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Established
1908 (111 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Constant Vanden Stock
(28,063 Capacity)

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Belgian Jupiler League

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Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht, usually known as Anderlecht (Dutch pronunciation: , French pronunciation: ​, German: ) or RSCA (Dutch pronunciation: , French pronunciation: ​, German: ), is a Belgian professional football club based in Anderlecht, Brussels. Anderlecht plays in the Belgian Pro League and is the most successful Belgian football team in European competitions, with five trophies, as well as in the Belgian Pro League, with 33 championship wins. They have also won nine Belgian Cups and hold the record for most consecutive Belgian championship titles, winning five between the 1963–64 and 1967–68 seasons.

Founded in 1908, the club first reached the highest level in Belgian football in 1921–22 and have been playing in the first division continuously since 1935–36. They won their first major trophy after World War II with a championship win in 1946–47. Since then, they have never finished outside the top six of the Belgian first division. They are ranked 12th amongst all-time UEFA club competition winners, tenth in the IFFHS continental Clubs of the 20th Century European ranking and were 41st in the 2012 UEFA team rankings. In 1986, they achieved their best UEFA ranking with a joint first place with Juventus

Anderlecht have been playing their matches in the Astrid Park in the municipality of Anderlecht since 1917. Their current stadium, Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, was first opened in 1983, and replaced the former Emile Versé Stadium. They play in purple and white outfits. They have long-standing rivalries with Club Brugge and Standard Liège and previously with FC Brussels.

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Frank
Acheampong



Oswal
Alvarez



Dennis
Appiah



Zakaria
Bakkali



Samuel
Bastien



Anthony
Vanden


Samy
Bourard



Massimo
Bruno



Diego
Capel



Ibrahima
Conte



Gohi
Cyriac



Leander
Dendoncker



Olivier
Deschacht



Matthys
Herve



Michael
Heylen



Nathan
Kabasele



Thomas
Kaminski



Andy
Kawaya



Vincent
Kompany


Nicaise
Mulopo


Marko
Marin



Knowledge
Musona



Fabrice
N'Sakala



Andy
Najar



Wigor
Alan


Henry
Onyekuru



Sylvio
Proto



Davy
Roef



Matias
Suarez



Mehdi
Tarfi



Ronald
Vargas



Demy
De

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Stadium or Home

Constant Vanden Stock Stadium (French: Stade Constant Vanden Stock, Dutch: Constant Vanden Stockstadion ) is a football stadium in the municipality of Anderlecht, Brussels. It is home to R.S.C. Anderlecht. It also hosted the UEFA Euro 1972 semifinal Hungary against Soviet Union, as well as several games of the Belgium national football team.

It was in 1917 that R.S.C. Anderlecht installed, on the border of the Meir Park (later renamed Astrid Park), a new stadium with only one wooden stand. They called it Émile Versé Stadium, in the name of a generous patron. Later, concrete stands were set up. Though, in 1983, the stadium was completely rebuilt and took the name of the club's then chairman Constant Vanden Stock. Its capacity was decreased to 28,063, with 6,900 standing places behind the goals and 21,163 seated places (1,583 of which in business seats and 406 in V.I.P. boxes). During European competitions, the stadium is all-seated, which decreases its capacity. In 2010 the son of Constant Vanden Stock, Roger, announced together with RSC Anderlecht's manager Herman Van Holsbeeck that the club was going to build a third ring above the two existing in order to increase the stadium's capacity to 30,000 places. These works should be completely finished in 2013. In summer 2012, rail seats for safe standing were fitted on the terracing behind each goal.

The stadium address is Avenue Théo Verbeecklaan 2, B-1070 Anderlecht. It is located near Saint-Guidon/Sint-Guido metro station. Rival supporters must stop at Aumale metro station for UEFA Champions League matches due to security measures. The stadium hosts a former one-star restaurant (Le Saint-Guidon) and a cafeteria, as well as the official club fanshop and the ticketing.

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