The eagle is the charge in the coat of arms of the city of Deventer. The club had a strong start with their new name. Go Ahead Eagles were famously the only side to defeat Ajax in any competition during the 1971–72 season when they won 3–2 at De Adelaarshorst in the Eredivisie.  In the 1970s and early 1980s, Go Ahead Eagles was a stable Eredivisie club. Relegation followed in 1987. A short Eredivisie period followed from 1992 to 1996, but afterwards the club played in the second-tier Eerste Divisie.
Go Ahead Eagles domestic Results since 1956 Domestic league League result Qualification to KNVB Cup season Cup result 2020–21 Eerste Divisie 2nd Eredivisie (promotion) 2020–21 Round of 16 2019–20 Eerste Divisie 6th Season abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic 2019–20 Quarter-final 2018–19 Eerste Divisie 5th promotion/relegation play-offs: no promotion 2018–19 Second round 2017–18 Eerste Divisie 17th – 2017–18 2016–17 Eredivisie 18th Eerste Divisie (relegation) 2016–17 2015–16 Eerste Divisie promotion/relegation play-offs: promotion 2015–16 Third round 2014–15 Eredivisie promotion/relegation play-offs: relegation 2014–15 2013–14 Eredivisie 13th 2013–14 2012–13 Eerste Divisie 2012–13 2011–12 Eerste Divisie 9th 2011–12 2010–11 Eerste Divisie 7th 2010–11 Fourth round 2009–10 Eerste Divisie 2009–10 Semi-final 2008–09 Eerste Divisie 2008–09 2007–08 Eerste Divisie 10th 2007–08 2006–07 Eerste Divisie 2006–07 2005–06 Eerste Divisie 2005–06 2004–05 Eerste Divisie 2004–05 2003–04 Eerste Divisie 2003–04 2002–03 Eerste Divisie 2002–03 2001–02 Eerste Divisie 16th 2001–02 2000–01 Eerste Divisie 2000–01 1999–2000 Eerste Divisie 14th 1999–00 1998–99 Eerste Divisie 1998–99 1997–98 Eerste Divisie 1997–98 Group stage 1996–97 Eerste Divisie 1996–97 1995–96 Eredivisie 1995–96 1994–95 Eredivisie – (surviving promotion/relegation play-offs) 1994–95 1993–94 Eredivisie 12th 1993–94 1992–93 Eredivisie 15th 1992–93 1991–92 Eerste Divisie 11th Eredivisie (winning prom.
/releg. play-offs) 1991–92 1990–91 Eerste Divisie 1990–91 1989–90 Eerste Divisie 1989–90 1988–89 Eerste Divisie promotion competition: no promotion 1988–89 First round 1987–88 Eerste Divisie 1987–88 1986–87 Eredivisie 1986–87 1985–86 Eredivisie 1985–86 1984–85 Eredivisie 1984–85 1983–84 Eredivisie 1983–84 1982–83 Eredivisie 1982–83 1981–82 Eredivisie 1981–82 1980–81 Eredivisie 1980–81 1979–80 Eredivisie 1979–80 1978–79 Eredivisie 1978–79 1977–78 Eredivisie 1977–78 1976–77 Eredivisie 1976–77 1975–76 Eredivisie 1975–76 1974–75 Eredivisie 1974–75 1973–74 Eredivisie 1973–74 1972–73 Eredivisie 1972–73 1971–72 Eredivisie 1971–72 1970–71 Eredivisie 1970–71 1969–70 Eredivisie 1969–70 Round of 16 1968–69 Eredivisie 4th 1968–69 Second round 1967–68 Eredivisie 3rd 1967–68 Semi-final 1966–67 Eredivisie 1966–67 1965–66 Eredivisie 1965–66 1964–65 Eredivisie Cup Winners' Cup 1964–65 Final 1963–64 Eredivisie 1963–64 1962–63 Eerste Divisie 1962–63 Third round 1961–62 Eerste Divisie 4th (group A) 1961–62?  1960–61 Eerste Divisie 15th (group B) 1960–61?  1959–60 Eerste Divisie 10th (group B) not held 1958–59 Tweede Divisie 1st (group B) Eerste Divisie (promotion) 1958–59?  1957–58 Tweede Divisie 3rd (group B) 1957–58?  1956–57 Tweede Divisie 13th (group A) 1956–57?  European record Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate European Cup Winners' Cup 1R Celtic 0–6 0–1 0–7 1967 Intertoto Cup GS Lierse 1–2 0–2 Rouen 5–0 3–4 Grenchen 3–1 1969 Szombierki Bytom 2–2 Östers IF 1–1 2–3 Lugano 4–0 1984 Standard Liège 2–4 OB 0–3 Eintracht Braunschweig 2–1 UEFA Europa League Ferencváros 1–4 2–5 Notes Goals by Go Ahead Eagles are listed first.
