1912–13 in Belgian football

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The 1912-1913 season was the 18th season of competitive football in Belgium.

Overview[edit]

Union Saint-Gilloise won the first ever "double" in Belgian football history by winning the Division I (in a test match against holder Daring Club de Bruxelles) as well as the second edition of the Belgian Cup.

National team[edit]

Date Venue Opponents Score* Comp Belgium scorers Match Report
November 9, 1912 County Ground, Swindon (N) England amateur 0-4 F FA website
February 16, 1913 Stade du Vivier d'Oie, Brussels (H) France 3-0 F Fernand Nisot (2), Louis Bessems FA website
March 9, 1913 Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp (H) The Netherlands 3-3 F Robert De Veen (2), Fernand Nisot FA website
April 20, 1913 Zwolle (A) The Netherlands 4-2 F Jules Suetens, Joseph Musch (2), Fernand Nisot FA website
May 1, 1913 Turin (A) Italy 0-1 F FA website
May 4, 1913 Bâle (A) Switzerland 2-1 F Sylvain Brebart, Louis Saeys FA website

* Belgium score given first

Key

  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • N = On neutral ground
  • F = Friendly
  • o.g. = own goal

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner
Division I Union Saint-Gilloise
Promotion A.A. La Gantoise
Cup Union Saint-Gilloise

Final league tables[edit]

Division I[edit]

Promotion[edit]

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 AA La Gantoise 22 16 5 1 64 16 37 +48 Promoted to First Division.
2 Léopold Club de Bruxelles 22 17 1 4 97 24 35 +73
3 FC Malinois 22 12 7 3 39 21 31 +18
4 RC de Malines 22 13 3 6 63 27 29 +36
5 Uccle Sport 22 10 3 9 53 39 23 +14
6 FC de Bressoux 22 7 5 10 34 33 19 +1
7 SC Courtraisien 22 8 3 11 38 52 19 -14
8 Tilleur FC 22 7 5 10 34 56 19 -22
9 EFC Hasselt 22 6 4 12 28 49 16 -21
10 Stade Louvaniste 22 6 4 12 25 58 16 -33
11 US Tournaisienne 22 4 4 14 33 64 12 -31
12 FC L'Avenir Hasselt 22 3 2 17 20 89 8 -69

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