1905–06 Netherlands Football League Championship

Netherl. Football Championship
Season 1905-1906
Champions HBS Craeyenhout (2nd title)

The Netherlands Football League Championship 1905/1906 was contested by sixteen teams participating in two divisions. The national champion would be determined by a play-off featuring the winners of the eastern and western football division of the Netherlands. HBS Craeyenhout won this year's championship by beating PW 3-2 and 4-2.

Divisions

Eerste Klasse East

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 PW 10 8 2 0 47 16 18 +31 Qualified for Championship play-off.
2 Koninklijke UD 10 5 2 3 30 28 12 +2
3 RKVV Wilhelmina 10 5 1 4 35 38 11 -3
4 Vitesse 10 4 1 5 32 28 9 +4
5 GVC Wageningen 10 4 0 6 40 39 8 +1
6 Quick Nijmegen 10 1 0 9 24 59 2 -35

Eerste Klasse West

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 HBS Craeyenhout 18 13 1 4 59 33 27 +36 Qualified for Championship play-off.
2 HVV Den Haag 18 10 3 5 46 28 23 +18
3 Koninklijke HFC 18 9 4 5 49 32 22 +17
4 Sparta Rotterdam 18 9 2 7 42 40 20 +2
5 Ajax Sportman Combinatie 18 7 3 8 37 48 17 -11
6 DFC 18 6 4 8 45 43 16 +2
7 CVV Velocitas 18 6 3 9 43 61 15 -18
8 USV Hercules 18 5 4 9 38 50 14 -12
9 HFC Haarlem 18 5 3 10 39 47 13 -8
10 HC & CV Quick 18 5 3 10 29 45 13 -16

Championship play-off

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
HBS Craeyenhout 7-4 PW 3-2 4-2

HBS Craeyenhout won the championship.

References

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