|Championship of Belgium (1987–1994)|
|1999||Luxembourg Red Lions|
|Belgian Bowl (from 1995)|
|1995||Belgian Bowl VIII||Tournai Cardinals||34 - 12||Brussels Raiders|
|1996||Belgian Bowl IX||Tournai Cardinals||13 - 6||Brussels Angels|
|1997||Belgian Bowl X||Tournai Cardinals||98 - 7||Brussels Angels|
|1998||Belgian Bowl XI||Tournai Cardinals||16 - 3||Brussels Angels|
|1999||Belgian Bowl XII||Antwerp Diamonds||41 - 6||Izeghem Redskins|
|2000||Belgian Bowl XIII||Izeghem Redskins||28 - 0||Charleroi Cougars|
|2001||Belgian Bowl XIV||Izeghem Redskins||22 - 0||Brussels Tigers|
|2002||Belgian Bowl XV||Brussels Tigers||24 - 14||Antwerp Diamonds|
|2003||Belgian Bowl XVI||Brussels Black Angels||Disqualified||Antwerp Diamonds|
|2004||Belgian Bowl XVII||Antwerp Diamonds||12 - 0||Leuven Lions|
|2005||Belgian Bowl XVIII||Antwerp Diamonds||13 - 2||Brussels Black Angels|
|2006||Belgian Bowl XIX||West Flanders Tribes||23 - 14||Tournai Phoenix|
|2007||Belgian Bowl XX||West Flanders Tribes||35 - 13||Brussels Black Angels|
|2008||Belgian Bowl XXI||West Flanders Tribes||25 - 20||Brussels Black Angels|
|2009||Belgian Bowl XXII||West Flanders Tribes||12 - 0||Tournai Phoenix|
|2010||Belgian Bowl XXIII||West Flanders Tribes||36 - 06||Brussels Tigers|
|2011||Belgian Bowl XXIV||West Flanders Tribes||20-14||Brussels Black Angels|
|2012||Belgian Bowl XXV||Brussels Tigers||46-06||Antwerp Diamonds|
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