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St.Truiden

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Established
1924 (98 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stayen
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Sint-Truiden

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Belgian First Division A

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10 Apr 22 St.Truiden  3 - 0  Standard
02 Apr 22 Waregem  0 - 2  St.Truiden
20 Mar 22 St.Truiden  3 - 2  Beerschot VA
13 Mar 22 Genk  0 - 1  St.Truiden
04 Mar 22 St.Truiden  1 - 1  Mechelen

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Koninklijke Sint-Truidense Voetbalvereniging, commonly known as Sint-Truiden or STVV (Dutch pronunciation: ) or by their nickname De Kanaries (Dutch pronunciation: , is a Belgian professional football club located in the city of Sint-Truiden in Limburg. Sint-Truiden plays in the Belgian Pro League. Their best ranking was a second place in 1965–66. They also reached the final of the Belgian Cup twice. The club was founded in 1924. They are matricule number 373. The club colours are yellow and blue, hence their nickname De Kanaries, meaning 'The Canaries'. They play their home games at the Stayen since 1927.

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Samuel
Asamoah




Cristian
Ceballos




Santiago
Colombatto




Chris
Durkin




Mory
Konaté




Jonathan
Mananga




Duckens
Nazon




Rocco
Reitz




Steve
De #16



Ibrahima
Sankhon




Daniel
Schmidt




Kenny
Steppe




Yuma
Suzuki




Jorge
Teixeira



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Stadium or Home

Stayen is a football stadium in Sint-Truiden, Belgium. It is the home ground of STVV. The stadium holds 14,600 14,600 after its most recent rebuild.

The original stadium was built in 1927. The name "Stayen" is a local dialect word for "Staden", an old quarrter of the town on its western side. Between the 1950s and 2009 the word was normally written as "Staaien". One regularly applied soubriquest is "Hel van Stayen" ("Hell of Stayen"), used on behalf of top teams that suffer defeats in the stadium.

The Stayen Hotel is built into the north side of the stadium, and has rooms overlooking the pitch.

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