F.C. Verbroedering Dender Eendracht Hekelgem

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FCV Dender EH
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Full name Football Club Verbroedering
Dender Eendracht Hekelgem
Founded 1935
Ground Florent Beeckmanstadion,
Denderleeuw
Ground Capacity 8,157
Chairman Belgium Patrick De Doncker
Head Coach Belgium Emilio Ferrera
League Belgian Third Division
2014–15 9th (Group A)

Football Club Verbroedering Dender Eendracht Hekelgem, also simply known as Dender or Verbroedering Dender, is a Belgian association football club based in Denderleeuw. The club is named after former clubs KFC Denderleeuw Eendracht Hekelgem and Verbroedering Denderhoutem, which merged at the end of the 2004–05 season, and after the river Dender, which crosses the town of Denderleeuw. The home stadium of the club is Florent Beeckmanstadion in Denderleeuw. Their best league ranking was the 15th place in the first division (in 2007–08 and 2008–09). The club colours are red, blue and black.

History[edit]

Verbroedering Denderhoutem was founded in 1935[1] and registered to the Royal Belgian Football Association in 1943. They first reached the Promotion (4th-highest level in Belgian football) in the 1980s.[2] After several relegations and promotions in the provincial leagues and Promotion, the club finally reached the third division in 1998–99. They remained at that level except for one season in 2003–04 when they played in the Promotion. After one season back at the third level, Denderhoutem merged with fellow club KFC Denderleeuw EH from the third division.

Verbroedering Dender won consecutively the third division A title (in 2005–06) and the second division title (in 2006–07), to reach the first division in 2007–08 for the first time in their history. They achieved promotion after beating Dessel 0–2 on the second division's 33rd match day on 13 May 2007. They finished at the 15th place in 2007–08 and again in 2008–09, though the club was relegated at the end of the 2008–09 season because the number of clubs in the first division was reduced from 18 to 16.

Honours[edit]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 17 August, 2015

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 Miguel Santos Pravos
2 Belgium DF Wouter Hias
3 Chad DF Kevin Nicaise
4 Belgium DF Alessio Palmeri
5 Italy DF Alessio Virgone
6 Belgium MF Redouan Aalhoul
7 Uruguay MF Fabricio Fernández
8 Belgium MF Julien Pé
9 Belgium FW Esteban Casagolda
10 Algeria MF Mehdi Terki
11 Belgium FW Didier Cabumi
12 Belgium MF Michel Goffin
No. Position Player
13 England MF Adam Burnaby-Atkins
14 Uruguay MF Simón Vanderhoeght
15 Lebanon DF Amir Hossari
16 Belgium MF Nicolas Bodart
17 Belgium FW Jens Podevijn
18 Belgium FW Patrick Dimbala
20 Belgium FW Youri Lapage
21 Morocco GK Ilias Rchidi
22 Belgium GK Yannick Van Zele
24 Belgium MF Marco Hertveldt
25 Belgium MF Kenneth Laurent
27 Belgium GK Xavier Gies

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Belgian football clubs history". Retrieved 30 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Dender history". fcvdendereh.be. Retrieved 30 January 2011. 

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