Gillingham Point Per Game: Liverpool Point Per Game: Sevilla Point Per Game: Performance - Excelsior Collapse. MP Matches Played this season. Higher numbers indicate a stronger team.
Table of teams with the highest number of matches where they conceded 0 goals. Stats are taken from League runs only. List of teams with the highest number of matches where both teams scored.
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Polman Stadion Almelo Stadionlaan 1, Almelo. Noordlease Stadion Groningen Boumaboulevard 41, Groningen.
Stadion Galgenwaard Utrecht Herculesplein , Utrecht. GelreDome Arnhem Batavierenweg 25, Arnhem. Philips Stadion Eindhoven Frederiklaan 10, Eindhoven.
Today Excelsior host Groningen in the Eredivisie from Netherlands. De Graafschap vs Excelsior. Against 25' Against 50' Against 55' Against 70' 38'.
Today Excelsior host Vitesse in the Eredivisie from Netherlands. PEC Zwolle vs Excelsior. Against 23' Against 55'. Today Excelsior host Heerenveen in the Eredivisie from Netherlands.
Willem II vs Excelsior. Against 86' Against 88' 31' 82'. NAC Breda vs Excelsior. Today Feyenoord host Excelsior in the Eredivisie from Netherlands.
Against 17' Against 77' Against 89'. Excelsior vs Fortuna Sittard. Get Extra Profitable Leagues. Under - Under 0.
Frequent Scorelines - Full-Time Show all Show less. Goals by 10 Minutes. Goals by 15 Minutes. After their relegation in , the team returned to the Eredivisie two years later.
Until , Excelsior was a satellite club of Feyenoord. As such, Feyenoord gave Excelsior money and players either on loan or free transfer.
In , the link between the two clubs was severed. It was reinstated in , resulting in the loan of several Feyenoord players to Excelsior for the —10 season.
Excelsior's home stadium is the Stadion Woudestein, which has a capacity of about 4,, one of the smallest stadiums hosting professional football in the Netherlands.
The main rival of Excelsior is Sparta , another professional football team from Rotterdam. Rotterdam Football and Athletics Club Excelsior.
However, the initial founders of the club, a group of close friends located in the Kralingen district of Rotterdam , were already playing their football matches together on the fields of the eighteenth century buitenplaats Woudesteyn.
After the actual establishment of the club, the municipality officially gave permission to use the land. In the season —46, Excelsior gained their first success by promoting to the Eerste Klasse, the highest tier of Dutch football before professional football was introduced in Excelsior relegated in the next season, but managed to promote for the second time in the season — After the introduction of professional football, Excelsior won the Eerste Divisie championship three times , and and promoted to the Eredivisie various times, usually to relegate not long afterwards.
Excelsior's biggest pre-war achievement was the win of the Zilveren Bal trophy. Excelsior beat Feyenoord 5—0 in the finals of the highly rated pre-season tournament.
Besides Excelsior, there are two more professional clubs from Rotterdam ; Feyenoord and Sparta. Being the smallest professional club in Rotterdam, Excelsior always had to be creative to survive.
This creativity made Excelsior play a pioneering role within Dutch football. In the mid-fifties, Excelsior were the leading club behind the introduction of professional football in the Netherlands.
In Excelsior became the first Dutch club with covered stands. Later, in , Excelsior also were the first Dutch club with shirt advertising.
Against the then existing rules, the club put an 'A' on the shirt. The character was supposed to stand for 'Team A', but in reality it stood for Akai , the company of main investor Rob Albers.
The KNVB decided to ban the 'A' from the shirt and it would take until for shirt advertising to be introduced. Akai would adorn the shirts of Excelsior until the season — In , Excelsior chairman Jaap Bontenbal and Feyenoord manager Peter Stephan were at the start of the close relationship between the two Rotterdam clubs Excelsior and Feyenoord.
The finger tight relationship that existed between the two clubs since then was contractually sealed in with an official partnership.
Excelsior became Feyenoord's feeder club and provided experience and training for young talented Feyenoord players.
On 20 December , Feyenoord announced not to renew the partnership contract with Excelsior due to financial and flexibility reasons.
As part of the new agreement, the clubs started a joint regional youth academy called Feyenoord Academy and merged the club's reserve teams.
Also, Excelsior continued to be Feyenoord's feeder club. Excelsior's managing director Simon Kelder was pleased with the new extensive partnership: It doesn't only reduces the costs, but I am also convinced both clubs will benefit on sportive grounds.
A majority of the Excelsior fans have always been against a partnership with Feyenoord. Michel van der Neut, chairman of Excelsior's supporters club, claimed: Excelsior simply stops existing this way.
The team was mostly composed by Feyenoord loanees and was coached by former Feyenoord youth coach Alex Pastoor. In the —11 season Excelsior made a flying start in the Eredivisie, gaining ten points in its first five matches, including a home victory in the Rotterdam derby against Feyenoord 3—2.
In the remainder of the season, Excelsior upset some of the larger league teams at home, winning against AZ and getting draws against Groningen and eventual league champions Ajax.
In the final match of the regular season, Excelsior got a 4—1 win away at Vitesse Arnhem , a result that left them one goal short of staying up.
A 4—2 home win against Helmond sport ensured another season of Eredivisie football for Excelsior.
Excelsior finished bottom of the table in the Eredivisie at the end of the —12 season, managing only four wins in 34 matches.
The club was again relegated to the Eerste Divisie. Excelsior's home venue is Stadion Woudestein , which has a capacity of 3, seats, one of the smallest stadiums hosting professional football in the Netherlands.
The club had two short spells at different locations. For the season —08 Excelsior played on the Afrikaanderplein. After returning to Woudestein, Excelsior moved to the Toepad terrain for seasons — When the Dutch government decided to build marine barracks on the Toepad area right before the start of the second world war , Excelsior moved back to the familiar Woudestein.
In the early nineties Excelsior went through a difficult period. The club barely survived a financial crisis, but a newly appointed board under the chairmanship of Martin de Jager had one important goal; a new Excelsior stadium.
Various plans were made, one of them being a joint stadium for Excelsior and Sparta , but eventually none of the plans were implemented.
Due to financial pressure, Excelsior decided to take the plunge and started renovating Woudestein themselves. The club built two new stands themselves and with the help of the municipality the main stand got renovated as well, including business seats and office space.