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1988–89 Eredivisie

Eredivisie
Season 1988-89
Champions PSV (11th title)
Promoted RKC
MVV
Veendam
Relegated PEC Zwolle
VVV
Veendam
European Cup PSV
Cup Winners' Cup FC Groningen
UEFA Cup Ajax
FC Twente
Feyenoord
Goals scored 906
Average goals/game 2.96
Top goalscorer Brazil Romário
PSV 19 goals [1]

The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1988/1989 season was contested by 18 teams. PSV won the championship.

League standings

Pos Team GP W D L Pts GF GA GD
1 PSV 1 34 24 5 5 53 78 31 47 European Cup
2 Ajax 34 22 6 6 50 74 32 42 UEFA Cup
3 FC Twente 34 11 18 5 40 47 25 22
4 Feyenoord 34 15 10 9 40 66 52 14
5 Roda JC 34 13 12 9 38 52 38 14
6 FC Groningen 1 34 14 8 12 36 62 51 11 Cup Winners' Cup
7 BVV Den Bosch 2 34 15 6 13 36 48 53 -5
8 Fortuna Sittard 34 11 12 11 34 40 37 3
9 FC Volendam 34 13 7 14 33 42 51 -9
10 HFC Haarlem 34 11 11 12 33 37 50 -13
11 RKC 2 34 11 9 14 31 53 61 -8
12 Sparta 34 9 12 13 30 42 50 -8
13 FC Utrecht 34 11 7 16 29 49 57 -8
14 MVV 34 10 9 15 29 41 58 -17
15 Willem II 34 8 11 15 27 50 68 -18
16 PEC Zwolle 34 8 9 17 25 48 70 -22 Relegation to Eerste Divisie
17 VVV 34 5 14 15 24 40 62 -22
18 Veendam 34 8 8 18 24 37 60 -23

1 PSV alson won the KNVB Cup, thereby taking the double. They would participate in the European Cup, so finalists FC Groningen could play in the Cup Winners' Cup.
2 Clubs participating in the Intertoto Cup 1989.

See also

References

  1. EredivisieStats.nl - topscorers
  • RSSSF

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