2001–02 in Belgian football

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The 2001–02 season was the 99th competitive season in Belgian football.

National team[edit]

Belgium ended their qualifying campaign for the Football World Cup 2002 at the second place in Group 6. It qualified for the World Cup after the playoff games and lost in the round of 16.

Date Venue Opponents Score* Comp Belgium scorers Match Report
15 August 2001 Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A) Finland 1-4 F Bart Goor www.footbel.be
5 September 2001 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Scotland 2–0 WCQ Nico Van Kerckhoven, Bart Goor www.footbel.be
6 October 2001 Maksimir stadium, Zagreb (A) Croatia 0–1 WCQ www.footbel.be
10 November 2001 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Czech Republic 1–0 WCP Gert Verheyen www.footbel.be
14 November 2001 Toyota Arena, Prague (A) Czech Republic 1-0 WCP Marc Wilmots www.footbel.be
13 February 2002 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Norway 1-0 F Stefaan Tanghe www.footbel.be
27 March 2002 Patras (A) Greece 2-3 F Bart Goor, Wesley Sonck www.footbel.be
17 April 2002 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Slovakia 1-1 F Bart Goor www.footbel.be
14 May 2002 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Algeria 0–0 F www.footbel.be
18 May 2002 Stade de France, Paris (A) France 2–1 F Glen De Boeck, Marc Wilmots www.footbel.be
26 May 2002 Kumamoto (N) Costa Rica 1–0 F Bart Goor www.footbel.be
4 June 2002 Saitama Stadium, Saitama (N) Japan 2-2 WCFR Marc Wilmots, Peter Van Der Heyden www.footbel.be
10 June 2002 Stadium Big Eye, Ōita (N) Tunisia 1-1 WCFR Marc Wilmots www.footbel.be
14 June 2002 Ecopa Stadium, Shizuoka (N) Russia 3-2 WCFR Johan Walem, Wesley Sonck, Marc Wilmots www.footbel.be
17 June 2002 Wing Stadium, Kobe (N) Brazil 0–2 WCSR www.footbel.be

* Belgium score given first

Key

  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • N = Neutral field
  • F = Friendly
  • WCQ = FIFA World Cup 2002 Qualifying, Group 6
  • WCP = FIFA World Cup 2002 Playoff
  • WCFR = FIFA World Cup 2002 First Round
  • WCSR = FIFA World Cup 2002 Second Round

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner
Jupiler League Genk
Cup Club Brugge
Supercup Club Brugge
Second division Mechelen
Third division A Zulte-Waregem
Third division B Eupen

References[edit]