PSV Eindhoven are one of the most famous sides to have emerged from Holland and are a side that can claim to have been one of the best club sides in European competition on at least one occasion. Boeren, as they are known amongst their fanbase, have a hugely passionate following and the 35,000 capacity Philips Stadion can be the perfect place to witness a Champions League tie in the future.
The Dutch giants have had a number of world-class talent play for their side over the years, with many of them having put in some brilliant performances when on the grandest club stage of them all. Men such as Arjen Robben, Mateja Kezman, Dennis Rommedahl and Marc van Bommel are just a few men to have played in the past, whilst others such as Mohamed Ihattaran, Ibrahim Afellay and Marco van Ginkel are just a few of the exciting prospects to have been produced in years gone by.
The Philips Stadion outfit have been able to lay claim to at least one Champions League title in their history, although the competition was known as the European Cup at that particular moment in time.
PSV lifted the title in the 1987/88 campaign when they beat the likes of Real Madrid and Benfica to be crowned the best team in Europe that season, having been led by Guus Hiddink, whilst a certain Ronald Koeman was playing on the pitch for Boeren.
Recent memories might be a little harder to come by for those associated with PSV Eindhoven, however that is not to say they have not had any. Some will look fondly back on previous results against big sides such as the 2006/07 tournament where they beat Arsenal in the first knockout round, beating Manchester United 2-1 in 2015/16.
They have also hosted some of the biggest sides on the continent in the competition as well, with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Barcelona having all played Group Stage matches against the Dutch outfit as well, providing fans with all the very best action they can.
Champions League Round of 16
Champions League Final
UEFA Champions League - Quarter-finals
Champions League Semi-finals
Champions League - Play Off Round
UEFA Champions League Group Stage
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