After Waasland-Beveren, OHL and Beerschot were all included in 1A, Lierse Kempenzonen and the U23 Club Brugge eventually got a ticket for 1B.
Club NXT – as the Club promises are called – had to look for a stadium to play its home games. It caught the bone at Roeselare, who would have liked to play in 1B instead of the Club promises;
Fusion club SC Lokeren-Temse will open its doors to the residents of Bruges. “We are very grateful to the city of Lokeren and the fusion club SC Lokeren-Temse that Club NXT will be able to use the excellent football accommodation on Daknam for the home matches next season”, says Chief Sports Officer Roel Vaeyens.
Hans Van Duysen, chairman of SC Lokeren-Temse is also satisfied with the collaboration. “Our brand-new fusion club is proud that next season can share its stadium infrastructure with Club NXT, the reigning national champion among the U23.”
“In this way we can help the many talented youngsters from Bruges in their development into professional football players. We are convinced that their home matches in our region and even far beyond will attract a lot of interest from football fans.”