How to Watch the Netherlands 2022–23 Dutch Eredivisie Live Streams Online (Free Trial)from Anywhere It has been a summer of change in the Eredivisie as it so often is, but new players and old faces alike are set to take to the field on Friday 5th August as the 2022/23 campaign gets underway.
Can Ajax achieve a third straight Eredivisie crown for the first time since a run of four ending in 2013/14 after losing some big names, or will their old foes Feyenoord and PSV step up to the plate to oust them from the top spot this time around?
Despite the odds-on price about Ajax becoming champions for a record-extending 37th time, they won the league by a mere two-point margin last time around, suggesting that such an outcome is by no means an inevitability.
We’ve taken a good look at the finer details, so read on and stick with us for all of your Eredivisie betting needs!
2022–23 Dutch Eredivisie
Dutch Eredivisie 2022-23 Eredivisie winner odds Ajax are warm favourites for the Eredivisie title this season with PSV relatively close in behind. Ajax’s bitter rivals Feyenoord take a distant third spot in the odds list while AZ Alkmaar make up the top-four in the betting.
*All odds correct as of 21:00, 25th July 2022 on bet365.
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1: SC Heerenveen
Sportclub Heerenveen is a Dutch football club from Heerenveen. They currently play in the Eredivisie, the top level of football in the Netherlands Dutch Eredivisie.
2: Sparta Rotterdam
Sparta Rotterdam is a Dutch professional football club based in Rotterdam. Established on 1 April 1888, Sparta Rotterdam is the oldest professional football team in the Netherlands Dutch Eredivisie.
3: AFC Ajax
Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax, also known as AFC Ajax, Ajax Amsterdam, or simply Ajax, is a Dutch professional football club based in Amsterdam, that plays in the Eredivisie, the top tier in Dutch football Dutch Eredivisie.
4: Alkmaar Zaanstreek
Alkmaar Zaanstreek, better known as AZ Alkmaar or simply AZ, is a Dutch professional football club from Alkmaar and the Zaanstreek. The club plays in the Eredivisie, the highest professional football league in the Netherlands, and hosts home matches at the AFAS Stadion Dutch Eredivisie.
5: SC Cambuur Leeuwarden
SC Cambuur-Leeuwarden, also known as SC Cambuur, or simply Cambuur, is a Dutch football club from the city of Leeuwarden formed on 19 June 1964. They currently play in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football, after winning the 2020–21 Eerste Divisie title Dutch Eredivisie.
6: FC Emmen
FC Emmen is a Dutch football club based in Emmen, Drenthe. They play in the Eerste Divisie, the second tier of Dutch football, but will play in the Eredivisie from the 2022–23 season after winning the 2021–22 Eerste Divisie title. Founded in 1925, the club entered the professional Eerste Divisie in 1985.
7: SBV Excelsior
Excelsior Rotterdam, commonly known as Excelsior, is a Dutch professional football club based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. They will play in the Eredivisie from the 2022–23 season following promotion. The club was founded on 23 July 1902 and was formerly known as “Rotterdamse Voetbal en Atletiek Vereniging Excelsior” Dutch Eredivisie.
8: Feyenoord Rotterdam
Feyenoord Rotterdam is a Dutch professional football club in Rotterdam, which plays in the Eredivisie, the top tier in Dutch football Dutch Eredivisie.
9: Fortuna Sittard
Fortuna Sittard is a football club in Sittard, Netherlands. The club currently plays its football in the 12,500 capacity Fortuna Sittard Stadion and features in the Eredivisie Dutch Eredivisie.
10: Go Ahead Eagles
Go Ahead Eagles are a Dutch professional football club from the city of Deventer. They play in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football, having achieved promotion from the second tier Eerste Divisie in the 2020-21 season. The club’s home stadium since 1920 is De Adelaarshorst.
11: FC Groningen
Football Club Groningen is a Dutch professional association football club based in Groningen, province of Groningen. Founded on 16 June 1971 as the successor of GVAV, the team currently compete in the Eredivisie, the highest tier of Dutch football Dutch Eredivisie.
