List of AFC Ajax records and statistics

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Club records[edit]

Largest victories[edit]

List of the largest victories of AFC Ajax, with at least five goals scored.[1]

Season Competition Round Date Club Score Location
1984/85 UEFA Cup First Round 19 September 1984 Luxembourg Red Boys Differdange 14–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2009/10 KNVB Cup Round of 16 23 December 2009 Netherlands WHC 1–14 Mulder Singel, Wezep, Netherlands
1971/72 Eredivisie Round 34 19 May 1972 Netherlands Vitesse 12–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 Tweede Klasse West-A Round 13 31 December 1916 Netherlands ZVV 11–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1910/11 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 10 4 December 1910 Netherlands EDO 1–11 Kleverlaan, Haarlem, Netherlands
1924/25 Eerste Klasse West II Round 16 11 January 1925 Netherlands UVV 11–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1917/18 Eerste Klasse West-A Round 20 20 January 1918 Netherlands HBS 10–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1960/61 KNVB Cup Fourth Round 12 February 1961 Netherlands Rapiditas 10–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1979/80 European Cup Round of 16 24 October 1979 Cyprus Omonia 10–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 Tweede Klasse West-A Round 14 11 March 1917 Netherlands Alcmaria Victrix 9–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1959/60 Eredivisie Round 30 18 March 1960 Netherlands RKSV Volendam 9–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1961/62 Intertoto Cup Group stage 22 July 1961 East Germany FK Pirmasens 9–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1972/73 Eredivisie Round 12 5 November 1972 Netherlands Den Bosch 9–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1973/74 Eredivisie Round 18 6 January 1974 Netherlands Groningen 9–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 17 8 December 1985 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 9–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1998/99 KNVB Cup Second Round 29 October 1998 Netherlands UDI '19 9–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2000/01 Eredivisie Round 25 18 March 2001 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 9–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2014/15 KNVB Cup Second Round 24 September 2014 Netherlands JOS Watergraafsmeer 0–9 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 Tweede Klasse West-A Round 3 8 October 1916 Netherlands LVV 9–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1931/32 Kampioenscompetitie Final 3 April 1932 Netherlands Veendam 9–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1961/62 Intertoto Cup Group stage 1 July 1961 Switzerland Zürich 9–1 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1961/62 Eredivisie Round 6 24 September 1961 Netherlands RKSV Volendam 9–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1967/68 Eredivisie Round 13 5 November 1967 Netherlands NEC 9–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1981/82 Eredivisie Round 24 21 March 1982 Netherlands FC Den Haag 9–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 UEFA Cup First Round 30 September 1997 Slovenia Maribor 9–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1910/11 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 3 16 October 1910 Netherlands AF & HC 8–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 Tweede Klasse West-A Round 10 18 February 1917 Netherlands LVV 0–8 Huizumerlaan, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
1929/30 Kampioenscompetitie Round 10 3 March 1930 Netherlands Velocitas 1897 8–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1942/43 KNVB Cup Semi-final 20 June 1943 Netherlands Wageningen 8–0 Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht, Netherlands
1961/62 Eredivisie Round 19 28 January 1962 Netherlands DWS/A 8–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 18 26 December 1966 Netherlands USV Elinkwijk 8–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1969/70 Eredivisie Round 33 18 May 1970 Netherlands SVV 8–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1972/73 Eredivisie Round 14 25 November 1972 Netherlands Excelsior 8–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1974/75 KNVB Cup Second Round 24 November 1974 Netherlands Helmond Sport 8–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1975/76 UEFA Cup First Round 1 October 1975 Northern Ireland Glentoran 8–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1994/95 Eredivisie Round 23 22 March 1995 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 8–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2017/18 Eredivisie Round 12 18 November 2017 Netherlands NAC 8–0 Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda, Netherlands
1958/59 Eredivisie Round 26 22 March 1959 Netherlands SHS 2–9 Sportpark Houtrust, The Hague, Netherlands
1968/69 Eredivisie Round 9 20 October 1968 Netherlands Telstar 9–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1972/73 Eredivisie Round 9 8 October 1972 Netherlands Telstar 9–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1907/08 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 3 22 March 1908 Netherlands Celeritas 8–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 KNVB Cup Third Round 29 October 1916 Netherlands Tubantia 8–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1959/60 Eredivisie Round 28 27 March 1960 Netherlands FC Blauw-Wit 8–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1968/69 Eredivisie Round 2 25 August 1968 Netherlands NAC 8–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1970/71 Eredivisie Round 13 29 November 1970 Netherlands AZ '67 8–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1978/79 Eredivisie Round 13 9 June 1979 Netherlands Twente 8–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1979/80 European Cup First Round 19 September 1979 Finland HJK 1–8 Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland
1979/80 European Cup First Round 3 October 1979 Finland HJK 8–1 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 7 18 September 1985 Netherlands SC Heracles '74 1–8 Sportpark Bornsestraat, Almelo, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 16 1 December 1985 Netherlands Twente 1–8 Diekman Stadion, Enschede, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 33 3 May 1998 Netherlands De Graafschap 1–8 De Vijverberg, Doetinchem, Netherlands
2007/08 Eredivisie Round 1 19 August 2007 Netherlands De Graafschap 1–8 De Vijverberg, Doetinchem, Netherlands
1900/01 AVB Division 2B 16 December 1900 Netherlands AFC 7–0 Amsterdam-Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1915/16 Tweede Klasse West-C Round 10 21 November 1915 Netherlands FC Victoria 7–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1915/16 Tweede Klasse West-C Round 6 19 December 1915 Netherlands DEC 7–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1927/28 Eerste Klasse West I Round 6 23 September 1927 Netherlands UVV 7–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1962/63 Eredivisie Round 28 3 June 1963 Netherlands Willem II 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1963/64 Eredivisie Round 6 6 October 1963 Netherlands SC Heracles 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1965/66 Eredivisie Round 6 30 January 1966 Netherlands USV Elinkwijk 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1965/66 KNVB Cup First Round 17 March 1966 Netherlands Veendam 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 1 14 August 1966 Netherlands USV Elinkwijk 0–7 Sportpark Elinkwijk, Utrecht, Netherlands
1968/69 Eredivisie Round 23 8 February 1969 Netherlands DOS 0–7 Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht, Netherlands
1969/70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Second Round 19 November 1969 Poland Ruch Chorzów 7–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1970/71 Eredivisie Round 26 10 April 1971 Netherlands Excelsior 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1971/72 Eredivisie Round 23 3 March 1972 Netherlands Groningen 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1976/77 Eredivisie Round 11 24 October 1976 Netherlands Utrecht 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1977/78 KNVB Cup Third Round 24 December 1977 Netherlands EVV 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1977/78 Eredivisie Round 26 5 March 1978 Netherlands Telstar 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1984/85 Eredivisie Round 15 2 December 1984 Netherlands Roda JC 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 24 9 March 1986 Netherlands SC Heracles '74 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1987/88 KNVB Cup First Round 10 October 1987 Netherlands Quick Boys 0–7 Nieuw Zuid, Katwijk, Netherlands
1990/91 Eredivisie Round 7 7 October 1990 Netherlands NEC 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1991/92 Eredivisie Round 28 15 March 1992 Netherlands Twente 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1994/95 Eredivisie Round 28 9 April 1995 Netherlands Willem II 7–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 7 24 September 1997 Netherlands MVV 7–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1924/25 KNVB Cup Second Round 14 March 1925 Netherlands VIOS 8–2 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1926/27 Eerste Klasse West I Round 6 27 February 1927 Netherlands DFC 8–2 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1960/61 KNVB Cup First Round 17 August 1960 Netherlands Zeist 2–8 De Koeburg, Zeist, Netherlands
1982/83 Eredivisie Round 30 17 April 1983 Netherlands Willem II 8–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 Eredivisie Round 7 18 September 1983 Netherlands Feyenoord 8–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 20 2 February 1986 Netherlands AZ '67 8–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1901/02 AVB Division 1 2 March 1902 Netherlands Swift 1–7 Amsterdam-Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 KNVB Cup Second Round 7 May 1967 Netherlands DWS 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1967/68 Eredivisie Round 5 10 September 1967 Netherlands RKSV Volendam 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1967/68 Eredivisie Round 16 26 November 1967 Netherlands Fortuna '54 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1969/70 Eredivisie Round 27 19 April 1970 Netherlands DOS 1–7 Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht, Netherlands
1970/71 Eredivisie Round 15 13 December 1970 Netherlands Utrecht 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1978/79 Eredivisie Round 1 26 August 1978 Netherlands NAC 1–7 NAC Stadion, Breda, Netherlands
1979/80 Eredivisie Round 19 13 January 1980 Netherlands Willem II 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1981/82 Eredivisie Round 1 16 August 1981 Netherlands Willem II 1–7 Willem II Stadion, Tilburg, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 6 8 September 1985 Netherlands VVV 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1993/94 KNVB Cup Quarter-finals 9 February 1994 Netherlands Helmond Sport 7–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 3 31 August 1997 Netherlands Utrecht 1–7 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2002/03 Eredivisie Round 32 18 May 2003 Netherlands De Graafschap 7–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1913/14 Noodcompetitie West-B Round 11 13 December 1914 Netherlands VVA 0–6 Sportpark Jan van Galen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1915/16 Tweede Klasse West-C Round 7 31 October 1915 Netherlands VRA 6–0 Sportpark Kruislaan, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 Tweede Klasse West-A Round 7 5 November 1916 Netherlands Alcmaria Victrix 0–6 Egmonderhout, Alkmaar, Netherlands
1917/18 Eerste Klasse West-A Round 13 5 May 1918 Netherlands HVV 6–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1918/19 Eerste Klasse West-A Round 13 18 December 1918 Netherlands Quick 6–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1918/19 Eerste Klasse West I Round 13 18 December 1918 Netherlands RCH 6–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1960/61 Eredivisie Round 6 9 October 1960 Netherlands Willem II 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1961/62 Intertoto Cup Round 4 17 June 1962 Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern 6–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1962/63 Eredivisie Round 9 28 October 1962 Netherlands SC Enschede 0–6 Diekman Stadion, Enschede, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 24 19 February 1967 Netherlands Sittardia 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 24 2 April 1969 Netherlands GVAV 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1969/70 Eredivisie Round 15 30 November 1969 Netherlands SVV 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1972/73 Eredivisie Round 3 26 August 1972 Netherlands Go Ahead Eagles 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1973/74 UEFA Super Cup Round 3 16 January 1974 Italy Milan 6–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1975/76 Eredivisie Round 10 1 November 1975 Netherlands Feyenoord 6–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1977/78 Eredivisie Round 20 15 January 1978 Netherlands Utrecht 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1978/79 Eredivisie Round 22 7 April 1979 Netherlands MVV 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1979/80 Eredivisie Round 17 16 December 1979 Netherlands Excelsior 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 KNVB Cup Second Round 11 December 1983 Netherlands DWV 0–6 Elzenhagen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1984/85 KNVB Cup Second Round 11 December 1984 Netherlands VV Heerjansdam 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 8 22 September 1985 Netherlands Roda JC 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 33 25 May 1986 Netherlands Twente 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1986/87 Eredivisie Round 20 22 February 1987 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1988/89 Eredivisie Round 1 2 October 1988 Netherlands SVV 6–0 Sportpark Harga, Schiedam, Netherlands
1989/90 Eredivisie Round 31 16 April 1990 Netherlands FC Den Bosch 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1992/93 Eredivisie Round 19 23 January 1993 Netherlands Go Ahead Eagles 0–6 De Adelaarshorst, Deventer, Netherlands
1992/93 Eredivisie Round 20 7 February 1993 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1993/94 European Cup Round 1 29 September 1993 Croatia Hajduk Split 6–0 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1993/94 Eredivisie Round 27 17 April 1994 Netherlands Twente 6–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1998/99 Eredivisie Round 2 25 August 1998 Netherlands NEC 0–6 Stadion de Goffert, Nijmegen, Netherlands
1997/98 KNVB Cup Second Round 19 November 1997 Netherlands MVV 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1998/99 Eredivisie Round 31 2 May 1999 Netherlands Feyenoord 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2000/01 UEFA Cup Round 1 2 September 2000 Belgium Gent 0–6 Arteveldestadion, Ghent, Belgium
2002/03 Eredivisie Round 12 17 November 2002 Netherlands NEC 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2002/03 Eredivisie Round 18 2 February 2003 Netherlands Willem II 0–6 Willem II Stadion, Tilburg, Netherlands
