Feyenoord is a Dutch professional football club from Rotterdam, founded on July 19, 1908, which plays in the Eredivisie. The stadium club is known for being a people's club. The home base is Stadion Feijenoord, popularly known as De Kuip. The traditional equipment of Feyenoord consists of a red and white shirt with black pants. The football team is one of the three traditional top clubs in the Netherlands.
Feyenoord won the national championship fifteen times, the KNVB cup thirteen times, once the European Cup I (the predecessor of the Champions League), twice the UEFA Cup and once the World Cup. Partly because Feyenoord was the first (and so far last) Dutch club to win a major international prize, it historically plays a prominent role in Dutch football. In the UEFA ranking of the best clubs in Europe, Feyenoord is in 68th place on 5 February 2019 with 22,000 points. Two Dutch clubs are listed higher (Ajax and PSV).