Anderlecht are the most successful Belgian football club in terms of Belgian titles won as they have won an impressive 32 titles and they also won the 1983 UEFA Cup. They are most notably known for wearing an all purple home kit manufactured by German brand adidas and their away kits is usually an all white design. The current roster of players includes Demy de Zeeuw, Sacha Sljestan, Matias Suarez and Silvio Proto.
Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht known as Anderlecht were founded in 1908, when they were known as Sporting Club Anderlechtois. They play their home games in the 26,000 capacity Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Parc Astrid, Anderlecht in Brussels, Belgium.
Belgium's most successful club Anderlecht complete their 2016/17 kit range by unveiling their smart away shirt. Ready to achieve further success in the upcoming season, kit suppliers adidas have issued Anderlecht with a clean away shirt of pure white which also incorporates classic club feels of [...]
Belgian giants Anderlecht unveil their powerful yet elegant home shirt for 2016/17 which features an enhanced passionate design [...]
Launching their new home kit back in May, Belgian giants Anderlecht have officially revealed their new away strip for the 2015-=16 season. Using a pink away shirt last season, the all new away shirt for the Brussels-based outfit features a highlighted yellow shirt with purple trim applications [...]
Their club badge which is quite ornate has the initials of the original club name SCA within it. The club colours have been worn whilst winning many European and Belgian trophies including the UEFA Cup, European Super Cup, Cup Winners Cup and Belgian League Championship.
Joseph Mermans known as The Bomber he spent much of his career at the Belgian club top scoring in the Belgian Championship on three occasions and winning it seven times. Par Zetterberg who was named player of the year in Belgium twice whilst he was with Anderlecht and spent most of his career there. Belgium international Luc Nilis also appeared in Anderlecht's colours and so did Nigerian Celestine Babayaro before his move to Chelsea and giant Czech centre-forward Jan Koller.