The club started off in the Fourth Division. S.C. Hasselt ended second and was promoted to the Third Division. In 1977 S.C. Hasselt won its series and moved up to Second Division. The club played in First Division during the 1979/1980 season, but ended last and demoted to Second Division again the next season. Hasselt managed to stay in Second Division until 1989. In 1996 S.C. Hasselt was degraded to Fourth Division. Two seasons later, the club was demoted to the Provincial Leagues.

26/05/2016 The new Nike European logistics center in Laakdal has been opened 

2016/01/28 Le Toison d'Or has been nominated as finalist for the Mipim awards 2016

The Belview building located at the European District was awarded the Mixed-Use development of the year 2014 award

2016/03/18 Paradis Express in Liège is awarded 1st prize for the best futura project at Mipim 2016

September 2015 : The new Artisis University Campus in Antwerp opens its doors.

In 1964 Excelsior FC Hasselt merged with Hasseltse VV. Hasseltse VV was founded in 1916 and used number 65. The new fusion-club was named Sporting Club Hasselt, which continued to play with number 37. Club colors became green, white and blue.

The new Deloitte Headquarters at Brussels Airport are under construction

Architectural competition for the new administrative center and city hall for Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam

The new KPMG Headquarters are to be located at Brussels Airport

Mixed-use urban regeneration located at the Vaartkom in Leuven

Architectural competition winner for the new city hall of Hasselt

The recently completed Liège Paradis Tower provides new housing for the SFP Finances

The new GDF-Suez Headquarters have been taken into use

2016/05/12 The 220m high Warsaw Spire in Poland has oficially been opened

17th October 2015 : The new Belfius Art Gallery opens its doors to the public

De grote winkelstraten Demerstraat, Kapelstraat en Aldestraat met mooie boetieks, parfumerieën, schoenwinkels en dergelijke liggen allen op een steenworp verwijderd.

Koninklijke Sporting Club Hasselt was a former Belgian football club. The matricule n°37 was erased in 2001 after the merge with K.S.K. Kermt to become K.S.K. Kermt-Hasselt. The club played one season in the first division in 1979-80.

Royal Excelsior FC Hasselt degraded to Third Division in 1951 and continued to drop next season. A new division was added to the Belgian football league in 1952. Hasselt played in Fourth Division until 1955, when the club demoted again to First Provincial League. It won promotion back to the Fourth Division after two seasons in the Provincial League.

2016/05/27 The official opening of the new Barco One Campus HQ in Kortrijk takes placeView press release 

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KBC-Arteveldetoren housing the new regional HQ for KBC Bank

The season that they were playing in the first division, they were playing with Dutch players Peter Ressel and Horst Blankenburg, who played for the national team. Some other well known players played in Hasselt: former coach of the Belgian national team René Vandereycken. Also played in Hasselt: father of Stijn Stijnen: Jean-Pierre Stijnen.


In 2001 K.S.C. Hasselt merged with KSK Kermt (number 3245). The fusion-club continued as KS Kermt-Hasselt with number 3245 and used the accommodation in Kermt. The club name changed to KSK Hasselt in 2003 when KS Kermt-Hasselt returned to Hasselt.

New maintenance terminal at Brussels Airport capable of housing a Boeing 878 Dreamliner

Architectural competition winner for the new City Hall, administrative center and adjoining residential facilities for the City of Etterbeek

The Embassy of Qatar wins the FEBE Outstanding Precast Award 2014