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AZ Alkmaar 3 - 1 Vitesse. Vitesse 1 - 0 Feyenoord. Willem II 0 - 2 Vitesse. Vitesse 1 - 1 SC Heerenveen. PEC Zwolle 2 - 1 Vitesse.
HHC 0 - 3 Vitesse. Vitesse 2 - 0 Fortuna Sittard. FC Groningen 1 - 1 Vitesse. Last matches Feyenoord. Feyenoord 3 - 0 SC Heerenveen. VVV-Venlo 0 - 3 Feyenoord.
Wolfsberger AC 1 - 0 Feyenoord. Feyenoord 0 - 0 Heracles. Feyenoord 0 - 2 Dinamo Zagreb. Feyenoord 1 - 1 FC Utrecht. CSKA Moscow 0 - 0 Feyenoord 1.
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After the successful season, Feyenoord experienced a lean period and were unable to finish the season in a higher position than third.
When Wim Jansen was appointed as the interim manager to replace Günder Bengtsson and Pim Verbeek after a 6—0 defeat against PSV, the outlook began to improve for the club.
Feyenoord progressed to the final, where they beat BVV Den Bosch 1—0 to win the competition. PSV were beaten 1—0 by a Marian Damaschin goal to add another honour to the club's achievements.
In , Feyenoord secured another Dutch Championship by beating Groningen 5—0 in the last league match of the season. They eventually lost to Real Zaragoza.
Ajax was leading 1—0 when Ruud Heus equalised with a penalty just before full-time. In extra time, Feyenoord became the only team to defeat Ajax the same season they won the Eredivisie and the Champions League unbeaten.
The goal scored by Mike Obiku was the decider as the new golden goal rule became in use. A total of 14, Feyenoord fans travelled to Germany to support the team against Mönchengladbach.
Feyenoord made their UEFA Champions League debut in —98 , finishing third in their group behind Manchester United and Juventus. However, Juventus was beaten 2—0 in Rotterdam, with both Feyenoord goals scored by Julio Cruz.
However, later in the evening, heavy rioting started. During the — season, Feyenoord participated in the Champions League for the second time.
This time, the club managed to finish second in their group, behind Rosenborg BK and ahead of Borussia Dortmund. Chelsea won both clashes and, as a result, Feyenoord had to win their last group match away to Marseille to reach the knockout stages.
The final result was 0—0, and Feyenoord were eliminated. Feyenoord again participated in the Champions League in —02 , finishing third in a group containing Bayern Munich , Sparta Prague and Spartak Moscow.
By defeating SC Freiburg and Rangers , Feyenoord faced fellow Dutch club PSV in the quarter-finals.
Feyenoord took a 2—0 lead thanks to another free-kick goal and a penalty by Van Hooijdonk. Jon Dahl Tomasson then made it 3—1 and things looked good for Feyenoord.
A huge party erupted in and outside De Kuip not only because of the title, but also because the final was held several days after Rotterdam's political figure Pim Fortuyn was murdered.
As a result of Fortuyn's murder, the cup was not officially celebrated in the city centre. The UEFA Cup win was the start of a long dry spell for Feyenoord.
In the —03 season , the club finish third in the Eredivisie, as well as reach the final of the KNVB Cup , which was lost 1—4 to Utrecht.
However, in the following years, Feyenoord disappointed in both the Eredivisie and KNVB Cup. In between, in Feyenoord and chairman Jorien van den Herik were both found not guilty.
Following the prosecutor 's appeal, and despite three years of investigations, the trial verdict was upheld. Nonetheless, the prosecution stated it would not yet abandon its case.
The —06 season ended in disappointment for Feyenoord. The team pursued the Dutch championship for most of the season, but eventually lost out to champions PSV.
Ajax, which finished several points behind in the regular league, were Feyenoord's opponent in the play-offs. Ajax outclassed them and Feyenoord lost out on a Champions League place.
In the —07 season , the nightmare grew even bigger. The supporters saw their two star players leave to Chelsea Salomon Kalou and Liverpool Dirk Kuyt.
