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Club Brugge KV (BEL)

Club Brugge KV - Club Brugge Koninklijke Voetbalvereniging - is a Belgian first division football team, founded in 1981 and located in Bruges. Club Brugge play their home games at the Jan Breydel Stadium which they share with city rivals Cercle Brugge KSV.

Club Brugge was founded more than 120 years ago and is thus older than clubs like Ajax, Juventus, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Club Brugge has been playing in the Belgian top division since 1959.

Club Brugge is the only Belgian team to have ever reached the final of the European Cup. In 1978 Club lost 1-0 to Liverpool FC.

Club Brugge’s official mascot is a bear which is the symbol of the city of Bruges. The history of the bear is related to a legend of the first Count of Flanders, Baldwin I of Flanders. He is believed to have fought and defeated a bear in his youth.

Club Brugge holds the record number of consecutive participations in the UEFA Cup (16).

 

Arrivas Paolo
right defender
Baiye Brendon
def midfielder
Bofous Younes
forward
Cipollina Adriano
goalkeeper
Combel Jules
def midfielder
De Maeght Bram
central defender
D’errico Massimo
forward
Gonen Murad
midfielder
Gurler Onur
central defender
Ito-singa Joel
off midfielder
Janssens Christophe
left defender
Karkache Soifiane
central defender
Lemoine Laurent
central defender
Lynen Senne
def midfielder
Nuyts Nathan
central defender
Osei-berkoe Terry
off midfielder
Teunckens Jens
goalkeeper
Touba Ahmed
forward
Van Camp Indyana
off midfielder
Van Den Abbeele Loan
off midfielder
Van Oudenhove Jasper
left defender
Van Vaerenberg Dennis
forward
Vanhaecke Jules
forward
Vanmaele Kjell
central defender
Verburgh Niels
midfielder
Beyen Erwin
head of delegation
De Maesschalck Pascal
head of academy
Denolf Christophe
coordinator of academy
Impens Anthony
physio
Smet Steven
club coach
Soenens Joris
team representative
Vanthournout Jeff
coach
Vermant Sven
coach