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2010–11 Belgian Pro League

2010–11 Belgian Pro League

The 2010–11 season of the Belgian Pro League (also known as Jupiler Pro League for sponsorship reasons) is the 108th season of top-tier football in Belgium. It began on 30 July 2010 with the first match of the regular season and ended in May 2011 with the last matches of the playoff rounds. Anderlecht were the defending champions.

Jupiler Pro League
Champions LeagueGenk
Europa LeagueAnderlecht
Club Brugge
Matches played300
Goals scored798 (2.66 per match)
Top goalscorerIvan Perišić (22 goals)
Biggest home winStandard 7–0 Lierse (27 November 2010)[3]
Biggest away winCharleroi 0–5 Club Brugge (19 September 2010)[4]
Highest scoringGent 5–3 Zulte-Waregem (19 September 2010)[5]
Gent 4–4 Westerlo (20 November 2010)[6]
Westerlo 7–1 Zulte-Waregem (7 May 2011)[7]
Longest winning run5 matches[8]
Genk, Lokeren
Longest unbeaten run15 matches[9]
Longest losing run7 matches[10]
← 2009–10
2011–12 →

Changes from 2009–10

For the second time, a system of playoffs was used to determine the Belgian champions (contested by the top 6 teams after the regular season) and which teams would play in Europe the following season (teams ranked 7–14 playoff after the regular season with the winner entering a further playoff for the chance to 'steal' the European place of the lowest ranked team in the Top 6 playoff). In terms of relegation, a playoff was introduced between the 15th and 16th team after the regular season; those teams would play each other 5 times in a mini-league, with the team which finished fifteenth playing at home in matches 1, 3 and 5 and starting with a 3-point bonus. The loser of this playoff series would be relegated, whilst the winner would play the Second division relegation playoff with three teams from the Belgian Second Division for the chance to retain its place in first division.[11]


On 28 December 2009, during the previous season, Mouscron went bankrupt and was immediately relegated. Roeselare ended the season in 15th place, forcing them to take part in the relegation play offs. As they lost these play offs they were also relegated and replaced by playoff winners Eupen. With this, Eupen became the first ever team from the German community to play at the highest level of Belgian football. Earlier, Belgian Second Division champions Lierse had been directly promoted.

Stadia and locations

R.S.C. AnderlechtAnderlechtConstant Vanden Stock Stadium28,063
Cercle Brugge K.S.V.BruggeJan Breydel Stadium29,945
R. Charleroi S.C.CharleroiStade du Pays de Charleroi24,891
Club Brugge K.V.BruggeJan Breydel Stadium29,945
K.A.S. EupenEupenKehrweg Stadion8,300
K.R.C. GenkGenkCristal Arena24,900
K.A.A. GentGhentJules Ottenstadion12,919
K.F.C. Germinal BeerschotAntwerpOlympisch Stadion13,132
K.V. KortrijkKortrijkGuldensporen Stadion9,500
Lierse S.K.LierHerman Vanderpoortenstadion14,538
K.S.C. Lokeren Oost-VlaanderenLokerenDaknamstadion10,000
KV MechelenMechelenVeolia Stadium Achter de Kazerne13,123
K. Sint-Truidense V.V.Sint-TruidenStaaienveld11,250
Standard LiègeLiègeStade Maurice Dufrasne30,000
K.V.C. WesterloWesterloHet Kuipje10,790
S.V. Zulte-WaregemWaregemRegenboogstadion8,500

