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RFC Liège

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Established
1892 (132 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Stade de RocourtStade de Rocourt
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LiègeLiège, Belgium

Nicknames
Les Sang et Marine

Competitions
Belgian First Division B

Last Edit
curswine: 27/Jun/23


Upcoming
02/03 Lommel SK - RFC Liège
10/03 RFC Liège - KMSK Deinze
16/03 Lierse Kempe - RFC Liège
31/03 RFC Liège - Waasland-Bev
07/04 Francs Borai - RFC Liège

Results
24/02 RFC Liège 1 - 1 Standard II
17/02 RFC Seraing 0 - 4 RFC Liège
11/02 KV Oostende 0 - 2 RFC Liège
07/02 Anderlecht I 1 - 1 RFC Liège
04/02 RFC Liège 1 - 4 Beerschot VA

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Royal Football Club de Liège (more commonly known as RFC Liège) is a professional football club based in Liège, Belgium. It currently plays in the Belgian First Amateur Division. Its matricule is 4, meaning that it was the fourth club to register with the country's national federation (founded 1895), and the club was the first Belgian champion in history (5 Championships & 1 Cup). The 'philosophy' of the club is based on integration of local young players and on popular and faithful support. The club was also known for being 'homeless' between 1995 and 2015, but is now playing on its own ground in the Rocourt area of Liège.

In 1990, FC Liège precipitated a ground-breaking ruling for European football, when its refusal to release Jean-Marc Bosman after his contract ran out led to the Bosman ruling, a European Court of Justice decision that caused major changes to the structure of European football.Royal Football Club de Liège (more commonly known as RFC Liège) is a professional football club based in Liège, Belgium. It currently plays in Challenger Pro League from 2023–24. It's matricule is 4, meaning that it was the fourth club to register with the country's national federation (founded 1895), and the club was the first Belgian champion in history
(5 Championships & 1 Cup). The 'philosophy' of the club is based
on integration of local young players and on popular and faithful
support. The club was also known for being 'homeless' between 1995 and
2015, but is now playing on its own ground in the Rocourt area of Liège.
In 1990, FC Liège precipitated a ground-breaking ruling for European football, when its refusal to release Jean-Marc Bosman after his contract ran out led to the Bosman ruling, a European Court of Justice decision that caused major changes to the structure of European football.

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