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Established
2012 (11 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
De Toekomst
(5,000 Capacity)

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Location
Amsterdam

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League
Netherlands Eredivisie Women

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Upcoming Events
05 Feb 23 PSV Eindhoven   -  Ajax Women
04 Mar 23 Ajax Women   -  Feyenoord Women
10 Mar 23 Excelsior Women   -  Ajax Women
24 Mar 23 Ajax Women   -  VV Alkmaar
31 Mar 23 Heerenveen Women   -  Ajax Women

Latest Results
27 Jan 23 Ajax Women  1 - 0  Telstar Women
20 Jan 23 Ajax Women  3 - 2  ADO Den
13 Dec 22 Ajax Women  2 - 0  PEC Zwolle
27 Nov 22 Twente Women  3 - 1  Ajax Women
20 Nov 22 Ajax Women  1 - 0  PSV Eindhoven

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AFC Ajax Vrouwen is a Dutch football (soccer) club from Amsterdam representing AFC Ajax in the Vrouwen Eredivisie, the top women's league in the Netherlands. The team was founded in 2012.

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Stefanie
van #3


Merel
van #5


Desiree
van


Sisca
Folkertsma
#8

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Sportcomplex De Toekomst (Dutch for Sporting complex The Future) is a sporting complex in Ouder-Amstel, Netherlands, owned by AFC Ajax N.V. The complex comprises nine football fields and is located close to the Johan Cruyff Arena. Its main field has seating capacity for 2,000 people.

The facility serves as the home grounds of Ajax Women, which competes in the Eredivisie Vrouwen, the reserves team Jong Ajax, which competes in the Eerste Divisie, as well as Ajax Amateurs, which competes in the Derde Divisie.

De Toekomst also serves as the training grounds for the first team of Ajax as well as for the Ajax Youth Academy; A-juniors (A1, A2), B-juniors (B1, B2), C-juniors (C1, C2), D-pupils (D1, D2, D3), E-pupils (E1, E2, E3) and the F-pupils (F1, F2, F3). It also serves as the home of the Future Cup, an International tournament for under-17 youth teams, which was named after the sport park.

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