Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

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UEFA ***** Constructed: 1969-1972 Architects: Günther Behnisch & Frei Otto Capacity: 69.267 (63.666 during Internationals) Opened: 26/05/1972 West-Germany – USSR 4-1 Memorable games: – Final WC 1974: Netherlands – West-Germany 1-2 – Final EC 1 1979: Nottingham Forest – Malmö FF 1-0 – Final European … Continued

Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland

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Dalymount Park, Phibsborough-Dublin 7 Construction: 1901 (expaned and renovated in 1907, 1927, 1999) Architect: Unknown Nickname: Dalyer Clubs: Bohemian FC (1901-…), Shamrock Rovers FC (2005), Dublin City (2006) Opened: 07/09/1901 Bohemian FC – Shelbourne FC 4-2 Capacity: 45.000 (max.) – … Continued

Kattenstadion, Meerhout

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The history of Verbroedering Meerhout dates back to 1927 when FC Meerhout Sport was founded, joined the Begian F.A. and received Matricule 893. The club worked its way through the Provincial Divisions and in 1960 gained promotion to the First … Continued

Riemsterweg, Kleine-Spouwen

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The old stadium of Rapid Spouwen is seemingly deserted on this Sunday morning. Not entirely surprising because after Rapid Spouwen and Gold Star Mopertingen merged in 2002 the stadium on the Riemstersteenweg was abandoned for the more modern accommodations in … Continued

Ernest Sterckx Stadion, Heultje

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The Ernest Sterckx sports complex is named after the most famous sports figure in the history of the small municipality of Westerlo. In the years after World War II Ernest “Nestje“ Sterckx won as a professional cyclist, among other races, … Continued

Meerstraat, Londerzeel

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Delta Londerzeel was founded on 18 July 1937 and joined the Belgian Football Association as VC Delta Meerstraat. In their second season the club changed the name Meerstraat to Londerzeel so other teams no longer had to go on a … Continued