1994–95 AFC Ajax season
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|Manager||Louis van Gaal|
|Johan Cruijff Shield||Winners|
Patrick Kluivert (18)
Jari Litmanen (27)
During the 1994–95 Dutch football season, AFC Ajax competed in the Eredivisie. Ajax won a league-cup double. They won their 25th Dutch title in style, not losing a single match all season and scoring 106 goals. Ajax also won their fourth European Cup, defeating A.C. Milan 1-0 in the final. This Ajax squad is considered to be one of the best teams in football history.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Between 1994 to 1996, Ajax completed an unbeaten run of 52 domestic matches + 19 UEFA Champions League matches, while the 1995 year is considered as the peak of that. The 1995 Ajax team remained unbeaten for a full year, in Europe and in domestic league, a run of 48 matches overall. The feat of winning, simultaneously, both champions league and domestic league without a single defeat, is an historical achievement, unmatched by any other team.
|21 August 1994||Ajax||3 – 0||Feyenoord||Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam|
Referee: John Blankenstein (Den Haag)
UEFA Champions League
|Round 1 14 September 1994||Ajax||2 – 0||Milan||Olympisch Stadium, Amsterdam|
|20:30||R. de Boer 51'
Referee: Antonio López Nieto (Spain)
|Round 2 28 September 1994||AEK Athens||1 – 2||Ajax||Nikos Goumas Stadium, Nea Filadelfeia|
|21:30||Savevski 30'||Report||Litmanen 33'
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)
|Round 3 19 October 1994||Casino Salzburg||0 – 0||Ajax||Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna|
Referee: Kurt Röthlisberger (Switzerland)
|Round 4 2 November 1994||Ajax||1 – 1||Casino Salzburg||Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam|
|20:30||Litmanen 85'||Report||Kocijan 63'||Attendance: 41,000
Referee: Les Mottram (Scotland)
|Round 5 23 November 1994||Milan||0 – 2||Ajax||Stadio Nereo Rocco, Trieste|
Baresi 66' (o.g.)
Referee: Peter Mikkelsen (Denmark)
|Round 6 7 December 1994||Ajax||2 – 0||AEK Athens||Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam|
|20:30||Oulida 7', 81'||Report||Attendance: 39,138
Referee: Jorge Coroado (Portugal)
|First Leg 1 March 1995||Hajduk Split||0 – 0||Ajax||Poljud, Split|
Referee: Ryszard Wójcik (Poland)
|Second Leg 15 March 1995||Ajax||3 – 0||Hajduk Split||Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam|
F. de Boer 43', 67'
Referee: Ion Crăciunescu (Romania)
|First Leg 5 April 1995||Bayern Munich||0 – 0||Ajax||Olympiastadion, Munich|
Referee: Ahmet Çakar (Turkey)
|Second Leg 19 April 1995||Ajax||5 – 2||Bayern Munich||Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam|
|20:30||Litmanen 12', 46'
R. de Boer 44'
Scholl 75' (pen.)
Referee: Sándor Puhl (Hungary)
|24 May 1995||Ajax||1 – 0||Milan||Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna|
|20:30||Kluivert 85'||Report||Attendance: 49,730
Referee: Ion Crăciunescu (Romania)
- Davids was born in Paramaribo, Suriname, but qualified to represent the Netherlands internationally and made his international debut for the Netherlands in April 1994.
- Musampa was born in Kinshasa, Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo), but qualified to represent the Netherlands internationally and represented them at U-20 and U-21 level.
- Seedorf was born in Paramaribo, Suriname, but qualified to represent the Netherlands internationally through holding Dutch citizenship and made his international debut for the Netherlands in December 1994.
- Wooter was born in Paramaribo, Suriname, but qualified to represent the Netherlands internationally and represented them at U-18 and U-21 level.
- Milan were deducted two points for crowd trouble against Casino Salzburg on Matchday Two.