K. Patro Eisden Maasmechelen

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Maasmechelen
Patro mm.png
Full name Koninklijke Patro
Eisden Maasmechelen
Nickname(s) -
Founded 1935
1942 (registration)
Ground Patrostadion,
Maasmechelen
Ground Capacity 9.600
Chairman Robert Stevens
Manager Norbert Breuls
League Belgian Second Division
2013–14 Belgian Third Division, 4th (promoted)

K. Patro Eisden Maasmechelen is a Belgian football club, from the municipality of Maasmechelen in Limburg (Belgium).

When it was created, the club name was V.V. Patro Eisden until 1992 when they changed to K. Patro Eisden. In 1998, it changed to K. Maasland Maasmechelen trying to gather supporters from the whole Maasland region. Though, in 2001 they adopted the current name after they signed a deal with Roda JC.

The club finished 17th in the 2004-05 second division season but were relegated as they did not receive the professional football license. It was suggested that it should play in the promotion (and even in provincial leagues) as they were both sportively (17th) and financially (no license) relegated but the Belgian Football Association finally decided they must play in the third division for the 2005-06 season. The FA changed the decision eventually. Following this, the club changed its name again to K. Patro Eisden Maasmechelen starting on the 2005-06 season in the fourth division.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Belgium GK Kevin Debaty
Belgium GK Tom Grootaers
Belgium DF Samir Bouhriss
Netherlands DF Aron Gielen
Belgium DF Koen Hustinx
Belgium DF Ruben Janssen
Netherlands DF Sam Nijpels
Belgium MF Marco Battista
Belgium MF Kristof Conings
Belgium MF Maxim Geurden
Belgium MF Sebastien Gonzatti
No. Position Player
Belgium MF Davy Sroka
Belgium MF Martijn Stefani
Belgium MF Yannick Vangeneugden
Belgium MF Joeri Vastmans
Belgium FW Alessio Allegria
Belgium FW Arif Avci
Belgium FW Bekir Car
Belgium FW Manuel De Castris
Belgium FW Michael La Rosa
Belgium FW Christophe Martin Suarez
Netherlands FW Michael Tambak

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