KRC Harelbeke (2016 club)

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KRC Harelbeke
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Full name Koninklijke Racing Club
-Harelbeke
Founded 1930
Ground Forestiersstadion,
Harelbeke
Ground Capacity 9737
Chairman Jean-Jacques
Destatsbader
Manager Benny Vervaeke
League Belgian Second Amateur Division
2016–17 Belgian Fourth Division, 2nd (promoted)

KRC Harelbeke is a Belgian association football club based in Harelbeke, West Flanders.

It is the result of the merger between the former club with the same name KRC Harelbeke and K.S.V. Ingelmunster in 2002. The club was founded in 1930 as KSV Ingelmunster and played in Ingelmunster before they moved to Harelbeke in 2002. Since 2002, the club changed its name 4 times, from KSV Ingelmunster Zuid-West to Sporting West Ingelmunster-Harelbeke in 2003, to Sporting West Harelbeke in 2007 and ultimately to KRC Harelbeke in 2016.

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
Belgium GK Korneel Speleers
Belgium GK Jonas Uytterhaeghen
Belgium GK Soren Dutoit
France DF Julien Remadna
Ghana DF Samuel Kingsley
Belgium DF Christophe Bostoen
Belgium DF Roy Devos
Belgium DF Niels Verhelst
France MF Abdenord Belkaci
Belgium MF Lionel Ladon
No. Position Player
Belgium MF Tom Claerbout
Belgium MF Bert Verfaille
Belgium MF Simon Vanthuyne
Belgium MF Stijn Taillieu
Belgium MF Brecht Devos
France MF Simon Turcan
Belgium FW Mathias Viaene
Belgium FW Kurt Delaere
Belgium FW Carlo Goessaert
Algeria FW Mehdi Benaissi

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