1990-91   Feyenoord (7/12) 1991-92   Feyenoord (8/12) 1992-93   Ajax (12/18) 1993-94   Feyenoord (9/12) 1994-95   Feyenoord (10/12) 1995-96   PSV (7/9) 1996-97   Roda JC (1/2) 1997-98   Ajax (13/18) 1998-99   Ajax (14/18) 1999-00   Roda JC (2/2)

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2016

The club became champions of the Eerste Divisie in the 2013–14 season and were promoted back to the Eredivisie.

1970-71   Ajax (6/18) 1971-72   Ajax (7/18) 1972-73   NAC 1973-74   PSV (2/9) 1974-75   FC Den Haag 1975-76   PSV (3/9) 1976-77   FC Twente (1/3) 1977-78   AZ (1/4) 1978-79   Ajax (8/18) 1979-80   Feyenoord (5/12)

1910-11  Quick D.Haag (3/4) 1911-12   HFC Haarlem (2/2) 1912-13   Koninklijke HFC (2/3) 1913-14   DFC (1/2) 1914-15   Koninklijke HFC (3/3) 1915-16  Quick D.Haag (4/4) 1916-17   Ajax (1/18) 1917-18   RHC (1/2) 1918-19   Not Played 1919-20   CVV

2010-11   FC Twente (3/3) 2011-12   PSV (9/9) 2012-13   AZ (4/4) 2013-14   PEC Zwolle 2014-15   FC Groningen 2015-16   Feyenoord (12/12)

1920-21   NAC 1921-22   Go Ahead (2/4) 1922-23   RCH (1/2) 1923-24   Feyenoord (1/14) 1924-25   Craeyenhout (3/3) 1925-26   SC Enschede 1926-27   Heracles (1/2) 1927-28   Feyenoord (2/14) 1928-29   PSV (1/22) 1929-30   Go Ahead (3/4)

The club won the National League three times in its history and came second in 1998–99, qualifying for the Champions League as a result.

Below is a table with Willem II's domestic results since the introduction of the Eredivisie in 1956.

1930-31   Not Played 1931-32   DFC (2/2) 1932-33   Not Played 1933-34   Velocitas 1897 1934-35   Feyenoord (2/12) 1935-36   Roermond 1936-37   EVV 1937-38   VSV 1938-39   FC Wageningen (1/2) 1939-40   Not Played

In the 2011–12 season under new manager Jurgen Streppel Willem II was promoted back to the Eredivisie, but they went right back down the next season after finishing bottom of the table.

2000-01   FC Twente (2/3) 2001-02   Ajax (15/18) 2002-03   FC Utrecht (2/3) 2003-04   FC Utrecht (3/3) 2004-05   PSV (8/9) 2005-06   Ajax (16/18) 2006-07   Ajax (17/18) 2007-08   Feyenoord (11/12) 2008-09   Heerenveen 2009-10   Ajax (18/18)

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

1940-41   Not Played 1941-42   Not Played 1942-43   Ajax (2/18) 1943-44   Willem II (1/2) 1944-45   Not Played 1945-46   Not Played 1946-47   Not Played 1947-48   FC Wageningen (2/2) 1948-49   Quick 1888 1949-50   PSV (1/9)

1920-21   Schoten 1921-22   Not Played 1922-23   Not Played 1923-24   Not Played 1924-25   ZFC 1925-26   LONGA 1926-27   VUC Den Haag 1927-28   RHC (2/2) 1928-29   Not Played 1929-30   Feyenoord (1/12)

* Official position, including playoff (if played). If playoffs has been played the position before playoffs between brackets. # demotion ^ promotion

At the end of the 2010–11 season, Willem II were relegated from the Eredivisie for the first time in 24 years.

1960-61   Ajax (3/18) 1961-62   Sparta (2/3) 1962-63   Willem II (2/2) 1963-64   Fortuna '54 (2/2) 1964-65   Feyenoord (3/12) 1965-66   Sparta (3/3) 1966-67   Ajax (4/18) 1967-68   ADO 1968-69   Feyenoord (4/12) 1969-70   Ajax (5/18)

1950-51   Not Played 1951-52   Not Played 1952-53   Not Played 1953-54   Not Played 1954-55   Not Played 1955-56   Not Played 1956-57   Fortuna '54 (1/2) 1957-58   Sparta (1/3) 1958-59   VVV 1959-60   Not Played

Willem II were the first champions of the Dutch league after professional football was introduced in 1954–55.

