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1963–64 Eredivisie

Eredivisie
Season 1963-64
Champions DWS (1st title)
Promoted DWS
Go Ahead
Relegated Blauw-Wit Amsterdam
FC Volendam
European Cup DWS
Cup Winners' Cup Fortuna '54
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup DOS
Goals scored 825
Average goals/game 3.43
Top goalscorer Netherlands Frans Geurtsen
DWS 28 goals [1]
1962-63
1964-65

The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1963/1964 season was contested by 16 teams. DWS (just promoted to the eredivisie this year) won the championship.

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 DWS 30 19 5 6 58 28 43 +30 Qualified for 1964-65 European Cup.
2 PSV Eindhoven 30 18 5 7 66 42 41 +24
3 SC Enschede 30 14 11 5 63 45 39 +18
4 Feijenoord 30 16 5 9 77 33 37 +44
5 AFC Ajax 30 13 8 9 63 40 34 +23
6 NAC 30 14 6 10 56 53 34 +3
7 Fortuna '54 30 10 10 10 50 48 30 +2 Qualified for 1964-65 European Cup Winners' Cup
8 GVAV 30 11 8 11 46 45 30 +1
9 DOS 30 12 6 12 52 54 30 -2 Qualified for 1964-65 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
10 ADO Den Haag 30 12 6 12 47 60 30 -13
11 MVV Maastricht 30 9 9 12 40 53 27 -13
12 Go Ahead 30 7 10 13 42 62 24 -20
13 Heracles 30 8 7 15 44 65 23 -21
14 Sparta Rotterdam 30 6 10 14 34 52 22 -18
15 Blauw-Wit Amsterdam 30 5 8 17 44 71 18 -27 Relegated to Eerste Divisie
16 FC Volendam 30 4 10 16 43 74 18 -31

See also

References

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