How can I create my Standard member account and get RoucheID?

In accordance with the Royal Ticketing Decree and Football Law applied in Belgium, anyone wishing to attend a professional football match must be identified and registered in advance with the club using their identity card, in order to obtain a personalized ticket corresponding to the person actually presenting themselves at the stadium gates. If you wish to come to watch a Standard de Liège match, you must have already created your account and received your RoucheID.

To create your account, you have two options:

1. Register online

To register online, you will need to have your identity card and your mobile phone/smartphone ready.

  • Go to
  • Start the registration process by clicking on "Create an account" at the top right of the page.
  • Enter your mobile phone number and confirm using the confirmation code sent to you by SMS. Please note that one phone number can only be associated with one account. If you want to create multiple accounts, each person must go through the process with their own number.

  • Follow the identity verification process (take a photo of your ID document, a selfie, etc.) after entering your personal information.
  • Once your identity is verified, your account will be automatically created, and you will receive a confirmation email, which will include your RoucheID.
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2. Register at the ticket office

You can also register by visiting the ticket office with the identity cards of the people for whom you want to create an account. Please note that photocopies of identity cards are not accepted.


3. Get your RedCard

Once your account is activated, you have the right to request a RedCard* from the Ticket Office. This card will allow you to make purchases (drinks, food) within the stadium and can be recharged directly online.

*On match days, we no longer print RedCards starting from 1.5 hours before the match.

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