2012–13 Belgian Elite League

The 2012-2013 Belgian Elite League was the 76th season of the Belgian Elite League, the top flight men’s rugby union league in Belgium. The season saw the return of the Liegeois rugby club Coq Mosan, who were relegated to 2nd division after the 2010-2011 season. They managed to evade relegation by beating the rugby club BUC from Evere, who were relegated instead. The Championship was claimed by ASUB Rugby Waterloo who won their first Championship title since 1998.[1]

Rugby competition
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2012–13 Belgian Elite League
Countries  Belgium
Champions ASUB Rugby Waterloo
Runners-up Dendermondse RC
Relegated BUC St Josse
Matches played 59

Location of the 2012-13 Belgian Elite League teams

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Key to colours
     Champions
     Participants in Championship Playoffs
     Bottom team is relegated to Division 2.
2011–12 Belgian Elite League Table
Club Games Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Diff Pts
1 Boitsfort RC 14 12 1 1 527 125 402 50
2 ASUB Waterloo 14 11 1 2 346 180 166 46
3 Kituro RC 14 10 0 4 403 199 204 40
4 Dendermondse RC 14 8 0 6 336 212 124 32
5 RC Frameries 14 5 0 9 225 373 -148 20
6 RC Soignies 14 4 0 10 172 334 -162 16
7 Coq Mosan 14 3 0 11 195 484 -289 12
8 BUC St Josse 14 2 0 12 139 436 -297 8

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