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ABOUT LOTTO SUPER LEAGUE
Highest league of women's football in Belgium
1973-2012 as Belgian Women's First Division: The top league until 2011–12, now Belgian Women's First Division is the second highest women's league.
2012-2015 as BeNe League: A joint league for Belgium and the Netherlands
2015-present as Super League
League sponsor: Scooore / Lotto
Current champion 2022/23: RSC Anderlecht (6th title)
Most championships: Standard de Liège (20 titles - incl. 1 as St-Nicolas FC Liège)
2023/24 Regular season dates: 25 August - 9 March
The championship consists of a "regular" competition of 18 matchdays. Two more Play-offs will follow after this regular season .
- Play-off 1 is played between No.1 to No.6 in the final standings of the regular championship.
- Play-off 2 is played between the No.7 to No.10 in the final standings of the regular championship.
* In Play-off 1, the six teams play a competition of ten games, five away, five at home. The number of points obtained after the regular competition is halved, possibly rounded up by half a point.
* In Play-off 2 , the five teams (7th to 10th) play a competition of eight games. Here too, the points achieved from the regular competition are first halved, possibly rounded up by half a point.
UEFA Women's Champions League Qualification: The league champions
Photo source: Facebook @scoooresuperleague