1934–35 in Belgian football
The 1934–1935 season was the 35th season of competitive football in Belgium. RU Saint-Gilloise won their 11th and 3rd consecutive Premier Division title. The Belgian Cup was held for the first time since the 1926-27 and was won by Daring Club de Bruxelles SR, beating Lyra TSV in the final (3-2). The Belgium national football team played 5 friendly games.
At the end of the season, RRC de Gand and Belgica FC Edegem were relegated to Division I, while RFC Brugeois (Division I A winner) and RSC Anderlechtois (Division I B winner) were promoted to the Premier Division.
SV Blankenberghe, RC Borgerhout, RFC Liégeois and Turnhoutsche SK Hand-in-Hand were relegated from Division I to Promotion, to be replaced by VG Ostende, FC Duffel, US Centre and Waterschei SV.
|March 31, 1935||Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A)||The Netherlands||2-4||F||Joseph Van Beeck, Bernard Voorhoof|
|April 14, 1935||Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H)||France||1-1||F||Joseph Van Beeck|
|April 28, 1935||Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H)||Germany||1-6||F||Hendrik Isemborghs|
|May 12, 1935||Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H)||The Netherlands||0-2||F|
|May 30, 1935||Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H)||Switzerland||2-2||F||Minelli (o.g.), Joseph Van Beeck|
* Belgium score given first
- H = Home match
- A = Away match
- N = On neutral ground
- F = Friendly
- o.g. = own goal
|Premier Division||RU Saint-Gilloise|
|Cup||Daring Club de Bruxelles SR|
|Division I||RFC Brugeois and RSC Anderlechtois|
|Promotion||VG Ostende, FC Duffel, US Centre and Waterschei SV|
Final league tables