RSC Anderlecht (women)

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RSC Anderlecht
RSC Anderlecht emblem
Full name Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht Féminin
Founded 1971 / 1993
Ground Centre National de Football Euro 2000, Tubize
Ground Capacity 1000
Chairman Roger vanden Stock
Manager Filip de Winne
League BeNe League
2011-12 2nd
Website Club home page

RSC Anderlecht Féminin is a Belgian women's football club representing RSC Anderlecht in the BeNe League.[1] Founded in 1971 as Brussels Dames 71, it became Anderlecht's women's team in 1993. It formerly played the Belgian First Division.

The team won one Belgian championship and four national cups as Brussels D71 between 1984 and 1991, and three championships and five cups as Anderlecht between 1994 and 2005, including doubles in 1987 and 1998, with the 1994-1999 lustrum being its most successful period. With ten titles Anderlecht is the Cup's most successful team.[2] Since 2004 it has been the championship's runner-up in five occasions, most recently in 2011.[3]

Titles[edit]

Official[edit]

Invitational[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 February 2013 reference (official website)
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Belgium GK Diede Lemey
Belgium GK Lynn Senaeve
Belgium GK Tania Vandenhouwe
Belgium DF Laura Deloose
Belgium DF Laura Deneve
Belgium DF Julie van Gysel
Belgium DF Lien Kesteloot
Belgium DF Taika De Koker
Belgium DF Steffi De Pelsmaeker
Belgium DF Lorca van de Putte
Belgium DF Anke Vanhooren
Belgium MF Sophie Mannaert
No. Position Player
Belgium MF Laurence Marchal
United States MF Meagan McLoughlin
Belgium MF Justine Vanhaevermaet
Belgium MF Tessa Wullaert
Belgium FW Cynthia Browaeys
Belgium FW Jana Coryn
Belgium FW Stephanie van Gils
Belgium FW Annelies van Loock
Belgium FW Francesca van Oudheusden
Belgium FW Anne Puttemans
Belgium FW Jill Stevens
Belgium FW Anaelle Wiard

Head coaches[edit]

Season to season[edit]

Season Div. Place Cup
1973–74 1 08th
1974–75 1 03rd
1975–76 1 03rd
1976–77 1 03rd
1977–78 1 11th
1978–79 1 02nd
1979–80 1 08th
1980–81 1 06th
1981–82 1 05th
1982–83 1 03rd
1983–84 1 04th Champion
1984–85 1 04th Champion
1985–86 1 06th
1986–87 1 01st Champion
1987–88 1 04th
1988–89 1 04th Finalist
1989–90 1 02nd Finalist
1990–91 1 04th Champion
1991–92 1 04th
1992–93 1 04th
1993–94 1 03rd Champion
1994–95 1 01st Finalist
1995–96 1 02nd Champion
1996–97 1 01st
1997–98 1 01st Champion
1998–99 1 03rd Champion
1999–00 1 02nd
2000–01 1 03rd
2001–02 1 09th
2002–03 1 05th
2003–04 1 02nd Finalist
2004–05 1 03rd Champion
2005–06 1 02nd Round of 16
2006–07 1 02nd Quarterfinals
2007–08 1 02nd Finalist
2008–09 1 05th Quarterfinals
2009–10 1 05th Finalist
2010–11 1 02nd Round of 16
2011–12 1 02nd Semifinals
2012–13 1 (BeNe) 07th Champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile in UEFA's website
  2. ^ List of finals in RSSSF.com
  3. ^ List of tables in RSSSF.com