12: Nijmegen Eendracht Combinatie
NEC Nijmegen, commonly known as NEC, is a professional Dutch association football club based in Nijmegen. The club currently competes in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football, following promotion from the 2020–21 Eerste Divisie Dutch Eredivisie.
13: PSV Eindhoven
Philips Sport Vereniging, abbreviated as PSV and internationally known as PSV Eindhoven, is a Dutch sports club from Eindhoven, Netherlands, that plays in the Eredivisie, the top tier in Dutch football Dutch Eredivisie.
14: RKC Waalwijk
RKC Waalwijk is a Dutch professional football club based in Waalwijk, that currently competing in the Eredivisie. Its name is derived from ‘Rooms Katholieke Combinatie’ and was established as a merger of HEC, WVB and Hercules
15: FC Twente
Football Club Twente is a Dutch professional football club from the city of Enschede, sometimes known internationally as Twente Enschede. The club was formed in 1965 by the merger of 1926 Dutch champions Sportclub Enschede with Enschedese Boys Dutch Eredivisie.
16: FC Utrecht
Football Club Utrecht is a Dutch professional football club based in Utrecht. The club competes in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football, and plays its home matches at the Stadion Galgenwaard. The club was formed in 1970 as a merger between local clubs VV DOS, USV Elinkwijk and Velox Dutch Eredivisie.
17: SBV Vitesse
SBV Vitesse Arnhem, widely known as Vitesse, is a Dutch professional football club located in the municipality of Arnhem. Established on 14 May 1892, Vitesse is one of the oldest professional football clubs in the Eredivisie. Since 1998, the club has played its home games at the GelreDome
18: FC Volendam
Football Club Volendam is a professional football club based in Volendam, Netherlands. They play in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football from the 2022–23 season following promotion
This is set to be a season of transition for defending champions Ajax, they lost their enigmatic manager Erik ten Hag to Manchester United while big stars of the squad Lisandro Martinez, Nicolas Tagliafico, Sebastien Haller and Ryan Gravenberch have followed him out of the exit door.
That list of names doesn’t even cover the full extent of leavers and while some of the approximate £110m generated from the sales of those players has been reinvested in the likes of winger Steven Bergwijn, Europa League finalist Calvin Bassey and local lad Brian Brobbey, such an upheaval of playing staff could have a negative effect as new boss Alfred Schreuder tries to implement his ideas.
As for Feyenoord, they were well off the title pace despite finishing third and they have lost two of their biggest stars during the summer. Without obvious replacements for Tyrell Malacia and Luis Sinisterra at the time of writing, it is difficult to see how the Rotterdammers will match the other members of the traditional Dutch ‘Big Three’ this season.
The bookmakers aren’t really giving AZ Alkmaar a prayer despite being fourth in the betting and that is for good reason, their best chance of a first Eredivisie crown since 2008/09 came in the abandoned season when they were going tit for tat with Ajax. However, the Cheese Heads have never looked like challengers since, having to settle for a fifth-placed finish after ending 2021/22 with a four-game winless run ahead of a relatively quiet summer on the transfer front.
That takes us on nicely to the main selection, PSV have a largely settled squad and despite the departures of Mario Gotze, Ritsu Doan and Eran Zahavi, their group has not suffered such a heavy rotation as others touted to be in the race.
Now headed by legendary Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy, his ideas may take root quickly given that he has held coaching roles at the club since 2016.
A serial winner as a player, van Nistelrooy has already brought four players in from the Jong side, so it will be interesting to see if the next generation of PSV talent such as attacking pair Johan Bakayoko and Ismael Saibari can produce breakout seasons in the senior side.
The evidence is that they just might, with Bakayoko (G17, A10) and Saibari (G5, A6) producing a mammoth 38 goal involvements between them in the second-tier last time around. That is not to mention the addition of proven Eredivisie talent, former AZ man Guus Til and scorer of 94 goals for PSV, Luuk de Jong, who recently plied his trade at Barcelona!
PSV haven’t exactly splashed the cash like their rivals, but some smart acquisitions combined with a new manager who knows the club inside out could just be the perfect recipe for the Eindhoveners to close that pesky two-point gap in what will surely be an exciting Eredivisie title race in 2022/23.