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1962–63 Eredivisie

Eredivisie
Season 1962-63
Champions PSV Eindhoven (4th title)
Promoted Heracles
Relegated Willem II
De Volewijckers
European Cup PSV Eindhoven
Cup Winners' Cup Willem II
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup DOS
Goals scored 822
Average goals/game 3.42
Top goalscorer Netherlands Pierre Kerkhofs
PSV Eindhoven 22 goals [1]
1961-62
1963-64

The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1962/1963 season was contested by 16 teams. PSV Eindhoven won the championship. Last year, there were still sixteen participants, so there was only one promoted team this year.

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 PSV Eindhoven 30 17 8 5 67 38 42 +29 Qualified for 1963-64 European Cup
2 AFC Ajax 30 17 5 8 73 41 39 +32
3 Sparta Rotterdam 30 17 5 8 60 38 39 +22
4 Feijenoord 30 14 9 7 58 40 37 +18
5 SC Enschede 30 12 9 9 58 46 33 +12
6 NAC 30 11 10 9 51 48 32 +3
7 DOS 30 13 6 11 37 44 32 -7 Qualified for 1963-64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
8 GVAV 30 12 6 12 52 47 30 +5
9 MVV Maastricht 30 11 7 12 45 49 29 -4
10 ADO Den Haag 30 9 10 11 41 36 28 +5
11 Blauw-Wit Amsterdam 30 12 4 14 48 56 28 -8
12 Fortuna '54 30 12 4 14 44 54 28 -10
13 FC Volendam 30 8 11 11 50 53 27 -3
14 Heracles 30 9 8 13 54 62 26 -8
15 Willem II 30 7 8 15 53 68 22 -15 Qualified for 1963-64 European Cup Winners' Cup [1]
16 De Volewijckers 30 2 4 24 31 102 8 -71 Relegated to Eerste Divisie.

[1] Willem II were also relegated to the Eerste Divisie, so represented the Netherlands in the 1963-64 European Cup Winners' Cup as a 2nd Division club.

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