List of R.S.C. Anderlecht seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by R.S.C. Anderlecht in Belgian and European football since they first played in official competitions in 1909.[1][2]

Season League Cup Europe Top scorer[3]
1909–10 3rd in Brabant Division Three (promoted) Gaston Versé (34)[4]
1910–11 2nd in Brabant Division Two
1911–12 3rd in Brabant Division Two
1912–13 1st in Brabant Division Two (promoted)
1913–14 4th in Promotion Jacques Sterckval and Joseph Moulart (11)
1919–20 3rd in Promotion Maurice Versé (13)
1920–21 3rd in Promotion (promoted) Ferdinand Adams (30)
1921–22 12th in Division I Joseph Moulart (8)
1922–23 13th in Division I (relegated) Ferdinand Adams (13)
1923–24 1st in Promotion A (promoted) Ferdinand Adams (34)
1924–25 9th in Division I Ferdinand Adams (17)
1925–26 12th in Division I (relegated) Ferdinand Adams (17)
1926–27 2nd in Division I (promoted) Quarter-finals Ferdinand Adams (36)
1927–28 14th in Premier Division (relegated) Ferdinand Adams (19)
1928–29 2nd in Division I (promoted) Ferdinand Adams (38)
1929–30 5th in Premier Division Adolphe Ramburg (14)
1930–31 14th in Premier Division (relegated) André De Wael and Albert Mettens (10)
1931–32 2nd in Division I A Georges Van Calenberg (17)
1932–33 5th in Division I A Joseph Luxen (11)
1933–34 4th in Division I A Robert Vermaelen (14)
1934–35 1st in Division I B (promoted) Robert Vermaelen (13)
1935–36 8th in Premier Division François Gets (17)
1936–37 11th in Premier Division Michel Vanvarenbergh (9)
1937–38 8th in Premier Division Florimond De Roeck (11)
1938–39 5th in Premier Division Michel Vanvarenbergh (13)
1941–42 6th in Premier Division Michel Vanvarenbergh (12)
1942–43 6th in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (22)
1943–44 2nd in Premier Division Quarter-finals Joseph Mermans (33)
1945–46 3rd in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (32)
1946–47 1st in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (38)
1947–48 2nd in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (23)
1948–49 1st in Premier Division François De Wael (18)
1949–50 1st in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (37)
1950–51 1st in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (16)
1951–52 6th in Premier Division Joseph Mermans (19)
1952–53 2nd in Division I Joseph Mermans (24)
1953–54 1st in Division I First round Hippolyte Van Den Bosch (29)
1954–55 1st in Division I First round Hippolyte Van Den Bosch (25)
1955–56 1st in Division I Second round European Cup First round Hippolyte Van Den Bosch (21)
1956–57 2nd in Division I European Cup First round Gaston De Wael (21)
1957–58 5th in Division I Jacques Stockman (13)
1958–59 1st in Division I Godfried van den Boer (22)
1959–60 2nd in Division I European Cup First round Godfried van den Boer (17)
1960–61 3rd in Division I Paul Van Himst (13)
1961–62 1st in Division I Jacques Stockman (29)
1962–63 3rd in Division I European Cup Quarter-finals Jacques Stockman (17)
1963–64 1st in Division I Round of 16 Paul Van Himst (26)
1964–65 1st in Division I Winners European Cup First round Paul Van Himst (24)
1965–66 1st in Division I Runners-up European Cup Quarter-finals Paul Van Himst (26)
1966–67 1st in Division I Semifinals European Cup Second round Jan Mulder (20)
1967–68 1st in Division I Round of 16 European Cup Second round Paul Van Himst (20)
1968–69 4th in Division I Second round European Cup Second round Johan Devrindt (14)
1969–70 4th in Division I Quarter-finals Inter-Cities Fairs Cup runners-up Paul Van Himst (15)
1970–71 3rd in Division I Semifinals Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Third round Paul Van Himst (16)
1971–72 1st in Division I Winners UEFA Cup First round Jan Mulder (16)
1972–73 6th in Division I Winners European Cup Second round Rob Rensenbrink (16)
1973–74 1st in Division I Round of 16 European Cup Winners' Cup First round Attila Ladinsky (22)
1974–75 3rd in Division I Winners European Cup Quarter-finals Rob Rensenbrink (19)
1975–76 2nd in Division I Winners European Cup Winners' Cup winners Rob Rensenbrink (23)
