|Full name||Sven Vermant|
|Date of birth||4 April 1973|
|Place of birth||Lier, Belgium|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Playing position||Manager (former Defensive midfielder)|
|Current club||Royal Knokke|
|2001–2005||FC Schalke 04||98||(6)|
|2011–||Club Brugge (youth assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Vermant started his career in 1978 at KV Hooikt and played there until 1989 when he moved to KV Mechelen, that had won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup the year before. In 1993 Vermant moved to Club Brugge, where he won both the championship (1996, 1998) and the Belgian Cup (1995, 1996) twice. Vermant stayed at Bruges until he transferred to FC Schalke 04 in 2001. At Schalke he won the DFB-Pokal (the German Cup) in 2001 and 2002.
In 2005, Vermant returned to his old love Club Brugge where he played until 2008. On 9 December 2007, he played his 400th game for Club Brugge against KSV Roeselare, which they won (1-2). Vermant is the 9th player in the history of the club to achieve this milestone.
He was set to become assistant manager of Club Brugge's youth system, signing a contract due to take effect in May 2011.
Sven Vermant is married to Stefanie Van Vyve (Miss Belgian Beauty 1995). They have a daughter, Elena (° 1999) and a son, Romeo (° 2004).
|1991/92||KV Mechelen||Belgium||Eerste klasse||1||0|
|1992/93||KV Mechelen||Belgium||Eerste klasse||20||4|
|1993/94||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||29||5|
|1994/95||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||31||12|
|1995/96||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||31||6|
|1996/97||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||26||4|
|1997/98||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||30||6|
|1998/99||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||31||7|
|1999/00||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||32||14|
|2000/01||Club Brugge||Belgium||Eerste klasse||33||13|
|2005/06||Club Brugge||Belgium||Jupiler League||32||1|
|2006/07||Club Brugge||Belgium||Jupiler League||27||3|
|2007/08||Club Brugge||Belgium||Jupiler League||10||1|
- Sven Vermant at National-Football-Teams.com