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K.R.C. Gent
Full nameKoninklijke Racing Club Gent
Founded1899
GroundPGB-stadion
Capacity2500
ChairmanBelgium Luc Pennoit
ManagerBelgium Bart Mauroo
LeagueBelgian Second Amateur Division A
2016–178th

Koninklijke Racing Club Gent is a Belgian association football club from the city of Ghent, East Flanders. It is currently playing in the Promotion A, i.e. the fourth level in the Belgian football league system. The club underwent 5 merges and changed its name many times. It achieved its best ranking in 1925 and 1929 with a 5th place in the first division.

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History

The club was founded in the late nineteenth century with the fusion between Athletic Club Gantois (Gantois means "from Ghent" in French), F.C. Gantois and Sport Pédestre Gantois. The new club named Racing Club de Gand registered to the Belgian Football Association in the late 1890s and received the matricule n°11. It took part to the 1898–99 and 1899–1900 seasons in the first division B. Back in 1908 at the top level, the club finished last (12th) and played two seasons in the second division. It lost the final of the first Belgian Cup in history in 1912. From 1911 to 1935 R.C. de Gand played in the first division (except in 1922–23 and 1930–31 when it was in the second division) and so did its rivals K.A.A. Gent between 1913 and 1929. The club had meanwhile changed its name to R.R.C. de Gand in 1925.

In 1952 the club played in the first division again but this time for its last season at this stage, as of 2005. Three years later it was relegated to the third division from which it would never be promoted. In 1987 R.R.C. Gent (as it was named since 1969, i.e. the name of the city was put to Dutch) merged with F.C. Heirnis Gent to become R.R.C. Heirnis Gent. It then changed back briefly to R.R.C. Gent in 1999 and merged with K.V.V. Standaard Meulestede in 2000 to become R.R.C. Gent-Zeehaven. In 2002 the club merged with K.F.C. Oostakker and changed its name to K.R.C. Gent-Zeehaven. Finally in 2016 the club changed its name to K.R.C. Gent.

Current squad

Updated 29 December 2015[1] 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 Jordy Maes
2 Belgium DF Karel Van Lierde
3 Belgium DF Gauthier Van De Geuchte
4 Belgium DF Ilias Van Wassenhove
5 Belgium DF Viktor Goditiabois
6 Belgium DF Mathieu Welvaert
7 Belgium FW Michiel De Bruycker
8 Belgium DF Sam Blancke
9 Nigeria FW Glory Ajayi
10 Belgium MF Jorrit D'Haeseleer
11 Belgium FW Alandson da Silva
No. Position Player
12 Belgium GK Thomas Van Hende
13 Belgium FW Niels Elewaut
14 Greece MF Konstantinos Kotsaridis
15 Belgium DF Daan Van Cauwenberge
16 Belgium MF Giles Deceuninck
17 Belgium MF Guus Vandekerckhove
19 Belgium DF Mackim Joos
19 Belgium MF Simon Berghmans
20 Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Armand Doka
21 Belgium GK Kevin Eeckhoudt

Staff

Head Coach

  • Bart Mauroo

Assistant Coach

  • Pascal Martens

Goalkeeper Coach

  • Pascal Martens

Sporting director

  • Eric Ceulemans

Scout

  • Danny Van Bever

Medicine Staff

  • Geert Veeckman
  • Sven Demaere
  • Stéfanie Vanassche
  • André Bruynings

Honours

References



This page was last edited on 18 July 2019, at 18:46
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