2005–06 in Belgian football

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The 2005-2006 season was the 103rd competitive season in Belgian football.


For the first season since 2000, the football fancard is not needed to see a first division game. Tickets for matches can now be purchased with a single ID card and on the day of the match, which was not permitted since the introduction of the fancard. Furthermore, for the second season in history (the first time was in the 1960s), one game of each matchday is shown on public television. Another premiere is that every Jupiler League game can be watched on a private television channel.


Competition Winner
First division Anderlecht
Cup Zulte-Waregem
Supercup Anderlecht
Second division Mons
Third division A Dender
Third division B Tienen


National team[edit]

Belgium continued their qualifying campaign for the Football World Cup 2006 but did not qualify.

Date Venue Opponents Score* Comp Belgium scorers Match Report
August 17, 2005 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H)  Greece 2-0 F Emile Mpenza, Mbo Mpenza www.dhnet.be
September 3, 2005 Bilino Polje, Zenica (A)  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-1 WCQ www.dhnet.be
September 7, 2005 Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp (H)  San Marino 8-0 WCQ Timmy Simons (p), Koen Daerden (2), Thomas Buffel, Mbo Mpenza (2), Kevin Vandenbergh, Daniel Van Buyten www.dhnet.be
October 8, 2005 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H)  Spain 0-2 WCQ www.sport.be
October 12, 2005 Vėtra Stadium, Vilnius (A)  Lithuania 1-1 WCQ Karel Geraerts www.sport.be
March 1, 2006 Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg (A)  Luxembourg 2-0** F Kevin Vandenbergh, Luigi Pieroni www.sport.be
May 11, 2006 Wagner & Partners Stadion, Sittard (A)  Saudi Arabia 2-1 F Tom Caluwé, Anthony Vanden Borre www.sport.be
May 20, 2006 Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava (A)  Slovakia 1-1 F Karel Geraerts www.sport.be
May 24, 2006 Fenix Stadion, Genk (H)  Turkey 3-3 F İbrahim Toraman (o.g.), Wesley Sonck, Carl Hoefkens www.sport.be

* Belgium score given first
** Match stopped after 65 minutes because of bad weather


  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • F = Friendly
  • WCQ = FIFA World Cup 2006 Qualifying, European Zone Group 7
  • o.g. = own goal

European Qualification[edit]

Competition Qualifiers Reason for Qualification
UEFA Champions League R.S.C. Anderlecht 1st in first division
UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round Standard Liège 2nd in first division
UEFA Cup Club Brugge 3rd in first division
S.V. Zulte-Waregem Cup winners
K.S.V. Roeselare via the fairplay draw
UEFA Intertoto Cup 3rd Round K.A.A. Gent Highest first division finishers (4th) to have entered and not qualified for any other European competition

Final league tables[edit]

First division[edit]