2014 - 2015
The new season had a nice start, Trainer Ferrera's contract was extended and the new main stand opened. Thanks to the WEST stand, Stayen can accommodate 12,500 people. Sint-Truiden won 10 matches in a row in the second half of the competition, which made the Truienaars the leader in the Proximus League after a few weeks. On matchday 29, STVV lost against KSK Heist, which meant the first loss in 21 games.
The season had an eventful end. Both Lommel and STVV competed for the title. Tensions between STVV and Stijn Vreven arose. Vreven was linked to Waasland-Beveren, in Lommel they thought that STVV had spread these rumors. Yellow-blue was therefore not happy about those rumors. Alain Coninx commented to the newspaper: "Stijn Vreven does not interest us. The fact that we would have brought this news out is just too crazy for words. Vreven is incredibly ridiculous in this way. "
Sunday, April 19, 2015, the penultimate matchday, was an unforgettable day for the team of Yannick Ferrera. With a whopping 31 buses, the Canaries traveled to Geel. The supporters were treated to a blissful football day. STVV won 1-4, while Lommel lost. The Truienaars therefore returned to the highest football class. This was celebrated exuberantly. After the match, the players and supporters gathered at the Grote Markt in Sint-Truiden for a great champion party.
'The Hell van Stayen' lived again completely. On the last day of play, Lommel United visited Stayen. The match had no interest for the competition, but for the team and supporters this was a special match. Everyone also counted that STVV was going to win. The champion match ended with a 2-1 win for the crazy Canaries. Yannick Ferrera's mission was accomplished.