Wednesday, 12 December 2018

NETHERLANDS: vv Victoria '03 (2014-)

Sportpark Albano, Oudenbosch (vv Victoria '03)

Netherlands, province: North Brabant

11 XII 2018 / vv Victoria '03 - HVV '24 1-0 / District South I, Regional Cup R2

Note: vv Victoria '03, a merger of RKVV VES '35 and vv Oudenbosch concluded in 2003, moved away from their old ground, Sportpark Pagnevaart, in 2014. The old main stand was taken along and rebuilt brick by brick at Victoria's new ground, Sportpark Albano - which is only several dozens of yards away from vv Oudenbosch' former ground, which was abandoned in 2003.











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

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

BELGIUM: KRC Gavere (1940-2001) / KFC Gavere-Asper (2001-)

Sportdreef, Gavere (KFC Gavere-Asper, formerly K Racing Club Gavere)

Belgium, province: East-Flanders

9 XII 2018 / KFC Gavere-Asper - KSV Maarkedal 2-0 / East-Flanders, Provincial League 3C (= BE level 8)

Note 1: In 2001, RC Gavere, founded in 1940, merged with Sparta Asper, forming KFC Gavere-Asper. Since, first team football has been played at Gavere's ground. 

Note 2: picture 1 dates back to a non-matchday visit, September 2018.




















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

Monday, 10 December 2018

BELGIUM: SK Sint-Pieters Merelbeke (1966-1991) / SK Merelbeke (1991-) / FC Rangers Merelbeke (2017-)

Zwijnaardsesteenweg, Merelbeke (SK Merelbeke & FC Rangers Merelbeke, formerly SK Sint-Pieters Merelbeke)

Belgium, province: East-Flanders

8 XII 2018 / FC Rangers Merelbeke - SK Wichelen 0-1 / East-Flanders, Provincial League 4D (= BE level 9)

Note: SK Sint-Pieters Merelbeke, founded in 1956 as FC Sint-Pieters Gent, were renamed SK Sint-Pieters Merelbeke in 1966 and SK Merelbeke in 1991. From 2017 onwards, FC Rangers Merelbeke, a club originally named FC Afro-Belge and hailing from Ghent, have been groundsharing with SK Merelbeke at the Zwijnaardsesteenweg ground.


















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