2003/04 Eredivisie Round 6 28 September 2003 Netherlands Willem II 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2005/06 Eredivisie Round 25 19 February 2006 Netherlands RBC Roosendaal 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2005/06 Eredivisie Round 27 5 March 2006 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2006/07 Eredivisie Round 15 3 December 2006 Netherlands Willem II 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2008/09 Eredivisie Round 16 21 December 2008 Netherlands De Graafschap 0–6 De Vijverberg, Doetinchem, Netherlands
2009/10 Eredivisie Round 6 13 September 2009 Netherlands NAC 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2011/12 Eredivisie Round 28 1 April 2012 Netherlands Heracles Almelo 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2013/14 Eredivisie Round 8 28 September 2013 Netherlands Go Ahead Eagles 6–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1958/59 KNVB Cup First Round 1 January 1959 Netherlands JOS 8–3 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 14 27 November 1966 Netherlands GVAV 3–8 Oosterpark, Groningen, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 22 27 November 1966 Netherlands MVV 8–3 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1971/72 KNVB Cup First Round 9 January 1972 Netherlands PEC Zwolle 8–3 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1993/94 KNVB Cup Third Round 10 November 1993 Netherlands Heerenveen 8–3 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1959/60 Eredivisie Round 33 15 May 1960 Netherlands Fortuna '54 2–7 Mauritsstadion, Sittard, Netherlands
1973/74 Eredivisie Round 14 9 December 1973 Netherlands Telstar 7–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1980/81 Eredivisie Round 23 15 March 1981 Netherlands Excelsior 7–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 Eredivisie Round 5 4 September 1983 Netherlands Helmond Sport 7–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 Eredivisie Round 34 13 May 1984 Netherlands DS '79 7–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1984/85 Eredivisie Round 8 6 October 1984 Netherlands Go Ahead Eagles 7–2 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 29 11 April 1998 Netherlands Heerenveen 7–2 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1910/11 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 11 4 December 1910 Netherlands AF & HC 1–6 Kon Instituut Marine, Willemsoord, Netherlands
1924/25 Eerste Klasse West II Round 18 25 January 1925 Netherlands Excelsior 6–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1929/30 Eerste Klasse West I Round 11 15 December 1929 Netherlands Hilversum 6–1 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1956/57 KNVB Cup First Round 26 August 1956 Netherlands Zeeburgia 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1960/61 Eredivisie Round 21 5 March 1961 Netherlands USV Elinkwijk 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1961/62 Eredivisie Round 2 27 August 1961 Netherlands SC Enschede 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1963/64 Eredivisie Round 7 13 October 1963 Netherlands DOS 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 20 15 January 1967 Netherlands Twente 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1969/70 Eredivisie Round 31 7 May 1970 Netherlands DWS 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1973/74 Eredivisie Round 2 19 August 1973 Netherlands FC Amsterdam 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1974/75 Eredivisie Round 7 20 October 1974 Netherlands Roda JC 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1975/76 UEFA Cup First Round 16 September 1975 Northern Ireland Glentoran 1–6 The Oval, Belfast, Northern Ireland
1977/78 Eredivisie Round 27 12 March 1978 Netherlands Volendam 1–6 Kras Stadion, Volendam, Netherlands
1977/78 Eredivisie Round 30 2 April 1978 Netherlands NEC 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1978/79 Eredivisie Round 20 25 March 1979 Netherlands Utrecht 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1980/81 Eredivisie Round 30 10 May 1981 Netherlands MVV 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1981/82 Eredivisie Round 8 26 September 1981 Netherlands Groningen 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1982/83 Eredivisie Round 20 30 January 1983 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1984/85 Eredivisie Round 22 10 March 1985 Netherlands NAC 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1984/85 Eredivisie Round 22 26 October 1986 Netherlands AZ 1–6 Alkmaarderhout, Alkmaar, Netherlands
1987/88 Eredivisie Round 6 6 September 1987 Netherlands Twente 6–1 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1995/96 Eredivisie Round 12 28 October 1995 Netherlands Roda JC 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1995/96 Eredivisie Round 23 10 March 1996 Netherlands Twente 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 24 14 March 1998 Netherlands Volendam 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 31 23 April 1998 Netherlands Willem II 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1999/2000 UEFA Cup First Round 16 September 1999 Slovakia Dukla Banská Bystrica 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1999/2000 Eredivisie Round 10 24 October 1999 Netherlands FC Den Bosch 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2002/03 Eredivisie Round 30 3 May 2003 Netherlands RKC Waalwijk 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2003/04 KNVB Cup Fourth Round 22 December 2003 Netherlands FC Eindhoven 1–6 Jan Louwers Stadion, Eindhoven, Netherlands
2007/08 Eredivisie Round 6 30 September 2007 Netherlands VVV-Venlo 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2007/08 Eredivisie Round 19 13 January 2008 Netherlands AZ 6–1 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2012/13 Eredivisie Round 2 19 August 2012 Netherlands NEC 1–6 Stadion de Goffert, Nijmegen, Netherlands
1900/01 AVB Division 2B 28 October 1900 Netherlands DOSB 5–0 Amsterdam-Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1901/02 AVB Division 1 2 February 1902 Netherlands Volharding 2 5–0 Amsterdam-Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1910/11 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 4 23 October 1910 Netherlands UVV 0–5 Wilhelminapark, Utrecht, Netherlands
1910/11 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 9 27 November 1910 Netherlands FC Victoria 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1910/11 Tweede Klasse West-B Round 15 26 February 1911 Netherlands Alcmaria Victrix 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1912/13 Eerste Klasse West I Round 11 8 December 1911 Netherlands Velocitas 1897 0–5 Stadion Stadspark, Groningen, Netherlands
1913/14 Eerste Klasse West I Round 14 1 February 1914 Netherlands Sparta 0–5 Het Kasteel, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1915/16 Tweede Klasse West-C Round 2 26 September 1915 Netherlands SV Kampong 0–5 Maarschalkerweerd, Utrecht, Netherlands
1915/16 Tweede Klasse West-C Round 4 15 October 1915 Netherlands Hilversum 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 Tweede Klasse West-A Round 8 12 November 1916 Netherlands DEC 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1916/17 NVB Cup Final 27 May 1917 Netherlands VSV 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1917/18 Kampioenscompetitie 12 May 1918 Netherlands Be Quick 1887 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1918/19 Eerste Klasse West-A Round 4 10 November 1918 Netherlands UVV 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1920/21 Kampioenscompetitie Round 1 3 April 1921 Netherlands Go Ahead 0–5 De Adelaarshorst, Deventer, Netherlands
1923/24 Eerste Klasse West I Round 17 9 March 1924 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1924/25 Eerste Klasse West II Round 12 7 December 1924 Netherlands RC Haarlem 0–5 Sloop Haarlem Stadion, Haarlem, Netherlands
1925/26 Eerste Klasse West II Round 12 22 November 1925 Netherlands ZFC 0–5 Westzanerdijk, Zaandam, Netherlands
1926/27 Eerste Klasse West I Round 16 16 January 1927 Netherlands FC Blauw-Wit 5–0 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1927/28 Eerste Klasse West I Round 15 15 January 1928 Netherlands UVV 0–5 Utrecht-stadion, Utrecht, Netherlands
1956/57 Eredivisie Round 9 18 November 1956 Netherlands Willem II 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1956/58 Eredivisie Round 20 19 January 1958 Netherlands PSV 0–5 Philips Stadion, Eindhoven, Netherlands
1958/59 Eredivisie Round 28 5 April 1959 Netherlands Feijenoord 0–5 De Kuip, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1959/60 Eredivisie Round 26 13 March 1960 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1962/63 Eredivisie Round 11 18 November 1962 Netherlands De Volewijckers 0–5 Amsterdam-Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1964/65 Eredivisie Round 12 22 November 1964 Netherlands PSV 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1965/66 KNVB Cup First Round 19 September 1965 Netherlands De Volewijckers 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 4 3 September 1966 Netherlands DWS 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 6 25 September 1966 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1966/67 Eredivisie Round 12 13 November 1966 Netherlands Feijenoord 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1967/68 Eredivisie Round 11 22 October 1967 Netherlands Xerxes/DHC 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1968/69 KNVB Cup Second Round 9 November 1968 Netherlands De Volewijckers 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1970/71 Eredivisie Round 14 6 December 1970 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 0–5 Haarlem Stadion, Haarlem, Netherlands
1971/72 Eredivisie Round 6 19 September 1971 Netherlands NAC 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1971/72 Eredivisie Round 16 5 December 1971 Netherlands FC Den Bosch 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1972/73 Eredivisie Round 17 7 January 1973 Netherlands AZ '67 0–5 Alkmaarderhout, Alkmaar, Netherlands
1972/73 Eredivisie Round 30 21 April 1973 Netherlands FC Den Haag 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1973/74 Eredivisie Round 8 7 October 1973 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1974/75 Eredivisie (Play-offs) Round 3 26 August 1975 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 0–5 De Kuip, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1975/76 Eredivisie Round 29 19 April 1976 Netherlands NAC 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1977/78 Eredivisie Round 12 29 October 1977 Netherlands FC VVV 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1981/82 Eredivisie Round 26 3 April 1982 Netherlands N.E.C. 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1982/83 Eredivisie Round 8 5 September 1982 Netherlands N.E.C. 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1982/83 Eredivisie Round 16 5 December 1982 Netherlands Helmond Sport 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1982/83 Eredivisie Round 26 20 March 1983 Netherlands FC Twente 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 Eredivisie Round 2 24 August 1983 Netherlands Willem II 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 KNVB Cup First Round 9 October 1983 Netherlands HOV 0–5 De Bosdreef, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1983/84 Eredivisie Round 21 5 February 1984 Netherlands FC Volendam 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1984/85 KNVB Cup First Round 17 November 1984 Netherlands DOVO 0–5 Panhuis, Veenendaal, Netherlands
1985/86 Eredivisie Round 26 29 March 1986 Netherlands Go Ahead Eagles 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1985/86 European Cup First Round 1 October 1986 Turkey Bursaspor 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1988/89 Eredivisie Round 26 27 March 1989 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1989/90 Eredivisie Round 5 27 August 1989 Netherlands MVV 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1989/90 Eredivisie Round 29 3 April 1990 Netherlands HFC Haarlem 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1990/91 Eredivisie Round 13 2 December 1990 Netherlands FC Den Haag 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1990/91 KNVB Cup Second Round 16 December 1990 Netherlands Excelsior 0–5 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1990/91 Eredivisie Round 24 24 March 1991 Netherlands N.E.C. 0–5 Stadion de Goffert, Nijmegen, Netherlands
1991/92 Eredivisie Round 34 3 May 1992 Netherlands SVV/Dordrecht'90 0–5 Riwal Hoogwerkers Stadion, Dordrecht, Netherlands
1992/93 Eredivisie Round 7 3 October 1992 Netherlands RKC Waalwijk 0–5 Mandemakers Stadion, Waalwijk, Netherlands
1992/93 KNVB Cup Semi-final 31 March 1993 Netherlands Feyenoord 0–5 De Kuip, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1993/94 Eredivisie Round 12 30 October 1993 Netherlands NAC 0–5 NAC Stadion, Breda, Netherlands
1993/94 Eredivisie Round 29 4 April 1994 Netherlands NAC 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1994/95 Eredivisie Round 3 11 September 1994 Netherlands Vitesse 5–0 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1994/95 Eredivisie Round 33 18 May 1995 Netherlands Feyenoord 0–5 De Kuip, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1996/97 Eredivisie Round 28 18 April 1997 Netherlands N.E.C. 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 1 19 August 1997 Netherlands Vitesse 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 2 22 August 1997 Netherlands Fortuna Sittard 0–5 Offermans Joosten Stadion, Sittard, Netherlands
1997/98 Eredivisie Round 13 9 November 1997 Netherlands Sparta Rotterdam 0–5 Het Kasteel, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 KNVB Cup Third Round 11 February 1998 Netherlands Roda JC 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1997/98 KNVB Cup Final 17 May 1998 Netherlands PSV 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1998/99 Eredivisie Round 9 18 October 1998 Netherlands FC Twente 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2000/01 Eredivisie Round 1 22 August 2000 Netherlands Fortuna Sittard 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2001/02 Eredivisie Round 8 10 October 2001 Netherlands N.E.C. 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2002/03 Eredivisie Round 23 8 March 2003 Netherlands FC Zwolle 0–5 IJsseldelta Stadion, Zwolle, Netherlands
2003/04 Eredivisie Round 26 21 March 2004 Netherlands Vitesse 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2003/04 Eredivisie Round 32 2 May 2004 Netherlands FC Zwolle 0–5 IJsseldelta Stadion, Zwolle, Netherlands
2004/05 Eredivisie Round 5 19 September 2004 Netherlands FC Den Bosch 0–5 De Vliert, 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
2004/05 Eredivisie Round 13 20 November 2004 Netherlands De Graafschap 0–5 De Vijverberg, Doetinchem, Netherlands
2006/07 Eredivisie Round 1 20 August 2006 Netherlands RKC Waalwijk 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2009/10 Europa League (Playoffs) Round 1 20 August 2009 Slovakia Slovan Bratislava 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2010/11 Eredivisie Round 4 29 August 2010 Netherlands De Graafschap 0–5 De Vijverberg, Doetinchem, Netherlands
2010/11 KNVB Cup Third Round 22 September 2010 Netherlands MVV 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2011/12 Eredivisie Round 29 11 April 2012 Netherlands SC Heerenveen 0–5 Abe Lenstra Stadion, Heerenveen, Netherlands
2012/13 Eredivisie Round 3 25 August 2012 Netherlands NAC 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2012/13 Eredivisie Round 33 5 May 2013 Netherlands Willem II 5–0 Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Largest defeats[edit]

