1994 Dutch Supercup

The match for the fifth Dutch Supercup was held on 21 August 1994 in the Olympisch Stadion in Amsterdam. The match featured the winners of the 1993-94 Eredivisie Ajax and the winners of the 1993-94 KNVB Cup Feyenoord. The game was won by Ajax 30, with the goals coming from Jari Litmanen, Tarik Oulida and Patrick Kluivert.

1994 Dutch Supercup
Date21 August 1994
VenueOlympisch Stadion, Amsterdam
RefereeJohn Blankenstein
Attendance23,500

PTT (an acronym for Posterijen, Telegrafie en Telefonie (Dutch for Postoffice, Telegraph and Telephone)), had been the corporate sponsors since the re-inauguration of the Supercup in 1991. With the competition being known as the 'PTT Telecom Cup', however they withdrew their sponsorship for the 1994 edition of the cup. This led to the name reverting to 'Nederlandse Supercup' (Dutch: Dutch Supercup), a name which was retained until 1996 when the competition became known as the Johan Cruijff-schaal.

This would be the last Dutch Supercup to be played at the Olympisch Stadion, in 1995 the games would be played at the De Kuip with all subsequent cups, under the title of the Johan Cruijff-schaal, being played at the Amsterdam ArenA.

Match details

AFC Ajax3 0Feyenoord
Litmanen  13'
Oulida  21'
Kluivert  25'
AFC Ajax:
GK1 Edwin van der Sar
DF2 Michael Reiziger
DF3 Danny Blind
DF4 Frank Rijkaard
DF5 Frank de Boer 67'
MF11 Marc Overmars
MF6 Ronald de Boer
MF10 Jari Litmanen
MF8 Tarik Oulida
FW7 Finidi George
FW9 Patrick Kluivert
Substitutes:
14 Peter van Vossen 67'
Manager:
Louis van Gaal
Feyenoord:
GK1 Ed de Goey
DF2 Ulrich van Gobbel
DF3 Orlando Trustfull
DF4 Henk Fräser
DF5 Errol Refos
MF6 Peter Bosz
MF8 Dean Gorré
MF10 Rob Witschge
MF7 Gaston Taument 72'
FW9 Henrik Larsson
FW11 Regi Blinker
Substitutes:
16 Joszef Kiprich 72'
Manager:
Willem van Hanegem

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shootout if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.
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