 Promotion to the top-tier Eredivisie followed in 1963. In the twenty-four years that followed, the club continuously played at the highest level. Especially in the second half of the sixties, Go Ahead did well in the Eredivisie. For example, from 1966 to 1969, the club finished in the top five four times in a row, with the 1967–68 season as high point when Go Ahead finished third behind Ajax and Feijenoord.
The club's home stadium since 1920 is De Adelaarshorst. The club have won the national championship on four occasions, in 1917, 1922, 1930 and 1933. They have produced numerous notable players including Raimond van der Gouw, René Eijkelkamp, Marc Overmars, Paul Bosvelt, Jan Kromkamp, Victor Sikora, Bert van Marwijk and Demy de Zeeuw while providing Henk ten Cate, Erik ten Hag and Leo Beenhakker with their first tastes of management. History Early successes The club was founded in 1902 as Be Quick by the Hollander brothers.
Go Ahead Eagles - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Go Ahead EaglesFull nameGo Ahead EaglesNickname(s)The pride of the IJsselKowet (Dunglish pronunciation of "Go Ahead")Founded2 December 1902; 120 years agoGroundDe AdelaarshorstDeventerCapacity10, 000ChairmanJan Willem van DopHead coachRené HakeLeagueEredivisie2021–22Eredivisie, 13th of 18WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Current season Go Ahead Eagles (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɡoː əˈɦɛt ˈiɡəls]) are a Dutch professional football club from the city of Deventer. They play in the Eredivisie, the top tier of Dutch football, having achieved promotion from the second tier Eerste Divisie in the 2020-21 season.
Without sound. In the period between the First and Second World War, Go Ahead was by far the most successful team in the Eastern league. The club won the regional championship fifteen times during that period, and even won the title eight times in a row from 1916 to 1923. The last pre-war Eastern Championship was won in 1937. After that, the club fell on tough times. In 1941, Go Ahead suffered relegation to the Tweede Klasse.
 Go Ahead also had successes in the KNVB Cup in that period. The club reached the semi-finals four times in a row from 1965 to 1968. Those of 1966, 1967 and 1968 were lost, but in 1965, Go Ahead reached the final. This was lost 1–0 to Feijenoord, but because Feijenoord was also national champion, Go Ahead qualified for European football. In the first round, Scottish side Celtic, who would eventually go on to win the European Cup a season later, was drawn. Go Ahead lost the two legs, 0–1 and 6–0.  On 1 July 1971, the suffix "Eagles" was added, following a suggestion from then head coach Barry Hughes, as the professional department of Go Ahead separated from the parent club.
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The determining factor was former chairman Hans de Vroome, who owned approximately 50% of the shares.  In May 2019, Alex Kroes took over 80% of the shares of Go Ahead Eagles, becoming the new owner.  Recent seasons After almost two decades in the Eerste Divisie, Go Ahead won promotion to the 2013–14 Eredivisie at the end of the 2012–13 season, winning the promotion play-offs.  The club remained in the top division for the 2014–15 season, finishing 13th.
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