1938–39 in Belgian football
The 1938–1939 season was the 39th season of competitive football in Belgium. R Beerschot AC won their 7th and last Premier Division title. The next season of Belgian football was interrupted due to World War II. Official competitions resumed in the 1941-42 season.
At the end of the season, R Daring Club de Bruxelles and RFC Brugeois were relegated to Division I, while SC Eendracht Aalst (Division I A winner) and R Tilleur FC (Division I B winner) were promoted to the Premier Division.
FC Wilrijck, Cappellen FC, RCS Schaerbeek and Wezel Sport were relegated from Division I to Promotion, to be replaced by R Fléron FC, RCS Hallois, RRC Tournaisien and Herenthals SK.
|January 29, 1939||Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H)||Germany||1-4||F||Emile Stijnen|
|March 19, 1939||Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp (H)||The Netherlands||5-4||F||Jean Capelle (3), Jean Fievez, Raymond Braine|
|April 23, 1939||Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A)||The Netherlands||2-3||F||Raymond Braine, Fernand Buyle|
|May 14, 1939||Stade du Pont d'Ougrée, Liège (H)||Switzerland||1-2||F||Bernard Voorhoof|
|May 18, 1939||Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H)||France||1-3||F||Robert Lamoot|
|May 27, 1939||Stadion ŁKS, Łódź (A)||Poland||3-3||F||Jean Fievez, Raymond Braine, Hendrik Isemborghs|
* Belgium score given first
- H = Home match
- A = Away match
- N = On neutral ground
- F = Friendly
- o.g. = own goal
|Premier Division||R Beerschot AC|
|Division I||SC Eendracht Aalst and R Tilleur FC|
|Promotion||R Fléron FC, RCS Hallois, RRC Tournaisien and Herenthals SK|