IN THE PICTURE. Thousands of supporters of days for titelfeest on the town Square in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

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IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

The town Square in Genk on Friday evening all the way flush to the fourth national championship of first division soccer team KRC Genk celebrate. Around 8,000 supporters saw after a long wait at 20.15 at last their heroes on stage in front of the town hall appear.

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About 18.30 hours the thickness of the fan groups for the height of the café de Belgiek, where the open kampioenenbus a short trip would make the Genk city centre. Also to the Place of Misery, at the train station and the town Square flutter flags. The rain stopped Genkies not the way of the festivities: the blue-and-white umbrellas and hats were popular.

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Boumediene Belbachir

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: JEFFREY GAENS

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: JEFFREY GAENS

Everywhere in the city echoed with “champions olé olé” and “we love you ” Racing”, especially when the bus is on its victory lap was in progress. At the town hall were supporters between their champions and the women to the entrance to guide. While the raindrops quite down dazzling;, gathered the Genk fans in the town Square. That was around 19.30 pm full to bursting with around 8,000 supporters. The players enjoyed first of a fresh pint in the town hall, while mayor Wim Dries (CD&V) the entire team, during a speech in the flowers set. The supporters warmed themselves in the pouring rain, meanwhile, on to the rousing beats of the dj on the stage.

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: JEFFREY GAENS

At 20.15, the Genk fans will be rewarded for the long wait. Under loud applause and quite a lot of Bengali fire came their heroes on stage. Leandro Trossard was in his appearance treated to the infamous motto “All farmers are gay”. The Genk captain laughed green, but had it not in his heart. The players arrived one by one on stage, one cared for the show all that more than the other. Goalkeeper Vukovic poured a beer ad fundum by his throat, midfielder Berge showed the better footwork and atmosphere Ndongola conjured with a few African moves. The audience savored and treated success coach Philippe Clement on a open cloth.

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Photo News

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Photo News

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Photo News

The real party is Friday night from 22.00 only place in the Limburghal, but also on the town Square was already well danced. All the classics, such as “We are the Champions”, were imposed, and the players sang together with their women and children out of full chest. That other party animal Dewaest made for the image of the evening in the town Square. The defender took a young supporter in his arms on stage, but the in blue, white and splendidly dressed boy didn’t dry.

Around 21.30 hours were still only about a thousand supporters present at the Stadsplein in Genk. The players themselves were also already gone, because, of course, were the guests of honor at the afterparty at the Limburghal. Party – free for all subscribers of KRC Genk – went to 22: 00 start. Inter alia, the Limburg dj Pat Krimson will be there for the music, sure.

The last fans on the city Square were still treated to fireworks. To end the evening in the Genk city center all the way to make ended the dj with the voetballied of excellence: “You’ll Never Walk Alone”. That sang the last fans still lustily along, for they have their party elsewhere continue.

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Boumediene Belbachir

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Boumediene Belbachir

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Boumediene Belbachir

IN BEELD. Duizenden supporters dagen op voor titelfeest op Stadsplein in Genk: “We are the Champions!”

Photo: Boumediene Belbachir