Belgian Fourth Division D

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The Belgian Fourth Division D (Dutch: Vierde Klasse) was one of the four leagues at the fourth level of the Belgian football league system, the other ones being the Belgian Fourth Division A, B and C. This division existed from the 1952-53 to 2015-16 seasons and was played every year with 16 clubs in each league. The league was replaced by the Belgian Second Amateur Division.

The season was divided into three periods of ten matches to make a total of 30 games. The team with the most points was promoted to the Belgian Third Division as champion. The winners of each period (assuming they met the criteria) entered the playoffs (Eindronde in Dutch) with the other nine teams from Promotion A, B and C. The 6 winners went to the second round with the sides who finished 14th in the Third Division. The 4 winners qualified for the final and the 2 winning teams played in the Third Division the following season.

Teams who finished 16th, 15th and 14th were relegated to the Belgian Provincial Leagues. The 13th placed team had to playoff in order to stay in the division.

The final clubs[edit]

Club Municipality Province Finishing position 2014–15 season[1]
F.C. Jeunesse Lorraine Arlonaise Arlon Luxembourg 8th
R. Aywaille F.C. Aywaille Liège 7th
R.E. Bertrigeoise Bertrix Luxembourg 11th
R.D.C. de Cointe-Liège Liège Liège 1st in Liège Division One
R.E.S. Couvin-Mariembourg Couvin Namur 9th
U.S. Givry Bertogne Luxembourg 6th
R.U.S. Loyers Namur Namur 1st in Namur Division One
Patro Lensois Hannut Liège 4th in Liège Division One1
R.R.C. Longlier Neufchâteau Luxembourg 1st in Luxembourg Division One
R.F.C. de Meux La Bruyère Namur 5th
UR Namur Namur Namur 10th
FC Richelle United Visé Liège 2nd in Liège Division One2
Solières Sport Huy Liège 3rd
R.J.S. Taminoise Sambreville Namur 12th
R.C.S. de Verlaine Verlaine Liège 3rd in Liège Division One3
Royal Stade Waremmien F.C. Waremme Liège 2nd

^ — Promoted to replace R.C.S. Verviétois.
^ — FC Richelle United finished first of the Liège Division One play-off, qualifying for the Belgian interprovincial play-off, which it won.
^ — Promoted to replace C.S. Visé.

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