|08 Mar 20||Feyenoord  ||-|| Willem II|
|14 Mar 20||Willem II  ||-|| SC Heerenveen|
|21 Mar 20||Vitesse  ||-|| Willem II|
|04 Apr 20||VVV-Venlo  ||-|| Willem II|
|11 Apr 20||Willem II  ||-|| ADO Den|
|28 Feb 20||Willem II|| ||3 - 1|| ||FC Groningen|
|22 Feb 20||FC Emmen|| ||4 - 2|| ||Willem II|
|16 Feb 20||Willem II|| ||1 - 1|| ||FC Utrecht|
|08 Feb 20||PSV Eindhoven|| ||3 - 0|| ||Willem II|
|02 Feb 20||Willem II|| ||1 - 0|| ||SC Heracles|
Willem II (also known as Willem II Tilburg, is a Dutch football club based in Tilburg, Netherlands, that plays in the Eredivisie, the top tier in Dutch football. 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, who, as Prince of Orange and commander of the Dutch army, had his military headquarters in Tilburg during the Belgian uprising of 1830 and also spent a lot of time in the city after becoming king and would die while there.
Notable former players for the club include Dutch internationals Jan van Roessel, Joris Mathijsen, Jaap Stam, Frenkie de Jong and Marc Overmars and Finland's 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 31 May 1995, has a capacity of 14,700 spectators. The average attendance in 2004–05 was 12,500 people.
The club has won the Eredivisie and the Eerste divisie a total of three times in both respects all in all.
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