K Kontich FC (women)

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Kontich FC is a Belgian women's football club from Kontich. The club colours are red and yellow. Starting in 2010 the club was a joined venture of Kontich FC and Germinal Beerschot.[1] The next year renamed to Beerschot AD, the following year, in 2013 the club was moved to Antwerp as the new ladies department of R. Antwerp FC. As from 2014 the club was moved back again to Kontich as K. Kontich FC.[citation needed]

K. Kontich FC
Logo Kontich
Full nameKoninklijke Kontich Football Club
Short nameKontich Dames
Founded1967 (Blue Bell Girls)
1971 (vrouwenploeg Kontich FC)
2010 (GBA-Kontich FC)
2011 (Beerschot AD)
2012 ‘’(K. Beerschot AC)’’
2013 ‘’(R. Antwerp FC)
2014 ‘’(Kontich FC)’’
GroundKontich
ChairmanBelgium Wim Claes
CoachBelgium Guy Corten
LeagueFirst Division
2017-20181st
WebsiteClub website

Current squad edit

15 January 2017 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK   BEL Yana Reichert
GK   BEL Silke Baccarne
DF   BEL Annelies Van Loock
DF   BEL Charlote Andries
DF   BEL Lisa Verbraeken
DF   BEL Margot Degryse
DF   BEL Inge Firlefijn
MF   BEL Jill Michiels
MF   BEL Jolien Lebegge
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   BEL Sanne Corten
MF   BEL Stefanie Van Broeck
MF   BEL Jolien Belmans
FW   BEL Annelies Van Den Bergh
FW   BEL Chiara Wielockx
FW   BEL Deborah zinga
FW   BEL Joke Verelst
FW   BEL Lucinda Michez
FW   NED Nijah in het Veld

Current coaches edit

History edit

In 2013 the women's team played as Royal Antwerp FC.[2] The team folded after the 2013–14 BeNe League season for financial problems.[3][4] They finished bottom of the table that season.

References edit

  1. ^ "Dames Beerschot AC klaar voor eerste seizoen in nieuwe BeNe League!". beerschot.be. Archived from the original on 16 August 2012. Retrieved 19 December 2012.
  2. ^ "Vrouwenploeg van Beerschot krijgt onderdak bij Antwerp" (in Dutch). Het Nieuwsblad. 3 June 2013. Retrieved 20 October 2013.
  3. ^ "Vrouwenvoetbalnieuws.nl - Vrouwenvoetbalnieuws".
  4. ^ "Vrouwenvoetbal.be".

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