Internia stands for ‘internaat in actie’ (boarding school in action). Our colours are green and black. We were founded in 1991, but that surely isn’t the end of the story. As our name suggests we initially were a boarding school club. With the disappearance of the boarding school some young, enthusiastic members decided that this couldn’t be the end of the club. In 2000 Internia was transformed into a West-Flemish club, under the guidance of Benny Demonie. After many years of growing and with the tradition of uniting people from all corners of West Flanders, we hadn’t reached our final form. Considering the fact that we weren’t the only West-Flemish club in Ghent, we had to make agreements in order to divide the regions. Even under these circumstances we kept a clear head. The region of Tielt and its environs (Tielt, Pittem, Kuurne, Harelbeke, Wielsbeke, Oostrozebeke, Dentergem, Wingene, Ruiselede, Meulebeke, Lichtervelde and Ingelmunster) were entrusted under our soft, competent and collegiate wings. From day one we kept growing and right now we consist of 50 active members. Our club night takes place on Mondays in our regular bar ‘Salto’, but weekly we organise one additional activity so we guarantee that everyone will find something of their liking.