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Eerste Divisie 1971-72

Eerste Divisie
Season 1971-72
Champions HFC Haarlem
Promoted FC Eindhoven
Fortuna Vlaardingen
PEC Zwolle
Roda JC
De Volewijckers
FC VVV
Relegated None: Tweede Divisie disbanded
From Eredivisie HFC Haarlem
AZ'67
To Eredivisie HFC Haarlem
AZ'67
Goals scored 1002
Average goals/game 2.38
1970-71
1972-73

The Dutch Eerste Divisie (English: First Division) in the 1971/1972 season was contested by 21 teams, five more than in the previous year. Due to the disbandment of the Tweede Divisie, six teams were promoted to the Eerste Divisie; the rest of the teams returned to amateur football. As a result of the disbandment, teams no longer could relegate to lower leagues. HFC Haarlem won the championship.

New entrants

Promoted from the Tweede Divisie 1970–71:

Relegated from the Eredivisie 1970-71:

League standings

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 HFC Haarlem 40 26 10 4 74 23 62 +51 Promoted to Eredivisie.
2 AZ'67 40 22 11 7 68 31 55 +37
3 sc Heerenveen 40 19 13 8 53 33 51 +20
4 Roda JC 40 20 9 11 53 42 49 +11
5 FC Eindhoven 40 16 14 10 50 47 46 +3
6 FC Wageningen 40 17 12 11 54 51 46 +3
7 PEC Zwolle 40 17 9 14 58 56 43 +2
8 SC Cambuur 40 15 12 13 48 40 42 +8
9 HVC 40 14 13 13 43 48 41 -5
10 Veendam 40 14 12 14 48 55 40 -7
11 De Graafschap 40 13 12 15 49 48 38 +1
12 Blauw-Wit Amsterdam 40 14 10 16 37 44 38 -7 Merged with DWS to form FC Amsterdam.
13 Fortuna SC 40 11 14 15 48 46 36 +2
14 Heracles 40 13 9 18 46 45 35 +1
15 Willem II 40 12 11 17 46 54 35 -8
16 VVV-Venlo 40 11 12 17 42 50 34 -8
17 SVV 40 12 10 18 44 54 34 -10
18 De Volewijckers 40 8 16 16 35 49 32 -14
19 Fortuna Vlaardingen 40 8 14 18 36 53 30 -17
20 Helmond Sport 40 9 12 19 39 63 30 -24
21 DFC 40 7 9 24 31 70 23 -39 Renamed FC Dordrecht for next season.

See also

References

  • Netherlands - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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