List of the largest defeats of AFC Ajax, with at least 5 goals conceded.[2]

Season Competition Round Date Club Score Location
1912/13 Eerste Klasse West I Round 7 16 March 1913 Netherlands DFC 1–9 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1911/12 KNVB Cup Third Round 17 September 1911 Netherlands Achilles 1894 7–0 Marsdijk, Assen, Netherlands
1912/13 Eerste Klasse West I Round 3 16 March 1913 Netherlands HVV 7–0 De Diepput, The Hague, Netherlands
1926/27 KNVB Cup Third Round 18 April 1927 Netherlands Enschede Boys 7–0 Volkspark Stadion, Enschede, Netherlands
1912/13 Eerste Klasse West I Round 16 23 February 1913 Netherlands DFC 6–0 Stadion Krommedijk, Dordrecht, Netherlands
1913/14 Eerste Klasse West I Round 6 30 November 1913 Netherlands HVV 6–0 De Diepput, The Hague, Netherlands
1964/65 Eredivisie Round 13 29 November 1964 Netherlands Feijenoord 9–4 De Kuip, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1910/11 KNVB Cup Semi-final 4 December 1910 Netherlands AFC 6–1 Goed Genoeg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1912/13 Eerste Klasse West I Round 4 20 October 1912 Netherlands VOC 1–6 Het Houten Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1913/14 Eerste Klasse West Round 2 19 October 1913 Netherlands DFC 6–1 Stadion Krommedijk, Dordrecht, Netherlands
1959/60 Eredivisie (Nacompetitie) Round 2 6 June 1960 Netherlands Feijenoord 1–6 De Meer Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1913/14 KNVB Cup Round of 16 21 September 1913 Netherlands VVA 5–0 Jan van Galen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1913/14 Eerste Klasse West Round 17 22 March 1914 Netherlands Quick 1888 5–0 De Dennen, Nijmegen, Netherlands
1932/33 Eerste Klasse West II Round 8 13 November 1932 Netherlands Stormvogels 5–0 Schoonenberg Stadion, Velsen, Netherlands

Biggest European comebacks[edit]

List of the biggest comebacks of AFC Ajax, where Ajax lost the first leg of the match, but then advanced after winning the return leg.[3]

Season Competition Round Opponent First Leg Second Leg Third Match
1968/69 European Cup I Quarter-finals Portugal Benfica Ajax 1–3 Benfica Benfica 1–3 Ajax Ajax 3–0 Benfica (a.e.t.)
1969/70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Quarter-finals East Germany Carl Zeiss Jena Carl Zeiss Jena 3–1 Ajax Ajax 5–1 Carl Zeiss Jena
1977/78 European Cup I First Round Norway Lillestrøm Lillestrøm 2–0 Ajax Ajax 4–0 Lillestrøm
1978/79 UEFA Cup First Round Spain Athletic Bilbao Athletic Bilbao 2–0 Ajax Ajax 3–0 Athletic Bilbao
1973/74 UEFA Super Cup Final Italy Milan Milan 1–0 Ajax Ajax 6–0 Milan
1986/87 European Cup II Quarter-finals Sweden Malmö FF Malmö FF 1–0 Ajax Ajax 3–1 Malmö FF
1969/70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First Round Germany Hannover 96 Hannover 96 2–1 Ajax Ajax 3–0 Hannover 96
1969/70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Third Round Italy Napoli Napoli 1–0 Ajax Ajax 4–0 Napoli (a.e.t.)
1970/71 European Cup I Semi-finals Spain Atlético Madrid Atlético Madrid 1–0 Ajax Ajax 3–0 Atlético Madrid
1975/76 UEFA Cup Second Round Germany Hertha BSC Hertha BSC 1–0 Ajax Ajax 4–1 Hertha BSC
1993/94 European Cup II First Round Croatia Hajduk Split Hajduk Split 1–0 Ajax Ajax 6–0 Hajduk Split
1995/96 Champions League Semi-finals Greece Panathinaikos Ajax 0–1 Panathinaikos Panathinaikos 0–3 Ajax

Biggest European eliminations[edit]

List of the biggest eliminations of AFC Ajax, where Ajax suffered the largest defeat on aggregate score of a European tournament.[4]

Season Competition Round Opponent First Leg Second Leg
1981/82 European Cup Winners Cup First Round England Tottenham Hotspur Ajax 1–3 Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham Hotspur 3–0 Ajax
2013/14 Europa League Round of 32 Austria Red Bull Salzburg Ajax 0–3 Red Bull Salzburg Red Bull Salzburg 3–1 Ajax
1996/97 Champions League Semi-finals Italy Juventus Ajax 1–2 Juventus Juventus 4–1 Ajax
2010/11 Europa League Round of 16 Russia Spartak Moscow Ajax 0–1 Spartak Moscow Spartak Moscow 3–0 Ajax
1957/58 European Cup I Quarter-finals Hungary Vasas Ajax 2–2 Vasas Vasas 4–0 Ajax
1997/98 UEFA Cup Quarter-finals Russia Spartak Moscow Ajax 1–3 Spartak Moscow Spartak Moscow 1–0 Ajax
1980/81 European Cup I Second Round Germany Bayern Munich Bayern München 5–1 Ajax Ajax 2–1 Bayern München
1988/89 UEFA Cup First Round Portugal Sporting CP Sporting CP 4–2 Ajax Ajax 1–2 Sporting CP
1999/2000 UEFA Cup Third Round Spain Mallorca Ajax 0–1 Real Mallorca Real Mallorca 2–0 Ajax

Team records[edit]

All-time topscorers[edit]

This list consists of Ajax players that have scored more than 50 goals in official competitions for the first team. There are a total of 17 players that have scored 100 goals or more. Luis Suárez was the last player to reach this mark.[5] Piet van Reenen is first on the list with 273 goals. Between 1929 and 1938, he was the club-topscorer for nine-straight seasons, scoring an average of one goal per match.

