2000–01 in Belgian football

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The 2000-2001 season was the 98th competitive season in Belgian football.

National team[edit]

Belgium began their qualifying campaign for the Football World Cup 2002.

Date Venue Opponents Score* Comp Belgium scorers Match Report
August 16, 2000 Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (A) Bulgaria 3-1 F Gert Verheyen (2), Emile Mpenza www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
September 2, 2000 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Croatia 0–0 WCQ www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
October 7, 2000 Riga (A) Latvia 4–0 WCQ Marc Wilmots, Bob Peeters, Jurgen Cavens, Gert Verheyen www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
February 28, 2001 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) San Marino 10-1 WCQ Yves Vanderhaeghe (2), Emile Mpenza, Bart Goor (2), Walter Baseggio, Marc Wilmots, Bob Peeters (3) www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
March 24, 2001 Hampden Park, Glasgow (A) Scotland 2-2 WCQ Marc Wilmots, Daniel Van Buyten www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
April 25, 2001 Toyota Arena, Prague (A) Czech Republic 1-1 F Emile Mpenza www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
June 2, 2001 King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels (H) Latvia 3-1 WCQ Marc Wilmots, Emile Mpenza, Mihails Zemļinskis (og) www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]
June 6, 2001 Serravalle (A) San Marino 4-1 WCQ Marc Wilmots (2), Gert Verheyen, Wesley Sonck www.footbel.be[permanent dead link]

* Belgium score given first

Key

  • H = Home match
  • A = Away match
  • F = Friendly
  • WCQ = FIFA World Cup 2002 Qualifying, Group 6
  • og = own goal

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner
Jupiler League Anderlecht
Cup Westerlo
Supercup Anderlecht
Second division Lommel
Third division A Ronse
Third division B Virton

References[edit]