Red Star Brussels/Season 45

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Season 45
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Red Star Brussels Logo during season 45
Team Name SVV Red Star Brussels
Competition VI.449 Belgium
Finished 3th
Belgian Cup Round 4
End Ranking 4 895
Topscorer Colombia Leonardo Rubén Tasca 9
Trainer España José Alejandro Montes de Oca
Kits HomeRSB46home.pngAwayRSB46away.png

Belgian Season 32, or Global Season 45, was the sixth full season in which Red Star Brussels participated, and the fifth in which they participated as Red Star Brussels (before, they used to be known as Red Star Gent). It's also their third season in League VI.449.

Season Synopsis[edit]

Name[edit]

The team continued with his name Red Star Brussels, or the official name SVV Red Star Brussels.

Stadium[edit]

The Red Star Brussels stadium, the Leon Trotski Stadium, had 50 000 seats at the beginning of the season, and was not upgraded.

Season Summary[edit]

The team started the season with a new sponsor, YFPB, the national oil and gas company of Bolivia. Part of the deal was that RSB would be taking care of the formation of three Bolivian players, which they did (Procopio Fortún, Andrew Rosas and Silverio Condori). Also, it was agreed upon that a promotion to 5th division would have to be possible in 3 seasons from here, including this one. A top-3 position was fixed for this season as the goal for RSB.

Because of a loss against Black Dragonteam on the first matchday, and two draws against PZN and Biefje in the weeks that followed, RSB was forced into a follower's position throughout the season. They were able to do better in the later stages of the seasons, but failed to win the decisive games in the season: the return game against PZN was lost 2-1, thus blowing RSB's last chance on the title. A 4-2 win against Black Dragonteam on the last matchday of the season secured the third position in the league.

The cup run was equally succesfull as the one two seasons before, and RSB could obtain the fourth round of the cup. In that round, they were eliminated by fifth division team de dry boeren.

Season Statistics[edit]

Group Table and Fixtures[edit]

Team Played W D L GF GA GD Pts
PZN 14 11 2 1 51 8 +43 35
Black dragonteam 14 10 1 3 50 8 +42 31
Red Star Brussels 14 6 3 3 54 12 +42 27
De hel van de Meyl 14 8 2 4 32 16 +16 26
Biefje 14 7 4 3 42 10 +32 25
wortelsoep 14 3 1 10 30 34 -4 10
FC Hoblogins 14 2 1 11 16 80 -64 7
FC WICOM 14 0 0 14 5 112 -107 0

Cups[edit]

Belgian Cup[edit]

Season 43 was the second season Red Star Brussels played in the Belgium cup. They arrived untill round 4.

Round Ground Other Team Score
1 Away les lions indomptables 0 - 10
2 Away Rsjoeters 1 - 2
3 Home baneux 3 - 0
3 Home de dry boeren 1 - 4

Records[edit]

Note: only official matches are considered.

Record Date Name Competition Result
Biggest Home Win 03-04-2011 Red Star Brussels - groenzwart VI.449 9 - 0
Biggest Away Win 29-05-2011 FC Hoblogins - Red Star Brussels VI.449 0 - 11
Biggest Home Loss 13-04-2011 Red Star Brussels - de dry boeren VI.449 1 - 4
Biggest Away Loss 01-05-2010 De Hel van de Meyl - Red Star Brussels VI.449 1 - 0
Most goals in a match (by RSB) 29-05-2011 FC Hoblogins - Red Star Brussels VI.449 11 (0-11)
Most goals in a match (total) 29-05-2011 FC Hoblogins - Red Star Brussels VI.449 11 (0-11)
Largest home attendance 26-06-2011 Red Star Brussels - FC Hoblogins VI.449 26 885
Lowest home attendance 26-12-2011 Red Star Brussels - Black dragonteam VI.449 25 524
Largest transfer in 24-04-2011 Belgium Frédric Morisse nvt 3 500 000€
Largest transfer out 21-04-2011 Belgium Friedhelm Volkhoven nvt 6 137 000€



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See Also
Red Star Brussels - Lunacharsky - Rode Ster Paramaribo - Red Star Tunis