Sporting Club de Bruxelles was an ephemeric football club in Belgium that existed only for three years. It was founded in 1894 as Ixelles Sporting Club but the name was changed to Sporting Club de Bruxelles before the first Belgian Championship was held in 1895–96. The club finished 3rd behind F.C. Liégeois and Antwerp FC. However, the club withdrew during the next season and was dissolved.
|Full name||Sporting Club de Bruxelles|
|League||Belgian First Division A|
The team's home colours were blue and black.
- 1894 : Cinquantenaire Park, Brussels
- 1896 : Leopold Park, Brussels
- 1897 : Tir national, Schaerbeek
- 1897 : rue Dailly à Schaerbeek
On 10 January 1897, the team lost 18 – 0 against Racing Club de Bruxelles. This result is the biggest gap between two teams in the Belgian Domestic League.