Last updated : Monday, 25 September 2023
The APS Premiership is an amateur football league in the Netherlands. It is the top division of the APS, which stands for Amateur Players' Society. The league was founded in 1972 and currently consists of 16 teams.
The APS Premiership is a competitive league, with many of the teams having former professional players in their ranks. The league is also known for its passionate fans, who create a great atmosphere at the matches.
The APS Premiership was founded in 1972 by a group of amateur footballers who wanted to create a more competitive league for themselves. The league started with just 8 teams, but it has since grown to its current size of 16 teams.
The APS Premiership has seen some famous players over the years, including former Dutch internationals Ruud Gullit and Frank Rijkaard. The league has also produced a number of talented young players who have gone on to play professional football.
The current season of the APS Premiership is underway, with the top 4 teams qualifying for the playoffs. The current champions are AFC Ajax, who won their 10th title last season.
The other teams in the APS Premiership this season are:
- AFC DWS
- FC Den Bosch
- FC Utrecht
- HVV Hollandia
- PEC Zwolle
- Sparta Rotterdam