At the same time, it became clear Feyenoord were in an appalling financial state despite earlier comments made by chairman Jorien van den Herik, who claimed that the club was financially healthy.
Supporters' unrest grew into anger when Feyenoord bought Angelos Charisteas , a back-up striker of arch-rivals Ajax, with a poor track record, as a replacement for Dirk Kuyt.
After continuous protests, Van den Herik resigned and the club began managerial reforms. However, the worst was not over. Feyenoord were banned from European competition following hooliganism prior to and during a match against Nancy ,  despite an appeal by the club.
While desperate supporters started preparing for a Dark Age, the club surprised friend and foe in the summer transfer window.
A brilliant performance of young Dutch left back Royston Drenthe at the UEFA European Under Championship had investors flocking to the new investment schemes Feyenoord had established.
The club appointed former manager Bert van Marwijk and was able to make a number of high-profile signings, including Giovanni van Bronckhorst and Roy Makaay.
Despite the efforts, Feyenoord underperformed once again in the Eredivisie , finishing in a disappointing sixth place. As Van Marwijk accepted a job as manager of the national team, Feyenoord appointed Gertjan Verbeek as their manager for the —09 season.
In the —09 season , Feyenoord celebrated their th birthday and organised many events throughout the year. The old "golden logo" returned as Feyenoord's official logo, which had earlier been presented at the New Year's brunch.
Midway through the season, manager Verbeek was sacked due to disappointing league results. His assistant, Leon Vlemmings, took over as manager. The results in this period improved slightly, resulting in securing a spot in the playoffs for the final Dutch Europa League slot.
For the —10 season , Feyenoord appointed former assistant manager and Feyenoord footballer Mario Been to take over from Vlemmings. Been, after achieving minor European successes with NEC, was considered the ideal candidate for the job.
Former manager Leo Beenhakker, at the time manager of the Poland national team , took over as technical director.
On 24 October , Feyenoord lost heavily to PSV 10—0. In mid-January , Beenhakker resigned after multiple clashes with the Feyenoord directors.
In July , a majority of players in the squad voted to oust Been as club manager; 13 of 18 players voted they had lost all confidence in Been's ability to successfully manage the club.
After Louis van Gaal turned down an offer to manage Feyenoord, the club approached former Barcelona defender Ronald Koeman , who had played for Feyenoord during the late s.
With his eventual hiring as manager, Koeman became the first to ever serve as both player and head coach at all teams of the so-called " traditional big three " of Dutch football: Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord.
Moreover, he played and managed these teams in the same order. In return, the club restocked with players such as Jordy Clasie , Miquel Nelom , Guyon Fernandez and Kaj Ramsteijn , who came mostly from their own youth academy.
Two other players were loaned, John Guidetti from Manchester City and Otman Bakkal from PSV. Feyenoord started the season well and played the first match of the Eredivisie against the other Rotterdam club in the league, Excelsior.
Feyenoord ended the season by placing second in the Eredivisie, resulting in the third qualifying round for Champions League football.
On 16 December , it was revealed that Feyenoord had been placed in the more favorable second category Categorie 2 , meaning Feyenoord were no longer in debt, according to the KNVB.
They achieved the reclassification following the transfer of several significant players and a large capital injection made by the organisation VVF Friends of Feyenoord, Vrienden Van Feyenoord.
According to club chairman Eric Gudde, the placing in the more favourable category came earlier than anticipated; he also congratulated the fans and promised to maintain the same policy until Feyenoord was completely healthy again, saying the club will never fall back into the first category.
Despite no longer having to request permission from the KNVB to invest in new players, Feyenoord kept continuing the policy for the —13 season, only contracting players who were either out of contract or available for a low transfer fee.
John Goossens ,  Ruud Vormer  and Daryl Janmaat  were out of contract and signed a deal with Feyenoord over their respective prior clubs.
Harmeet Singh  and Lex Immers  were the only two players whom Feyenoord paid a transfer fee for. The other non-Eredivisie player joining Feyenoord was Omar Elabdellaoui , who was brought in on loan from Manchester City.
