Sunday, 20 September 2020

NETHERLANDS: SV Vaassen

Sportpark De Kouwenaar Zuid, Vaassen (Sportvereniging Vaassen)

Netherlands, province: Guelders = Gelderland

20 IX 2020 / SV Vaassen - zvv AZC 0-5 / District East, Sunday League 3B (= NL level 8)


















All photos: (c) W.B. Tukker / www.extremefootballtourism.blogspot.com. Publication of any of these images only after permission of author

Friday, 18 September 2020

BELGIUM: JS Roselies (1967-1975) / AS Panama Roselies (1975-1979) / Jeunesse Turque (1982-)

Rue de la Praile, Roselies (Jeunesse Sportive Turque, formerly Jeunesse Sportive Roselies / AS Panama Roselies)

Belgium, province: Hainaut = Henegouwen

13 IX 2020 / Jeunesse Turque - Trazegnies Sports 2-1 / Hainaut, Provincial League 2C (= BE level 7)

Note 1: JS Roselies, the original club playing at this ground, were founded in 1967, but changed their name to become AS Panama Roselies in 1975. In 1979, AS Panama Roselies were absorbed into AS Ch√Ętelineau. In 1982, a new club saw the daylight: Jeunesse Sportive Turque, commonly referred to as Jeunesse Turque or Jeunesse Turque Roselies.

Note 2: pictures nrs. 1-8 below date back to a non-matchday visit, April 2019. 























All photos: (c) W.B. Tukker / www.extremefootballtourism.blogspot.com. Publication of any of these images only after permission of author

BELGIUM: VS Destelbergen (±1979-2020) / RC Destelbergen (?-1984) / FC Destelbergen (B) (2020-)

Kerkham, Destelbergen (FC Destelbergen - B ground, formerly VoetbalSport Destelbergen / Racing Club Destelbergen)

Belgium, province: East Flanders

September 2020 / no match visited

Note: VoetbalSport Destelbergen, founded in 1966 as a recreational team, settled down at Kerkham around the year of 1979. In the first few years of their stay, they groundshared there with another recreational club, RC Destelbergen, who left for another ground in 1984. In 2005, VS Destelbergen joined East Flanders' regular provincial leagues. Finally, in 2020, VS Destelbergen were absorbed by their near neighbours FC Destelbergen, who have since used the ground at Kerkham for training purposes and lower team football.







All photos: (c) W.B. Tukker / www.extremefootballtourism.blogspot.com. Publication of any of these images only after permission of author

BELGIUM: KFC Olympia Gent (1947-2015) / SV Wondelgem (2015-)

Stadion Neptunus, Ghent Wondelgem (SV Wondelgem, formerly KFC Olympia Gent)

Belgium, province: East Flanders

13 IX 2020 / SV Wondelgem - Lando Sport Merendree Reserves 3-4 / East Flanders, Sunday Reserves' League 3C

Note: FC (Football Club) Olympia Gent, founded in 1947, merged with FC (Fusieclub) Gent in 1999 to become KFC (Koninklijke Fusieclub) Olympia Gent, who changed their name back to the original Koninklijke Football Club Olympia Gent in 2008. Finally, in 2015, the club were evicted from their ground by Ghent's city council due to heavy debts due to the town, who own the ground. Immediately, a successor club saw the daylight, SV Wondelgem, who, however, have not entered a first team in the regular provincial leagues yet. In fact, after starting with youth teams only, the 2020/2021 season is the first for which a senior team took part in the reserves' leagues on behalf of SV Wondelgem - and the match which I attended, was this team's first official game. Stadion Neptunus is also used by KAA Gent's women's teams.















All photos: (c) W.B. Tukker / www.extremefootballtourism.blogspot.com. Publication of any of these images only after permission of author