Ajax topscorers by season[edit]

Here is a list of players who have finished as the club top scorers for Ajax by season.

Ajax topscorers by season

Year Name Goal League Goal Overall
1911–12 Netherlands Piet van den Broeke 9 15
1912–13 Netherlands Jan Grootmeijer 7 10
1913–14 Netherlands Piet Prins 4 4
1914–17 No competition (due to WW I)
1917–18 Netherlands Theo Brokmann 20 30
1918–19 Netherlands Jan van Dort 29 29
1919–20 Netherlands Jan van Dort 7 18
1920–21 Netherlands Wim Gupffert 13 28
1921–22 Netherlands Jan van Dort 10 21
1922–23 Netherlands Wim Addicks 14 22
1923–24 Netherlands Theo Brokmann 9 16
1924–25 Netherlands Wim Volkers 13 16
1925–26 Netherlands Frans Rutte 15 17
1926–27 Netherlands Henk Hordijk 19 21
1927–28 Netherlands Ger van der Meer 15 20
1928–29 Netherlands Wim Volkers 11 18
1929–30 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 26 28
1930–31 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 23 32
1931–32 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 24 39
1932–33 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 18 23
1933–34 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 20 30
1934–35 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 24 24
1935–36 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 22 25
1936–37 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 25 30
1937–38 Netherlands Piet van Reenen 14 16
1938–39 Netherlands Rinus Bijl 22 24
1939–40 Netherlands Gerrit Fischer 11 17
1940–41 Netherlands Rinus Bijl 12 13
1941–42 Netherlands Theo Brokmann Jr. 8 13
1942–43 Netherlands Theo Brokmann Jr. 10 17
1943–44 Netherlands Theo Brokmann Jr. 17 21
1944–45 No competition (due to WW II)
1945–46 Netherlands Guus Dräger 24 30
1946–47 Netherlands Gerard Bruins 13 16
1947–48 Netherlands Gerard Bruins 14 20
1948–49 Netherlands Theo Brokmann Jr. 11 14
1949–50 Netherlands Rinus Michels 16 26
1950–51 Netherlands Gé van Dijk 7 18
1951–52 Netherlands Rinus Michels 15 19
1952–53 Netherlands Arend van der Wel 13 22
1953–54 Netherlands Rinus Michels 13 27
1954–55 Netherlands Piet Burgers 17 21
1955–56 Netherlands Piet van der Kuil 17 33
1956–57 Netherlands Wim Bleijenberg 16 33
1957–58 Netherlands Loek den Edel 16 31
1958–59 Netherlands Wim Bleijenberg * / Netherlands Piet van der Kuil ^ 15 * / ^ 30 ^
1959–60 Netherlands Henk Groot 38 42
1960–61 Netherlands Henk Groot 41 42
1961–62 Netherlands Cees Groot 23 27
1962–63 Netherlands Cees Groot 18 20
1963–64 Netherlands Cees Groot 22 26
1964–65 Netherlands Klaas Nuninga 14 29
1965–66 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 16 22
1966–67 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 33 41
1967–68 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 27 32
1968–69 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 24 33
1969–70 Netherlands Johan Cruyff ^ / Netherlands Dick van Dijk * 23 ^ / * 33 ^
1970–71 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 21 27
1971–72 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 25 33
1972–73 Netherlands Johnny Rep 17 18
1973–74 Netherlands Johan Neeskens 15 15
1974–75 Netherlands Ruud Geels 30 30
1975–76 Netherlands Ruud Geels 29 33
1976–77 Netherlands Ruud Geels 34 34
1977–78 Netherlands Ruud Geels 30 32
1978–79 England Ray Clarke 26 29
1979–80 Netherlands Dick Schoenaker 13 14
1980–81 Netherlands Wim Kieft 17 17
1981–82 Netherlands Wim Kieft 32 32
1982–83 Netherlands Wim Kieft 19 20
1983–84 Netherlands Marco van Basten 28 30
1984–85 Netherlands Marco van Basten 22 28
1985–86 Netherlands Marco van Basten 37 40
1986–87 Netherlands Marco van Basten 31 45
1987–88 Netherlands John Bosman 25 36
1988–89 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp ^ / Sweden Stefan Pettersson * 13 ^ / * 16 ^ / *
1989–90 Netherlands Aron Winter 10 10
1990–91 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 25 29
1991–92 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 24 30
1992–93 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 26 33
1993–94 Finland Jari Litmanen 26 34
1994–95 Netherlands Patrick Kluivert 18 21
1995–96 Netherlands Patrick Kluivert 15 21
1996–97 Netherlands Patrick Kluivert ^ / Finland Jari Litmanen * 6 ^ / * 8 ^ / *
1997–98 Georgia (country) Shota Arveladze 25 37
1998–99 Finland Jari Litmanen ^ / South Africa Benni McCarthy * 11 ^ / * 13 ^
1999–00 Netherlands Richard Knopper 15 18
2000–01 Georgia (country) Shota Arveladze 18 20
2001–02 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart 14 17
2002–03 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart 18 22
2003–04 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 13 15
2004–05 Netherlands Ryan Babel ^ / Netherlands Wesley Sneijder * 7 ^ / * 9 ^
2005–06 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 16 22
2006–07 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 21 35
2007–08 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 33 36
2008–09 Uruguay Luis Suárez 22 28
2009–10 Uruguay Luis Suárez 35 49
2010–11 Morocco Mounir El Hamdaoui 13 19
2011–12 Netherlands Siem de Jong 13 17
2012–13 Netherlands Siem de Jong 12 16
2013–14 Netherlands Davy Klaassen ^ / Denmark Lasse Schöne ʰ / Iceland Kolbeinn Sigþórsson * 10 ^ / * 13 ʰ
2014–15 Poland Arkadiusz Milik 11 23
2015–16 Poland Arkadiusz Milik 21 27
2016–17 Denmark Kasper Dolberg 16 22
2017–18 Brazil David Neres 14 14
  • In the 1958–59 season, Wim Bleijenberg and Piet van der Kuil tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 15 goals, whilePiet van der Kuil led the club with 30 goals scored overall.
  • In the 1969–70 season, Johan Cruyff and Dick van Dijk tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 23 goals, while Johan Cruyff led the club with 33 goals scored overall.
  • In the 1988–89 season, Dennis Bergkamp and Stefan Pettersson tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 13 goals, and overall with 16 goals scored.
  • In the 1996–97 season, Patrick Kluivert and Jari Litmanen tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 6 goals, and overall with 8 goals scored.
  • In the 1998–99 season, Jari Litmanen and Benni McCarthy tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 11 goals, while Jari Litmanen led the club with 13 scored overall.
  • In the 2004–05 season, Ryan Babel and Wesley Sneijder tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 7 goals, while Ryan Babel led the club with 9 goals scored overall.
  • In the 2013–14 season, Davy Klaassen and Kolbeinn Sigþórsson tied as the club's leading scorers in league matches with 10 goals, while Lasse Schöne led the club with 13 goals scored overall.

40+ goals in one season[edit]

Here is a list of players who have scored more than 40 goals for Ajax in a single season.

40+ goals in one season

# Year Name Matches Goal Goals
1. 1960–61 Netherlands Henk Groot 46 64
2. 2009–10 Uruguay Luis Suárez 48 49
3. 1986–87 Netherlands Marco van Basten 43 44
4. 1966–67 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 41 41

Youngest team fielded in Eredivisie history[edit]

On May 14th, 2017 manager Peter Bosz fielded the youngest team in Eredivisie history, with an average age of 20 years and 139 days, when they played Willem II on the final match day of the 2016–17 Eredivisie season. At the age of 24, Davy Klaassen was the oldest on the pitch and was joined by two players aged 21, five aged 20, a 19-year-old, 18-year-old and a 17-year-old.[12][13]

The Youngest team Lineup:

Youngest players to debut[edit]

Here is a list of the youngest Ajax players to debut for the club in Eredivisie history.[14]

Youngest players to debut for Ajax

# Name Age Date Opponent Final score
1. Netherlands Clarence Seedorf 16 years, 241 days 28 November 1992 Groningen 0–3 win
2. Netherlands Vurnon Anita 16 years, 349 days 19 March 2006 Groningen 3–2 loss
3. Netherlands Richard Sneekes 16 years, 362 days 27 October 1985 HFC Haarlem 5–1 win
4. Netherlands Bert Strijks 17 years, 9 days 13 May 1962 Rapid JC 2–2 draw
5. Netherlands Gerald Vanenburg 17 years, 31 days 5 April 1981 FC Den Haag 2–0 win
6. Netherlands Richard Witschge 17 years, 36 days 5 April 1981 AZ 1–6 win
7. Netherlands Ryan Babel 17 years, 44 days 1 February 2004 ADO Den Haag 4–0 win
8. Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart 17 years, 68 days 19 April 2000 Den Bosch 1–1 draw
9. Netherlands Bert de Meijer 17 years, 94 days 18 March 1984 HFC Haarlem 0–3 loss
10. Netherlands Jaïro Riedewald 17 years, 104 days 22 December 2013 Roda JC 1–2 win

Players to score on their debut[edit]

Here is a list of the youngest Ajax players to score on their debut in Eredivisie history.[15]

