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Established
1923 (97 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Daknamstadion
(9,560 Capacity)

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Location
Lokeren, Belgium

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Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren Oost-Vlaanderen (Dutch pronunciation: ; often simply called Sporting Lokeren or Lokeren) was a Belgian professional football club based in the city of Lokeren, in the province of East Flanders. The club was founded in 1923 but ceased to exist in 2020 after going bankrupt. A few days after the bankruptcy, the club announced that rather than dissolving entirely, it would merge together with KSV Temse to form Lokeren-Temse, starting in the Belgian Second Amateur Division (fourth level).

Lokeren first reached the first division in 1974–75. Since then, it had a short spell in the Second Division between 1993–94 and 1995–96. Lokeren had its most successful period in the 1980s, achieving second place in the league in 1980–81 as well as a Belgian Cup final the same year. Its best European result was reaching the quarter-final of the 1980–81 UEFA Cup. In the year 2000, the club merged with K Sint-Niklase SKE They were registered to the Royal Belgian Football Association with the matricule number 282. Lokeren's colours were white, black and yellow. They played their home games at the Daknamstadion.

In 2012, Sporting Lokeren won the Belgian Cup, the club's first-ever honours, after beating KV Kortrijk in the Cup Final. They won their secnd Cup just two years later, after beating Zulte Waregem 1–0.

Team Members
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Besart
Abdurahimi




Eugene
Ansah




Sander
Claeys




Preben
DeMan




Djorde
Despotovic




Junior
Dutra




Giorgios
Galitsios




Bo
Geens




Hamdi
Harbaoui




Guus
Hupperts
#17



Onur
Kaya




Jugoslav
Lazic




Ivan
Leko




Nicolas
Lemaire




Mbaye
Leye




Mijat
Maric




Stefano
Marzo
#2



Cedric
Mitu




Arno
Monsecour




Cedric
Mingiedi



Evariste
Ngolok




Killian
Overmeire




Arthur
Henrique



Ayanda
Patosi




Koen
Persoons




Jordan
Remacle




Alexander
Scholz




Tom
De



Jore
Trompet




Davino
Verhulst



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Stadium or Home

Daknamstadion is a football stadium in the village Daknam, municipality Lokeren (Belgium). The stadium is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Sporting Lokeren. Around 1980 the stadium could host 18,000 people, due to security reasons the stadium's current capacity is 9,560. Since 2008 the board of Sporting Lokeren has plans to expand the stadium with 1,760 places, but the construction hasn't been started yet.

On 3 March 2010, it hosted an under 21 international between Belgium and Malta.

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