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Eerste Divisie 1987-88

Eerste Divisie
Season 1987-88
Champions RKC Waalwijk
Promoted RKC Waalwijk
SC Veendam
MVV
Goals scored 1053
Average goals/game 3.07
1986-87
1988-89

The Dutch Eerste Divisie in the 1987/1988 season was contested by 19 teams. RKC Waalwijk won the championship.

New entrants

Relegated from the Eredivisie 1986-87

League standings

Pos Club P W D L Pts GF GA
1 RKC Waalwijk 36 31 3 2 65 104 30 Promotion to Eredivisie
2 SC Veendam 36 19 13 4 51 66 39
3 MVV 36 17 10 9 44 65 39 Period champions
4 De Graafschap 36 16 12 8 44 58 42
5 NEC 36 17 8 11 42 68 51
6 FC Eindhoven 36 14 12 10 40 58 47
7 RBC 36 14 12 10 40 55 50 Period champions
8 Excelsior 36 14 10 12 38 48 42
9 Vitesse 36 14 8 14 36 58 67 Period champions
10 sc Heerenveen 36 14 6 16 34 59 52
11 SC Cambuur 36 11 12 13 34 55 57
12 Go Ahead Eagles 36 11 12 13 34 49 51
13 Telstar 36 14 6 16 34 61 71
14 FC Wageningen 36 11 9 16 31 51 67
15 SVV 36 11 7 18 29 57 72
16 Helmond Sport 36 5 15 16 25 36 57
17 NAC Breda 36 9 7 20 25 45 69
18 FC Emmen 36 5 12 19 22 29 59
19 SC Heracles 36 5 6 25 16 31 91

Promotion competition

In the promotion competition, four period winners (the best teams during each of the four quarters of the regular competition) played for promotion to the eredivisie.

Pos Club P W D L Pts GF GA
1 MVV 6 5 0 1 10 17 6 Promotion to Eredivisie
2 Vitesse 6 2 1 3 5 10 14
3 RBC 6 2 1 3 5 8 13
4 De Graafschap 6 1 2 3 4 8 10

See also

References

  • Netherlands - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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