After a successful first season and a sixth place in the Challenger Pro League, the RSCA Futures are about to start their second season in the second division. Led by a new generation of players (including Tristan Degreef, Anas Tajaouart and Luca Monticelli), the Neerpedeboys will be keen to do at least as well as they did in the 2022/23 season.
The Challenger Pro League now has a new format. 16 teams (including four U23 teams) now make up the division. You can find out more about the Challenger Pro League format here. New head coach Marink Reedijk's players kick off their season against K. Beerschot V.A. at home.
The first two home games will be played at the Lotto Park. Afterwards, they will be played either at the Heysel or at the Lotto Park. Season ticket holders and under-23s can attend these home games for free. If you are interested, head over to ticketing.rsca.be and put a ticket in your basket. Then select the discount that applies to you. Individual tickets are also available.
As a season ticket holder you can attend the home games of the RSCA Futures, in the Lotto Park or in the Koning Boudewijnstadion, for free. Head over to ticketing.rsca.be to book a free ticket for the match of your choice.
Keep in mind that the stadium will not be available in its entirety for the RSCA Futures' matches, so you will not necessarily be seated in the place of your season ticket.
Not a season ticket holder and over 23?
The normal ticket price is €15. Tickets available via ticketing.rsca.be. Here you will find all the info if you are purchasing tickets for an RSCA match at the Lotto Park for the first time