Standard Liege are a Belgian football club that are based in the city of Liege. The club wear red home shirts with white trim where their shirts are supplied by Spanish brand Joma. having won the Belgian league on ten occasions Standard Liege are one of the most successful clubs in the country.
Standard Liege were founded in 1898 where they were first called Standard Football Club. The club went through a series of name changes and in 1972 they were named Royal Standard de Liege which they are currently called today. The club play their home games at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne which holds over 30,000 people.
Belgium's top tier club of Standard Liege unveil their entire Kappa made kit range for 2016/17. With the Belgium First Division A commencing in recent weeks, Standard Liege have revealed the home, away, and third shirts to be used within their 2016/17 campaign which all share the same modernly st [...]
Belgian side Standard Liege have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Spanish brand Joma, the new home kit for Liege features the club's trademark red and white colours in a unique red band design similar to an Ajax home shirt [...]
Belgian club Standard Liège have unveiled their new Joma kits for the 2013/14 season [...]
The Belgian club are nicknamed 'Rouches' meaning 'red' in Belgium due to their red home jerseys. The club have won several titles in Belgian football including over five Belgian Cups and over 4 Belgian Supercups as well as the 1982 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. The club were runners-up in the 1996 UEFA Intertoto Cup.
The club's away shirts usually comprise of either white, grey or dark blue colours. Guy Hellers holds the club record for the most appearances with 474 and Jean Capelle holds the record for the most club goals with 245.