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Friday, 29 March 2019

Match schedule for 4th edition of KDB Cup is known

Paul Naudts, chairman of KDB Cup, is a happy man. “We have once again succeeded in bringing together a fantastic group of participants, with FC Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich, Chelsea FC, Feyenoord, Paris Saint-Germain, PSV, Odense BK and of course Kevin's Manchester City as well. The Belgian honor is defended by RSC Anderlecht, Club Brugge, KRC Genk and of course also by de Gantoise, KAA Gent. Our tournament already has a great reputation all over the world, we are overwhelmed with applications.”

The KDB Cup even received a request from the South Korean football federation that wanted to participate with a delegation from North Korea. “But all places were already taken. I am very happy with that success. A fantastic volunteer team works with heart and soul on our event for one year.

Sofie Bracke, alderman of Sports in Ghent since January and present at the draw, is also delighted. “These are home matches for me, I live in Drongen and my son played football here. After three months I notice how many committed people are behind the scenes at our sports clubs, like here. The KDB Cup is a fantastic tournament that we have supported from the first edition and it will stay that way for the comming editions.”

De Bruyne first took the serie heads of the tournament named after him in a recorded video message: Bayern Munich FC, Chelsea FC, Manchester City FC and FC Barcelona.

Then it was the turn of the U6 players of KVE Drongen to complete the rest of the game schedule.

In Group A FC Bayern Munich and Feyenoord Rotterdam take on Club Brugge.
In Group B Chelsea FC and Paris Saint Germain play against RSC Anderlecht.
In Group C Manchester City FC the employer of KDB, PSV Eindhoven and Racing Genk.
In Group D FC Barcelona, ​​Odense BK and KAA Gent do meet each other.

You can find the match schedule here