Feyenoord have taken just their second Dutch title since the turn of the millennium after a 3-0 win against Go Ahead Eagles.
They eased past mid-table Go Ahead with a comfortable victory on Sunday that saw them wrap up the Eredivisie championship.
Arne Slot’s side were 2-0 up within 18 minutes thanks to goals from Oussama Idrissi and Santiago Gimenez.
They never relinquished control, and Igor Paixao netted in the second half to put the gloss on the win.
Feyenoord have won just their second title since 1999 after defeating Go Ahead Eagles 3-0
The Dutch side eased past the mid-table outfit to seal their first championship since 2017
Victorious manager Arne Slot has been heavily linked with a move to Tottenham
The result sparked wild celebrations from scores of jubilant supporters in Rotterdam
Feyenoord fans set off red, yellow and green flares and jumped into public fountains
The supporters partied long into the night after Slot and Co demonstrated their dominance
The result sparked wild celebrations from jubilant supporters in Rotterdam.
Pictures show fans setting off red, yellow and green flares, waving flags and jumping into public fountains in joyous scenes.
Feyenoord have won 16 titles, but before 2017 their last one was in 1999.
The game was suspended because of angry Groningen fans invading the pitch to demonstrate against the owners after their relegation.