K.A.S. Eupen

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Eupen
K.A.S Eupen Club Crest
Full name Königliche Allgemeine Sportvereinigung Eupen
Nickname(s) Pandas
Founded 1945
Ground Kehrwegstadion,
Eupen
Ground Capacity 8,363
Owner ASPIRE Zone Foundation
Chairman Dieter Steffens
Manager Jordi Condom Aulí
League Belgian First Division
2015–16 Belgian Second Division, 2nd (promoted)
Website Club home page

Königliche Allgemeine Sportvereinigung Eupen (often simply known as Eupen) is a Belgian association football club based in the city of Eupen in the German-speaking Community of Belgium, in the province of Liège. They first reached the Belgian Pro League in the 2010–11 season and gained another promotion to the first division in the 2016–17 season. Eupen was founded in 1945. They play their home matches at the Kehrwegstadion.

Since June 2012, the club is owned by Qatar and its Aspire Zone Foundation, who also owns Paris Saint-Germain. Aspire Academy announced their intent use the club as a launching pad into European football for its academy graduates from Africa, South America and Asia.[1]

Current squad[edit]

As of 2 February, 2017. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Belgium GK Hendrik Van Crombrugge
2 Mali DF Ibrahim Diallo
3 Qatar DF Fahad Al-Abdulrahman
5 Senegal DF Diawandou Diagne
6 Cameroon DF Raoul Kenne
7 France MF Jean-Luc Dompé (on loan from Standard Liège)
8 Ivory Coast MF Jean Thierry Lazare
9 Venezuela FW Jeffrén Suárez
10 Spain FW Luis García
11 Nigeria MF Anthony Bassey
13 Belgium FW Damien Mouchamps
15 Senegal DF Moussa Wagué
17 South Africa MF Phakamani Mngadi
18 Belgium MF Guy Dufour
No. Position Player
19 Belgium MF Christian Brüls
20 Senegal FW Mamadou Sylla (on loan from Espanyol)
21 Nigeria FW Henry Onyekuru
22 Belgium DF Siebe Blondelle
23 Mali MF Abdoulaye Sanogo
24 Ivory Coast DF Silas Gnaka
25 Nigeria FW Odeni George
27 South Africa DF Ntuthuko Radebe
28 Ghana FW Eric Ocansey
30 Senegal GK Babacar Niasse
42 Germany DF Peter Hackenberg
77 Belgium GK Joseph Biersard
91 Spain FW Cases
92 Belgium DF Nicolas Timmermans


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