Willem II (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɪləm də ˈtʋeːdə]), also known as Willem II Tilburg, is a Dutch football club based in Tilburg, North Brabant. The team was founded on 12 August 1896 as Tilburgia. On 12 January 1898, the club was renamed Willem II, after Dutch king William II of the Netherlands (reign from 1840 until 1849), who, as Prince of Orange and commander of the Dutch army, had his military headquarters in Tilburg during the Belgian uprising of 1830.

1950-51   PSV (3/22) 1951-52   Willem II (2/3) 1952-53   RCH (2/2) 1953-54   EVV 1954-55   Willem II (3/3) 1955-56   Rapid JC

1888-89   VV Concordia 1889-90   HFC (1/3) 1890-91   HVV (1/10) 1891-92   RAP (1/5) 1892-93   HFC (2/3) 1893-94   RAP (2/5) 1894-95   HFC (3/3) 1895-96   HVV (2/10) 1896-97   RAP (3/5) 1897-98   RAP (4/5) 1898-99   RAP (5/5) 1899-00   HVV (3/10)

Notable former players for the club include Dutch internationals Jan van Roessel, Joris Mathijsen, Jaap Stam and Marc Overmars plus the Finn Sami Hyypiä. The club's shirt consists of red-white-blue vertical stripes, inspired by the colours of the flag of the Netherlands. Willem II plays its home matches in the Koning Willem II Stadion, also named after the King. The stadium, opened on May 31, 1995, has a capacity of 14,700 spectators. The average attendance in 2004–05 was 12,500 people.

1900-01   HVV (4/10) 1901-02   HVV (5/10) 1902-03   HVV (6/10) 1903-04   Craeyenhout (1/3) 1904-05   HVV (7/10) 1905-06   Craeyenhout (2/3) 1906-07   HVV (8/10) 1907-08   Quick 1908-09   Sparta (1/6) 1909-10   HVV (9/10)

1980-81   AZ (2/4) 1981-82   AZ (3/4) 1982-83   Ajax (9/18) 1983-84   Feyenoord (6/12) 1984-85   FC Utrecht (1/3) 1985-86   Ajax (10/18) 1986-87   Ajax (11/18) 1987-88   PSV (4/9) 1988-89   PSV (5/9) 1989-90   PSV (6/9)

The players below had senior international cap(s) for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed represented their countries while playing for Willem II.

1910-11   Sparta (2/6) 1911-12   Sparta (3/6) 1912-13   Sparta (4/6) 1913-14   HVV (10/10) 1914-15   Sparta (5/6) 1915-16   Willem II (1/3) 1916-17   Go Ahead (1/4) 1917-18   Ajax (1/33) 1918-19   Ajax (2/33) 1919-20   Be Quick 1887

1940-41   Heracles (2/2) 1941-42   ADO (1/2) 1942-43   ADO (2/2) 1943-44   De Volewijckers 1944-45   Not Played 1945-46   HFC Haarlem 1946-47   Ajax (8/33) 1947-48   BVV 1948-49   SVV 1949-50   Limburgia

1898-99   RAP 1899-00   Velocitas 1900-01   HBS Craeyenhout (1/2) 1901-02   HFC Haarlem (1/2) 1902-03   HVV Den Haag 1903-04   Koninklijke HFC (1/3) 1904-05   VOC Rotterdam (1/2) 1905-06   Concordia 1906-07   VOC Rotterdam (2/2) 1907-08   HBS Crayenhout 2 (2/2) 1908-09   Quick D.Haag 2 (1/4) 1909-10   Quick D.Haag 2 (2/4)

Willem II

1930-31   Ajax (3/33) 1931-32   Ajax (4/33) 1932-33   Go Ahead (4/4) 1933-34   Ajax (5/33) 1934-35   PSV (2/22) 1935-36   Feyenoord (3/14) 1936-37   Ajax (6/33) 1937-38   Feyenoord (4/14) 1938-39   Ajax (7/33) 1939-40   Feyenoord (5/14)