Colin Coosemans is a Belgian professional football player who primarily plays as a goalkeeper. He was born on March 3, 1992, in Eeklo, Belgium. Coosemans started his professional career at KRC Genk, a Belgian club, where he made his debut in the 2011-2012 season. However, he struggled to secure a regular spot in the team and was loaned out to several other clubs including Westerlo and Waasland-Beveren. In 2017, Coosemans joined the Greek club PAS Giannina, where he became the first-choice goalkeeper. He had a successful spell at the club, making numerous appearances and impressing with his performances. In 2019, Coosemans returned to Belgium and signed with the club KV Mechelen. He quickly established himself as the club's first-choice goalkeeper and played a crucial role in their promotion to the Jupiler Pro League, Belgium's top division. Colin Coosemans has also represented the Belgian national team at various youth levels, including the under-19 and under-21 teams. However, he is yet to make his senior national team debut. Overall, Coosemans is known for his shot-stopping abilities, agility, and commanding presence in the goal. He continues to be an important player for KV Mechelen, contributing to their success in domestic competitions.