Belgian Elite League

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Belgian Elite League
Current season or competition::
2015-16 Belgian Elite League
Sport Rugby union
Instituted 1937
Number of teams 8
Country  Belgium
Holders ASUB Waterloo (2012–13)

The Belgian Elite League is the top flight men's competition for rugby union in Belgium.


Location of the 2013–14 Belgium Elite League teams

As of the 2013/14 season The Elite League has eight teams:

The 2011/12 Champions were ASUB Waterloo. In 2012 BUC St Josse was relegated having finished bottom of the Elite League and Liége were promoted from the Senior Division 2.

Of the eight teams in the division two are based in Brussels Capital Region, two in Hainault, two in Liège and one each in East Flanders and Walloon Brabant.


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