divisie.
6 SC Gooiland 32 11 11 10 41 43 33 -2 Relegated to amateur football.
7 Fortuna Vlaardingen 32 13 7 12 39 42 33 -3 Promoted to Eerste Divisie.
8 TSV NOAD 32 10 12 10 44 43 32 +1 Relegated to amateur football.
9 AGOVV Apeldoorn 32 12 8 12 35 41 32 -6
10 ZFC 32 9 12 11 42 42 30 0
11 VVV-Venlo 32 11 8 13 42 46 30 -4 Promoted to Eerste Divisie.
12 RCH 32 8 13 11 42 40 29 +2 Relegated to amateur football.
13 SV Limburgia 32 7 14 11 31 39 28 +8
14 VV Baronie 32 7 10 15 38 56 24 -18
15 RBC Roosendaal 32 5 13 14 32 57 23 -25
16 HFC EDO 32 6 7 19 28 59 19 -31
17 SC Drenthe 32 3 9 20 26 55 15 -29

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