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Antwerp (Municipality, Province of Antwerp, Belgium): Korfball clubs

Last modified: 2009-10-02 by ivan sache
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Royal Scaldis Sporting Club

[Flag of RSSC]

RSSC supporters' flag - Image by Ivan Sache, 12 May 2009

Founded in 1920, RSSC is the oldest korfball club in Belgium.

The club's flag is orange with a blue border, a Royal crown, the club's name "ROYAL SCALDIS S.C.", "KORFBAL" in blue letters. The club's badge is placed in the lower left corner of the flag, while "1920", in blue, is placed in the lower right corner of the flag.
The club's supporters use flags vertically divided blue-orange. A variant of the flag has "SCALDIS" counter-coloured, the "L" spreading over the two stripes.

Ivan Sache, 12 May 2009


Founded on 24 April 1968, Sikopi (Sint Anna Korfbal Pioniers) became one of the leading Belgian clubs in the 1980s, winning several national titles (indoors, 1983, 1985, 1990 and 1999; outdoors, 1989) and Belgian cups (1984, 1990, 1991). In 1991, Sikopi was the first Belgian club to win the European Champions' Cup (indoors).

The flag of Sikopi is red with a blue triangle in the middle, charged with a korf (yellow, on a white pole) and a white ball, surmonting "SIKOPI" in white too. "1968" is written in white letters in the upper left part of the flag, while "SIKOPI VZW / ANTWERPEN" is its counterpart in the right part of the flag.

Ivan Sache, 12 May 2009