Royal Europa 90 Kraainem FC is an amateur football club that is emerging in Belgium as “the club of diversity”. Founded in the 1990s by a group of EU officials, its original members could not have imagined that, 25 years later, their club would be home to more than 350 young people from 42 countries. This multicultural diversity is visible throughout the Kraainem club; it is a part of its DNA and is its greatest asset. The club has always believed that football is a major driver of social inclusion. As a grassroots sports organisation, it cultivates the social capital that it gleans from this diversity and creates the conditions that enable people to “live together” at the community level. From these foundations, the club has built a unique project that has pioneered the inclusion of young refugees and asylum seekers.