Question: Who are the teams that share a rivalry with Ajax?

De Klassieker (The Classic) is the main football rivalry of the Netherlands, between Ajax (of Amsterdam) and Feyenoord (of Rotterdam).

Are PSV and Ajax rivals?

The rivalry between Ajax and PSV , most commonly known as De Topper is one of the main football rivalries of the Netherlands. Although not as charged as De Klassieker, the rivalry between the two sides has increased in intensity over the past three decades.

Who is PSV rival?

Ajax PSVs main rivalry is with Ajax, with both teams regularly competing for the league title in the last forty years.

Who is the man on Ajax logo?

Commissioned in the early 1990s, as they embarked on another golden period under Louis van Gaal, the figure of Greek hero Ajax the Great — in full battle armour — is drawn with 11 lines each symbolising the number of players that make up a football team.

Which football clubs are friends?

7 Football Clubs With Interesting Links & FriendshipsHere are 7 football clubs with interesting links & friendships:Fiorentina and Torino.Schalke and Nuremberg.Atletico Nacional and Chapecoense.Athletic Club & Southampton.Napoli and Genoa.Juventus and Notts County.Partizan and PAOK.20 Oct 2019

Who is Ajax biggest rival?

Feyenoord De Klassieker (The Classic) is the main football rivalry of the Netherlands, between Ajax (of Amsterdam) and Feyenoord (of Rotterdam).

What team is better PSV or Feyenoord?

PSV have a slightly better record with 21 wins, 78 goals scored and 63 conceded. Feyenoord were victorious on 18 occasions, while 12 games ended in stalemates.

Who is the current captain of PSV?

Marco van Ginkel PSV head coach Roger Schmidt has confirmed at the press conference ahead of Wednesdays clash with Galatasaray that Marco van Ginkel will be the new club captain, with Cody Gakpo becoming vice-captain.

Which league is PSV?

Eredivisie UEFA Europa LeagueKNVB Cup PSV Eindhoven/Leagues

Why do AJAX have 3 stars on their shirt?

Since 2006, all Swedish football clubs that have won ten or more Swedish championships have added a star above their badge. This innovation was suggested by PSV, after the club won its twentieth title in 2007. Ajax currently have the right to wear three stars since they have won the league more than 30 times.

What clubs do Manchester United own?

Manchester UnitedConnahs Quay Nomads F.C.Desportivo Brasil.F.C. Twente.Fluminense Football Club.Manglerud Star Toppfotball.Parramatta Eagles (defunct)IF Brommapojkarna (defunct)Livingston F.C.More items

What clubs do Chelsea own?

The Stamford Bridge freehold, the pitch, the turnstiles and Chelseas naming rights are now owned by Chelsea Pitch Owners, a non-profit organisation in which fans are the shareholders.

Is Ajax better than Feyenoord?

Ajax and Feyenoord are the first and third most successful clubs in the Netherlands respectively, with Ajax winning more silverware than Feyenoord in nearly every competition: 73 to 39 .Honours.AjaxDomestic honoursFeyenoord20KNVB Cup139Johan Cruyff Shield41 more row

Is Feyenoord a good team?

Feyenoord is one of the most successful clubs in Dutch football, winning 15 Eredivisie titles, 13 KNVB Cups, and 4 Johan Cruyff Shields. Internationally, it has won one European Cup, two UEFA Cups, and one Intercontinental Cup. Feyenoord is known as a peoples club with a huge national and international support.

What is the Dutch soccer club called?

The Dutch Football League is organized by the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB, Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbalbond). The most successful teams are Ajax (34), PSV (23) and Feyenoord (15).

Which league is PSV in?

Eredivisie UEFA Europa LeagueKNVB Cup PSV Eindhoven/Leagues

Why do PSV have two stars?

2 mei 2007 - Source: PSV have won the twentieth title and each star represents ten titles, a custom that has been applied in foreign countries for some time. The two stars may be put on display on the new PSV shirt.

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