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Established
1904 (116 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade du Pays de Charleroi
(14,000 Capacity)

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Competitions
Belgian Jupiler League

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Upcoming Events
01 Oct 20 Charleroi   -  Lech Poznan
04 Oct 20 Charleroi   -  Standard
18 Oct 20 Genk   -  Charleroi
23 Oct 20 Charleroi   -  Waasland-Beveren
30 Oct 20 Charleroi   -  Cercle Brugge

Latest Results
27 Sep 20 Mouscron-Peruwelz  1 - 1  Charleroi
24 Sep 20 Charleroi  2 - 1  Partizan Belgrade
18 Sep 20 Charleroi  3 - 1  Anderlecht
18 Sep 20 Charleroi  3 - 1  Beerschot VA
13 Sep 20 Waregem  0 - 2  Charleroi

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Royal Charleroi Sporting Club (RCSC) (often simply known as Charleroi or Sporting Charleroi, or by their nickname Les Zèbres (The Zebras)) is a Belgian football club based in the city of Charleroi, in the province of Hainaut. Charleroi plays in the Belgian Pro League and their current spell at the highest level in Belgian football has started in the 1985–86 season. Charleroi was founded in 1904 and they first reached the first division in 1947–48. Their highest finish was runner-up in the 1968–69 season. They have also twice reached the Belgian Cup final, losing in 1977–78 to Beveren and in 1992–93 to Standard Liège.

Sporting Charleroi have a long-standing rivalry with city other club ROC de Charleroi-Marchienne, currently playing in the third division. Charleroi play their home matches at the Stade du Pays de Charleroi, which was refurbished for the UEFA Euro 2000. The stadium hosted 3 group stage games in the Euro 2000 among which the 1–0 victory of England against Germany. Charleroi have been recruiting several French players in recent years, including Michaël Ciani, Cyril Théréau and goalkeeper Bertrand Laquait.

Team Members
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Martos




Gabriele
Angella




Vicente
Arze




Valentin
Baume




Massimo
Bruno
#77



Salvatore
Crimi




Sebastian
Dewaest




Christophe
Diandy




Cedric
Faure




Guillaume
Francois




Karel
Geraerts




Kamel
Ghilas




Harlem-Eddy
Gnohere




Kenneth
Houdret




Lynel
Kitambala




Evans
Kondogbia




Evans
Kondogiba



Abraham
Kudemor




Robin
Leemans




Jessy
Galvez



Clinton
Mukoni



Parfait
Mandanda




Damien
Marcq




Stergos
Marinos




Mohamed
Mrabet




Francis
N'Ganga




Dieumerci
Ndongala




Nicolas
Penneteau




Remy
Riou




Giuseppe
Rossini




Enes
Saglik




Mourad
Satli




Florimont
Smars




Clement
Tainmont




Jamal
Thiare




Maxime
Vandermeulen




Jonathan
Vervoort




Steeven
Willems




Gjoko
Zajkov



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Stadium or Home

Stade du Pays de Charleroi is a football stadium in the city of Charleroi, Belgium. It was built for the 2000 UEFA European Championship in Belgium and the Netherlands in replacement of the old stadium known as Mambourg. It is the home of Sporting Charleroi. Its capacity was 30,000 for Euro 2000 but was reduced shortly after to 25,000 in line with Charleroi's average attendances. The capacity was reduced again in 2013 to 14,000.

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