Belgian Women's First Division
|Number of teams||14|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Super League|
|Relegation to||Belgian Women's Second Division|
|Domestic cup(s)||Belgian Women's Cup|
|Most championships||Standard de Liege (15)|
The league was the top level league until 2011–12. It was first played in 1973–74. From 2012 to 2013 to 2014–16 Belgium's best teams play in the joint league with the best Dutch teams in the BeNe League. The champion of the league qualified for the UEFA Women's Champions League.
For the season 2014–15, 14 teams participate, playing a double round-robin schedule to decide the champion. The bottom team is relegated to the Belgian Women's Second Division, the 3rd level. The 13th-placed team played a relegation match against the 2nd-placed team of the second division.
The winners of the first division were Belgian champions until 2012 when the league was superseded by the BeNe League. The first two seasons featured local competitions, at the end of the season the winners played for the championship.
League winners since 2013Edit
Winners of the First Division as a second level league.
- 2012/13: DVC Eva's Tienen
- 2013/14: DVC Eva's Tienen
- 2014/15: DVC Eva's Tienen
- 2015/16: Standard Liège II
- 2016/17: AA Gent II
Listed are the number of championships from 1972 to 2012.
|15||Standard de Liège (incl. St-Nicolas FC Liège)|
Sint-Truidense VV (incl. KFC Rapide Wezemaal)
|4||RSC Anderlecht (incl. Brüssel D. 71)|
RWD Herentals (incl. Sefa Dames Herentals)
- "Landskampioenen (Dames)". footbel.be. 2010. Retrieved 9 July 2010.
- "Belgium – List of Women Champions". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 2 June 2010. Archived from the original on 23 July 2010. Retrieved 13 June 2010.
- "Standard Fémina de Liège is kampioen bij de vrouwen" (in Dutch). KBVB. 2 May 2011. Retrieved 30 April 2012.
- soccerway.com, Standings, results and fixtures