Royal Belgian Football Association

Knowledge Identifier: &Royal_Belgian_Football_Association

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Royal Belgian Football Association

Governing body of football and futsal in Belgium add

Category: Football

Founded in 1895.

Countries: Belgium (91%), France (9%)

Main connections: Royal Antwerp F.C., R.F.C. de Liege, Belgian Pro League

Linked to: Royal Dutch Football Association, UEFA, Waasland-Beveren, Women's association football

 

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1932

RWDM Brussels FC - "'FC Strombeek"' first registered at the Royal Belgian Football Association in 1932


1935

F.C. Verbroedering Dender Eendracht Hekelgem - Verbroedering Denderhoutem was founded in 1935 and registered to the Royal Belgian Football Association in 1943


1944

Waasland-Beveren - In 1944, they joined the Royal Belgian Football Association and started playing in the lowest provincial league of West Flanders


1951

K. Standaard Wetteren - They changed their name to Football Club Standaard Wetteren in 1951 as they chose to register with the Belgian Football Association


2005

The first stone of the building, however, was not laid before 8 April 2005 add something


2007

Geel eventually gained its license in appeal in front of the License Appeal Commission, a decision that Namur contested by asking a summary judgement from the court of Namur, in July 2007 add something

 

On 7 September 2007, the court of Namur suspended the second and third division until a decision is taken add something


2008

Eliaquim Mangala - In 2008, he was approached by the Belgium Football Association who called the player up to the country's under-18 national team


2011

Francky Dury - After half a year working for the Royal Belgian Football Association as head coach of the Belgium U-21, he was hired again by &Zulte_Waregem (S.V._Zulte_Waregem) as head coach in the last week of 2011

 

Stein Huysegems - As the contract between Genk and Huysegems had not been terminated before 30 June 2011, the Royal Belgian Football Association ruled that he was not allowed to play for his new team before 2012, causing him to be sidelined for almost 5 months, earning only a basic wage without bonuses


2014

As of 2014, the association is presided by chairman François De Keersmaecker and managed by CEO Steven Martens add something


2015

As of 2015, the association is presided by chairman François De Keersmaecker add something