Lierse SK (women)

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Lierse
Full name Women's Department Lierse Sportkring
Founded 1996
Ground Jeugdcentrum KSK Lierse
Ground Capacity 500
Chairman Egypt Maged Samy
Manager Belgium Johan Breugelmans
League BeNe League
2014–15 7th
Website Club home page

WD Lierse SK a Belgian women's football team from Lier.

It was founded in 1996 as Teamsport Beerse. Five years later it changed its name to Vlimmeren Sports, in whose facilities it had been playing. In 2004 Vlimmeren promoted to the Belgian top division, where it has played since.

In 2010 the team moved to Lier and became Lierse SK's women's football team. In its first season as such it reached the national Cup's final.[1]

2011-12 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
2 Belgium DF Caroline Berrens
3 Belgium DF Katrien van Rooij
4 Netherlands DF Marleen Joore
5 Belgium DF Lien Haverals
6 Belgium MF Niki de Cock
7 Belgium MF Elke van Gord
8 Belgium MF Marlies Verbruggen
9 Belgium MF Lenie Onzia
10 Belgium FW Stéphanie van Gils
11 Belgium FW Inge Heiremans
No. Position Player
12 Netherlands FW Jacqueline van Velthoven
14 Belgium MF Lien Mermans
15 Belgium FW Kristien Elsen
16 Belgium DF Karen Verrydt
17 Morocco MF Ibtissam Bouharat
18 Belgium DF Evelien Stoffels
19 Belgium FW Chiara Wielockx
21 Belgium GK Natasha Ribbens
22 Belgium GK Liese Voets
24 Belgium GK Dorien Peeters

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Soccerway