1893–94 Netherlands Football League Championship

Netherl. Football Championship
Season 1893-94
Champions RAP (2nd title)

The Netherlands Football League Championship 1893/1894 was contested by six teams from the cities Amsterdam, The Hague, Haarlem, Rotterdam and Wageningen. The teams participated in the competition that would later be called Eerste Klasse West. But since the western football district of the Netherlands was the only one to have a competition at the time, it could be regarded as a national championship. This was also the reason that Go Ahead Wageningen participated, as they would later play in the eastern division. RAP Amsterdam won the championship.

New entrants

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 RAP 10 8 0 2 27 8 16 +19
2 Koninklijke HFC 10 7 0 3 31 13 14 +18
3 HVV Den Haag 10 6 1 3 20 20 13 0
4 Sparta Rotterdam 10 4 1 5 14 24 9 -10
5 Go Ahead Wageningen 10 3 0 7 16 22 6 -6
6 Victoria Rotterdam 10 1 0 9 9 30 2 -21 Not participating next season.


  • RSSSF Eerste Klasse West
  • RSSSF Netherlands Football League Championships 1898-1954

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