K.V.V. Belgica Edegem Sport

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K.V.V. Belgica Edegem Sport
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K.V.V. Belgica Edegem Sport is a Belgian association football club from the municipality of Edegem in the suburb of Antwerp. It is currently playing in the first division of the regional league of the Antwerp province.


It was founded in 1908 as Sporting F.C. Belgica and it registered to the Belgian Football Association in 1910 to receive the matricule n°375. Between 1914 and 1924 the football team from this sports club was not active. At its come-back the club changed its name to Belgica F.C. Edegem. In 1930 Belgica played its first season in the second division. In its third season at that level, the club won its league and thus played in the first division from 1933, finishing 12th on 14. The next season the club was 14th and then played in the second division until World War II. The club had meanwhile changed its name in 1936 to K.F.C. Belgica Edegem.

After World War II, the club played at lower levels in the Belgian football league system. It merged with K.V.V. Edegem Sport in 1967 to become K.V.V. Belgica Edegem Sport.

Current squad[edit]

As of Sat 14 Feb 2009

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 Elio Slootmaeckers
Belgium GK Bram Van Hoeck
Belgium GK Frank Welander
Belgium DF Bram De Haes
Belgium DF Birger De Geeter
Belgium DF Dave Peeters
Belgium DF Hans D'Hondt
Belgium DF Dimitry Andries
Belgium DF Nick De Haes
Belgium MF Wim De Vries
Belgium MF Amar Zouggaghi
Belgium MF Dennis Leonidas
Belgium MF Emre Gunes
Belgium MF Bayram Degirmenci
Belgium MF Karim Tallal
Belgium MF Phillippe Van De Perre
Belgium MF Hans Abderrahman
Belgium MF Dries Bouquillon
No. Position Player
Belgium MF Nourri El Yahiaoui
Belgium MF Yorgo Van Hoof
Belgium FW Mirko Gajanovic
Belgium FW Oli Busquin
Belgium FW Yassin Markai
Belgium FW David Wahab
Sweden FW Sven Karlberger
Spain Miguel Orueta
Belgium Jarrid Janssen
Netherlands Fahri Kok
Belgium Gary Van den Bosch
Belgium Glenn Nys
Belgium Stijn Pluym
Serbia Damir Petrovic
Belgium Tim Janssens
Belgium Christophe Proost
Belgium Joris Sprengers

Coaching staff[edit]

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