1976–77 2nd in Division I Runners-up European Cup Winners' Cup runners-up François Van Der Elst (21)
1977–78 2nd in Division I Round of 16 European Cup Winners' Cup winners Rob Rensenbrink (18)
1978–79 2nd in Division I Semifinals European Cup Winners' Cup Second round Gertrudus Geels (25)
1979–80 5th in Division I Quarter-finals UEFA Cup First round Ronny Martens (12)
1980–81 1st in Division I Second round UEFA Cup First round Kenneth Brylle (22)
1981–82 2nd in Division I Round of 16 European Cup Semifinals Willy Geurts (12)
1982–83 2nd in Division I Round of 16 UEFA Cup winners Erwin Vandenbergh (20)
1983–84 2nd in Division I Second round UEFA Cup runners-up Erwin Vandenbergh (20)
1984–85 1st in Division I Quarter-finals UEFA Cup Third round Alex Czerniatynski (22)
1985–86 1st in Division I Second round European Cup Semifinals Erwin Vandenbergh (27)
1986–87 1st in Division I Quarter-finals European Cup Quarter-finals Arnor Gudjohnsen (19)
1987–88 4th in Division I Winners European Cup Quarter-finals Luc Nilis (14)
1988–89 2nd in Division I Winners European Cup Winners' Cup Second round Eddie Krncevic (23)
1989–90 2nd in Division I Quarter-finals European Cup Winners' Cup runners-up Marc Degryse (18)
1990–91 1st in Division I Round of 16 UEFA Cup Quarter-finals Luc Nilis (19)
1991–92 2nd in Division I Second round European Cup Group stage Johnny Bosman (17)
1992–93 1st in Division I Semifinals UEFA Cup Third round Luc Nilis (19)
1993–94 1st in Division I Winners UEFA Champions League Group stage Luc Nilis (25)
1994–95 1st in Division I Semifinals UEFA Champions League Group stage Josip Weber (14)
1995–96 2nd in Division I Quarter-finals UEFA Champions League Qualifying round Johnny Bosman and Gilles De Bilde (15)
1996–97 4th in Division I Runners-up UEFA Cup Quarter-finals Pär Zetterberg (12)
1997–98 4th in Division I Round of 16 UEFA Cup Second round Ole Martin Årst (10)
1998–99 3rd in Division I First round UEFA Cup First round Tomasz Radzinski (15)
1999–2000 1st in Division I First round UEFA Cup Second round Jan Koller (20)
2000–01 1st in Division I Quarter-finals UEFA Champions League Second group stage Tomasz Radzinski (23)
2001–02 3rd in Division I First round UEFA Champions League Group stage Gilles De Bilde (11)
2002–03 2nd in Division I Quarter-finals UEFA Cup Fourth round Nenad Jestrovic (20)
2003–04 1st in Division I Semifinals UEFA Champions League Group stage Aruna Dindane (15)
2004–05 2nd in Division I Round of 16 UEFA Champions League group stage Nenad Jestrovic (18)
2005–06 1st in Division I First round UEFA Champions League group stage Mbo Mpenza (11)
2006–07 1st in Division I Semifinals UEFA Champions League group stage Mohammed Tchité (20)
2007–08 2nd in Division I Winners UEFA Cup Round of 16[5] Nicolas Frutos and Ahmed Hassan (8)
2008–09 2nd in Division I Round of 16 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round Mbark Boussoufa (11)
2009–10 1st in Belgian Pro League Quarter-finals UEFA Europa League Round of 16[6] Romelu Lukaku (14)
2010–11 3rd in Belgian Pro League Round of 16 UEFA Europa League Round of 32[6] Romelu Lukaku (16)
2011–12 1st in Belgian Pro League UEFA Europa League Round of 32
2012–13 1st in Belgian Pro League Semifinals UEFA Champions League Group stage

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gallez, Marcel; Serkijn, Johan (2008). Le dictionnaire du RSC Anderlecht (tome 2). Magnad. ISBN 978-2-9600723-3-4. 
  2. ^ "RSC Anderlecht Players from A-Z". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 24 October 2010. 
  3. ^ Only goals in domestic league are counted.
  4. ^ "Histoire 1908-2005". rsca.be. Retrieved 24 October 2010. 
  5. ^ Anderlecht originally entered the UEFA Champions League but they lost in the third qualifying round; however, they were granted a consolatory place in the UEFA Cup under the rules of the tournament at the time.
  6. ^ a b Anderlecht originally entered the UEFA Champions League but they lost in the play-off round; however, they were granted a consolatory place in the UEFA Cup under the rules of the tournament at the time.