Belgian Women's Third Division

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Belgian Women's Third Division
Country Belgium
Confederation KBVB
Founded 1990
Number of teams A:14
B:12
Promotion to Belgian Women's Second Division
Relegation to Belgian Women's Provincial Divisions
Domestic cup(s) Belgian Women's Cup

The Belgian Women's Third Division (Dutch: Derde Klasse, French: Division III) is the fourth top level women's football league of Belgium. It started in 1990 for only one season. In season 2001-02 they reinstated the division again. The competition is divided in 2 series so there are 2 winner who will promote to Belgian Women's Second Division.

Format[edit]

In the league's season, 14 teams participated in Series A and 12 teams in Series B, playing a double round-robin schedule to decide the champion.

2014-15 Teams[edit]

Series A[edit]

Team Home city Home ground
ASC Havinnes Kalmthout
Bouchout KVV Boechout
Damesvoetbal Lot Lot
Famkes Merkem B Merkem
KDC Ruddervoorde Ruddervoorde
KFC Kontich B Kontich
KFC Merelbeke Merelbeke
KSK Beveren Beveren
KSK Zwevezele Zwevezele
KV Mechelen Mechelen Kleine Malinwa
KWS Desselgem Desselgem
Lentezon Beerse Beerse
SK Standen Staden
Svelta Melsele Melsele

Series B[edit]

Team Home city Home ground
ASE De Chastre Chastre
Bokrijk Sport Genk
Femina SP. Charleroi Charleroi
Halvenweg Zonhoven Zonhoven
Jong Aarlen RC Arlon
KMR Biesen Bilzen
RC. Femina Anatheit Andenne
Sint Truiden B Sint-Truiden
Standard Luik C Liège
US Saint Remy Saint-Remy
USG Tertre- Haute B Saint-Ghislain
Wallonia Club Sibret Vaux-sur-Sûre

Champions[edit]

Chronology[edit]

Series A[edit]

  • 1990 RC Harelbeke
  • 2002 DV. Famkes Merkem
  • 2003 K.SV. Jabbeke
  • 2004 FC. EXC. Kaart
  • 2005 K.SV.Jabbeke
  • 2006 K.Achterbroek V.V.
  • 2007 KV.Cercle Melle
  • 2008 Damesvoetbal Davo Waregem
  • 2009 Miecroob Veltem
  • 2010 Oud-Heverlee Leuven B
  • 2011 K.Massenhoven VC.
  • 2012 Eendracht Aalst
  • 2013 Club Brugge B
  • 2014 AA Gent B

Series B[edit]

  • 1990 F.C.Turnhout
  • 2002 K.Vlimmeren Sport
  • 2003 K. Patro Maasmechelen
  • 2004 FC. Fémina W.S. Woluwe
  • 2005 FC. Fémina Braine-Rebecq
  • 2006 R.CS.Ways-Genappe
  • 2007 V.V.D.G. Lommel
  • 2008 R.FC.Rhisnois
  • 2009 Standard Luik B
  • 2010 Dames Voetbal Opglabbeek
  • 2011 Wallonia Club Sibret
  • 2012 Zonhven DV
  • 2013 Tongeren DV
  • 2014 Wolfsdonk Sport

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