2022 WORLD CUP - DAY 03 - GROUP F - BELGIUM VS CANADA 1:0

Belgium beats Canada

23 Nov 2022
STARS IN EUROPE - GAMBIA - CLUB - BUBACARR SANNEH MOVES TO BELGIUM CHAMPIONS ANDERLECHT

Sanneh moves to the most successful Belgian football team in European competitions.

3 Sep 2018
NATIONAL TEAM - GAMBIA - COACH - Tom Saintfiet named new Gambia coach

Saintfiet takes over from former Gambia international Sang Ndong.

18 Jul 2018
2018 WORLD CUP - DAY 24 - THIRD PLACE - BELGIUM VS ENGLAND 2:0

Belgium beat England in World Cup third-place playoff 

14 Jul 2018
2018 WORLD CUP - DAY 22 - SEMI-FINALS - FRANCE VS BELGIUM 1:0

France beat Belgium to reach the World Cup final.

10 Jul 2018
2018 WORLD CUP - DAY 20 - QUARTER-FINALS - BRAZIL VS BELGIUM 1:2

Belgium advance to semi-finals

6 Jul 2018
2018 WORLD CUP - DAY 18 - LAST SIXTEEN - BELGIUM VS JAPAN 3:2

Belgium advance to quarter-finals

2 Jul 2018
2018 WORLD CUP - DAY 15 - GROUP G - ENGLAND VS BELGIUM 0:1

Both teams advance to the round of the last sixteen.

28 Jun 2018

Christian Kabasele
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 07/2016


Personal information
Date of birth

24 February 1991
Place of birth
Lubumbashi, Zaire
Height
1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position
Centre-back

Club information
Current team

Watford
Number
6

 

BELGIUM
WATFORD FC  Season 2016-
Article

Senior career*

Eupen
2008-2011
9x apps / 0x goal

→ Mechelen (loan)
2011
4x apps / 1x goal

Ludogorets Razgrad
2011-2012
11x apps / 3x goals

Eupen
2012-2014
41x apps / 6x goals

Genk
2014-2016
76x apps / 6x goals

Watford
2016-
0x apps / 0x goals


National team

Belgium U18
2009
1x apps / 0x goal

Belgium U19
2009-2010
10x apps  / 5x goals

Belgium U20
2010
1x apps / 0x goal

Belgium U21
2011
1x apps / 0x goal

 

(* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 February 2016.)


Christian Kabasele is a footballer who currently plays as a defender for Watford in the Premier League.


Club career
Kabasele started his career with Eupen.

On 27 January 2011, Mechelen confirmed Kabasele has joined on loan until the end of the season.

He made his debut on 12 February in a 3:1 home win against Westerlo, coming on as a substitute for Jonathan Wilmet.

He scored his first league goal for Mechelen in a 2:1 away victory against Lierse on 8 April.

On 22 August 2011, Kabasele joined Bulgarian club Ludogorets Razgrad on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.

On 19 November 2011, he opened his account for Ludogorets, scoring a last-minute goal in a 2:0 home win over Kaliakra Kavarna in an A PFG match.

On 16 August 2012, Kabasele rejoined his first team Eupen on a two-year contract.

 

International career
Kabasele was named as part of the senior Belgium squad for UEFA Euro 2016.