|Full name||Jaïro Jocquim Riedewald|
|Date of birth||9 September 1996|
|Place of birth||Haarlem, Netherlands|
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17:23, 14 October 2017 (UTC).
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 20:24, 16 November 2016 (UTC)
On 15 March 2013 Riedewald signed his first professional contract with Ajax, a product of the Ajax Youth Academy having joined the club from SV Overbos at the age of 11. His first contract with the club was a three-year contract binding him to the club until 2016. On 21 December 2013 he made his professional debut in the Eerste Divisie, the second tier of professional football in the Netherlands, playing for the reserves team Jong Ajax, in a match against VVV-Venlo which ended in a 5–1 away loss.
On 14 December 2013, Ajax head coach Frank de Boer announced the inclusion of Riedewald in the first team squad for the away match against SC Cambuur on 15 December 2013. Not having made an appearance in that fixture it was the first time he was called for the first team. He made his debut for the first team on 19 December 2013 in the KNVB Cup match against IJsselmeervogels. The match ended in a 3–0 away win, with Riedewald coming on for Daley Blind in the 73rd minute of the match. Three days later he made his Eredivisie debut against Roda JC Kerkrade. After Bojan Krkić, Riedewald was substituted on as well in the 80th minute, where he replaced Christian Poulsen, quickly scoring two goals, after trailing 1–0, helping Ajax to a 2–1 away victory, hereby becoming the youngest scoring debutant in the club and league history with 17 years, 104 days. The youngest scoring player before him in the Dutch Eredivise was Jeroen Lumu with 17 years, 111 days, while Marco van Basten was the youngest scoring debutant at the club with 17 year, 154 days of age.
Since January 2014 Riedewald became a permanent member of the first team at Ajax. On 27 February 2014, Riedewald made his continental debut for Ajax in the UEFA Europa League away match against Red Bull Salzburg which resulted in a 3–1 loss where he replaced Christian Poulsen in the 63rd minute.
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After Niklas Moisander departed the club at the start of the 2015-16 season, Ajax manager Frank de Boer decided to choose Riedewald as the new partner of Joël Veltman in central defense. In de Klassieker against Feyenoord on 7 February 2016, Riedewald got injured soon after kick-off; he had broken his left ankle, which meant his season was finished. Until that moment, he had only missed one league game due to suspension. He returned early from injury on 1 May 2016, replacing Kenny Tete in the 76th minute in a match against FC Twente.
After Ajax lost the Eredivisie title to PSV on the last matchday of the season by drawing to De Graafschap, manager De Boer decided to leave the club. His successor Peter Bosz decided to use Riedewald more as a defensive midfielder during the opening of the season. On 15 September 2016, Riedewald scored the rebound of Davy Klaassen's missed penalty in a Europa League match against Panathinaikos, his first goal for Ajax since his debut match.
On 24 July 2017, it was announced that Riedewald had signed a five-year contract with English Premier League side Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee.
Born in Haarlem, Riedewald is of mixed Dutch, Surinamese and Indonesian heritage. His father hails from Suriname, while his mother is of half Dutch, half Indonesian descent. This was revealed in an interview with Riedewald prior to the off-season tour of Indonesia in 2014 by AFC Ajax of Holland.
- As of match played 14 October 2017 
|Club||Season||League||National Cup||League Cup||Continental||Other||Total|
|Crystal Palace||2017–18||Premier League||4||0||0||0||1||0||—||—||5||0|
- Reserves performance
- As of match played 16 February 2015
|Jong Ajax||2013–14||Eerste Divisie||10||0|
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