Belgian Third Division A

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The Belgian Third Division A is one of the two leagues at the third level of the Belgian football league system, the other one being the Belgian Third Division B. This division has existed since the 1952-53 season and is played every year with 16 clubs. Prior to this, the third level in the Belgian football league system was called Promotion and was divided into four leagues of 16 clubs each. Prior to the 1931-32 season, the Promotion was divided into three leagues.

The 2010-2011 clubs[edit]

Club Municipality Province Finishing position last season[1]
K.S.V. Bornem Bornem Antwerp 1st of promotion C
R. Cappellen F.C. Kapellen Antwerp 15th
K.V.V. Coxyde Koksijde West Flanders 6th
K.M.S.K. Deinze Deinze East Flanders 4th
K.F.C. Dessel Sport Dessel Antwerp 3rd of third division B
V.C. Eendracht Aalst 2002 Aalst East Flanders 3rd
K.F.C. V.W. Hamme Hamme East Flanders 7th
Hoogstraten V.V. Hoogstraten Antwerp 8th
K.F.C. Izegem Izegem West Flanders 1st of promotion A
K. Olsa Brakel Brakel East Flanders 3rd of promotion A1
K.S.V. Oudenaarde Oudenaarde East Flanders 11th
K.S.K. Ronse Ronse East Flanders 17th of second division2
F.C.N. Sint-Niklaas Sint-Niklaas East Flanders 9th
K.S.V. Temse Temse East Flanders 5th
Torhout 1992 K.M. Torhout West Flanders 12th
Verbroedering Geel-Meerhout Geel Antwerp 1st of promotion C
K.R. Waregem Waregem West Flanders 10th
S.C. Wielsbeke Wielsbeke West Flanders 13th

^ — K. Olsa Brakel won the Belgian Promotion play-off
^ — K.S.K. Ronse lost in the Belgian Third Division play-off

Past winners[edit]

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