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KFC Zwarte LeeuwDescription : Koninklijke Football Club Zwarte Leeuw (lit. Royal Football Club Black Lion) is a Belgian football club from Rijkevorsel. The club is affiliated to the Belgian Football Association with basic number 1124 and has yellow-black as team colors.The club was on 25 April 1926 established as Athletics Club Black Leeuwkens Rijckevorsel . On November 18, 1927 the club joined the Football League as Black Lion Rijckevorsel and received basic number 1124. In 1972 the club took the name FC Rijkevorsel to. ... Page:k103

Zwarte Leeuw
Full nameKFC Zwarte Leeuw Rijkevorsel
Nickname(s)De Leeuwen
Founded25 April 1926
GroundLouis Van Roeystadion
Ground Capacity678
ManagerWilly Fransen
CoachNicky Hayen
LeagueVierde klasse C
Yellow jersey with yellow shorts, yellow socks
Home colours
Away colours

Koninklijke Football Club Zwarte Leeuw (lit. Royal Football Club Black Lion) is a Belgian football club from Rijkevorsel. The club is affiliated to the Belgian Football Association with basic number 1124 and has yellow-black as team colors.

History

The club was on 25 April 1926 established as Athletics Club Black Leeuwkens Rijckevorsel . On November 18, 1927 the club joined the Football League as Black Lion Rijckevorsel and received basic number 1124. In 1972 the club took the name FC Rijkevorsel to. Three years later the name was changed again in FC Black Lion ; Rijkevorsel name was omitted. Following the fiftieth anniversary should the club in 1976, the title Royal for the FC still turn and became KFC Black Lion.

In 1974 the club was able for the first time to the provincial series to come and played thirteen years in the promotion series where the club five times second place managed to achieve. Black Lion won in 1987 ended his set, and played as in 1987/88 for the first time in the third class . The team took not just a stunt when the title was to be left to one point after Germinal Ekeren . The following season, the club have six points ahead of FC Heist athletic champion and so opened the gate of the Second Division .

There the club continue its momentum and surprised everyone by taking off with as many points as the third road Racing Genk . In the final round for the promotion Black Lion was second behind Genk and saw a new promotion to his nose passing. The success did not last and the next season was the club's fight against relegation, a battle in 1993 lost. The Bosman lost the club, like many other clubs, lots of money and this was reflected in the sporting results. Rather than return to battle for the second class promotion the club just like the last three years fighting against relegation. Had Black Lion finished in fourteenth place and normally need to place through the final round ticket for the next season to secure, but by the second class expanded from 16 to 18 clubs Black Lion was saved. The following season the club finished again on the fourteenth and could just save. In 1995, however, the degradation was inevitable.

The club moved to the next few years in the middle. In 1998/99 third place was achieved and in 1999/00 even a second. Black Lion was preparing for the final round of promotion, but was already in the first round with 1–3 defeated by SK Lebbeke . In 2001, the Vice-title was won, behind Bocholter VV . In the final round was first SK Eernegem defeated in the second round, but the club had to be won against SK Wevelgem . The following years the club away slowly sank in the middle and did it until 2005/06 second look with a tie for fifth place. However, in 2006–07 the club was relegated for the first time since 1974, out of the national series. In the 2008–09 season the club won the final round in the Antwerp First Provincial and was able to return to the national series.

Black Leo spent three seasons in Fourth Division, but in 2012 again followed a demotion to First Provincial. This time the stay is of short duration. It was immediately champion and so did one in 2013 after a season already back in Fourth Class.

Palmares

Belgian Third Division

winner (1): 1988/89
Second (1): 1987/88

Belgian Fourth Division

winner (1): 1986/87
second (7): 1977/78, 1980/81, 1981/82, 1982/83, 1983/84, 1999/00, 2000–01

Pappaertbeker

winner (1): 1989

Results

SeasonDivisionSeriesPointsCommentsBelgian Cup
 IIIIIIIVP.I
1974/75   6 Vierde Klasse B32
1975/76   3 Vierde Klasse C37
1976/77   3 Vierde Klasse B35
1977/78   2 Vierde Klasse B41
1978/79   7 Vierde Klasse A31
1979/80   3 Vierde Klasse C44
1980/81   2 Vierde Klasse A41
1981/82   2 Vierde Klasse C45
1982/83   2 Vierde Klasse D48
1983/84   2 Vierde Klasse B501/8
1984/85   5 Vierde Klasse C37
1985/86   5 Vierde Klasse A32
1986/87   1 Vierde Klasse C41
1987/88  2  Derde Klasse B50
1988/89  1  Derde Klasse B441/4
1989/90 3   Tweede Klasse361/32
1990/91 14   Tweede Klasse261/8
1991/92 13   Tweede Klasse241/32
1992/93 16   Tweede Klasse23
1993/94  14  Derde Klasse B24
1994/95  14  Derde Klasse B23
1995/96  15  Derde Klasse B22Invoering driepuntensysteem4R
1996/97   7 Vierde Klasse C41
1997/98   5 Vierde Klasse C50
1998/99   3 Vierde Klasse B49
1999/00   2 Vierde Klasse C543R
2000/01   2 Vierde Klasse C484R
2001/02   6 Vierde Klasse C454R
2002/03   10 Vierde Klasse C453R
2003/04   11 Vierde Klasse C354R
2004/05   11 Vierde Klasse B364R
2005/06   6 Vierde Klasse C481/16
2006/07   14 Vierde Klasse C333R
2007/08    5Eerste Provinciale452R
2008/09    2Eerste Provinciale721R
2009/10   7 Vierde Klasse C431R
2010/11   12 Vierde Klasse C382R
2011/12   14 Vierde Klasse C272R
2012/13    1Eerste Provinciale612R
2013/14   5 Vierde Klasse C484R

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Defunct
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