K.V. Kortrijk

History

In 1901 SC Courtraisien was founded. The club merged with FC Courtraisien in 1918. They received in 1951 the name Koninklijke Kortrijk Sport. They had the matricule n°19 like the oldest club SC Courtraisien. Stade Kortrijk was founded in 1923 with matricule n°161. Because Stade Kortrijk and Koninklijke Kortrijk Sport didn’t play well anymore, they merged in 1971. They could play with matricule n°19 and the new name was KV Kortrijk.

Honours

  • Belgian Cup:
    • Runners-up (1): 2011–12
  • Belgian Second Division:
    • Winners (2): 1905–06, 2007–08
    • Runners-up (2): 1979–80, 1997–98
  • Belgian Second Division Final Round:
    • Winners (3): 1976, 1980, 1998

Current squad

2020/2021 Team Roster
(Updated 14-02-2021)
Manager : Yves Vanderhaeghe
Sacked (31 January 2021)
Manager : Luka Elsner
Adan Jakubech (Goalkeeper)
Maxim Deman (Goalkeeper)
Marko Ilić (Serbia) (Goalkeeper)
FK Vozdovac (September 2020)
Timothy Derijck
Gilles Dewaele
Petar Golubovic (Serbia)
Lucas Rougeaux (France)
Faiz Selamanie (Comoros)
Abdul Ajagun (Nigeria)
Free agent (October 2020)
Christophe Lepoint
Royal Mouscron (January 2021)
Evgen Makarenko (Ukraine)
Loic Ritiere
Hannes van der Bruggen
Cercle Brugge (January 2021)
Habib Pape Gueye
Ilombe Mboyo (DR Congo)
Sint-Truiden (January 2021)
Teremas Moffi (Nigeria)
Lorient (September 2020)
Eric Ocansey
Trent Sainsbury (AUS)
Lugman Shamsuin (Malysia)
Mohammed Naderi (Iran)
Persepolis (September 2020)
Esteghlal FC (October 2020)
Muhammed Badammosi (Gambia)
Real Banjul (October 2020)
Teddy Chevalier (France)
Valenciennes (January 2021)
Zinho Gano
RC Genk (January 2021)
Ante Palaversa (Croatia)
Manchester City (January 2021)
Kiralık
Aleksandar Radovanovic (Serbia)
Lens (January 2021)
Hendrickx Gaetan
Charleroi (January 2021)
Yani Van Den Bossche
Kortrijk U-21 (January 2021)