The Women’s Eredivisie, or Eredivisie Vrouwen, is the highest women’s competition in Dutch football. The league consists of eight clubs: Achilles '29, ADO Den Haag, Ajax, sc Heerenveen, PEC Zwolle, PSV Eindhoven, FC Twente en Telstar VVNH.
Since its establishment in 2007, the Women’s Eredivisie has gone through several changes. In 2012, a binational league was created by the KNVB and its Belgian counterpart. The BeNe League had the top Dutch and Belgian teams playing each other once at home and once away. The KNVB decided with the seven Dutch clubs that played in the BeNe League to restart the all-Dutch Eredivisie in the 2015–16 season. A later later, Achilles '29 joined the league to make it eight clubs.
The Eredivisie Vrouwen is a step towards a better future for Dutch women's football. The KNVB has agreed with the clubs taking part in the Eredivisie to turn the current stable structure into an attractive and appealing Women’s Eredivisie.
The KNVB sees the Netherlands’ participation in the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada and hosting the Women’s EURO 2017 as major landmarks in the development of women’s football in the Netherlands.
|2015||BeNe League||FC Twente|
|2014||BeNe League||FC Twente|
|2013||BeNe League||FC Twente|
|2012||Eredivisie||ADO Den Haag|