K. Patro Eisden Maasmechelen

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Full name Koninklijke Patro
Eisden Maasmechelen
Nickname(s)  –
Founded 1935
1942 (registration)
Ground Patrostadion,
Ground Capacity 9.600
Chairman Wayne Woo
Manager Danny Boffin
League Belgian First Amateur Division
2015–16 15th (relegated)
Website Club website

Koninklijke Patro Eisden Maasmechelen is a Belgian football club from the municipality of Maasmechelen in Limburg.

The original 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. 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 they 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
1 Belgium GK Lars Knipping
2 England DF Lloyd Andrew Bannister
3 Belgium DF Ruben Janssen
4 Belgium DF Daniele Zotti
5 Montenegro DF Danilo Sarkic
6 Afghanistan MF Shahram Yosuf
7 Belgium MF Steve Otte
8 Belgium MF Frederic Farin
10 Cameroon MF Etienne Wala Zock
11 Netherlands FW Jelle van Rijswijk
12 France MF Johan Ella Ella
13 Belgium DF Kevin Aka Etien
14 Belgium DF Thomas Brullot
No. Position Player
15 England DF Michael Kedman
16 Belgium MF Maxime Cosse
17 Netherlands FW Jessy Mayele
18 Slovenia DF Marko Vardic
19 Netherlands FW Henry Odutayo
20 Russia FW Georgi Nurov
21 Belgium FW Adil Lagouireh
22 Belgium MF Finley Wielemans
23 Belgium MF Toon Opdekamp
26 France FW Anouar El Guennouni
30 Belgium GK Oguzhan Demirci
99 Belgium GK Pieter Caubergh