KHC Dragons

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Club biography

KHC Dragons continue to push the boundaries of Belgian club hockey and host the FINAL4 in the country for the very first time. It means their famous D-Side fans will give them a rousing home support as they meet Rot-Weiss Köln in a repeat of a 2013 FINAL4 which ended 4-4 before Dragons won out in a shoot-out.

They won through their derby date with Racing Club de Bruxelles in the KO16 before producing a comprehensive victory over Racing Club de France to ease into the FINAL4.

The tournament could act as a rousing send-off for Thomas Briels who will move to HC Oranje-Rood next season. He forms part of a cracking line-up with FIH Rising Star of 2016 Arthur van Doren flanked by drag-flickers Alexander Hendrickx at the back while Felix Denayer and Florent van Aubel provide magic further up the pitch.

They also have Loic van Doren, Fabrice van Bockrijck, Robbert Rubens, Thomas Verheijen and Henri Raes from the Under-21 World Cup silver medal winning side.

An EHL ticket for next season is also assured as they topped the Belgian regular league season and they added their third consecutive Belgian title two weeks ago for good measure.

They are aiming to be the first Belgian side to win the EHL having previously finished second and third on two occasions.

EHL History
2010/11 - KO8
2011/12 - Third place
2012/13 - Finalists
2013/14 - Third place
2014/15 - KO8
2015/16 - KO16

Route to FINAL4 
KO16 beat Racing Club de Bruxelles 2-1
KO8 beat Racing Club de France 5-1

Players of
KHC Dragons

  • Alex Hendrickx
    Belgium

  • Anthony Buytaert
    Belgium

  • Arthur van Doren
    Belgium

  • Fabrice Van Bockrijck
    Belgium

  • Felix Denayer
    Belgium

  • Florent van Aubel
    Belgium

  • Henri Raes
    Belgium

  • Jeffrey Thys
    Belgium

  • Jeremy Celis
    Belgium

  • Koen De Waal
    Belgium

  • Loic Van Doren
    Belgium

  • Louis Philippe Stevens
    Belgium

  • Manu Leroy
    Belgium

  • Mathieu Rombouts
    Belgium

  • Matthias Dierckens
    France

  • Robbert Rubens
    Belgium

  • Sebastiaan Geers
    Netherlands

  • Sebastien Heymans
    Belgium

  • Steven Butler
    Ireland

  • Thibaud Van Der Putten
    Belgium

  • Thibault Thomas
    Belgium

  • Thomas Briels
    Belgium

  • Thomas Verheijen
    Belgium

  • Timothy Luyten
    Belgium