Personnel and sponsoring

ClubChairmanCurrent managerTeam captainKitmakerShirt sponsor
R.S.C. AnderlechtBelgiumRoger Vanden StockBelgiumAriel JacobsArgentinaLucas BigliaAdidasBNP Paribas Fortis
Cercle Brugge K.S.V.BelgiumFrans SchotteBelgiumBob PeetersBelgiumDenis VianeMasitaA D M B
R. Charleroi S.C.IranAbbas BayatCroatiaLuka PeruzovićFranceRudy RiouMasitaVOO
Club Brugge K.V.BelgiumPol JonckheereNetherlandsAdrie KosterBelgiumCarl HoefkensPumaDexia
K.A.S. EupenBelgiumDieter SteffensBelgiumDanny OstSwitzerlandDanijel MilićevićJartaziJartazi
K.R.C. GenkBelgiumHerbert HoubenBelgiumFranky VercauterenHungaryDániel TőzsérNikeEuphony
K.A.A. GentBelgiumIvan De WitteBelgiumFrancky DuryBelgiumBernd ThijsJakoVDK
K.F.C. Germinal BeerschotBelgiumJos VerhaegenBelgiumJacky MathijssenBelgiumPhilippe ClementJomaQuick
K.V. KortrijkBelgiumJozef AllijnsBelgiumHein VanhaezebrouckFranceKarim BelhocineNikeDigipass by VASCO
Lierse S.K.EgyptMaged SamyNorwayTrond SolliedBelgiumJurgen CavensJakoWadi Degla
K.S.C. Lokeren Oost-VlaanderenBelgiumRoger LambrechtBelgiumPeter MaesBelgiumKillian OvermeireMasitaQ-Team VP Lambrecht
KV MechelenBelgiumJohan TimmermansBelgiumMarc BrysBelgiumJulien GoriusJomaTelenet
K. Sint-Truidense V.V.BelgiumRoland DuchâteletBelgiumGuido BrepoelsBelgiumPeter DelorgeLottoBelisol
Standard LiègeSwitzerlandReto StifflerBelgiumDominique D'OnofrioBelgiumSteven DefourPlanete Rougee-lotto.be
K.V.C. WesterloBelgiumHerman WijnantsBelgiumJan CeulemansBelgiumJef DelenSallerWilly Naessens
S.V. Zulte-WaregemBelgiumWilly NaessensBelgiumHugo BroosBelgiumLudwin Van NieuwenhuyzePatrickEnfinity, Petrus

Managerial changes

During summer break

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyReplaced byDate of appointment
CharleroiScotlandTommy CraigSacked14 April 2010[12]BelgiumJacky Mathijssen4 June 2010[13]
LokerenBelgiumEmilio FerreraContract ended.26 April 2010[14]BelgiumPeter Maes20 May 2010[15]
Germinal BeerschotBelgiumJos DaerdenContract ended.End of 2009-10 season[16]BelgiumGlen De Boeck21 May 2010[17]
KortrijkBelgiumGeorges LeekensSigned as head coach of the Belgium national football team.5 May 2010[18]BelgiumHein Vanhaezebrouck6 June 2010[19]
MechelenBelgiumPeter MaesSigned for Lokeren.20 May 2010[15]BelgiumMarc Brys27 May 2010[20]
Cercle BruggeBelgiumGlen De BoeckSigned for Germinal Beerschot.21 May 2010[17]BelgiumBob Peeters26 May 2010[21]
GentBelgiumMichel Preud'hommeSigned forNetherlandsTwente.23 May 2010[22]BelgiumFrancky Dury10 June 2010[23]
Zulte-WaregemBelgiumFrancky DurySigned for Gent.10 June 2010[23]BelgiumBart De Roover11 June 2010[24]

During regular season

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyReplaced byDate of appointmentPosition in table
EupenBelgiumDanny OstResigned4 September 2010[25]ItalyEzio Capuano7 September 2010[26]16th
LierseBelgiumAimé AnthuenisSacked19 September 2010[27]BelgiumEric Van Meir19 September 2010[27]15th
CharleroiBelgiumJacky MathijssenSacked20 September 2010[28]HungaryCsaba László23 September 2010[29]14th
EupenItalyEzio CapuanoResigned24 September 2010[30]FranceAlbert Cartier24 September 2010[31]16th
Zulte-WaregemBelgiumBart De RooverSacked24 October 2010[32]BelgiumHugo Broos27 October 2010[33]12th
Germinal BeerschotBelgiumGlen De BoeckSacked29 November 2010[34]BelgiumJacky Mathijssen2 December 2010[35]13th
LierseBelgiumEric Van MeirCaretaker replaced30 December 2010[36]NorwayTrond Sollied1 January 2011[37]15th
CharleroiHungaryCsaba LászlóSacked17 March 2011[38]HungaryTibor Balogh17 March 2011[38]16th

