1999 Belgian Super Cup

The 1999 Belgian Supercup was a football match between the winners of the previous season's Belgian First Division and Belgian Cup competitions. The match was contested by Cup winners Lierse, and 1999–2000 Belgian First Division champions, Genk on 1 September 1999 at the ground of the league winners Genk, the Fenixstadium. Lierse won the cup after two late goals by Stein Huysegems.

1999 Belgian Supercup
Date1 September 1999
VenueFenixstadium, Genk
RefereeMichel Piraux

Prior to the match, Genk coach Jos Heyligen criticised the timing of the match during the week of international matches, as five players in his squad were unavailable due to being called-up for their respective national team, namely Branko Strupar, Marc Hendrikx, Ferenc Horváth, Þórður Guðjónsson and Bjarni Guðjónsson. With several others injured, the Genk squad for the Super Cup included only 13 first team players together with four youngsters from the U23 squad. From Lierse side, absentees due to call-ups were Jurgen Cavens and Carl Hoefkens. [1]


Pereira   17' Peelman   34'
Huysegems   83', 88'
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Michel Piraux
GK   István Brockhauser
RB   Daniel Kimoni
CB   Chris Van Geem
CB   Marc Vangronsveld (c)
LB   Jesper Jansson
RM   Stefan Teelen   87'
CM   Wilfried Delbroek
CM   Besnik Hasi  
LM   Ilir Caushllari  
CF   Mike Origi
CF   Fábio Pereira   66'
CF   Alexandre Di Gregorio   66'
CM   Marco Ingrao   87'
  Jos Heyligen
GK   Patrick Nys
RB   Steve Laeremans
CB   Eric Van Meir (c)
CB   Filip Daems
LB   Gela Shekiladze
RM   Frank Leen
CM   Hans Somers   46'
CM   Tomasz Zdebel  
LM   Coen Burg   66'
CF   Dirk Huysmans   58'
CF   Gert Peelman   76'
CB   Jerry Poorters   46'
CF   Robby Van de Weyer   58'
CM   Karel Snoeckx   66'
CF   Stein Huysegems   76'
  Walter Meeuws

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Vanavond om 20 uur: Supercup Racing Genk - SK Lierse".