Youngest to score on their debut

# Name Age Date Opponent Goals Goal Final score
1. Netherlands Jaïro Riedewald 17 years, 104 days 22 December 2013 Roda JC 2 1–2 win
2. Netherlands Marco van Basten 17 years, 154 days 3 April 1982 NEC 1 5–0 win
3. Netherlands Ronald de Boer 17 years, 190 days 21 November 1987 PEC Zwolle '82 1 6–4 win
4. Netherlands Johan Cruyff 17 years, 204 days 15 November 1964 GVAV 1 3–1 loss
5. Netherlands Bryan Roy 17 years, 206 days 6 September 1987 Twente 1 6–1 win
6. Netherlands Marciano Vink 17 years, 319 days 31 August 1988 Sparta Rotterdam 1 2–1 win
7. Netherlands Frank Rijkaard 17 years, 328 days 23 August 1980 Go Ahead Eagles 1 2–4 win
8. Netherlands Nordin Wooter 18 years, 4 days 28 August 1994 RKC Waalwijk 1 3–1 win
9. Netherlands Patrick Kluivert 18 years, 58 days 28 August 1994 RKC Waalwijk 1 3–1 win
10. Netherlands Bob Westra 18 years, 146 days 15 March 1959 VVV 1 3–0 win
11. Netherlands Edwin Bakker 18 years, 149 days 30 January 1983 HFC Haarlem 1 6–1 win
12. Netherlands Edwin Godee 18 years, 223 days 7 May 1983 Helmond Sport 1 1–4 win
13. Netherlands Siem de Jong 18 years, 252 days 7 October 2007 Sparta Rotterdam 1 2–2 draw
14. Netherlands Davy Klaassen 18 years, 279 days 27 November 2011 NEC 1 0–3 win
15. Netherlands John Bosman 18 years, 292 days 20 November 1983 Roda JC 1 5–2 win
16. Netherlands Donald Feldmann 18 years, 344 days 10 November 1957 NAC 1 3–1 win
17. Netherlands Aron Winter 19 years, 36 days 6 April 1986 Utrecht 1 3–0 win
18. Denmark Jan Mølby 19 years, 49 days 22 August 1982 Go Ahead Eagles 1 4–1 win
19. Netherlands Ricardo Kishna 19 years, 50 days 23 February 1982 AZ 1 4–0 win
20. Netherlands Tarik Oulida 19 years, 75 days 4 April 1993 Den Bosch 1 4–0 win
21. Suriname Clyde Wijnhard 19 years, 84 days 24 January 1993 Dordrecht '90 1 4–1 win
22. Netherlands Rob Rijnink 19 years, 172 days 23 March 1985 Fortuna Sittard 1 0–2 win
23. Serbia Miralem Sulejmani 19 years, 269 days 30 August 2008 Willem II 1 2–1 loss
24. Uruguay Luis Suárez 20 years, 207 days 19 August 2007 De Graafschap 1 1–8 win
25. Netherlands Rob de Wit 20 years, 207 days 19 August 2007 Sparta Rotterdam 1 2–5 win
27. Netherlands Edo Ophof 21 years, 123 days 18 October 1980 AZ '67 3 1–2 loss
28. Netherlands Arie Haan 21 years, 189 days 24 May 1970 ADO Den Haag 1 1–1 draw
29. Netherlands Danny Hoesen 21 years, 307 days 17 November 2012 VVV-Venlo 1 1–1 draw
30. Netherlands Arnold van Haren 22 years, 86 days 12 December 1965 Willem II 1 1–4 win
31. Denmark Ole Tobiasen 22 years, 115 days 31 August 1997 Utrecht 2 1–7 win
32. Netherlands Loek den Edel 22 years, 276 days 2 September 1956 NAC 1 1–0 win
33. Sweden Markus Rosenberg 22 years, 327 days 20 August 2005 RBC Roosendaal 1 0–2 win
34. Nigeria Sunday Oliseh 22 years, 339 days 19 August 1997 Vitesse 1 5–0 win
35. Netherlands Martin Wiggemansen 23 years, 81 days 27 August 1980 Roda JC 1 5–0 win
36. Netherlands Dick van Dijk 23 years, 176 days 10 August 1969 GVAV 1 1–3 win
37. Hungary Pál Fischer 23 years, 196 days 13 August 1989 FC Den Haag 1 0–4 win
38. Netherlands Piet Ouderland 23 years, 239 days 11 November 1956 Feijenoord 1 7–3 loss
39. Georgia (country) Shota Arveladze 24 years, 178 days 19 August 1997 Vitesse 1 5–0 win
40. Netherlands Derk Boerrigter 24 years, 295 days 7 August 1997 De Graafschap 1 1–4 win
41. Netherlands Nick Viergever 25 years, 7 days 10 August 2014 Vitesse 1 4–1 win
42. Netherlands Jan Snoeks 25 years, 147 days 25 August 1957 MVV 1 4–0 win
43. Sweden Stefan Pettersson 25 years, 152 days 25 August 1957 Fortuna Sittard 1 2–1 loss
44. England Ray Clarke 25 years, 335 days 26 August 1978 NAC 1 1–7 win
45. Morocco Mounir El Hamdaoui 26 years, 25 days 8 August 2010 Groningen 2 2–2 draw
46. Greece Nikos Machlas 26 years, 60 days 15 August 1999 Heerenveen 1 3–2 win
47. Netherlands John van Loen 26 years, 198 days 21 August 1991 Volendam 1 3–0 win
48. Sweden Inge Danielsson 26 years, 277 days 17 March 1968 PSV 1 4–0 win
49. Sweden Kennedy Bakircioglu 26 years, 290 days 19 August 2007 De Graafschap 1 1–8 win
50. Finland Niklas Moisander 26 years, 331 days 25 August 2012 De Graafschap 1 5–0 win
51. Netherlands Willy Brokamp 28 years, 195 days 8 September 1978 NAC 1 1–4 win
52. Denmark Henning Jensen 30 years, 2 days 19 August 1979 Willem II 2 1–3 win
53. Netherlands Theo Janssen 30 years, 11 days 7 August 2011 De Graafschap 1 1–4 win
54. Denmark Brian Laudrup 30 years, 174 days 15 August 1999 Heerenveen 1 3–2 win
55. Russia Dmitri Bulykin 31 years, 302 days 18 September 2011 PSV 1 2–2 win
56. Poland Andrzej Rudy 31 years, 308 days 19 August 1997 Vitesse 1 5–0 win

Youngest players to score a goal[edit]

Here is a list of the youngest Ajax players to score a goal in Eredivisie history, the list also includes how many matches were played prior to scoring.[16]

Youngest to score a goal

# Name Age Date Opponent Goals Goal Final score Matches played
1. Netherlands Clarence Seedorf 16 years, 361 days 28 March 1993 Vitesse 1 2–2 draw 9
2. Netherlands Gerald Vanenburg 17 years, 66 days 10 May 1981 MVV 2 6–1 win 6
3. Netherlands Jaïro Riedewald 17 years, 104 days 22 December 2013 Roda JC 2 1–2 win 1
4. Netherlands Marco van Basten 17 years, 154 days 3 April 1983 NEC 1 5–0 win 1
5. Netherlands Ronald de Boer 17 years, 190 days 21 November 1987 PEC Zwolle '82 1 6–4 win 1
6. Netherlands Johan Cruyff 17 years, 190 days 15 November 1964 GVAV 1 3–1 loss 1
7. Netherlands Bryan Roy 17 years, 206 days 6 September 1987 FC Twente 1 6–1 win 1
8. Nigeria Nwankwo Kanu 17 years, 238 days 27 March 1994 Feyenoord 1 2–1 loss 2
9. Netherlands Piet Keizer 17 years, 250 days 19 February 1961 PSV 1 1–3 win 2
10. Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart 17 years, 252 days 20 October 2000 Roda JC 1 4–2 win 5
11. Netherlands Wim Kieft 17 years, 285 days 23 August 1980 Go Ahead Eagles 2 2–4 win 2
12. Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 17 years, 288 days 22 February 1987 HFC Haarlem 1 6–0 win 2
13. Netherlands Marciano Vink 17 years, 319 days 31 August 1988 Sparta Rotterdam 1 2–1 win 1
14. Netherlands Frank Rijkaard 17 years, 328 days 23 August 1980 Go Ahead Eagles 1 2–4 win 1
15. Netherlands Ryan Babel 17 years, 337 days 20 November 2004 De Graafschap 1 0–5 win 2
16. Netherlands Sonny Silooy 17 years, 364 days 30 August 1981 De Graafschap 1 9–1 win 2
17. Netherlands Nordin Wooter 18 years, 4 days 28 August 1994 RKC Waalwijk 1 3–1 win 1
18. Netherlands Richard Witschge 18 years, 28 days 18 October 1987 FC Volendam 1 2–1 win 4
19. Netherlands Patrick Kluivert 18 years, 58 days 28 August 1994 RKC Waalwijk 1 3–1 win 1
20. Denmark Søren Lerby 18 years, 78 days 19 April 1976 NAC 1 5–0 win 3
21. Netherlands Ruud Kaiser 18 years, 102 days 7 April 1979 MVV 1 6–0 win 3
22. Netherlands Bob Westra 18 years, 146 days 15 March 1959 VVV 1 3–0 win 1
23. Netherlands Edwin Bakker 18 years, 149 days 30 January 1983 HFC Haarlem 1 6–1 win 1
24. Denmark Viktor Fischer 18 years, 155 days 11 November 2012 PEC Zwolle 2 2–4 win 3
25. Belgium Tom De Mul 18 years, 164 days 15 August 2004 Twente 1 2–3 win 3
26. Romania Nicolae Mitea 18 years, 195 days 5 October 2003 Groningen 1 1–3 win 2
27. Denmark Christian Eriksen 18 years, 196 days 29 August 2010 De Graafschap 1 0–5 win 19
28. Egypt Mido 18 years, 212 days 23 September 2001 Sparta Rotterdam 2 3–0 win 4
29. Netherlands Edwin Godee 18 years, 223 days 7 May 1983 Helmond Sport 1 1–4 win 1
30. Netherlands Edgar Davids 18 years, 231 days 30 October 1991 Willem II 1 3–0 win 3
31. Netherlands Kiki Musampa 18 years, 234 days 10 March 1996 Twente 1 6–1 win 12
32. Netherlands Siem de Jong 18 years, 252 days 7 October 2007 Sparta Rotterdam 1 2–2 draw 1
33. Netherlands Davy Klaassen 18 years, 279 days 27 November 2011 NEC 1 0–3 win 1
34. Netherlands John Bosman 18 years, 292 days 20 November 1983 Roda JC 1 2–1 win 1
35. Netherlands Wesley Sneijder 18 years, 308 days 13 April 2003 NAC 1 0–3 win 10
36. Netherlands Nigel de Jong 18 years, 336 days 1 November 2003 AZ 1 3–2 win 25
37. Netherlands Donald Feldmann 18 years, 344 days 10 November 1957 NAC 1 3–1 win 1
38. Netherlands Jody Lukoki 18 years, 348 days 29 October 2011 Roda JC 1 0–4 win 4
39. Netherlands Martin van Geel 19 years, 5 days 2 December 1979 FC Den Haag 1 3–0 win 5
40. Netherlands Ton Blanker 19 years, 22 days 7 October 1979 Roda JC 1 4–0 win 5
41. Netherlands Aron Winter 19 years, 36 days 6 April 1986 Roda JC 1 4–0 win 1
42. Denmark Jan Mølby 19 years, 49 days 22 August 1982 Go Ahead Eagles 1 4–1 win 1
43. Netherlands Ricardo Kishna 19 years, 50 days 23 February 2014 AZ 1 4–0 win 1
44. Netherlands Sjaak Swart 19 years, 60 days 1 September 1957 Enschede 1 0–3 win 7
45. Netherlands Tarik Oulida 19 years, 75 days 4 April 1993 Den Bosch 1 4–0 win 1
46. Suriname Clyde Wijnhard 19 years, 84 days 24 January 1993 Dordrecht '90 1 4–1 win 1
47. Netherlands Arno Splinter 19 years, 101 days 24 January 1993 AZ 1 1–1 draw 3
48. Netherlands Anwar El Ghazi 19 years, 107 days 17 August 2014 AZ 1 1–3 win 2
49. Netherlands Dennis Schulp 19 years, 109 days 7 May 1997 Groningen 1 1–1 draw 3
50. Netherlands Lorenzo Ebecilio 19 years, 163 days 6 March 2011 AZ 1 4–0 win 9