During playoffs

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyReplaced byDate of appointmentPosition in table
CharleroiHungaryTibor BaloghCaretaker replaced24 March 2011[39]HungaryZoltan Kovács24 March 2011[39]2nd in Relegation Playoff
CharleroiHungaryZoltan KovácsSacked4 April 2011[40]CroatiaLuka Peruzović4 April 2011[40]2nd in Relegation Playoff
EupenFranceAlbert CartierSacked13 April 2011[41]BelgiumDanny Ost13 April 2011[41]1st in Relegation Playoff

Regular season

League table

1Anderlecht3019835820+3865Qualification for championship playoff
2Genk(C, O)3019746427+3764
4Club Brugge3016596035+2553
6Standard Liège30154115038+1249
7Mechelen3013983430+448Qualification for Europa League playoff
9Cercle Brugge30116133334−139
11Zulte Waregem30712113941−233
13Germinal Beerschot30511142440−1626
15Eupen3058172850−2223Qualification for relegation playoff

Positions by round

Note: The classification was made after the weekend (or midweek) of each matchday, so postponed matches were only processed at the time they were played to represent the real evolution in standings. The postponed matches are:

  • Matchday 15: Eupen vs. Mechelen of 13 November because of a flooded pitch, to be played on 18 January between matchdays 22 and 23.[42]

  • Matchday 17: Kortrijk vs. Lokeren of 27 November because of excessive rainfall and snow, to be played on 18 January between matchdays 22 and 23.[43]

  • Matchday 18: Charleroi vs. Cercle Brugge and Lierse vs. Mechelen of 4 December because of snow. The match Lierse vs. Mechelen is to be played on 15 February between matchdays 27 and 28,[44][45] whereas on 21 December (between matchdays 20 and 21) the match Charleroi vs. Cercle Brugge has been awarded a 0–5 victory to Cercle Brugge as Charleroi did not "try everything possible to allow the match to be played".[46] On 17 March, just two days before the final matchday, the decision is reversed as Charleroi had submitted a complaint at the BAS. BAS stands for the Belgian court of Arbitration of Sport, which is the Belgian version of the Court of Arbitration for Sport.[47] As a result of this decision, Charleroi regained a chance of avoiding the relegation playoff, as they were only five points behind the 14th place, with two matches to play. Later that day, the decision is made to play the match on 23 March, which is unconventional as this meant that not all teams will play their final match on the same time.[48]

  • Matchday 20: Lokeren vs. Cercle Brugge and Sint-Truiden vs. Mechelen of 18 December were cancelled because of too many icy patches and/or snow on the pitch.[49][50] The match between Lokeren and Cercle Brugge was rescheduled to be played on February 2, between matchdays 24 and 25.[51] On 28 December (between matchdays 21 and 22) Mechelen was awarded a 0-5 victory as Sint-Truiden did not provide proper playing conditions,[52] however Sint-Truiden pressed charges for unfair treatment. The club was proven right in court and as a result the forfait became undone on 25 January (between matchdays 23 and 24) and the match was replayed on 23 February (between matchdays 27 and 28).[53] The match Germinal Beerschot - Gent of 19 December was stopped after 10 minutes at a score of 0-0 because of excessive snowfall,[54] it will be replayed on February 16, between matchdays 26 and 27.[51]

  • Matchday 21: With the whole of Belgium suffering from excessive snow, several matches were cancelled, mostly because it was too dangerous to send thousands of supporters out on the slippery roads. Eupen vs. Zulte-Waregem, Charleroi vs. Germinal Beerschot, Westerlo vs. Lokeren[55] and Mechelen vs. Kortrijk of the 26th of December were thus cancelled.[56] The derby between Genk and Sint-Truiden of the 27th was also postponed.[57] All of these matches were rescheduled to be played on February 2, between matchdays 24 and 25, except Westerlo vs. Lokeren which was rescheduled to February 16, between matchdays 26 and 27.[51]

  • Matchday 22: With a lot of roads still slippery in the south and east of Belgium, two more matches are cancelled: Standard vs. Mechelen of 29 December[58] and Sint-Truiden vs. Cercle Brugge of 30 December.[59] Both matches have been rescheduled to be played between matchdays 27 and 28, on 26 and 27 February respectively.[51]

