Sportvereniging Zulte Waregem, commonly known as Zulte Waregem or by their nickname Essevee, is a Belgian professional football club based in Waregem, West Flanders, Belgium. The club competes in the Belgian Pro League, the top flight of Belgian football.
Zulte Waregem Youth Development System
The Essevee Academy is one of the largest football academies in Belgium. Boys, ladies and girls football as well as G football provide a great diversity at Team Essevee. That is why we opt for uniformity: 1 information guide, 1 code of conduct, 1 corporate identity, … for the entire Academy.
The different departments reinforce each other thanks to cross-pollination. In this way we bring the Academy to a higher level together. Both sporty and extra-sporty (such as the events), the Essevee Academy strives more than ever for a shared vision. Give everything together because … Tope Es Alles Meuglijk!
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Zulte Waregem History
The club was formed in 2001 as a result of a collaboration between Zultse VV and KSV Waregem, a team that had previously competed regularly in the top level.
No merger was applied. By virtue of their victory in the second division in 2004–2005, Zulte Waregem were promoted to the highest level of Belgian football for the first time. The colors red and green are featured on the club uniforms.
Regenboogstadion is a stadium in Waregem, Belgium. At the moment, football matches take up the majority of its time, and it serves as the home turf for S.V. Zulte-Waregem. The name “Regenboogstadion” comes from the Dutch word for “Rainbow Stadium.” As the stadium was initially constructed to play host to the 1957 UCI Road World Championships, its name was inspired by the rainbow jersey that the winners of the cycling road world championships wore.
The name of the stadium, however, will be changed to Elindus Arena beginning with the 2020-21 season, in honor of a local sponsor. There are approximately 12,000 seats available.