The Belgian Women's Hockey League is the national women's ice hockey league in Belgium.
Between 1995 and 2000, it was staged as a joint competition with the Netherlands, and called the Low Countries Cup. For the 2000-01 season it was reorganized as a predominantly Belgian competition, but retained one Dutch club (Geleen) and admitted Amiens from France. Geleen won the league during the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons, but Louvain was crowned Belgian champions as the highest-ranked Belgian outfit.
- 2002-03: Geleen (NED) Geleen wins championship, Leuven is Belgian champion
- 2001-02: Geleen (NED) Geleen wins championship, Leuven is Belgian champion
- 2000-01: Leuven
- 1999-00: Liege *
- 1998-99: Turnhout *
- 1997-98: Deurne *
- 1996-97: Valkenburg (NED) *
- 1995-96: Valkenburg (NED) *
An * indicates championship was played as Low Countries Cup.
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