Ajax Esports and Ziggo will be looking for the greatest FIFA talent via the Ziggo eBattle - Ajax Next ePlayer in the coming months. FIFA players from Europe can register on the Ajax Gaming Academy app. The online qualifiers start on Thursday, January 28, 2021.
Despite eight changes to their final 11, Ajax came out in fighting form against AZ on Wednesday evening. Erik ten Hag's side won 1-0 in Alkmaar, securing the team a place in the final eight of the Dutch Cup. The quarter-final draw will take place on Saturday.
Wednesday night saw Ajax reach the quarter-finals of the KNVB Cup. Erik ten Hag's team saw off AZ with an impressive performance, winning 1-0 away in Alkmaar. The winning goal was scored by Zakaria Labyad during the first half. This means Ajax will reach the final eight of the Dutch Cup and will find out who they are facing during Saturday evening's draw.
Alex Méndez and David the Host linked up to chat about their shared American roots. Furthermore the Young Ajax midfielder speaks up about his integration in Amsterdam and development at the club.
Klaas Jan Huntelaar scored a whopping 158 times for the club over two periods. These are all his goals in the Ajax shirt.
His departure at Ajax gives Klaas Jan Huntelaar a 'very strange feeling'. He has decided to move to Germany to help his other great football love Schalke 04 out of the danger of relegation. "I didn't sleep well, actually after the away-game against FC Twente," says the striker. "But I see it as a very big challenge to try to stay in the Bundesliga with Schalke."
Ajax has reached an agreement with Schalke 04 for the transfer of Klaas Jan Huntelaar to the German club. The transfer is effective immediately. The striker's contract ran at Ajax until June 30, 2021.
The last training session before AZ was scheduled this Tuesday afternoon. On Wednesday evening, both teams will face each other in the battle for a place in the last eight of the KNVB Cup.
Erik ten Hag secured his hundredth victory as Ajax's trainer on Sunday against Feyenoord. We look back on this beautiful milestone with the help of the video above and some statistics down under.
Ajax beat Feyenoord in the first 'Klassieker' of the season. Check out our cinematic recap of the game above.
It was a match of two extremes. Ajax were very dominant in the first thirty minutes, where they took the lead thanks to the boot of Ryan Gravenberch. In the second half Ajax really had to dig deep, but Erik ten Hag's held on right down to the wire., out of which came a hard-fought win over Feyenoord.
Erik ten Hag is proud of his side's performance. Ajax's 1-0 win over Feyenoord marks Ajax's 100th win under ten Hag's tenure as coach.