Netherlands Eerste Divisie 05/06 18:00 38 [7] Ajax Reserves v De Graafschap [9] D 1-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/29 18:00 37 [19] Maastricht v Ajax Reserves [7] L 1-0
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/25 18:00 36 [7] Ajax Reserves v VVV [10] W 6-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/16 14:30 35 [2] FC Volendam v Ajax Reserves [7] L 3-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/08 18:00 34 [5] Roda JC v Ajax Reserves [6] D 2-2
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/04 18:00 32 [7] Ajax Reserves v Top Oss [15] W 4-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 04/01 18:00 33 [9] NAC v Ajax Reserves [5] D 0-0
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/18 19:00 31 [5] Ajax Reserves v FC Eindhoven [4] D 2-2
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/11 19:00 30 [19] FC Dordrecht v Ajax Reserves [5] D 3-3
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 03/07 19:00 29 [5] Ajax Reserves v ADO Den Haag [6] W 6-3
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 02/25 19:00 28 [2] FC Emmen v Ajax Reserves [4] L 2-1
Netherlands Eerste Divisie 02/21 19:00 27 [3] Ajax Reserves v Almere City FC [19] L 1-3


Matches played 39 19 20
Wins 18 12 6
Draws 9 4 5
Losses 12 3 9
Goals for 84 51 33
Goals against 67 28 39
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 4 0 4

Wikipedia - Jong Ajax

Jong Ajax (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈjɔŋ ˈaːjɑks]) (English: Young Ajax), also referred to as Ajax II or Ajax 2 is a Dutch association football team, the reserve team of Ajax. They are based in Amsterdam and compete in the Dutch Eerste Divisie.


Jong Ajax (formerly more commonly known as Ajax 2) is the reserve team of AFC Ajax. The team is composed mostly of professional footballers, who are often recent graduates from the highest youth level (Ajax A1) serving their first professional contract as a reserve, or players who are otherwise unable to play in the first team.

Since 1992 Jong Ajax have competed in the Beloften Eredivisie, competing against other reserve teams such as Jong PSV, Jong FC Groningen or Jong AZ. They have won the Beloften Eredivisie title a record eight times, as well as the KNVB Reserve Cup three times, making them the most successful reserve squad in the Netherlands. By winning the Beloften Eredivisie title, Jong Ajax were able to qualify for the actual KNVB Cup, even advancing to the semi-finals on three occasions. Their best result in the Dutch Cup was under manager Jan Olde Riekerink in 2001–02, when a semi-final loss to FC Utrecht in a Penalty shoot-out after extra time, which saw Utrecht advance, and thus preventing an Ajax vs. Jong Ajax Dutch Cup final.

The 2013–14 season marked the Jupiler League debut of the AFC Ajax reserves' squad Jong Ajax. Previously playing in the Beloften Eredivisie (a separate league for reserve teams, not included in the Dutch professional or amateur league structure) players were allowed to move around freely between the reserve team and the first team during the course of the season. This is no longer the case as Jong Ajax now registers and fields a separate squad from that of Ajax first team for the Eerste Divisie, the second tier of professional football in the Netherlands. Their home matches are played at Sportpark De Toekomst, except for the occasional match in the Amsterdam Arena. Now regarded a semi-professional team in their own respect, the only period in which players are able to move between squads is during the transfer windows, unless the player has made less than 15 appearances for the first team, then he is still eligible to appear in both first team and second team matches during the course of the season. Furthermore, the team is not eligible for promotion to the Eredivisie or to participate in the KNVB Cup. Jong Ajax were joined in the Eerste Divisie by Jong FC Twente and Jong PSV, reserve teams who have also moved from the Beloften Eredivisie to the Eerste Divisie, in place of VV Katwijk, SC Veendam and AGOVV Apeldoorn, increasing the total number of teams in the Jupiler League from 16 to 20.

Jong Ajax left the Beloften Eredivisie in 2013, having held a 21-year tenure in the reserves league, having also won the league title a record eight times (1994, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2009).