Shortly after, Martin van Geel confirmed Vlaar sought to leave Feyenoord. On 23 July, Vlaar told the public that he would not leave Feyenoord, and said that he felt he was kept "dangling" by Villa.
On 1 August, Vlaar officially joined Aston Villa, signing a three-year contract. Feyenoord supporters received the news generally mixed, with some congratulating and wishing the best of luck and others feeling betrayed by Vlaar for misleading them.
On 7 August, Feyenoord was eliminated by Dynamo Kyiv in the third qualifying round of the Champions League following losses in both legs. Feyenoord was therefore demoted to the play-off round of the UEFA Europa League.
Koeman said that Feyenoord was the better side over the two legs but had missed a scoring striker, referring to John Guidetti, who had rejoined Manchester City following the end of his loan.
Stefan de Vrij remained captain, despite Mathijsen being more experienced at both international and club level.
After drawing the first leg of the Europa League qualifier at home 2—2 against Sparta Prague , Feyenoord was eliminated following a 2—0 loss in the second leg, meaning Feyenoord would not be playing European football in — In the —14 season , Feyenoord recorded the worst start in its history, losing its first three matches to PEC Zwolle , Twente and Ajax respectively.
However, because the Eredivisie's other top teams also played inconsistently, Feyenoord remained in the title race, although it eventually finished second, four points behind Ajax.
On 1 February , Ronald Koeman announced he would be resigning at the end of the season. On 3 March , Fred Rutten was named the new manager for the —15 season.
With new players as well as a new head coach, Feyenoord began the —15 Eredivisie season with just five points after four matches. However, the club was successful in reaching the Europa League group stage for the first time in six years.
After losing to Besiktas 5—2 aggregate in the third qualifying round of the Champions League,  they defeated Zorya Luhansk in the final qualifying round of the Europa League play-off , 5—4 aggregate.
It was the first victory for Feyenoord in the Europa League group stage in eight years. Feyenoord also beat Rijeka 2—0 and defending champions Sevilla 2—0 , results sufficient for Feyenoord's progress to the knockout round for the first time in ten years.
In the knockout round, Feyenoord lost to Roma 3—2 on aggregate. After this loss, Feyenoord did not recover.
Despite nearly securing a spot in next season's Europa League qualification rounds , they failed to win any of their last five matches, ending the year in the fourth spot, behind AZ.
In the play-offs to earn a spot for Europa League, they were eliminated by Heerenveen. After manager Fred Rutten opted not to extend his contract, on 23 March Feyenoord announced former Dutch international and Feyenoord player Giovanni van Bronckhorst would become its new manager.
That summer the club contracted several new key players, Eric Botteghin from FC Groningen , Jan-Arie van der Heijden from Vitesse , and Eljero Elia from SV Werder Bremen.
After eight years without any prizes, Feyenoord won its 12th KNVB Cup on 24 April In the Eredivisie the team came third, a distance behind Ajax and the champions PSV.
That next summer Feyenoord managed to do some good business in the transfer market. The contracts of starting players like Dirk Kuyt and Eljero Elia were extended.
This match, and all of Feyenoord's European home games were played in only a half-full stadium. These measurements were taken to avoid new penalties from the UEFA.
In that same week reigning Dutch champions PSV were beaten, 0—1. The first loss of points was against Ajax on 23 October The final score was 1—1 after goals of Kasper Dolberg and Dirk Kuyt.
In the Eredivisie the team booked big victories, such as a 6—1 defeat against Spartaand 0—4 against AZ.
With a 5-point lead to second place Ajax, Feyenoord ended the year at the top of the league table. The second half of the season, Feyenoord started strong, winning the first seven league games of However, in Arnhem, Vitesse proved to be too strong in the KNVB Cup Feyenoord beat PSV at home due, to an own goal from PSV-goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet, which was indicated by Goal-line technology.
On 5 March, Sparta was the first team to beat Feyenoord in the new year, by a goal in the first minute of the game, scored by Mathias Pogba.
Feyenoord recovered quickly and another big win followed when they beat AZ, 5—2, and a week later SC Heerenveen were beat, 2—1.
