16 clubs are ready to compete for the 2021 Men’s League title !

Unfortunately, due to the Covid restrictions, the 2020 edition is not yet over. We are crossing our fingers that the final will be able to go ahead on March 27 at Rigenee. Nevertheless, this set back has not diminished our enthusiasm – Division 1 for 2021 is ready to go.
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Who will be the next champions ?

On the men’s side, 16 clubs will contest the title. Following on from Rinkven in 2018 and Rigenée in 2019, the road to win the 2021 title will be long. The teams get stronger year after year and the competition develops into a very exciting contest with Clubs lining up their best players.

On the women’s front, Division 1 goes from 8 to 12 clubs with the arrival of 4 new teams. Our aim is to grow this division to 16 teams in 2022.

Ravenstein won the title in 2019 but is no longer in the race to win the 2020 final.

We are pleased to announce that new clubs and teams have registered for Division 2 and the battle for promotion to Division 1 will be intense. Ostende, Gomzé, Millenium, Drie Eycken, Witbos, Spiegelven but also Waterloo 2 and Rigenée 2 are already in the frame.

The full list of 16 Division 2 clubs will be communicated towards the end of March.

Entry clubs for the Division 1 :

Men’s League :

  • 7 Fontaines
  • Bercuit
  • Damme
  • Hulencourt
  • L’Empereur
  • La Bruyère
  • La Tournette
  • Latem
  • Oudenaarde
  • Ravenstein
  • Rigenée
  • Rinkven
  • Ternesse
  • The National
  • Waterloo
  • Zoute

Women’s League :

  • 7 Fontaines
  • Hulencourt
  • L’Empereur
  • La Bruyère
  • La Tournette
  • Latem
  • Ravenstein
  • Rigenée
  • Rinkven
  • The National
  • Waterloo
  • Sart Tilman

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