Championships: 1924, 1928, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1969, 1971, 1974, 1984, 1993, 1999, 2017
KNVB Cup: 1930, 1935, 1965, 1969, 1980, 1984, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 2008, 2016, 2018
- Champions League/European Cup: 1970
- UEFA Cup: 1974, 2002
- Eddy Pieters Graafland
- Ed de Goey
- Eddy Treijtel
- Jerzy Dudek
Feyenoord Stats & History
Feyenoord was founded in a Rotterdam pub as FC Wilhelmina in 1908. The club changed their name three times in their first four years of existence, settling on SC Feijenoord in 1912. In 1921, Feijenoord earned a promotion to the top tier of Dutch soccer for the first time.
They won their first major trophy in the Feyenoord team stats in 1924, a Dutch soccer championship. Feijenoord, who spelled their name that way until 1974, won their second national title just four years later. Feyenoord won their first Dutch Cup in the most satisfying way possible. They defeated Rotterdam rivals Excelsior 1-0 to claim the title.
In 1933, Feyenoord moved to the Feijenoord Stadium, which is commonly known as De Kuip today. The Feyenoord Rotterdam team stats show that they won their fifth national title in 1940. However, the team struggled for a couple of decades post-WWII. Regardless, they were one of the first professional Dutch soccer clubs. They participated in the first season of the Eredivisie in 1954-55 and have never been relegated.
Feyenoord developed a contentious rivalry with Ajax, known as De Klassieker. In 1961 and 1962, Feyenoord won their first two Eredivisie championships. They reached the semifinals of the 1962-63 European Cup, but had their biggest European triumph seven years later. In 1970, Feyenoord won the European Cup for the first time in their history by defeating Celtic in the final.
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Four years later, Feyenoord became the first Dutch team to win the second-tier UEFA Cup. This time, they defeated Tottenham Hotspur, 4-2 on aggregate. In 1984, Feyenoord won their first domestic double by winning the Eredivisie and KNVB Cup. The 90s were Feyenoord’s best decade from a major trophy standpoint, though. They won the Eredivisie twice and added four Dutch Cup trophies.
Feyenoord’s last major European trophy was the 2002 UEFA Cup, which they won over Borussia Dortmund. They are regular participants in UEFA competitions and made the final of the inaugural Europa Conference League in 2022. They lost 1-0 to AS Roma in the final. Betting advice usually recommends considering Feyenoord as title contenders. They haven’t finished lower than fifth in the Eredivisie since the 2010-11 season. In a group with Lazio, FC Midtjylland and Sturm Graz, the 2022-23 Europa League odds favor Feyenoord and Lazio to advance.