RFC Sankt-Vith

Another predominantly German speaking club in Belgium.

The club was founded in 1924 as the outgrowth of a gymnastics club. They received an official football charter from the Belgian Federation in 1932. Most of the early players and supporters were railway workers, as St.Vith was a major rail center.

Today, RFC can usually be found somewhere in the 2nd Provincial class. In 1981, they made the 1st Provincial Division, Liege (Lüttich), which lasted a single season.

Full Name
City St.Vith (BELGIUM). Pop: 3,146 (2004) for the town itself, but the municipality has some 14,000.
Address Am Herrenbrühl 35, B-4780 St.Vith BELGIUM
Phone: 00 32 (0)80 280281
Colors Black jersey with red crest, black shorts, black socks.
Stadium Sportplatz Rodter Straße Built in 1992.
Supporters RFC Ultras! And they even have a website
Heroes Robert Löhrer scored some 316 goals in 313 games. He died in 1993.
Beer There is a Beer Museum in the village of Rodt, with 3,000 bottles and it's own special brew.
Grub and Pub Snack bar at the field. Plus the Skihütte/Biermuseum Rodt...
The Net The official site http://www.indigoweb.be/rfc/ is online.

(c) Abseits Guide to Germany