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930
Club Brugge12691197766658897886664444444444
Standard Liège736866654343454545445675577766
Cercle Brugge7107101011810886668107789107756888899
Zulte Waregem71211789129121212121211111111111189101111111111111111
Germinal Beerschot111314131413101211111111111212131313131414141314131312131313


Cercle Brugge1–01–13–12–10–10–11–12–13–01–10–14–21–00–11–3
Club Brugge0–20–15–04–02–23–21–04–12–02–11–24–12–24–32–0
Germinal Beerschot0–10–01–02–10–00–12–23–11–11–11–10–00–10–03–0
Standard Liège5–12–02–12–21–30–22–11–01–07–03–33–01–02–11–1
Zulte Waregem1–24–01–12–30–00–12–24–31–11–11–11–21–22–02–0

Championship Playoff

The points obtained during the regular season will be halved (and rounded up) before the start of the playoff. As a result, the teams started with the following points before the playoff: Anderlecht 33 points, Genk 32, Gent 29, Club Brugge 27, Lokeren 25 and Standard 25. In the event of ties at the end of the playoffs, the half point was deducted if it had been added. Anderlecht, Gent, Club Brugge and Standard received this type of bonus due to rounding.

Playoff table

1Genk(C)106131612+4512011–12 UEFA Champions League Third qualifying round
2Standard Liège10820186+1250.5
3Anderlecht103251416−2442011–12 UEFA Europa League Play-off round
4Club Brugge10442136+7432011–12 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round

Positions by round

Below the positions per round are shown. As teams did not all start with an equal number of points, the initial pre-playoffs positions are also given.

Team ╲ RoundInitial12345678910
Standard Liège64332322222
Club Brugge45444444444


Club Brugge3–03–03–00–01–1
Standard Liège2–11–02–11–03–0

Europa League Playoff

Mechelen, Westerlo, Cercle Brugge, Kortrijk, Zulte-Waregem, Sint-Truiden, Germinal Beerschot and Lierse qualified for the Europa League Playoffs.

Group A

1Cercle Brugge(A)623155090–03–11–0

Group B

3Germinal Beerschot613266063–32–00–0

Europa League playoff final

The winners of both playoff groups competed in a two-legged match. The winners on aggregate than will compete in another match (called Testmatch) against a team from the championship playoff (see below). If both teams are tied after two matches, the away goals rule will be applied. Should both teams still be tied afterwards, thirty minutes of extra time will be played and, if necessary, a penalty shootout will be conducted.

Westerlo won 5–2 on aggregate.

Testmatches Europa League

The fourth-placed team from the championship playoff and the winners of the Europa League playoff would have competed for one spot in the third qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League.[61]

Before the match, both teams were already sure of qualification for European football. Westerlo because their opponent in the final of the 2010–11 Belgian Cup was Standard Liège, who were already qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League. Club Brugge because of their league position (4th). As a result, both teams agreed to drop the testmatches regardless of the result of the Belgian Cup final:

  • Because Standard won the Belgian cup, Anderlecht will enter the Play-off round and Westerlo agreed to start in the Second qualifying round, giving Club Brugge the ticket to the Third qualifying round.

Relegation Playoff

The teams finishing in the last two positions play each other 5 times. The team ending in 15th position starts with a three-point bonus and has three home matches.

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1Eupen(R)421198+110Belgian Second Division Final Round
2Charleroi(R)411289−14Belgian Second Division

Top goalscorers

In contrary to the previous season, which was the inaugural season with playoffs, the goals scored during the playoffs are valid to determine the league top scorer. As a result, Jelle Vossen, who was leading at the end of the regular season with 17 goals, still missed out on the top scorers' trophy.

Source: sporza.be [67] and Sport.be [68] (in Dutch) **

1CroatiaIvan PerišićClub Brugge22
2BelgiumJelle VossenGenk20
3BrazilPaulo HenriqueWesterlo18
4BelgiumRomelu LukakuAnderlecht16
5BelgiumMarvin OgunjimiGenk15
VenezuelaRonald VargasClub Brugge15
7IsraelElyaniv BardaGenk14
8MoroccoMehdi CarcelaStandard Liège13
FranceJulien GoriusMechelen13
10Central African RepublicHabib HabibouZulte Waregem12

