Simply photos of matchday and stadium visits, mainly in Belgium and the Netherlands, occasionally in Britain or farther afield. Others call it 'groundhopping', whereas I prefer using 'football tourism'... but things have run slightly out of control: therefore, this is Extreme Football Tourism.
Complex Breivelde, Grotenberge (Eendracht Elene-Grotenberge, formerly Eendracht Grotenberge) Belgium, province: East Flanders 12 I 2019 / Eendracht Elene-Grotenberge - SK Lochristi 2-3 / East Flanders, Provincial League 1 (= BE level 6)
Note: Eendracht Grotenberge, founded in 1943, merged with Eendracht Elene in 2014, forming Eendracht Elene-Grotenberge. Whilst Grotenberge's ground was being refurbished in the first season of the existence of the new merger club, Elene-Grotenberge played their first team matches at the Jules Matthysstadion in Zottegem, where Eendracht Elene had already been groundsharing with KSV Sottegem since 2012.
Stade Jean-Claude Flament, Genappe = Genepiën Loupoigne (FC Genappe, formerly RCS Ways-Genappe) Belgium, province: Walloon Brabant 6 I 2019 / FC Genappe B - R Wavre-Limal 3-0 / Brabant, ACFF Provincial League 2B (= BE level 7)
Note: CS Waysien, founded in 1932 and changing names to become RCS Ways-Genappe in 1978, moved into the Stade Jean-Claude Flament in 1985 (though its official inauguration did not take place until five years later), leaving behind their old ground at Rue de Ways. In 2017, a merger was concluded with FC Houtain-Genappe; since, the ground in Houtain-le-Mont has been left behind, as all football is being played in Loupoigne.