|22 Dec 2018||St.Truiden  ||-|| Kortrijk||Stayen @ 7:00pm|
|26 Dec 2018||Kortrijk  ||-|| Waregem||Guldensporenstadion @ 1:30pm|
|19 Jan 2019||Standard  ||-|| Kortrijk||Stade Maurice Dufrasne @ 5:00pm|
|26 Jan 2019||Kortrijk  ||-|| Gent||Guldensporenstadion @ 7:00pm|
|02 Feb 2019||Kortrijk  ||-|| Lokeren||Guldensporenstadion @ 7:00pm|
|15 Dec 2018||Kortrijk|| ||0 - 0|| ||Club Brugge||Guldensporenstadion|
|08 Dec 2018||Genk|| ||1 - 1|| ||Kortrijk||Cristal Arena|
|01 Dec 2018||Kortrijk|| ||1 - 0|| ||Mouscron-Peruwelz||Guldensporenstadion|
|24 Nov 2018||KV Oostende|| ||1 - 2|| ||Kortrijk||Albertparkstadion|
|11 Nov 2018||Kortrijk|| ||0 - 2|| ||Standard||Guldensporenstadion|
Koninklijke Voetbalclub Kortrijk (often simply called KV Kortrijk or KVK) is a Belgian professional football club based in Kortrijk, West Flanders. They play in the Belgian First Division, and they achieved their best ranking ever during the 2009–10 season, finishing fourth after the play-offs. KV Kortrijk was founded in 1971, though their roots can be traced to 1901. They are registered to the Royal Belgian Football Association with matricule number 19. The club colours are red and white. They play their home matches at the Guldensporenstadion, named after the Battle of the Golden Spurs which took place in Kortrijk in 1302.
KV Kortrijk enjoyed a first spell in the first division in the early 20th century, between 1906–07 and 1910–11. They eventually had to wait 65 years to return at the highest level, when they enjoyed 15 seasons at the top flight, interrupted by a season in the second division (between 1976–77 and 1978–79 and between 1980–81 and 1991–92). KV Kortrijk also played the 1998–99 season in the first division before they returned to the Belgian Pro League in the 2008–09 season.
Lukas van Eenoo
Anthony Van Loo
Gertjan de Mets
Stijn de Smet