When Feyenoord lost to Ajax, and drew against PEC Zwolle, their lead was decreased to one point. After two more victories from Feyenoord, and a loss for number two Ajax against PSV, the gap was four points with two games to go.
One week before the end of the competition, Feyenoord could become champions away at Excelsior, just 4 kilometers from their home stadium, De Kuip, and also in Rotterdam.
However the team had a complete off-day and lost, 3—0. One week later, in the final game of the season, the team still became champions by beating Heracles by 3—1.
All three goals were made by the team captain, Dirk Kuyt, who would later announce his retirement, making it a 'fairytail' last match on his account.
The championship was Feyenoord's 15th and the first in 18 years. Feyenoord was the second team in the history of the Dutch league to stay at the top of the table the entire season.
Because of the championship, Feyenoord was to compete for the Johan Cruyff Shield against cup winner Vitesse in the Kuip on 5 August After a 1—1 tie Feyenoord beat Vitesse by penalties.
They played in a group with Manchester City , Shakhtar Donetsk and SSC Napoli. Feyenoord lost the first 5 matches, but they won their last home match against Napoli Feyenoord was not able to win the Dutch championship again, but they won the Dutch Cup after beating AZ Alkmaar in the final with 3—0.
Feyenoord are located in the Feijenoord district of southern Rotterdam and is named after the district in which the club was founded.
Feyenoord is currently playing in the Eredivisie, while Sparta was relegated to the second tier after the —10 season.
The club's Feijenoord Stadion , located in the IJsselmonde district of Rotterdam, is nicknamed De Kuip , Dutch for The Tub. In , Feijenoord player Puck van Heel hit the first pole on their way into their new stadium.
The stadium was opened on 27 March and Beerschot was beaten by 5—2, Leen Vente scored the first goal in De Kuip.
In , the attendance record was broken during the match to decide the Dutch championship between SVV Schiedam and Heerenveen ; 64, fans visited the match.
Besides football, there were also boxing and motorcycle speedway races in De Kuip, which were also gaining popularity. In , people had to hide inside the stadium during the North Sea flood of It was the first time the floodlights were taken in use.
Since that evening, that match at De Kuip has always been special among Feyenoord fans. Nine more European finals would follow in the years after with Feyenoord's win over Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Cup final being the tenth and latest.
In December , Feyenoord director Chris Woerts announced that Feyenoord were developing plans to build a new stadium which would have a capacity of roughly 90, seats.
The stadium would most likely be placed on the Nieuwe Maas , the river that runs through Rotterdam, and should be completed by The club emphasized its efforts to make it a true football stadium with seats close to the pitch.
The stadium will get a retractable roof so that other events can be held as well. According to plans in those days, the stadium should be ready in Due to financial difficulties for all parties involved and the fact that the Netherlands were not chosen to host the FIFA World Cup , the plans for a new stadium have been put on hold.
A new stadium will most likely be built in the future, though it will likely not have a spectator capacity greater than 70, In September , Feyenoord confirmed that there will arise a new stadium in Another option was a plan made by a consortium of BAM , Eneco Energie and Siemens.
But the plan was rejected by the Feyenoord and Stadion Feijenoord direction. The new stadium should be a 63, all-seater. Despite the new plans, much of the supporters prefer a renovation of De Kuip.
One of those initiatives are Red de Kuip , which is Dutch for Save de Kuip. In , Feyenoord announced their plans for a new stadium called Feyenoord City.
The new stadium will have a capacity of 65, The city council agreed with the plans of Feyenoord City which also involve new sporting facilities, nightlife and renewed infrastructure.
The old stadium 'De Kuip' will be transformed into an athletics track. The project is ought to be delivered in Feyenoord's official hymn since is called "Hand in Hand".
In , Jaap Valkhoff wrote the lyrics which became popular among Feyenoord supporters who adopted the song as their unofficial hymn.
Among them were Feyenoord's archrivals Ajax. When a goal is scored by Feyenoord in their home matches the song I Will Survive , covered by the Hermes House Band but made famous by Gloria Gaynor in the s is played.
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