Former cycling champion Patrick Sercu has died at the age of 74 years, his son, Christophe, announced on Friday.
RSC Anderlecht on Wednesday refused a fine of 4,000 euros set by the prosecutor of the Belgian football union, URBSFA, for discriminatory chants by supporters at its match against Bruges (2-3) on the 4th of April, the dhnet.be website revealed.
Security will be tightened up on Sunday for RSC Anderlecht’s home game against KAA Gent.

Cyclists say big money is for football

Thursday, 11 April 2019 11:57
One cyclist in five earns less than 2,000 euros per month in Belgium, according to a survey commissioned by Sporta (sports union) and relayed today in the Het Nieuwsblad.
Belgium’s bobsled and skeleton federation is organising trials on Wednesday 24 April at the Catholic University of Leuven (KULeuven) for prospective members of the Belgian Bullets team, federation CEO Geert Vanvaerenbergh told Belga news agency on Monday.
The open-air athletics season starts this weekend, with four Belgians already assured of a slot in its flagship event, the 17th World Championships in Athletics, to be held in Doha from 27 September to 6 October.
The Belgian Olympic Inter-federal Committee (COIB) plans to hold December’s pre-Olympic training in Belek (Turkey) and not in Lanzarote (Spain), COIB’s CEO Philippe Vander Putten explained on Tuesday at the hearing with the Sports Commission of Wallonia-Brussels Federation Parliament.

Stay of execution for King Baudouin Stadium

Wednesday, 20 March 2019 14:14
The promised demolition of the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels will not now take place as planned, after an agreement was reached by the Belgian football union and the organisers of the Memorial Van Damme athletics meeting.
Belgium’s Pro League on Tuesday appealed to fans not to set off firecrackers and other pyrotechnic devices in stadiums.
Johan Walem’s 'Espoirs' are preparing for the final stage of the Euro U21 tournament.