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KRC Genk joins the FBIN Football Network

The Belgian top club joins the global football business network with the aim to develop their fan engagement programs together with FBIN.

With four national titles and five cup wins, KRC Genk is the third most successful club in Belgium in the past 25 years. Together with their supporters they write a unique story. Professionalism and talent development are literally in the club’s DNA and as a source for talent KRC Genk is proud to have been able to bring many big names to major competitions in Europe.

Now the club, currently leading the table of the Jupiler Pro League, becomes the latest member of the FBIN Football Network.

FBIN is a global platform for people working in football industry with the goal to promote international exchange, share knowledge and facilitate strong, sustainable connections. Full focus lies on non-sporting topics, such as organisational development, commercialisation, or marketing.

With the FBIN Football Network, FBIN supports rights holders in their development and growth by providing them with inspiration, knowledge, connections, and services.

“In support of the FBIN network we are looking forward to bring our fan engagement programs towards a next level with respect towards our unique local and talent focused identity,” says Tim Evens, Fan Service Coordinator of KRC Genk.

“With FBIN, we are currently building a global platform for leaders, curious people, forward-thinking minds and ultimately for all people who work in the football business industry. FBIN aims to become a central hub for people who are looking for inspiration, new ideas and potential solutions to problems and who want to exchange ideas with colleagues from all over the world in an educated and reliable way. We are proud that one of the leading Belgian clubs trusts us to support them in their endeavours. Welcome to the network, KRC Genk,” says Thomas Maurer, Managing Director of FBIN.

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