Top 5 youngest to score an own goal[edit]

Here is a list of the top five youngest Ajax players to score an own goal in Eredivisie history.[17]

Top 5 youngest to score an own goal

# Name Age Date Opponent
1. Netherlands Fabian Sporkslede 19 years, 65 days 7 October 2012 Utrecht
2. Germany Werner Schaaphok 19 years, 115 days 16 April 1961 ADO Den Haag
3. Netherlands Marciano Vink 19 years, 124 days 11 March 1989 RKC Waalwijk
4. Netherlands Frank Rijkaard 19 years, 136 days 13 February 1982 PEC Zwolle
5. Denmark Jan Mølby 19 years, 140 days 20 November 1982 Utrecht

Highest scoring in the National Cup[edit]

Here is a list of the players who have scored the most goals for Ajax in the KNVB Cup, with at least five goals scored.

Most goals scored for Ajax in the KNVB Cup:

# Name Goal Goals
1. Netherlands Johan Cruyff 35
2. Netherlands Henk Groot 19
Netherlands Sjaak Swart 19
4. Netherlands Piet Keizer 16
Netherlands Dick Schoenaker 16
Netherlands John Bosman 16
7. Denmark Frank Arnesen 15
8. Netherlands Siem de Jong 14
9. Netherlands Marco van Basten 12
Uruguay Luis Suárez 12
11. Netherlands Cees Groot 11
Netherlands Ruud Geels 11
Sweden Stefan Pettersson 11
Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 11
15. Netherlands Co Prins 10
Netherlands Wim Kieft 10
Denmark Søren Lerby 10
18. Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 9
19. Finland Jari Litmanen 8
Suriname Dean Gorré 8
Poland Arkadiusz Milik 8
22. Netherlands Theo Brokmann 7
Netherlands Jan-Willem Lucas 7
Netherlands Dick van Dijk 7
Netherlands Frank Rijkaard 7
Netherlands Edgar Davids 7
Netherlands Ronald de Boer 7
Brazil Wamberto 7
Denmark Viktor Fischer 7
29. Netherlands Klaas Nuninga 6
Netherlands Tschen La Ling 6
Netherlands Gerald Vanenburg 6
Georgia (country) Shota Arveladze 6
34. Netherlands Jan Seelen 5
Netherlands Gerrie Mühren 5
England Ray Clarke 5
Austria Felix Gasselich 5
Netherlands Ronald Koeman 5
Denmark Dan Petersen 5
Netherlands Frank de Boer 5
Netherlands Wesley Sneijder 5
Netherlands Demy de Zeeuw 5

Highest in a single cup match[edit]

Here is a list of the players who have scored the most goals for Ajax in a single KNVB Cup match, with at least three goals scored.

Most goals scored in a single KNVB Cup match:

# Year Name Opponent Goal Goals
1. 2014–15 Poland Arkadiusz Milik JOS Watergraafsmeer 6
2009–10 Uruguay Luis Suárez WHC 6
3. 1997-98 Suriname Dean Gorré MVV 4
1977–78 Netherlands Ruud Geels EVV 4
1965–66 Netherlands Johan Cruyff Veendam 4
6. 1997–98 Finland Jari Litmanen PSV 3
1992–93 Netherlands Edgar Davids Feyenoord 3
1988–89 Netherlands Aron Winter SVV 3
1987–88 Netherlands John Bosman Quick Boys 3
1983–84 Austria Felix Gasselich HOV 3
1982–83 Netherlands Dick Schoenaker Roda JC 3
1980–81 Netherlands Wim Kieft Twente 3
SVV 3
1974–75 Netherlands Ruud Geels Helmond Sport 3
1960–61 Netherlands Henk Groot Cambuur 3
NAC 3
Netherlands Co Prins Zeist 3
Rapidistas 3
1958–59 Netherlands Jan Seelen JOS 3
1942–43 Netherlands Gerrit Fischer Wageningen 3
1916–17 Netherlands Theo Brokmann Tubantia 3
Netherlands Jan Schäfer Hengelo 3

Highest scoring in the Champions League[edit]

Here is a list of the players who have scored the most goals for Ajax in the Champions League, with at least four goals scored.

Most goals scored for Ajax in the Champions League:

# Name Goal Goals
1. Finland Jari Litmanen 20
2. Netherlands Patrick Kluivert 9
3. Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 6
4. Belgium Wesley Sonck 5
Netherlands Nigel de Jong 5
6. Netherlands Ronald de Boer 4
Netherlands Siem de Jong 4
Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart 4

Players with most appearances[edit]

Here is a list of the top 10 Ajax players who have played the most number of matches for Ajax.

Most successful managers[edit]

Here is a list of the Ajax managers who have won the most national titles at the helm of Ajax.

Managers who have won the most national titles for Ajax

# Name Titles won Years
1. England Jack Reynolds 8 1918, 1919, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1937, 1938, 1947
2. Netherlands Rinus Michels 4 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970
Netherlands Frank de Boer 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
4. Netherlands Louis van Gaal 3 1994, 1995, 1996
5. Hungary Ștefan Kovács 2 1972, 1973
Netherlands Leo Beenhakker 1980, 1990
Netherlands Ronald Koeman 2002, 2004
8. Austria Karl Humenberger 1 1957
England Vic Buckingham 1960
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Tomislav Ivić 1977
Netherlands Cor Brom 1979
Germany Kurt Linder 1979
Netherlands Aad de Mos 1983
Driemanschap* 1985
Denmark Morten Olsen 1998

Managers with consecutive titles[edit]

Here is a list of the Ajax managers who have won the most consecutive national titles at the helm of Ajax.

Managers who have won the most consecutive national titles for Ajax

# Name Titles won Years
1. Netherlands Frank de Boer 4 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
2. Netherlands Rinus Michels 3 1966, 1967, 1968
Netherlands Louis van Gaal 1994, 1995, 1996
4. Hungary Ștefan Kovács 2 1972, 1973

Top 25 most expensive transfers[edit]

Here is a list of the top 25 most expensive transfers in the club's history for both the club acquisitions and departures.

Top 25 most expensive player acquisitions

# Player Position Age Previous club Season Transfer fee
1. Serbia Miralem Sulejmani Winger 19 Netherlands Heerenveen 2008–09 €16.25 million
2. Morocco Hakim Ziyech Midfielder 23 Netherlands FC Twente 2016–17 €11 million
3. Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Striker 22 Netherlands Heerenveen 2005–06 €9 million
4. Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović Striker 19 Sweden Malmö FF 2001–02 €8.7 million
5. Greece Nikos Machlas Striker 26 Netherlands Vitesse 1999–00 €8.6 million
6. Denmark Michael Laudrup Midfielder 33 Japan Vissel Kobe 1997–98 €7.5 million
7. Uruguay Luis Suárez Winger 20 Netherlands Groningen 2007–08 €7.5 million
8. Austria Maximilian Wöber Center back 19 Austria Rapid Wien 2017–18 €7.5 million
9. Netherlands Ferdi Vierklau Right back 26 Spain Tenerife 1999–00 €7.3 million
10. Netherlands Daley Sinkgraven Midfielder 19 Netherlands Heerenveen 2014–15 €7 million
11. Georgia (country) Georgi Kinkladze Midfielder 25 England Manchester City 1998–99 €6.8 million
12. Argentina Darío Cvitanich Striker 24 Argentina Banfield 2008–09 €6.5 million
13. Netherlands Demy de Zeeuw Midfielder 26 Netherlands AZ 2009–10 €6.5 million
14. Belgium Wesley Sonck Striker 24 Belgium Racing Genk 2003–04 €6 million
15. Serbia Nemanja Gudelj Midfielder 23 Netherlands AZ 2015–16 €6 million
16. Colombia Mateo Casierra Striker 19 Colombia Deportivo Cali 2016–17 €5.5 million
17. Sweden Markus Rosenberg Striker 22 Sweden Malmö FF 2005–06 €5.3 million
18. Morocco Mounir El Hamdaoui Striker 25 Netherlands AZ 2010–11 €5 million
19. Colombia Davinson Sánchez Center back 20 Colombia Atlético Nacional 2016–17 €5 million
20. Greece Angelos Charisteas Striker 24 Germany Werder Bremen 2004–05 €4.5 million
21. Netherlands Frank Verlaat Center back 31 Germany VfB Stuttgart 1999–00 €4.4 million
22. Netherlands Victor Sikora Winger 24 Netherlands Vitesse 2002–03 €4.3 million
23. Egypt Mido Striker 18 Belgium Gent 2001–02 €4.2 million
24. Morocco Ismaïl Aissati Midfielder 19 Netherlands PSV 2008–09 €4.1 million
25. Costa Rica Froylán Ledezma Striker 19 Costa Rica Alajuelense 1997–98 €4 million
26. Uruguay Nicolás Lodeiro Midfielder 20 Uruguay Nacional 2009–10 €4 million

