Tuesday, 2 July 2013

BELGIUM: RACS Couillet (1919-2009) / FC Charleroi (2013-2014) / Football Couillet-Marcinelle (2013-2016) / Racing Charleroi-Couillet-Fleurus (2014-2017) / RAS Monceau (2017-)

Stade Fiestaux-Eugène Van Walleghem, Couillet (RAS Monceau, formerly RACS Couillet / FC Charleroi / Racing Charleroi-Couillet-Flerus / Football Couillet-Marcinelle)

Belgium, province: Hainaut = Henegouwen

25 VIII 2013 / FC Charleroi - ES Acrenoise 0-5 / Belgium, League 4A

Note 1: first (snow) photo dates back to December 2009.


Note 2: RACS Couillet (until 1977 R Amical Cercle Sportif Couillet, between 1977 and 2009 R Association Cercle Sportif Couillet following the merger with US Couillet d'Amérique) merged with AA Louviéroise (2009) and duly left the Stade Fiestaux. When La Lou in its turn merged with URS Centre (2011), Couillet returned to the Charleroi region, choosing the new name FC Charleroi and playing its home games in the Neuville stadium. In 2013, FC Charleroi's president, Leone, bought a Div. 3 team (Heppignies), renaming it Charleroi-Fleurus and moving it to Neuville. Remaining the president of FC Charleroi as well, Leone allowed the club to return to Couillet after a four year absence - however, without any budget. In 2017, he sold FC Charleroi-Couillet-Fleurus' matricule to RAAL La Louvière, a newly founded club project. De facto, this hailed the end of RCCF.




























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