Charleroi SC Tryouts & Club Guide: History, Stadium, Players, and More!
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Royal Charleroi Sporting Club, often simply known as Charleroi or Sporting Charleroi, is a Belgian football club based in the city of Charleroi, Belgium. The club competes in the Belgian Pro League, the top flight of Belgian football.
Youth Development System
Charleroi SC has an academy that supports various age category teams. Although not much information is provided on their official website on these teams, they allow players to sign-up for trials using the link below to send them a request.
TO REGISTER FOR OUR NEXT DETECTIONS, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING FORM: Test request form
As of the time of this writing, trials are only reserved for players playing in Belgian championships or of Belgian or cross-border nationality (maximum 100 kilometers from Charleroi). Please click here to stay up-to-date on future trial information or come back at a later date while we monitor this club.
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A football stadium known as the Stade du Pays de Charleroi can be found in the Belgian city of Charleroi. It served as a replacement for the older stadium that was known as Mambourg and was constructed specifically for the UEFA European Championship that was held in Belgium and the Netherlands in the year 2000. It is the location of the home stadium for Sporting Charleroi.
During Euro 2000, its capacity was 30,000, but not long afterward, it was decreased to 25,000 in order to bring it in line with Charleroi’s typical attendance. The capacity was decreased once again in 2013, falling to 15,000 people.