Jules Pappaert Cup

Trophy Jules Pappaert or Pappaert cup is a Belgian football trophy since 1953 and is awarded annually to a club in the first, second or third division of the Belgian Pro League with the longest uninterrupted series of unbeaten games.

The award is given by La Dernière Heure / Les Sports and is named after the former footballer Jules Pappaert. During the 1930s, he was Royale Union Saint-Gilloise's captain. In that period, Union was able to achieve a series of 60 unbeaten games. To date, this record still stands.

HonorsEdit

Year Club # Unbeaten games
1953 Standard Liège 15
1954 AA Gent 25
1955 KFC Herentals 14
1956 Royale Union Saint-Gilloise 17
1957 KSV Waregem 17
1958 RFC Tournai 15
1959 Daring CB 19
1960 Standard Liège 16
1961 KFC Turnhout 19
1962 Standard Liège 19
1963 Royal Antwerp F.C. 20
1964 Waterschei SV Thor 20
1965 VV Overpelt 21
1966 KSV Waregem 26
1967 RFC Tournai 20
1968 Boom FC 18
1969 WS Lauwe 14
1970 AS Eupen 19
1971 Standard Liège 18
1972 Club Brugge 21
1973 Waterschei SV Thor 18
1974 Waterschei SV Thor 25
1975 R.W.D.M. 30
1976 Royale Union Saint-Gilloise 23
1977 RSC Anderlecht 18
1978 Club Brugge 18
1979 Racing Jet de Bruxelles 25
1980 RFC Seraing 25
1981 Stade Leuven 20
1982 Sint-Niklase SK 20
Year Club # Unbeaten games
1983 RSC Anderlecht 18
1984 Racing Jet de Bruxelles 17
1985 RSC Anderlecht 33
1986 KV Oostende 16
1987 SK Beveren 25
1988 Sint-Truiden VV 26
1989 FC Zwarte Leeuw 27
1990 KV Mechelen 24
1991 Club Brugge 32
1992 Standard Liège 22
1993 RFC Seraing 33
1994 Patro Eisden 25
1995 Club Brugge 25
1996 KRC Genk 23
1997 Dessel Sport 27
1998 KV Kortrijk 31
1999 RAEC Mons 29
2000 RSC Anderlecht 26
2001 RSC Anderlecht 28
2002 KRC Genk 26
2003 Excelsior Virton 18
2004 RS Waasland 21
2005 Club Brugge 31
2006 KVSK United 42
2007 Standaard Wetteren 24
2008 Standard Liège 31
2009 Lierse SK 19
2010 RCS Visé 30
2011 RSC Anderlecht 24
2012 Moeskroen-Péruwelz 31