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18 May 2019

Sporting Charleroi-KAS Eupen 2:0

KAS Eupen: Niasse – Mulumba – Lazare – Castro Montes – Marreh (Schouterden 65‘) – Toyokawa – Blondelle – Gnaka (Essende 70‘) – Bushiri – Ocansey (N’Dri 55‘) – Fall Substitutes: Van Crombrugge – Lotiès – Diagne – Schauerte – Schouterden – Essende – N’Dri Coach: Claude Makelele Sporting Charleroi: Riou – Marinos (Martos 65’) – Angella (Zajkov 78’) ... Read more...

16 May 2019

Thanks to players, staff and fans of KAS Eupen

KAS Director Christoph Henkel took the opportunity of the last home game of KAS Eupen this season to publicly thank the team for the good campaign. “Securing class retention early, scoring 32 points and ranking in 12th position in the final table, KAS Eupen can look back on the best result in the club’s history ... Read more...

15 May 2019

KAS Eupen–KFCO Beerschot Wilrijk 1:0

KAS Eupen:Niasse – Lotiès – Mulumba – S. Keita – Castro Montes – Toyokawa (N’Dri 85‘) – Gnaka – Ocansey – Molina – Fall (Schouterden 72‘) – Milicevic (Msakni 82‘) Substitutes: Van Crombrugge – Diagne – Schauerte – Laurent – Msakni – Schouterden – N’Dri Coach: Claude Makelele KFCO Beerschot Wilrijk: Vanhamel – Prychynenko – Simons ... Read more...

15 May 2019

Youssef Msakni Player oft the Year at KAS Eupen

Tunisian international Youssef Msakni was elected player of the season 2018-2019 by KAS Eupen fans. With the great support of his fans in Tunisia, Youssef Msakni has won the online voting and is thus the KAS Player of the Year. KAS Eupen fans voted captain Luis Garcia and right-back Alessio Castro Montes for 2nd and ... Read more...

12 May 2019

Sint Truiden VV-KAS Eupen 2:2

KAS Eupen: Niasse – Mulumba – Schauerte (Castro Montes 78‘) – Lazare – Marreh (Diagne 77‘) – Schouterden – Toyokawa – Blondelle – Bushiri – Molina (C. Keita 70‘) – Fall Substitutes: Van Crombrugge – C. Keita – Diagne – Gnaka – Laurent – Castro Montes – Ocansey Coach: Claude Makelele Sint Truiden VV: Pirard – Tomiyasu – Mmaee ... Read more...

11 May 2019

KAS Eupen–KRC Genk 1:4

KAS Eupen: Nurudeen – Turco (Palm 67‘)  – Weijnjes – Lambert – Aziz (Djongambo 58’) – Magnée – Libert – Bourard (Cubedo 73‘) – Keita – Essende – N’Dri Substitutes: Roufosse – Miceli – Djongambo – Rallegri – Cubedo – Palm – Musset Quintais – Coach: Angel Cortes KRC Genk: Leysen – Vandermeulen – Adewoye – Leyssens – Theate ... Read more...

9 May 2019

“Genk is the favorite, but we start on a par”

The Grand Final of the Belgian U21 Cup will take place on Saturday, 11 May in the Eupen Kehrweg Stadium. KAS Eupen will take on KRC Genk from 3:00 PM, admission to the game is free. KRC Genk is also considered one of the best clubs in the country in the youth sector and is ... Read more...