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Established
1898 (123 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Stade Maurice Dufrasne
(28,272 Capacity)

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Location
Liège

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Competitions
Belgian First Division A
UEFA Europa League

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Upcoming Events
28 Jan 21 KV Oostende  -  Standard
31 Jan 21 Club Brugge  -  Standard
06 Feb 21 Standard  -  Oud-Heverlee Leuven
14 Feb 21 Standard  -  Antwerp
21 Feb 21 Waregem  -  Standard

Latest Results
24 Jan 21 Standard  3 - 2  Charleroi
20 Jan 21 Mechelen  0 - 4  Standard
17 Jan 21 Cercle Brugge  0 - 1  Standard
11 Jan 21 Standard  3 - 1  Waasland-Beveren
26 Dec 20 Standard  1 - 2  St.Truiden

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Royal Standard de Liège, commonly referred to as Standard Liège, is a Belgian football club from the city of Liège. They are one of the most successful clubs in Belgium, having won the Belgian league on ten occasions, most recently in 2007–08 and 2008–09. They have been in the top flight without interruption since 1921, longer than any other Belgian side. They have also won six Belgian Cups, and in 1981–82 they reached the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup, which they lost 2–1 against Barcelona.

Standard players are nicknamed the "Rouches" because of their red jerseys. The French word for red, rouge, when pronounced with a Walloon accent, sounds like "rouche."

Team Members
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Astrit
Ajdarevic




Selim
Amallah




Samuel
Bastien
#28



Geoffrey
Mujangi



Dudu
Biton




Arnaud
Bodart




Merveille
Bokadi




Frederic
Bulot




Igor
de



Mehdi
Carcela-Gonzalez




Laurent
Ciman




Gojko
Cimirot
#8



Felipe
Dovillabichus




Eyong
Enoh




Collins
Fai




Nicolas
Gavory




Jean-Francois
Gillet




Laurent
Jans




Konstantinos
Laifis




Maxime
Lestienne
#22



Martin
Milec




Jackson
Muleka




Kensuke
Nagai




Eddy
Sylvestre



Guillermo
Francisco


Luiz
Phellype




Nicolas
Raskin




Eden
Shamir




Yohann
Thuram-Ulien



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Stadium or Home

Stade Maurice-Dufrasne is a football stadium in Liège, Belgium. The stadium holds 30,023 people. It is also known as Stade de Sclessin, from the name of the district of Liège where it is located, and is the home stadium of Standard Liège. Belgium have also played here, notably against Estonia in September 2008 in a 2010 World Cup Qualifier.

The stadium's namesake, Maurice Dufrasne, was Chairman of Standard Liège from 1909 (when the stadium was built) until 1931.

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