KZ Clementsgrad

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KZ Clementsgrad
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Full name Kloz Zóutbawes "Clementsgrad"
Nickname(s) The Whitemen
Founded 2012
Dissolved 2019
Ground New Mayfield Park
(capacity: 49,800)
Head Coach Gerenia Jorg Lanata
League Gerenian League 1
2014–15 4th
Kit
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KZ Clementsgrad was a Gerenian football club based in the city of Klämen, which competed in Gerenian League 1. The manager was Jorg Lanata and the club's stadium was New Mayfield Park.

History

KZ Clementsgrad was founded in late July 2012 as "Clementsgrad XXI". Having not met the requirements to join the recently founded Gerenian League 1, Clementsgrad XXI played two friendly matches (versus Isherwood CSSC and Mayfield Bazree AC), which ended 2–4 and 1–2, respectively.

However, soon the club developed, and changed its name to "Clementsgrad United FC". Although Clementsgrad United could not take part in the First Championship of League 1's inaugural season, an application to compete in the 2012–13 Gerenian AEFA Champions' League qualification tournament was submitted and accepted.

Clementsgrad played Mayfield Bazree in the inaugural match of the Group B (in what is known as the first Clementsgrad derby ever), obtaining a shock 5–1 win. However, despite the promising start, the team could not advance to the semi-finals, as it finished third in its five-team group, two points behind Ramez City White Stars and Mayfield Bazree.

The following challenge for Clementsgrad was the Stage One of the 2012–13 Gerenian League 2, played in September-October 2012. Due to the league expansion, it had been decided that the best two teams of the Stage One would be promoted to the League 1, and not at the end of the season. Clementsgrad United managed first place, having not lost any of the five matches played. Later in the year, Clementsgrad United competed in the 2012 Gerenian National Cup, reaching the semi-finals, where they were defeated by KZK Gentóul.

Players

Final 2019 squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FMF eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FMF nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Gerenia GK Režan Arkuse
2 Gerenia DF Leon Larsons
3 Gerenia DF Jan Känsel
4 Gerenia DF Koren Bräder
5 Gerenia MF Vilem Mortenn
6 Gerenia MF Alen Pákstons
7 Gerenia MF Haysel Milve
8 Gerenia MF Kölber Janeson
9 Gerenia FW Bradt Padak (c)
10 Gerenia FW Kílian Kinkes
11 Lakkvia FW Freddie Vorgensen
12 Gerenia DF Viktor Malenau
13 Gerenia DF Robert Izazuč
No. Position Player
14 Gerenia GK Daniel Isaks
15 Kingdom of Coria DF Đorđe Nešić
16 Gerenia DF Bastian Martînes
17 Gerenia FW Žan Krup
18 Gerenia MF Klement Ävie
19 Gerenia MF Aleksander Ganrave
20 Gerenia FW Eliel Sinät
21 Gerenia DF Filip Inzagare (on loan from KPSK Isherwood)
22 Gerenia FW Gerard Galîn
23 Gerenia GK Arien Vadea
24 Gerenia MF Viktor Pages
25 Gerenia MF Damean Svizat

Honours