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Ajax

Updated on June 4, 2013

Official Name: AFC Ajax

President: John Jaake

Secretary: Ed Lefeber

Press Officer: Marcell Bass

Coach: Henk Ten Cate

Address: Arena Boulevard 29, 1101 AX Amsterdam

Tel.: +31 (0) 20 - 3 111 444

Fax: +31 (0) 20 - 3 111 480

E-mail: info@ajax.nl

Uniform: White/red

Alternative uniform: red/black

European Champions Clubs Cup winner: 1971, 1972, 1973

UEFA Champions League winner: 1995

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1987

EUSA Cup winner: 1972, 1995

UEFA Super Cup: 1973, 1995

UEFA Cup: 1992

National Championship winner: 1918, 1919, 1932, 1934, 1937, 1939, 1947, 1957, 1960, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004

Divisional Champions First Class: 1918, 1919, 1921, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1952

Dutch Super Cup: 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2005, 2006

Intertoto winner: 1962

National Cup winner: 1917, 1943, 1961, 1967, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1979, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2006

1900: March 18: Foundation of Ajax Amsterdam, First home ground: "small pitch" (for 6 months), New home ground: Amsterdam Noord

1907: New Stadium: Wooden Stadium

1910: New manager: Jack Kirwan

1911: Promoted to first division

1914: Relegated to second division

1915: New manager: Jack Reynolds

1917: National Cup winner

1918: National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1919: National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1921: Divisional Champions First Class

1925: New manager: Harold Rose

1926: New manager: Stanley Castle

1927: Divisional Champions First Class

1928: New manager: Jack Reynolds, Divisional Champions First Class

1930: New Stadium: Amsterdam Olimpic Stadium, Divisional Champions First Class

1931: Divisional Champions First Class

1932: National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1934: December 9: New Stadium: De Meer (used parallel with Olimpic Stadium for <20 000 expected spectator games), National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1935: Divisional Champions First Class

1936: Divisional Champions First Class

1937: National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1939: National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1940: New manager: Vilmos Halpern

1941: New manager: Wim Volkers

1942: New manager: Dolf van Kol

1943: National Cup winner

1945: New manager: Jack Reynolds

1946: Divisional Champions First Class

1947: New manager: Robert Smith, National Championship winner, Divisional Champions First Class

1948: New manager: Walter Crook

1950: New manager: Robert Thomson, Divisional Champions First Class

1952: Divisional Champions First Class

1953: New manager: Walter Crook

1954: New manager: Karl Humenberger

1957: National Championship winner

1959: New manager: Vic Buckingham

1960: National Championship winner

1961: New manager: Keith Spurgeon, UEFA Cup Winners Cup participation (for first time), National Cup winner

1962: New manager: Joseph Gruber, Intertoto winner

1963: New manager: Jack Rowley

1964: New manager: Vic Buckingham

1965: New manager: Rinus Michels

1966: National Championship winner

1967: National Championship winner, National Cup winner

1968: National Championship winner

1969: UEFA Cup Winners Cup finalist

1970: National Championship winner, National Cup winner

1971: New manager: István Kovács, European Champions Clubs Cup winner, National Cup winner

1972: European Champions Clubs Cup winner, EUSA Cup winner, National Championship winner, National Cup winner

1973: New manager: George Knobel, European Champions Clubs Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup, National Championship winner

1974: New manager: Bobby Haarms, New manager: Hans Kraay

1975: New manager: Rinus Michels

1976: New manager: TomislavIvić

1977: National Championship winner

1978: New manager: Cor Brom

1979: New manager: Leo Beenhakker, National Championship winner, National Cup winner

1980: National Championship winner

1981: New manager: Aad de Mos, New manager: Kurt Linder

1982: New manager: Aad de Mos, National Championship winner

1983: National Championship winner, National Cup winner

1985: New manager: Antoine Kohn, Tony Bruins Slot, Cor van der Hart, New manager: Johan Cruijff, National Championship winner

1986: National Cup winner

1987: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner, National Cup winner

1988: New manager: Antoine Kohn, New manager: Kurt Linder, New manager: Antoine Kohn, Bobby Haarms, Barry Hulshoff

1989: New manager: Leo Beenhakker

1990: National Championship winner

1991: New manager: Louis van Gaal

1992: UEFA Cup winner

1993: National Cup winner, Dutch Super Cup winner

1994: National Championship winner, Dutch Super Cup winner

1995: UEFA Champions League winner, EUSA Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup, National Championship winner, Dutch Super Cup winner

1996: Old stadium De Meer closed, move to new Stadium Amsterdam Arena (all Ajax games are meant to be played on this ground), National Championship winner

1997: New manager: Morten Olsen

1998: New manager: Jan Wouters, National Championship winner, National Cup winner

1999: National Cup winner

2000: New manager: Hans Westerhof, New manager: Co Adriaanse

2001: New manager: RonaLD Koeman

2002: National Championship winner, National Cup winner, Dutch Super Cup winner

2004: National Championship winner

2005: New manager: Danny Blind, Dutch Super Cup winner

2006: New manager: Henk ten Cate, National Cup winner

2007: New manager: Adrie Koster

2008: New manager: Marco van Basten

2009: New manager: John van't Schip, New manager: Martin Jol

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