Feyenoord

Feyenoord is a professional football club from Rotterdam, Netherlands. The club is historically one of the three clubs that have dominated the first tier of Dutch football, the others being Ajax and PSV. These three clubs and FC Utrecht are the only clubs never to have been relegated from the Dutch first division. In domestic competition, Feyenoord has won 14 Dutch Championships, 11 Dutch Cups and two Dutch Supercups, in addition to the European Cup, two UEFA Cups and the Intercontinental Cup.

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