1909–10 in Belgian football

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The 1909-1910 season was the 15th competitive season in Belgian football.

Overview[edit]

Union Saint-Gilloise and F.C. Brugeois finished with the same number of points in the first division. A final game was thus organised to determine the champion, won by Union. FC Liégeois finished 12th and was relegated to the second division, and replaced by second division winner RC de Malines. Standard FC Liégeois played their first ever season in the top division of Belgian football.

National team[edit]

Date Venue Opponents Score* Comp Belgium scorers Match Report
March 13, 1910 Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp (H) The Netherlands 3-2 (aet) F Robert De Veen (2), Alphonse Six FA website
March 26, 1910 Vélodrome de Longchamps, Brussels (H) England amateur 2-2 F Alphonse Six, Désiré Paternoster FA website
April 3, 1910 Paris (A) France 4-0 F Alphonse Six (3), Robert De Veen FA website
April 10, 1910 Haarlem (A) The Netherlands 0-7 F FA website
May 16, 1910 Duisburg (A) Germany 3-0 F Louis Saeys (2), Edmond Van Staceghem FA website

* Belgium score given first

Key

  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • F = Friendly

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner
Division I Union Saint-Gilloise
Promotion RC de Malines

Final league tables[edit]

Division I[edit]

Promotion[edit]

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 RC de Malines 20 16 3 1 88 24 35 +64 Promoted to First Division.
2 AA La Gantoise 20 12 5 3 67 23 29 +44
3 CS Verviétois 20 12 4 4 48 30 28 +18
4 Uccle Sport 19 12 3 4 43 25 27 +18
5 Stade Louvaniste 20 10 3 7 49 33 23 +16
6 Tilleur FC 19 10 1 8 55 42 21 +13
7 FC Malinois 20 7 4 9 45 42 18 +3
8 US Tournaisienne 20 4 4 12 23 67 12 -44
9 RC de Gand 20 4 3 13 28 50 11 -22
10 SC de Theux 20 4 2 14 26 63 10 -37
11 AS Anversoise 20 1 2 17 18 93 4 -44

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