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Established
1950 (70 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Regenboogstadion
(11,000 Capacity)

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Location
Waregem

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League
Belgian Jupiler League

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Upcoming Events
02 Nov 20 Waregem   -  Kortrijk
08 Nov 20 Cercle Brugge   -  Waregem
22 Nov 20 Waregem   -  Mechelen
29 Nov 20 Gent   -  Waregem
04 Dec 20 Waregem   -  Anderlecht

Latest Results
25 Oct 20 KV Oostende  3 - 0  Waregem
18 Oct 20 Waregem  1 - 3  Antwerp
03 Oct 20 Oud-Heverlee Leuven  2 - 1  Waregem
27 Sep 20 Standard  2 - 2  Waregem
20 Sep 20 Waregem  0 - 6  Club Brugge

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Sportvereniging Zulte Waregem, commonly known as Zulte Waregem or by their nickname Essevee, is a Belgian professional football club based in Waregem, West Flanders. Zulte Waregem plays in the Belgian Pro League. Their highest finish at the highest level was a 2nd place in Belgian First Division 2012–13. They have won 1 Belgian Cup. They subsequently qualified for the 2006-07 UEFA Cup, only to lose in the round of 32 to Newcastle United.

The club is a product of a partnership in 2001 between Zultse VV and KSV Waregem, a former first division regular. No merger was applied. Zulte Waregem first reached the highest level in Belgian football by winning the 2004–05 second division. The club outfits are red and green. They play their home matches at the Regenboogstadion, the former stadium of KSV Waregem.

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Stadium or Home

Regenboogstadion is a multi-use stadium in Waregem, Belgium. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of S.V. Zulte-Waregem. Regenboogstadion is Dutch for Rainbow Stadium. The stadium was named after the rainbow jersey worn by the cycling road world champions, since it was inaugurated to host the 1957 UCI Road World Championships.

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