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Jupiler Pro League calendar: a clash for Standard and Brugge, Anderlecht will start their season against Oostende

The 2022-2023 season of the Belgian football championship will start on July 22 with a poster between Standard and La Gantoise (8:45 p.m.), according to the calendar for the new Jupiler Pro League season unveiled on Wednesday by the Pro League. The defending champion, Club Brugge, will host Genk on this first day.

The 2022-2023 calendar is turned upside down by the World Cup in Qatar. Scheduled from November 21 to December 18, the 2022 World Cup is forcing national competitions into a long winter break.

The first day will take place on the weekend of July 22-23-34 before a first break in mid-November for the World Cup. The season will then resume at the end of December before a short winter break. The 2022-2023 fiscal year should end in early June.

The 2022-2023 season will be the last with 18 clubs in D1A, before a return to 16 in 2023-2024, which means that three teams will switch to the Challenger Pro League at the end of the season.

The Pro League also gives several other big posters: “The first Super Sunday will take place during the weekend of November 4, with the match KRC Genk – Sporting Charleroi, the Battle of Flanders between KAA Gent and Club Brugge and the between Royal Antwerp FC and RSC Anderlecht. Until then, we can prepare with many derbies: R. Union SG – RSC Anderlecht (August 28), Club Brugge – Cercle Brugge and KRC Genk – STVV (matchday 7 ), Sporting Charleroi – Standard de Liège (matchday 11) and KV Kortrijk – Zulte Waregem (matchday 12).”

Note that the first Clasico between Standard and Anderlecht will be played on matchday 14.

To see the full schedule, click here!

Here are the first five days:

First day : 22/7 20:45 Standard – La Gantoise 23/7 16h Charleroi – Eupen 23/7 18:15 KV Courtrai – OHL 23/7 18:15 Zulte Waregem – Seraing 23/7 20:45 STVV – Union 24/7 13h30 Club Bruges – KRC Genk 24/7 16h KV Malines – Antwerp 24/7 18h30 Anderlecht – KV Ostende 24/7 21h Westerlo – Cercle Bruges

Second day : 29/7 20h45 Union – Charleroi 30/7 16h Cercle Bruges – Anderlecht 30/7 18h15 OHL – Westerlo 30/7 18h15 KV Oostende – KV Malines 30/7 20h45 La Gantoise- STVV 31/7 13h30 KRC Genk-Standard 31/7 16h Eupen-Club Bruges 31/7 18h30 Seraing – KV Courtrai 31/7 21h Antwerp – Zulte Waregem

Third day: 5/8 20:45 Club Bruges – Zulte Waregem 6/8 16h KRC Genk – Eupen 6/8 18:15 KV Courtrai – STVV 6/8 16:15 Charleroi – KV Ostende 6/8 20h45 KV Malines – Union 7/8 13h30 Standard – Cercle Bruges 7/8 16h La Gantoise – Westerlo 7/8 18:30 Anderlecht – Seraing 7/8 21h Antwerp – OHL

Fourth day: 12/8 20:45 KV Ostende – La Gantoise 13/8 16h Westerlo – Standard 13/8 18h15 Seraing – Charleroi 13/8 18h15 Cercle Bruges – KV Malines 13/8 20h45 Union – KV Courtrai 13/8 13h30 STVV – Anderlecht 14 /8 16h Eupen – Antwerp 14/8 18h30 OHL – Club Bruges 14/8 21h Zulte Waregem – KRC Genk

Fifth day: 19/8 20:45 Eupen – Seraing 20/8 16h KV Ostende – STVV 20/8 18h15 KRC Genk – Cercle Bruges 20/8 20:45 Antwerp – Union 21/8 13:30 Club Bruges – KV Courtrai 21/8 16h Zulte Waregem – Charleroi 21/8 18:30 Standard – OHL 21/8 21h KV Malines – Westerlo / Anderlecht – La Gantoise reporté

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