1950–51 in Belgian football

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The 1950–1951 season was the 48th season of competitive football in Belgium. RSC Anderlechtois won their 4th and 3rd consecutive Premier Division title[1]
The Belgium national football team played 6 friendly games, with 1 win, 3 draws and 2 losses.[2]

Overview[edit]

At the end of the season, Beringen FC and RFC Brugeois were relegated to Division I, while RU Saint-Gilloise (Division I A winner) and RUS Tournaisienne (Division I B winner) were promoted to the Premier Division.
RU Hutoise FC, EFC Hasselt, SC Eendracht Aalst and K Tubantia FC were relegated from Division I to Promotion, to be replaced by Daring Club Leuven, RRC de Gand, Waterschei SV Thor and Rupel SK.

National team[edit]

Date Venue Opponents Score* Comp Belgium scorers
November 1, 1950 Stade Olympique de Colombes, Colombes (A) France 3-3 F Victor Lemberechts, Joseph Mermans (2)
November 12, 1950 Bosuilstadion, Antwerp (H) The Netherlands 7-2 F Victor Lemberechts (3), Joseph Mermans (2), Léopold Anoul (2)
April 15, 1951 Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam (A) The Netherlands 4-5 F Rinus Terlouw (o.g.), Joseph Mermans, Frédéric Chaves d'Aguilar, Arsène Vaillant
May 20, 1951 Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H) Scotland 0-5 F
June 10, 1951 Heysel Stadium, Brussels (H) Spain 3-3 F Raymond Van Gestel (2), August Van Steelant
June 17, 1951 Estádio Nacional, Oeiras (A) Portugal 1-1 F Joseph Givard

* Belgium score given first

Key

  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • N = On neutral ground
  • F = Friendly
  • o.g. = own goal

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner
Premier Division RSC Anderlechtois
Division I RU Saint-Gilloise and RUS Tournaisienne
Promotion Daring Club Leuven, RRC de Gand, Waterschei SV Thor and Rupel SK

Final league tables[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

Top scorer: Albert De Hert (R Berchem Sport) with 27 goals.

References[edit]