Proximus League
Belgian First Division B
Country Belgium.png Belgium
Confederation UEFA
Founded 2016
Number of teams 8
Promotion to Belgian First Division A
Relegation to Belgian First Amateur Division
Levels on pyramid 2
Domestic cup(s) Belgian Cup
Current champions Beerschot (2019–20)
Website Official website
Football current event 2020–21

The Belgian First Division B (currently officially known as the Proximus League for sponsorship reasons) is the second-highest division in the Belgian football league system, one level below the Belgian First Division A. It was created by the Royal Belgian Football Association in 2016, replacing the Belgian Second Division.


The league was created in 2016 as the successor of the Belgian Second Division following an overhaul of the Belgian football league system which saw the number of professional clubs reduced to 24 and the number of teams at the second level of the football pyramid to 8.

2020–21 members

Matricule Club City First season of
current spell at
second level
Coming from 2019-20 result Stadium Capacity
818 K.M.S.K. Deinze Deinze 2020–21 Belgian First Amateur Division 1st (D1Am) Burgemeester Van de Wiele Stadion 7,515
2554 Lommel SK Lommel 2018–19 Belgian First Amateur Division 6th (D1B) Soevereinstadion 8,000
5479 RWD Molenbeek Molenbeek 2020–21 Belgian First Amateur Division 6th (D1Am) Edmond Machtens Stadium 12,266
167 RFC Seraing Seraing 2020–21 Belgian First Amateur Division 4th (D1Am) Stade du Pairay 14,234
10 Union SG Saint-Gilles, Brussels 2015–16 Belgian Third Division 4th (D1B) Stade Joseph Marien 5,500
4068 Waasland-Beveren Beveren 2020–21 Belgian First Division A 16th (D1A) Freethiel Stadion 8,190
Belgian First Division B 2019–20

Beerschot · Lokeren · Lommel SK · OH Leuven · Roeselare · Union SG · Virton · Westerlo

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Football in Belgium
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Third Division (A, B) List of clubs Belgian League Cup
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