Red Star Brussels/Season 73
|Red Star Brussels during season 71|
|Team Name||SVV Red Star Brussels|
|Belgian Cup||2nd round|
|Ruby Cup||2nd round|
|Topscorer||Tim Grauls (14)|
|Prev/Next||Season 70 Season 72|
Belgian Season 57, or Global Season 70, was the twenty-ninth full season in which Red Star Brussels participated, and the eigth after the new start of the team. They played in League V.176.
The Red Star Brussels stadium, the Leon Trotski Arena, was not enlarged, and continued to hold 62.000 places.
Change of shirts
Red Star Brussels continued with the fifth of a six-season series of special edition shirts that commemorate shirts worn by the favourite teams of manager Lunacharsky, each in a setting referring to a special period in those teams' history. In season 70, they used the shirts Royal Antwerp FC used in the season 2017-18; the first year they played again in first division after years in lower divisions.
The ambition of the team was again to remain in fifth division, preferably without having to play a qualification game.
In the Belgium Cup, Red Star won their first two cup games, but lost in the third round against KVK Strike. The team then played two more rounds in the Sapphire Cup, until they were eliminated in the second round by vbsp.
Red Star Brussels continued to develop their homegrown team strategy, specifically by training midfielders. Central Midfielders Axel Clauwaert, Vic Clauwaerts and Didier Joliot and wingers Marnix Viatour and Chris Gilbert became the team's first team players, with Artaxerxis Ntrasenas, Tony Desplanque, Gatien Crombez, Pierre-Henri Coupry training as defenders or wingbacks. It was expected that Franco Medrino, Jeroen Vloerberghen, Volkert Moens, Frederik Graetz and Gerwoud Gournay would be promoted from the youth to take up a future role in the first team this season.
Final Group Table
|FC de leute||14||10||2||2||51||18||33||32|
|SVV Red Star Brussels||14||8||4||2||47||18||29||28|
RSB Top 5 Scorers (Official Games)
Man of the Match (official Games)
Season 72 was the twenty-third season Red Star Brussels played in the Belgium cup. The team didn't have specific ambitions this season. They reached the second round of the Belgium Cup, and the second of the Sapphire Cup.
|1||Away||K.V. OOSTENDE23||0 - 10|
|2||Away||Kanniemeenigstan||5 - 2|
|1||Away||juvefcstadium||1 - 6|
|2||Away||Fc Elentrik||3 - 5|
|3||Away||Wat Cats||1 - 3|
|4||Home||FC Artevelde boys||3 - 0|
|5||Home||the blackhearts||0 - 2|
Note: only official matches are considered.
|Biggest Home Win||01-09-2019||Red Star Brussels - Stitch FC||V.176||11 - 0|
|Biggest Away Win||03-07-2019||K.V. OOSTENDE23 - Red Star Brussels||Cup||0 - 10|
|Biggest Home Loss||14-08-2019||Red Star Brussels - the blackhearts||Cup||0 - 2|
|Biggest Away Loss||10-07-2019||Kanniemeenigstan - Red Star Brussels||V.176||5 - 2|
|Most goals in a match (by RSB)||01-09-2019||Red Star Brussels - Stitch FC||V.176||11 - 0|
|Most goals in a match (total)||01-09-2019||Red Star Brussels - Stitch FC||V.176||11 - 0|
|Largest home attendance||06-10-2019||Red Star Brussels - RUSAS Gembloux||V.176||62 807|
|Lowest home attendance||07-08-2019||Red Star Brussels - FC Artevelde boys||Cup||16 157|
|Largest transfer in||tbd||tbd||tbd||tbd|
|Largest transfer out||09-10-2019||Juha Vandyck||N/A||81 600€|
Trainer: Tobias Descher
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