Season statistics


  • Fastest goal in a match: 19 seconds - [[INLINE_IMAGE|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/92/Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg/23px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/92/Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg/35px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png 1.5x, //upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/92/Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg/45px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png 2x|Belgium|h15|w23|thumbborder flagicon-img flagicon-img]] Marvin Ogunjimi for Genk against Standard Liège (18 October 2010)

  • Goal scored at the latest point in a match: 90+6 minutes – [[INLINE_IMAGE|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/92/Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg/23px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/92/Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg/35px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png 1.5x, //upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/92/Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg/45px-Flag_of_Belgium_%28civil%29.svg.png 2x|Belgium|h15|w23|thumbborder flagicon-img flagicon-img]] Axel Witsel for Standard Liège against Kortrijk (17 December 2010).

  • Winning goal scored at the latest point in a match: 90+5 minutes – [[INLINE_IMAGE|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/bf/Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg/23px-Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg.png|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/bf/Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg/35px-Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg.png 1.5x, //upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/bf/Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg/46px-Flag_of_Bosnia_and_Herzegovina.svg.png 2x|Bosnia and Herzegovina|h12|w23|thumbborder flagicon-img flagicon-img]] Adnan Čustović for Germinal Beerschot against Charleroi (11 September 2010).

  • Widest winning margin: 7 goals Standard Liège 7-0 Lierse (27 November 2010).

  • Most goals in a match by one team: 7 goals Standard Liège 7-0 Lierse (27 November 2010). Westerlo 7-1 Zulte Waregem (7 May 2011).

  • Most goals in one half: 6 goals Gent 4-4 Westerlo (2-0 at half-time) (20 November 2010). Club Brugge 4-3 Westerlo (3-3 at half-time) (5 December 2010).

  • Most goals in one half by a single team: 4 goals Anderlecht 4-1 Eupen (0-1 at half-time) (31 July 2010). Club Brugge 4-1 Sint-Truiden (4-1 at half-time) (7 August 2010). Genk 5-0 Charleroi (4-0 at half-time) (15 August 2010). Anderlecht 5-0 Mechelen (1-0 at half-time) (26 September 2010). Standard Liège 5-1 Anderlecht (1-0 at half-time) (3 October 2010). Eupen 6-0 Sint-Truiden (4-0 at half-time) (16 October 2010). Gent 4-4 Westerlo (2-0 at half-time) (20 November 2010). Standard Liège 7-0 Lierse (3-0 at half-time) (27 November 2010). Anderlecht 4-1 Charleroi (0-1 at half-time) (27 November 2010). Genk 5-1 Eupen (1-0 at half-time) (11 December 2010). Anderlecht 6-0 Lierse (2-0 at half-time) (26 December 2010). Eupen 4-2 Charleroi (0-2 at half-time) (16 April 2011). Westerlo 7-1 Zulte Waregem (4-0 at half-time) (7 May 2011).

  • Most goals in a match by one player: 4 goals [[INLINE_IMAGE|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1b/Flag_of_Croatia.svg/23px-Flag_of_Croatia.svg.png|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1b/Flag_of_Croatia.svg/35px-Flag_of_Croatia.svg.png 1.5x, //upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1b/Flag_of_Croatia.svg/46px-Flag_of_Croatia.svg.png 2x|Croatia|h12|w23|thumbborder flagicon-img flagicon-img]] Ivan Perišić for Club Brugge against Charleroi (29 December 2010).


  • Card given at latest point in a game: [[INLINE_IMAGE|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/49/Flag_of_Kenya.svg/23px-Flag_of_Kenya.svg.png|//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/49/Flag_of_Kenya.svg/35px-Flag_of_Kenya.svg.png 1.5x, //upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/49/Flag_of_Kenya.svg/45px-Flag_of_Kenya.svg.png 2x|Kenya|h15|w23|thumbborder flagicon-img flagicon-img]] Victor Wanyama (yellow) at 90+9 minutes for Germinal Beerschot against Charleroi (10 September 2010).

  • Most yellow cards in a single match: 10 - Standard Liège 3-3 Lokeren: 6 for Standard (Bolat, Pocognoli, Defour, Carcela, Witsel and Grozav), 4 for Lokeren (El Mouataz, Taravel, De Ceulaer and Leko) (14 August 2010)

See also

  • List of Belgian football transfers summer 2010


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