Modern computers and programs allow data to be interpreted graphically and numerically in an
unimaginable way. Thus, it enables more realistic, accurate and informative analyses. Resampling methods
are also part of this innovation. Resampling methods calculate standard errors and confidence intervals and
perform tests of significance thus allow the amount of uncertainty to be determined. Bootstrap and Jackknife
methods yield effective results about parameter estimation and asymptotic distribution of statistic in interest.
From this point within the scope of the study, stability indicators of teams, which were crowned champion
after 2000 in Netherlands league, are explored using jackknife and bootstrap methods. To obtain the financial
stability measures of the teams, total budgets of the teams in hand and total points, which they acquired that
season, are not encountered before 2005. In this regard, financial stability measures belonging to 4 teams that
were champion between 2005-2015 are sought and it is explored that which team has homogeneous structure
between seasons in question and thus they made their decisions according to criteria which UEFA determined.
If the results of both methods are interpreted together, the order of financial stability is found to be the same
among the results obtained with jackknife and bootstrap methods between the respective seasons. Both methods
show that the PSV team is more stable than the other teams surveyed between 2005-2006 and 2015-2016. In
both methods examined, PSV is followed by Ajax, Az Alkmaar and Twente respectively.
Keywords: Jackknife, Bootstrap, Bootstrap Confidence Intervals, Bias, Standart Error, Mean Square Error, Financial Performance