Belgian Remunerated Football License
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Belgian Remunerated Football License

The Belgian remunerated football license is a license giving permission to a Belgian football club to play in the Belgian First Amateur Division. It is delivered by the Belgian Football Association. To play at the professional level, a club must obtain the Belgian professional football license. As a result, any club willing to promote must apply for such a license in the year they believe to be achieving promotion.


To get the license, a club must, among other things,

  • have at least 15 non-amateur players;
  • have a light system giving a luminosity of at least 400 lux at the start of its second season in the division if it plays in the evening;
  • have a pitch length between 100 and 110 meters and width between 60 and 75 meters;
  • have a stadium capacity of at least 3,000 with a minimum of 750 seats.

A club that does not get its license is relegated to (or remains in) the Belgian Second Amateur Division. Furthermore; if it failed to get its license due to economic reasons, it starts the competition with a handicap of 3 points (or 1 point per period), except if it did not ask for a license.

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