K. Stade Leuven
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|Full name||Koninklijke Stade Leuven|
|Founded||12 November 1903as "R. Stade Louvaniste"|
|Dissolved||2002 (merged into OH Leuven)|
|League||Belgian third division, group B|
The club was founded as Stade Louvaniste and wore the matricule n°18. It was admitted to the first season ever of the second division in 1910–11. It left the second division in 1950 to play in the first division for one season. The club was eventually relegated to the third division in 1953. It played in the second division again from 1981 to 1983 and from 1988 to 1991. In 2002 K. Stade Leuven as it was named since 1967 merged with Zwarte Duivels Oud-Heverlee (Zwarte Duivels means Black Devils) and K. Daring Club Leuven to become Oud-Heverlee Leuven with the matricule n°6142 of the "Black Devils".
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