Top 25 most expensive players sold

# Player Position Age New club Season Transfer fee
1. Colombia Davinson Sánchez Defender 21 England Tottenham Hotspur 2017–18 €42 million
2. Poland Arkadiusz Milik Striker 22 Italy Napoli 2016–17 €35 million
3. Netherlands Davy Klaassen Midfielder 24 England Everton 2017–18 €27 million
4. Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Striker 25 Spain Real Madrid 2008–09 €27 million
5. Netherlands Wesley Sneijder Midfielder 23 Spain Real Madrid 2007–08 €27 million
6. Uruguay Luis Suárez Winger 24 England Liverpool 2010–11 €26.5 million
7. Romania Cristian Chivu Center back 22 Italy Roma 2003–04 €18 million
8. Netherlands Daley Blind Left back 24 England Manchester United 2014–15 €17.5 million
9. Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp Striker 24 Italy Internazionale 1993–94 €17.5 million
10. Netherlands Ryan Babel Winger 20 England Liverpool 2007–08 €17.3 million
11. Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović Striker 22 Italy Juventus 2004–05 €16 million
12. Denmark Christian Eriksen Midfielder 21 England Tottenham Hotspur 2013–14 €13.5 million
13. Netherlands Jasper Cillessen Goalkeeper 27 Spain Barcelona 2016–17 €13 million
14. Belgium Jan Vertonghen Center back 25 England Tottenham Hotspur 2012–13 €12.5 million
15. Netherlands Riechedly Bazoer Midfielder 20 Germany VfL Wolfsburg 2016–17 €12 million
16. Netherlands Andy van der Meyde Winger 23 Italy Internazionale 2003–04 €12 million
17. Denmark Jesper Grønkjær Winger 23 England Chelsea 2000–01 €11.8 million
18. Netherlands John Heitinga Center back 24 Spain Atlético Madrid 2008–09 €10 million
19. Nigeria Finidi George Striker 25 Spain Real Betis 1996–97 €10 million
20. Nigeria Sunday Oliseh Midfielder 24 Italy Juventus 1999–00 €10 million
21. Netherlands Vurnon Anita Midfielder 23 England Newcastle United 2012–13 €8.5 million
22. Netherlands Marc Overmars Winger 24 England Arsenal 1997–98 €7.5 million
23. Netherlands Frank de Boer Center back 28 Spain Barcelona 1998–99 €7.5 million
24. Netherlands Ronald de Boer Winger 28 Spain Barcelona 1998–99 €7.5 million
25. Netherlands Siem de Jong Midfielder 25 England Newcastle United 2014–15 €7.5 million

AFC Ajax prize winners[edit]

At the end of each season, Ajax have awarded their top player of the season, the top talent of the season and the top prospect from their training ground De Toekomst (The Future) with the following awards, since 1993, the AFC Ajax Player of the Year (Dutch: Ajacied van het Jaar) is awarded the Rinus Michels Award, the AFC Ajax Talent of the Year (Dutch: Talent van het Jaar) is awarded the Marco van Basten Award since 1994. The club's top prospect from the training ground, the Talent of the Future (Dutch: Talent van De Toekomst) has been awarded the Sjaak Swart Award since 1999.

In 2018 the Talent of the Future award was renamed the Abdelhak Nouri Award, in honor of Abdelhak Nouri in commemoration of the 'jewel of the training ground', almost a year after the player had suffered an arrhythmia attack in a pre-season friendly match against Werder Bremen.[19]

AFC Ajax Player of the Year
Rinus Michels Award

Year Name
1993 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
1994 Finland Jari Litmanen
1995 Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
1996 Netherlands Marc Overmars
1997 Netherlands Ronald de Boer
1998 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
1999 Finland Jari Litmanen
2000 Denmark Jesper Grønkjær
2001 Romania Cristian Chivu
2002 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart
2003 Romania Cristian Chivu
2004 Brazil Maxwell
2005 Netherlands Nigel de Jong
2006 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
2007 Netherlands Wesley Sneijder
2008 Netherlands Maarten Stekelenburg
2009 Uruguay Luis Suárez
2010 Uruguay Luis Suárez
2011 Netherlands Maarten Stekelenburg
2012 Belgium Jan Vertonghen
2013 Netherlands Daley Blind
2014 Denmark Lasse Schöne
2015 Netherlands Jasper Cillessen
2016 Netherlands Jasper Cillessen
2017 Colombia Davinson Sánchez
2018 Morocco Hakim Ziyech

AFC Ajax Talent of the Year
Marco van Basten Award

Year Name
1994 Netherlands Tarik Oulida
1995 Nigeria Nwankwo Kanu
1996 Netherlands Nordin Wooter
1997 Netherlands Mario Melchiot
1998 South Africa Benni McCarthy
1999 Netherlands Richard Knopper
2000 Romania Cristian Chivu
2001 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart
2002 Brazil Maxwell
2003 South Africa Steven Pienaar
2004 Romania Nicolae Mitea
2005 Netherlands Hedwiges Maduro
2006 Netherlands Urby Emanuelson / Belgium Thomas Vermaelen
2007 Netherlands Ryan Babel
2008 Belgium Jan Vertonghen
2009 Netherlands Gregory van der Wiel
2010 Belgium Toby Alderweireld
2011 Denmark Christian Eriksen
2012 Netherlands Ricardo van Rhijn
2013 Denmark Viktor Fischer
2014 Netherlands Davy Klaassen
2015 Netherlands Anwar El Ghazi
2016 Netherlands Riechedly Bazoer
2017 Denmark Kasper Dolberg
2018 Netherlands Matthijs de Ligt

Talent of the Future
Sjaak Swart Award

Year Name
1999 Netherlands Youssouf Hersi
2000 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart
2001 Netherlands John Heitinga
2002 Netherlands Wesley Sneijder
2003 Netherlands Kenneth Vermeer
2004 Turkey Murat Yıldırım
2005 Netherlands Hedwiges Maduro
2006 Netherlands Donovan Slijngard
2007 Netherlands Siem de Jong
2008 Netherlands Daley Blind
2009 Armenia Aras Özbiliz
2010 Denmark Christian Eriksen
2011 Netherlands Davy Klaassen
2012 Netherlands Mickey van der Hart
2013 Netherlands Damon Mirani
2014 Morocco Aschraf El Mahdioui
2015 Netherlands Donny van de Beek
2016 Netherlands Matthijs de Ligt
2017 Netherlands Justin Kluivert

Talent of the Future
Abdelhak Nouri Award

Year Name
2018 Netherlands Ryan Gravenberch

VVCS-gala prize winners[edit]

The VVCS-gala is an annual gala which takes place at the end of each season, where the best Dutch Footballer, best keeper, topscorer of the Eredivisie, and the talent of the year are awarded. Here are a list Ajax players who have received awards at the gala in the past.

Dutch Footballer of the Year[edit]

Dutch Footballer of the Year is an award honoring the best Dutch Football player in the Eredivisie. Now the Golden boot is award to the best Footballer, when the two awards used to be presented separately in the past, the prize is nominated by De Telegraaf and Voetbal International, and is presented at the VVCS-gala.

Golden Boots

Year Name
1982 Netherlands Wim Kieft
1983 Netherlands Piet Schrijvers
1985 Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
1986 Netherlands Marco van Basten
1987 Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
1993 Netherlands Marc Overmars
1995 Netherlands Danny Blind
1996 Netherlands Danny Blind
1998 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
2002 Romania Cristian Chivu
2004 Brazil Maxwell
2008 Netherlands John Heitinga
2010 Uruguay Luis Suárez
2012 Belgium Jan Vertonghen
2014 Netherlands Daley Blind
2016 Netherlands Davy Klaassen
2018 Morocco Hakim Ziyech

Footballer of the Year

Year Name
1985 Netherlands Marco van Basten
1990 Netherlands Jan Wouters
1991 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
1992 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
1993 Finland Jari Litmanen
1994 Netherlands Ronald de Boer
1996 Netherlands Ronald de Boer
2004 Brazil Maxwell

Silver Boots

Year Name
1975 Netherlands Ruud Geels
1984 Netherlands Marco van Basten
2013 Denmark Christian Eriksen

Bronze Boots

Year Name
1977 Netherlands Ruud Geels
1978 Netherlands Ruud Geels
2008 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
2010 Netherlands Demy de Zeeuw
2012 Denmark Christian Eriksen
2018 Netherlands Matthijs de Ligt

Dutch Goalkeeper of the Year[edit]

The Dutch Goalkeeper of the Year was a title awarded to the best Goalkeeper of the Dutch Eredivisie, the prize was awarded at the gala from 1987 to 2004. Until 1997, the prize was awarded annually, but was awarded by the season after 1998–99.

Goalkeeper of the Year

Year Name
1990 Netherlands Stanley Menzo
1994 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
1995 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
1996 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
1997 Netherlands Edwin van der Sar

Dutch Talent of the Year[edit]

The Dutch Talent of the Year was a title awarded to the best Talent of the Dutch Eredivisie from 1984 to 2004, it was merged with the Johan Cruijff Prijs the following season.

Talent of the Year

Year Name
1986 Netherlands Aron Winter
1987 Netherlands Bryan Roy
1989 Netherlands Richard Witschge
1990 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
1992 Netherlands Marc Overmars
1993 Netherlands Clarence Seedorf
1994 Netherlands Clarence Seedorf
1995 Netherlands Patrick Kluivert
2001 Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart
2004 Netherlands John Heitinga

Johan Cruyff Award

Year Name
2004 Netherlands Wesley Sneijder
2006 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
2010 Netherlands Gregory van der Wiel
2011 Denmark Christian Eriksen
2014 Netherlands Davy Klaassen

Dutch Manager of the year[edit]

The Dutch professional manager of the Year is a title awarded to the best professional manager of the Dutch Eredivisie from 2003 to present, it is known as the Rinus Michels Award. (not to be confused with the AFC Ajax award by the same name)

Rinus Michels Award

Year Name
2013 Netherlands Frank de Boer
2014 Netherlands Frank de Boer

Eredivisie topscorers[edit]

Here is a list of Ajax players who have finished the season as top scorer of the Dutch Eredivisie.

Ajax players who finished as Eredivisie topscorers by season

Year Name Goal
1960 Netherlands Henk Groot 38
1961 Netherlands Henk Groot 41
1967 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 33
1972 Netherlands Johan Cruyff 25
1975 Netherlands Ruud Geels 30
1976 Netherlands Ruud Geels 29
1977 Netherlands Ruud Geels 34
1978 Netherlands Ruud Geels 30
1982 Netherlands Wim Kieft 32
1984 Netherlands Marco van Basten 28
1985 Netherlands Marco van Basten 22
1986 Netherlands Marco van Basten 37
1987 Netherlands Marco van Basten 31
1991 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 25
1992 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 22
1993 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp 26
1994 Finland Jari Litmanen 26
2006 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 33
2008 Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 33
2010 Uruguay Luis Suárez 35

Ajax players on the Dutch national team[edit]

  Players still playing for Ajax are highlighted

Here is a list of players who have played for the Netherlands national football team while playing for Ajax. The first column reflects the players caps for the national team during their tenure at Ajax, while the second column shows the players total appearances, the third column represents the amount of goals scored in total, except when marked with an asterisk (*) which indicates goals conceded in case of a goalkeeper.

