1948–49 in Belgian football
The 1948–1949 season was the 46th season of competitive football in Belgium. RSC Anderlechtois won their second Premier Division title.
The Belgium national football team played 6 friendly games, of which they won 2 and drew 4.
At the end of the season, K Boom FC and RU Saint-Gilloise were relegated to Division I, while R Stade Louvain (Division I A winner) and RFC Brugeois (Division I B winner) were promoted to the Premier Division.
RCS La Forestoise, Stade Waremmien, SK Roeselare and RRC Tournaisien were relegated from Division I to Promotion, to be replaced by R Albert Elisabeth Club Mons, ASV Oostende KM, AS Herstalienne and RU Hutoise FC.
|October 17, 1948||Stade Olympique de Colombes, Colombes (A)||France||3-3||F||Joseph Mermans, Léopold Anoul, Frédéric Chaves d'Aguilar|
|November 21, 1948||Bosuilstadion, Antwerp (H)||The Netherlands||1-1||F||Frédéric Chaves d'Aguilar|
|January 2, 1949||Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc, Barcelona (A)||Spain||1-1||F||Henri Coppens|
|March 13, 1949||Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A)||The Netherlands||3-3||F||Hennie Moring (o.g.), Joseph Mermans (2)|
|April 24, 1949||Dalymount Park, Dublin (A)||Republic of Ireland||2-0||F||Victor Lemberechts, Joseph Mermans|
|May 22, 1949||Stade de Sclessin, Liège (H)||Wales||3-1||F||Henri Govard (2), Albert De Hert|
* Belgium score given first
- H = Home match
- A = Away match
- N = On neutral ground
- F = Friendly
- o.g. = own goal
|Premier Division||RSC Anderlechtois|
|Division I||R Stade Louvain and RFC Brugeois|
|Promotion||R Albert Elisabeth Club Mons, ASV Oostende KM, AS Herstalienne and RU Hutoise FC|