Warandestadium, Diest

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The city of Diest started the works on the multi-purpose Warande Stadium after World War II in 1946. The first team to make the stadium its home ground was the local Hooger Op Diest which merged with Standaard Atletiek Diest in 1948 … Continued

Zonhoevestraat, Beverst

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White Star Beverst was one of the many strong teams from the Mid Limburg area who crowded the lower National Divisions at the end of the 70s and the beginning of the 80s. Unfortunately, as with the majority of those … Continued

Allewijstraat, Vlijtingen

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For over 50 years the pitch on the Allewijstraat has been used for competitive football and between 1975 and 1980 the team of Vlijtingen Vlug en Vrij (Vlijtingen Quick and Free) welcomed teams like Westerlo, Seraing and Lommelse SK in … Continued

Ten Hove, Kermt

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Ten Hove is he former stadium of KSK Kermt, a defunct Third Division team from the Kermt borough of Hasselt, the capital of the Limburg province. In 2001 KSK Kermt merged with former glory Sporting Hasselt. For two seasons the … Continued

Dreef, Opstal

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The birth of football club Eendracht Opstal was in 1953 in Opstal, a municipality of Buggenhout in East Flanders. When the club joined the Belgian FA two years later they were given matriculation 5681. For years the yellow and blacks … Continued