Ajax players with the Netherlands national team

# Name Matches (Ajax) Matches (Total) Goal Goals
1. Ruud Krol 71 83 4
2. Frank de Boer 65 112 13
3. Wim Suurbier 53 60 3
4. Ronald de Boer 49 67 13
5. Wim Anderiesen 46 46 0
6. Bennie Muller 43 43 3
7. Danny Blind 40 42 1
8. Maarten Stekelenburg 40 54 40*
9. John Heitinga 39 87 7
10. Edwin van der Sar 39 130 87*
11. John van 't Schip 38 41 2
12. Jan Wouters 38 70 4
13. Henk Groot 35 39 12
14. Frank Rijkaard 35 73 10
15. Piet Schrijvers 35 46 40
16. Wesley Sneijder 35 111 27
17. Gregory van der Wiel 35 41 0
18. Piet Keizer 34 34 11
19. Marc Overmars 34 86 17
20. Dolf van Kol 33 33 4
21. Aron Winter 32 84 6
22. Sjaak Swart 31 31 10
23. Rafael van der Vaart 29 109 25
24. Johan Neeskens 24 49 17
25. Dennis Bergkamp 23 79 37
26. Johan Cruyff 21 48 33
27. Arie Haan 21 35 6
28. Daley Blind 21 25 2
29. Jasper Cillessen 20 20 16*
30. Jan de Natris 20 23 5
31. Anton Pronk 19 19 0
32. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 18 69 39
33. Sonny Silooy 18 25 0
34. Marco van Basten 16 58 24
35. Peter Boeve 16 16 0
36. Piet van der Kuil 16 40 9
37. Richard Witschge 16 31 1
38. Arnold Mühren 15 23 3
39. Edo Ophof 15 15 2
40. Johnny Rep 15 42 12
41. Ryan Babel 14 42 5
42. John Bosman 14 30 17
43. Barry Hulshoff 14 14 6
44. Patrick Kluivert 14 79 40
45. Tschen La Ling 14 14 2
46. Klaas Nuninga 14 19 4
47. Urby Emanuelson 13 17 0
48. Bryan Roy 13 32 9
49. Dick Schoenaker 13 13 6
50. Ruud Geels 12 20 11
51. Hedwiges Maduro 12 18 0
52. Michael Reiziger 12 72 1
53. Ronald Spelbos 12 21 1
54. Joop Stoffelen 12 12 0
55. Gerald Vanenburg 12 42 1
56. Peter van Vossen 11 31 9
57. Nigel de Jong 10 80 1
58. Ronald Koeman 10 78 14
59. Gerrie Mühren 10 10 0
60. Edgar Davids 9 74 6
61. Henk Hordijk 9 9 0
62. Co Prins 9 10 3
63. Winston Bogarde 8 20 0
64. Ricardo van Rhijn 8 8 0
65. Ge Fortgens 8 8 0
66. Wim Jonk 8 49 11
67. Rob de Wit 8 8 3
68. Guus Dräger 7 13 5
69. Henk van der Linden 7 7 0
70. Piet Ouderland 7 7 0
71. Joël Veltman 7 7 0
72. Wim Volkers 7 7 2
73. Demy de Zeeuw 7 27 0
74. Siem de Jong 6 6 2
75. Wim Kieft 6 43 11
76. Stanley Menzo 6 6 10
77. Fons Pelser 6 6 0
78. Jan Potharst 6 6 0
79. Nico Rijnders 6 8 0
80. Simon Tahamata 6 22 2
81. Jan de Boer 5 5 4*
82. Dick van Dijk 5 7 1
83. Joop van Dort 5 5 0
84. Peter Hoekstra 5 5 0
85. Rinus Michels 5 5 0
86. Clarence Seedorf 5 87 11
87. Hans Boskamp 4 4 0
88. Jan van Diepenbeek 4 4 0
89. Theo van Duivenbode 4 5 0
90. Andy van der Meyde 4 17 1
91. Peet Petersen 4 4 1
92. Eddy Pieters Graafland 4 47 73*
93. Kenneth Vermeer 4 4 0*
94. Wim Addicks 3 3 2
95. Vurnon Anita 3 3 0
96. Hein Delsen 3 3 0
97. Wim Gupfert 3 3 2
98. Cock van der Hoeven 3 3 0
99. Gerrie Stroker 3 3 0
100. Henk Blomvliet 2 2 0
101. Nico Buwalda 2 2 0
102. Gé van Dijk 2 2 0
103. Gerrit Keizer 2 2 7
104. Keje Molenaar 2 2 0
105. Henk Mulders 2 2 1
106. Piet van Reenen 2 2 0
107. Jan Schubert 2 2 0
108. Marciano Vink 2 2 0
109. Theo Brokmann 1 1 1
110. Davy Klaassen 1 1 0
111. Andre de Kruijff 1 1 0
112. Henny Meijer 1 1 0
113. René Notten 1 5 0
114. Theo Schetters 1 1 0
115. Rob Witschge 1 30 3

Statistics accurate as of 16 November 2014 after the match against Latvia[20]

Ajax players on international cups[edit]

Here is a list of Ajax players who have competed on international cups, including the FIFA World Cup, FIFA Confederations Cup, the UEFA Euro Cup, the Copa América and the Africa Cup of Nations. To this date no Ajax players have participated in the AFC Asian Cup, the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the Caribbean Cup or the OFC Nations Cup while playing for AFC Ajax.

Cup Players
Italy 1934 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Wim Anderiesen
Netherlands Jan van Diepenbeek
France 1938 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Wim Anderiesen
Netherlands Dick Been
West Germany 1974 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Arie Haan
Netherlands Piet Keizer
Netherlands Ruud Krol
Netherlands Johan Neeskens
Netherlands Johnny Rep
Netherlands Wim Suurbier
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia UEFA Euro 1976 Netherlands Ruud Geels
Netherlands Ruud Krol
Netherlands Piet Schrijvers
Netherlands Wim Suurbier
Argentina 1978 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Ruud Krol
Netherlands Dick Schoenaker
Netherlands Piet Schrijvers
Italy UEFA Euro 1980 Netherlands Piet Schrijvers
France UEFA Euro 1984 Denmark Jan Mølby
Denmark Jesper Olsen
West Germany UEFA Euro 1988 Netherlands John Bosman
Netherlands Arnold Mühren
Netherlands John van 't Schip
Netherlands Aron Winter
Netherlands Jan Wouters
Italy 1990 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Danny Blind
Sweden Peter Larsson
Netherlands Stanley Menzo
Sweden Stefan Pettersson
Netherlands Bryan Roy
Netherlands John van 't Schip
Netherlands Aron Winter
Netherlands Richard Witschge
Netherlands Jan Wouters
Sweden UEFA Euro 1992 Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
Netherlands Danny Blind
Netherlands Frank de Boer
Netherlands Wim Jonk
Netherlands Stanley Menzo
Netherlands Bryan Roy
Netherlands John van 't Schip
Netherlands Aron Winter
Tunisia 1994 Africa Cup of Nations Nigeria Finidi George
United States 1994 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Danny Blind
Netherlands Frank de Boer
Netherlands Ronald de Boer
Nigeria Finidi George
Netherlands Marc Overmars
Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
Netherlands Peter van Vossen
England UEFA Euro 1996 Netherlands Danny Blind
Netherlands Ronald de Boer
Netherlands Winston Bogarde
Netherlands Edgar Davids
Netherlands Peter Hoekstra
Netherlands Patrick Kluivert
Netherlands Michael Reiziger
Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
Burkina Faso 1998 Africa Cup of Nations South Africa Benni McCarthy
France 1998 FIFA World Cup Nigeria Tijani Babangida
Netherlands Frank de Boer
Netherlands Ronald de Boer
Denmark Michael Laudrup
South Africa Benni McCarthy
Nigeria Sunday Oliseh
Netherlands Edwin van der Sar
Ghana Nigeria 2000 Africa Cup of Nations Nigeria Tijani Babangida
Belgium Netherlands UEFA Euro 2000 Romania Cristian Chivu
Denmark Jesper Grønkjær
Romania Bogdan Lobonț
Netherlands Aron Winter
Mali 2002 Africa Cup of Nations Egypt Mido
Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
South Korea Japan 2002 FIFA World Cup Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Nigeria Pius Ikedia
United States John O'Brien
South Africa Steven Pienaar
Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
Tunisia 2004 Africa Cup of Nations Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
Portugal UEFA Euro 2004 Czech Republic Tomáš Galásek
Czech Republic Zdeněk Grygera
Netherlands John Heitinga
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
Netherlands Wesley Sneijder
Netherlands Rafael van der Vaart
Germany 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup Greece Angelos Charisteas
Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
Egypt 2006 Africa Cup of Nations Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
Germany 2006 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Ryan Babel
Czech Republic Tomáš Galásek
Czech Republic Zdeněk Grygera
Netherlands John Heitinga
Netherlands Hedwiges Maduro
Sweden Markus Rosenberg
Netherlands Wesley Sneijder
Netherlands Maarten Stekelenburg
Tunisia Hatem Trabelsi
Austria Switzerland UEFA Euro 2008 Netherlands John Heitinga
Netherlands Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
Netherlands Maarten Stekelenburg
Angola 2010 Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon Eyong Enoh
South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup Cameroon Eyong Enoh
Denmark Christian Eriksen
Uruguay Nicolás Lodeiro
Serbia Marko Pantelić
Denmark Dennis Rommedahl
Netherlands Maarten Stekelenburg
Uruguay Luis Suárez
Netherlands Gregory van der Wiel
Netherlands Demy de Zeeuw
Argentina 2011 Copa América Uruguay Nicolás Lodeiro
Poland Ukraine UEFA Euro 2012 Denmark Christian Eriksen
Netherlands Gregory van der Wiel
South Africa 2013 Africa Cup of Nations South Africa Thulani Serero
Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup Netherlands Daley Blind
Netherlands Jasper Cillessen
Netherlands Joël Veltman
France UEFA Euro 2016 Poland Arkadiusz Milik
Gabon 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Burkina Faso Bertrand Traoré
Russia 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup Cameroon André Onana
Germany Amin Younes
Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup Denmark Kasper Dolberg
Denmark Lasse Schöne
Argentina Nicolás Tagliafico
Morocco Hakim Ziyech

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