The Tigers existed in various guises from their foundation in 1963 until 2010 when the professional team folded, leaving only the amateur and junior teams. The team reformed in time for the 2014-15 Eerste Divisie season. The following season they moved up to the newly formed BeNe League, where they remained until the 2019-20 season.
Ahead of the 2019-20 BeNe Season, the Tigers announced they would be leaving the league and joining the Dutch First Division. 
Upon reformation, the team was known as Amstel Tijgers Amsterdam before changing in 2017 to its present name. The amateur and junior teams have kept the Tijgers moniker.
Over the years the names of the team have included: Amsterdam Bulldogs, Boretti Tigers and Al Capone Flames.
Eredivisie season results
Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, OTW = Overtime Wins, OTL = Overtime Losses, L = Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points
|2009–10||28||3||0||2||23||59||166||9*||7th, Eredivisie||Did not qualify|
|2008–09||24||8||1||5||10||85||82||31||7th, Eredivisie||Lost quarter-finals to The Hague (0-3)|
|2007-08||24||8||1||3||12||95||106||29||5th, Eredivisie||Did not qualify|
|2006-07||20||8||2||4||6||70||77||32||3rd, Eredivisie||Lost semi-finals to Tilburg (3-4)|
|2005-06||20||14||1||0||5||85||60||44||1st, Eredivisie||Lost semi-finals to Nijmegen(1-2)|
*2 points deducted for forfeiting a game.
Updated February 18, 2019.
|Number||Player||Catches||Acquired||Place of Birth|
|1||Jaimy Missler||L||2015||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|21||Jorrit Vos||L||2018||Heerenveen, Netherlands|
|Number||Player||Shoots||Acquired||Place of Birth|
|3||Tobias Mrkvicka||L||2018||Prague, Czech Republic|
|5||Marino Bakker||L||2015||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|17||Björn Borgman||L||2016||Purmerend, Netherlands|
|12||Jasper Jaspers||L||2014||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|41||Vince van de Kraak||L||2018||De Meern, Netherlands|
|22||James Mercer||R||2018||Vancouver, Canada|
|23||Stef Overweg||L||2018||De Meern, Netherlands|
|29||Jerry Kinneging||L||2018||Utrecht, Netherlands|
|37||Michael Mackie-Kwist||R||2014||Cleveland, United States|
|44||Tobias Kathan||L||2015||Bad Tölz, Germany|
|63||Martijn Geerligs||L||2018||Kerkdriel, Netherlands|
|Number||Player||Shoots||Position||Acquired||Place of Birth|
|7||Connor Barette||L||F||2015||LaSalle, Canada|
|7||Alan van Bentem (C)||L||F||2017||The Hague, Netherlands|
|9||Rocco van Hoorn||L||F||2015||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|2||Dean Versteeg||R||F||2016||Utrecht, Netherlands|
|11||John Versteeg||R||RW||2014||Utrecht, Netherlands|
|18||Donny Pohlman||R||F||2014||Diemen, Netherlands|
|19||Calvin Pohlman||L||F||2014||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|65||Ivan Muso||L||F||2017||Prague, Czech Republic|
|24||Kalle Pirinen||L||F||2015||Lappeenranta, Finland|
|65||Maarten Brekelmans||R||F||2016||Tucson, United States|
|82||Zeb van Duin||L||F||2015||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|62||Milo Boot||L||F||2016||Dublin, Ireland|
|64||Mick Vastenhouw||L||F||2014||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|81||Lance van Duin||L||F||2015||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
The Amstel Tijgers had a firm rivalry with the Tilburg Trappers. Usually the games between these two were tight and some hostility will be exchanged between players. Ever since the 2001-2002 season have the Amstel Tijgers been totally dominant over their rivals and been the end-station for any play-off or cup run of Tilburg. However, during the last 2006-2007 season the Trappers finally succeeded in eliminating their rivals from the play-offs. However, the team began to perform poorly in the 2008-2009 season and were no longer contenders for the championship. After a very poor season competitively and financially, the team dropped out of the Eredivisie in 2010.
Notable player rivalries of the past were:
Trevor Sherban (Ams) vs Casey Vanschagen (Til)
Karl Dykhuis (Ams) vs Peter van Biezen (Til)
Michael Pace (Ams) vs Jeff Trembecky (Til)
Kevin Hoogsteen (Ams) vs Bjorn Willemse (Til)
David Hoogsteen (Ams) vs Bjorn Willemse (Til)
- Ron Berteling Forward
- Mark Bultje Forward
- Tjakko de Vos Defender
- Karl Dykhuis Defence
- Andre Gill Forward
- Craig Sanders Forward
- Willem van Rossum Defence.
- Willem Hoogervorst
- Mario de Vos
- Willem van Rossum.
- Dutch National Championship:
- 1950, 1985, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
- Dutch Cup:
- 1939, 1980, 1985, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005
- Cup of the Low Lands:
- 2004, 2005, 2006.
|Governing Body||Nederlandse IJshockey Bond|
|Current Teams||Dordrecht Lions - Eindhoven Kemphanen - Friesland Flyers - Geleen Eaters - HYC Herentals - HYS The Hague - Tilburg Trappers|
|Former Teams||Amstel Tijgers - Amsterdam G's - Groningen Grizzlies - Leuven Chiefs - Nijmegen Devils - Nijmegen Tigers - Rotterdam Panda's - Utrecht Dragons - White Caps Turnhout - Zoetermeer Panthers|
|Related tournaments||Dutch Cup - IIHF Continental Cup|
|Seasons||1945–46 - 1946–47 - 1947–48 - 1949–50 - 1964–65 - 1965–66 - 1966–67 - 1967–68 - 1968–69 - 1969–70 - 1970–71 - 1971–72 - 1972–73 - 1973–74 - 1974–75 - 1975–76 - 1976–77 - 1977–78 - 1978–79 - 1979–80 - 1980–81 - 1981–82 - 1982–83 - 1983–84 - 1984–85 - 1985–86 - 1986–87 - 1987–88 - 1988–89 - 1989–90 - 1990–91 - 1991–92 - 1992–93 - 1993–94 - 1994–95 - 1995–96 - 1996–97 - 1997–98 - 1998–99 - 1999–00 - 2000–01 - 2001–02 - 2002–03 - 2003–04 - 2004–05 - 2005–06 - 2006–07 - 2007–08 - 2008–09 - 2009–10 - 2010–11 - 2011-12 - 2012–13 - 2013–14|
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