K.S.V. Roeselare

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Roeselare
KSV Roeselare Logo.png
Full name Koninklijke Sport
Vereniging Roeselare
Founded July 20, 1921 (creation)
July 1, 1999
(merge and registration)
Ground Schiervelde Stadion, Roeselare
Ground Capacity 9,461
Chairman Belgium Yves Olivier
Manager France Arnauld Mercier
League Belgian First Division B
2015–16 9th

Koninklijke Sport Vereniging Roeselare, or K.S.V. Roeselare (Dutch pronunciation: [kaːɛsˈfeː ˈrusəˌlaːrə]),[1] is a Belgian football club from the city of Roeselare in West Flanders. Its matricule is the n°134. It has last played in the Belgian Pro League from 2005–06 to 2009–10. Roeselare is a professional club, meaning it comprises professional footballers.

History[edit]

The first club of the city was founded in 1900 by some students and named De Verenigde Vrienden (Dutch for The United Friends) but that name changed early to Red Star Roeselare. In 1902, the club is known as Union Sportive Roulers (in French) but it will retire from the football association for financial problems in 1909. The next year, two new clubs are founded – Sportvereniging Roeselare (the Catholics) and F.C. Roeselare (the non-Catholics) – but not for long as the former club activity stopped in 1914 due to World War I. The birth of S.K. Roeselare arose seven years later. it received the matricule n° 134. F.C. Roeselare with the matricule n° 286. However, this matricule does not exist anymore as K.S.K. Roeselare and K.F.C. Roeselare merged in 1999 to form K.S.V. and kept the n° 134. The first time a team from Roeselare achieved promotion to the first division was in 2005 when K.S.V. won the second division playoff.

Honours[edit]

European record[edit]

As of December, 2008.
Competition Appearances Matches played Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against
UEFA Cup 1 4 3 0 1 9 8

Uefa Cup 2006 – 2007

Current squad[edit]

Updated 24 June 2016.

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 Wouter Biebauw
2 Belgium DF Martijn Monteyne
3 Belgium DF Kevin Kis
4 Croatia FW Marin Jakolis
5 France DF Baptiste Schmisser
6 Belgium MF Thibaut Van Acker
7 Belgium FW Davy Brouwers
8 France MF Mickaël Seoudi
9 France MF Raphaël Lecomte
10 France MF Samy Kehli
11 Nigeria FW Saviour Godwin
12 The Gambia FW Ibou
13 Belgium DF Carlo Damman
14 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Nermin Zolotić
No. Position Player
17 Belgium MF Grégory Grisez
18 Republic of the Congo DF Maël Lépicier
19 Belgium FW Emile Samyn
20 Belgium GK Arne Sabbe
21 China DF Chenglong Li
23 Belgium GK Steph Van Cauwenberge
24 Belgium FW Mathieu Cornet
25 China MF Weizhe Sun
26 France MF Lilian Bochet
27 Belgium DF François Kompany
30 Belgium MF Lukas Van Eenoo
39 Belgium GK Jo Coppens
88 France FW Florent Stevance
99 Belgium FW Dylan Lambrecth

References[edit]

  1. ^ V. in isolation: [veː].

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