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1 Heracles Almelo
2 PEC Zwolle
3 MVV Maastricht
4 FC Eindhoven
5 Almere City FC
6 VVV Venlo
7 AZ Alkmaar (Youth)
8 Roda JC
9 Willem II
10 Jong Ajax (Youth)
11 De Graafschap
12 Jong PSV Eindhoven (Youth)
13 Den Bosch
14 SC Telstar
15 NAC Breda
16 Dordrecht
17 ADO Den Haag
18 FC Oss
19 Helmond Sport
20 FC Utrecht (Youth)
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Eerste Divisie, contested by 20 clubs, is a double round-robin competition. Each club plays the others twice, once at home and once away. Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. The winner will directly go to the subsequent season’s Eredivisie(except for the youth). The second to ninth places in the standings will participate in the promotion play-offs. The first round will be played between the sixth place and the ninth place. The winner will meet the second place and the fifth place in the semi-finals, and the winners will go to the final. In the end, the winner of the Holland Jupiler League play-offs will compete with the third-to-last in the play-offs for a place in the next season’s Eredivisie. There has no relegation in Holland Jupiler League since the 2017-18 season.