Heidestraat, Heppen

posted in: Limburg, Stadiums | 0

The Royal Excelsior Sportkring Leopoldsburg was formed in 2002 by the merger of 4th Divisionist Excelsior Heppen and the Provincial Division Sportkring Strooiendorp Leopoldsburg and moved into the stadium of Excelsior Heppen at the Heidestraat. The team takes the place of EFC Heppen in 4th National Division and quickly … Continued

Stade Communal d’Aubel, Aubel

posted in: Liège, Stadiums | 0

Aubel FC was founded in 1939 and reached its zenith at the end of the 1980 ‘s. In 1987 they won their Fourth Division and the Liégois were promoted to the Third National Division. It would bring no luck to Les Herbagers, … Continued

De Laak, Aarschot

posted in: Flemish Brabant, Stadiums | 0

The pitch at De Laak is nowadays used by the brand new club SC Aarschot. Most local footballsupporters however will remember it as the home ground of KVO Aarschot or even Aarschot Sport for the pensioners among them. Aarschot Sport was founded in 1924 … Continued

Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

posted in: Foreign, Stadiums | 0

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

posted in: Foreign, Stadiums | 0

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

posted in: Antwerp, Stadiums | 0

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