R.O.C. de Charleroi-Marchienne

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R.O.C. de Charleroi-Marchienne logo.svg
Full nameRoyal Olympic Club de Charleroi-Marchienne
GroundStade de la Neuville, Belgium
Capacity8,000 [1]
ManagerTibor Balog
LeagueBelgian Fourth Division B

Royal Olympic Club de Charleroi-Marchienne, a.k.a. ROCCM, is a Belgian association football club from the city of Charleroi, Hainaut. As of 2010, they play in Belgian Third Division B.


It was founded in 1912 as Olympic Club de Charleroi. The next year the club registered to the Belgian Football Association to become the matricule n°246. Between 1972 and 1982 the club was named R.O.C. de Montignies-sur-Sambre. In 2000 the club merged with R.A. Marchienne and changed its name from Royal Olympic Club de Charleroi to its present name.

O.C. de Charleroi first appeared in the second division in 1936 and it won its league eight points ahead of U.S. du Centre, a rival club located nearby Charleroi. It then played in the first division until 1963 (except for the 1955–56 season), joined at that level by the rival Charleroi S.C. in 1947. Olympic finished 3rd in 1939 and then second in 1947. The club had a short come back in the first division in 1967–68 and in 1974–75. In 1981 Olympic was relegated to the third division.

In 2007, Olympic Charleroi won promotion by winning Belgian Third Division B.

As of 2010, they play in Belgian Third Division B.

Current squad[edit]

Updated 28 December 2015[2] 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 Tanguy Moriconi
2 Belgium DF Jan Lella
3 Belgium DF Julien Murrone
4 France MF Gilles Lesage
5 Turkey DF Sami Büyüktopaç
7 Belgium MF Adnan Alıncık
8 Belgium MF Mathieu Fievet
9 Belgium FW Bryan Sleeuwaert
10 Belgium MF Lokman Atasever
11 Belgium MF Khaida El Mehdi
12 Belgium DF Quantin Durieux
13 Belgium MF Misbaou Barry
No. Position Player
14 Belgium MF Nicolas Meo
15 France FW Yoroma Jatta
16 France DF Yakhouba N'Diaye
18 Belgium MF Lucas Giorlando
19 Belgium MF Logan Dewinter
20 Belgium DF Dimitri Leurquin
21 Cameroon MF Tennyson Sonkey
22 Belgium GK Stefano Maricosu
23 Belgium DF Evans Swen
24 Belgium MF Ediz Can
Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Abidou Mokabila



Head coach
  • Tibor Balog
Assistant coach
  • Soner Yurdakul
Goalkeeper coach


Fitness coach
  • Bruno Dabast
  • Luc Mattot
  • Claudy Degreef


  1. ^ Ambition de l'Olympic de Charleroi, 5 April 2017, rtbf.be
  2. ^ "Noyau A – ROYAL OLYMPIC CLUB CHARLEROI". www.olympic-charleroi.be. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Organigramme – ROYAL OLYMPIC CLUB CHARLEROI". www.olympic-charleroi.be. Retrieved 3 November 2018.

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