AFC Ajax are the most well known Dutch club in the world, playing in the Dutch Eredivisie they are the current 2013-14 league champions. Ajax have one of the most unique and well known kit designs in the world as they have a thick red band on a white base which are manufactured by German brand adidas. Ajax have famously the won the Dutch Eredivisie a record 31 times and the KNVB Cup 18 times making them one of the most dominant European clubs in the own country.
Ajax football club has origins from 1893 when a small group of friends Han Dade, Carel Reeser and Floris Stempel founded a small football club. They first called the club ´Union´, but in 1894 they changed this to ´Footh-Ball Club Ajax´, Ajax was officially founded in 1900. The full name of the club is Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax. Ajax play their home games at the Amsterdam Arena, in Amsterdam.
Again supplied by adidas, Dutch giants Ajax reveal their 2017-18 adidas Away Kit inspired by past successes. Inspired by Ajax's triumphant 1995 Champions League Final win over AC Milan, the new away shirt boasts a subtle graphic print on a dark navy base [...]
Ajax prepare to retain their Eredivisie crown within 2016/17 in adidas' all-new home and away shirts for the Dutch club. Narrowly obtaining the prestigious Eredivisie title after being neck and neck with rivals PSV until the last game of the season, Ajax now with another trophy to add their large [...]
Dutch giants Ajax have revealed their all new home and away shirts for next season [...]
The club is well-known around the world with its recognizable white with a single red stripe home jersey. Ajax have had several iconic footballers ply their trade at the club including Johan Cruyff, Piet van Reenen, Cees Groot, Ruud Geels, Marco van Basten, Dennis Bergkamp, Edwin van der Sar, Rafael van der Vaart, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Ronald de Boer.
Ajax is also well known for their youth programs and has introduced some great professional footballers to the wider world in players like Johan Cruijff, Rudd Gullit and Marco van Basten. It also has a feeder club Ajax Cape Town of South Africa where the players of the future are developed.