Racing Jet Wavre
|Full name||Racing Jet Wavre|
|Ground||Stade Justin Peeters,
|2004–05||Brabant I, final round|
Racing Jet Wavre is a Belgian association football club located in the municipality of Wavre, Walloon Brabant. It was founded in Jette, Brussels in 1944 as Racing Club Jette, and registered with the Belgian Football Association the following year under the matriculation n°4549. It merged in 1970 with Royal Stade de Bruxelles to become Racing Jet de Bruxelles. It is in 1988 that the club moved to Wavre and became Racing Jet Wavre.
The club reached the second division in 1979 as Racing Jet de Bruxelles and finished 5th that year, qualifying for the final round. It played one season in the third division in 1982–83 and achieved promotion twice in two seasons to play the first division in 1984–85 (finished last). Two years later, it was back in the first division for two season this time. In 1988, the club was relegated to the second division and moved to Wavre. Since then, it has yet to qualify for the highest level again.
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- Belgian Second Division Final Round:
- Winners (2):
- (English) (French) (Dutch) Official website
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