Konijnenpijp, Lutlommel

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Lutlommel VV is a relative newcomer to the national stage. Founded in 1938, the team from the Lommel hamlet played until 2010 in the Provincial Divisions. In that season (09-10) the club won the First Provincial Division Limburg and gains … Continued

De Visputten, Hoboken

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Club: KSK Hoboken (till Dec. 2004), RVC Hoboken (from 2005) Capacity: 3.450 Probably nowhere else in the country are two football stadiums as close together as in the Antwerp district Hoboken. Here Racing VC Hoboken and KSC Maccabi literally play in … Continued

Houtvoortstadion, Sint-Gillis-Waas

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“Football Club Sporting Sint-Gillis-Waas” was founded shortly after the second world war in 1945. The club with the blue and white shirt was awarded Matricule 4385 by the Belgian football association in March 1946. After promotion to the Fourth National Division in 1962, the team … Continued

FC Ajax Staadion, Lasnamäe, Estonia

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Club: FC Ajax Lasnamäe Capacity: +/- 1.000 Nothing illustrates the marginal status of Estonian club football better than the “Stadium” of the Top Division Club (2011 season) FC Ajax Lasnamäe. Founded in 1993 in the North East of Tallinn the club … Continued

Jahnstadion, Marl, Germany

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Jahnstadion, Marl Club: Marl Sly Dogs (Baseball), former stadium of TSV Marl-Hüls Capacity: 36.000 Constructed: 1924-1927, expanded 1948-1949, main stand 1962-1964 Attendance record: 18.000 TSV Marl-Hüls – Wuppertaler SV (1960) Factoids: 1984 Pop Festival Marl (Headliners The Cure) Number 33 on … Continued

De Leukens, Overpelt

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The Leukens is the former Stadium of KVV Overpelt-Fabriek even though during that time it was known as “Indusstadion“. VV (Vlug en Vrij; Fast and free) Overpelt was founded in 1937 and promoted to the 4th National Division in 1954. In 1957 … Continued

Houtstraat, Wellen

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The history of KVK Wellen began in 1961 when the merger of Eendracht Wellen and Sparta Wellen to Wellense SK took place. In 1971 the new team reached the Limburg First Provincial Division and remained there for over a decade. In 1985, the yellow-Blues became … Continued

Poststadion, Berlin-Moabit, Germany

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Construction: 1926-1929 Architect: Georg Demmler (D) Capacity: 60.100 (max.) – currently: 5.100 Opened: 28/05/1929 Memorable matches: 10/05/1930 Germany – England 3-3 (friendly) 24/06/1934 FC Schalke 04 – 1. FC Nürnberg 2-1 (Final German Championship) 21/06/1936 1. FC Nürnberg – Fortuna Düsseldorf … Continued

Henrylaan, Rotem

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Eendracht Club Rotem is one of the many Limburg teams that had a taste of the National Divisions In the early 1980s they were still in the Fourth National Division, now they reside in the lower Divisions of provincial football. The stadium at the Henry … Continued

Romeinseweg, Herderen

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Hedra Herderen was established in 1953 as FC Herderen and in 1957 added Hedra to their name. Hedra was a local company and their main sponsor and with them FC Herderen enjoyed a brief spell of success. The absolute highlight … Continued