* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Léon Jeck (8 February 1947 in Ans, Belgium – 24 June 2007 in Seraing, Belgium) was a Belgian internationalfootballer. He was a tough-tackling Centre-Back for Standard Liege and played against Russia and Mexico in the 1970 World Cup Finals. It was Jeck's tackle that was controversially given as a penalty in the Mexico game that helped the hosts, not Belgium, progress to the next stage. He died at the age of 60, the 23 June 2007 from a pulmonary embolism.