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R. Union Saint-Gilloise is a Belgianmarker football club located in the municipality of Forestmarker, though it is named after the neighbour municipality of Saint-Gilles, Brusselsmarker. It had been in the second division in 2004-05, but was subsequently relegated to third division. Its matricule is the n°10.

History

The club was founded in 1897 and obtained its first of eleven titles as Champion of Belgium in 1904. Until World War II it was a major team in Belgian football, establishing a well-known record in Belgium in the years 1933 to 1935 (they played 60 consecutive games without losing). In the early 1900's the club also had a dominant spell in some of the very first "European" Cup competitions that took place, prior to officially sanctioned UEFA competitions.

After the Second World War, it had a brief spell of European success, playing the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup between 1958 and 1965 (but this cup was not bound with the championship final table), and attaining the semi-finals in the 1958-60 edition after a two legged victory against A.S. Roma. In 1963, the club is relegated to the second division, and even attained the lowest national level in 1980.

Honours

Domestic

European

  • Coupe Ponthoz:
    • Winners (3): 1905, 1906, 1907
    • Runners-up (1): 1904
  • Coupe Dupuich:
    • Winners (1): 1914


Current squad

Famous past players













Notable Players

  • Karim Mokadem


  • Yves Buelinckx
  • Fabian Duquesne
  • Gertjan Martens
  • Davy Peeters
  • Christophe Préseaux
  • David Rimbold


  • Josué Alex Aguie
  • Jules César Oulaï


  • Diowo Wetshi Emongo
  • Benjamin Mokulu Tembe


  • Samuel Dog


  • Stefano Crimi


  • Mehdi Hadraoui


  • Sammy Dehamla


  • Ivan Perez Avial


  • Zachary Zekhnini


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