Belgium, province: West-Flanders
12 II 2018 / KV Kortrijk Reserves - SC Charleroi Reserves 1-1 / Reserves' League 1A group 2
24 IX 2018 / KV Kortrijk Reserves - AA Gent Reserves 4-2 / Reserves' League 1A
Note 1: this ground is what has been left of what originally was a much bigger stadium - the ground of the former Stade Courtrai. Stade Courtrai was founded in 1922 as a merger between Eendracht Kortrijk and Patronaat Sint-Rochus, two clubs not affiliated to the Belgian Football Association. Stade became Belgian FA members one year later, in 1923. In 1951, the club name was changed to Stade Kortrijk (Kortrijk being the Dutch name of the town known as Courtray in English and Courtrai in French). Finally, in 1971, Stade Kortrijk merged with Kortrijk Sport, becoming KV Kortrijk. First team football has since been played at Kortrijk Sport's ground at Menenstraat, usually referred to nowadays as Guldensporenstadion; Stade's ground, on the other hand, has remained in use for training purposes and lower team matches. Moreover, in 2014, a non-league club, VK Wikings Kortrijk, moved their first team matches to Weversstraat.
Note 2: below, a compilation of photos of two match visits: pictures 1, 3 & 5 = February 2018 / pictures 2, 4 & 6-17 = September 2018.