Sunday, 25 September 2016

BELGIUM: RFC Farciennes (1947-2014) / R Châtelet-Farciennes SC (B) (2015-2016) / R Châtelet-Farciennes SC (2016-2019) / Olympic Club Charleroi Farciennes (C) (2019-)

Rue des Marais, Farciennes (R Châtelet-Farciennes SC, formerly RFC Farciennes)

Belgium, province: Hainaut = Henegouwen

25 IX 2016 / Châtelet-Farciennes SC - Olympic Charleroi 2-2 / ACFF Div. 2 (= BE Div. 4)

Note 1: after the demise of RFC Farciennes (September 2014), its Stade des Marais remained unused for one year. Because the Farciennes town council was adamant that a new club should occupy the stadium, it asked Châtelet SC to fill the void. In 2015, the club was renamed Châtelet-Farciennes SC, with youth teams playing in Farciennes. One year later, the first team was moved away from the Stade Adrien Mura to Farciennes as well. In 2019, R Châtelet-Farciennes SC concluded a merger, this time with Olympic Club Charleroi, forming Olympic Charleroi-Châtelet-Farciennes (OCCF); first team football now inevitably moved to Olympic Charleroi's Stade Neuville, whilst the ground in Farciennes became home to part of the new club's youth academy; since the merger, OCCF's reserves have played at Rue Georges Tourneur in Marchienne-au-Pont. At that point, not only the reference to Châtelet in the club name was dropped, but the Stade Adrien Mura in Châtelet proper was abandoned as well.

Note 2: non-matchday photos (nos. 1-8) date back to July 2010.



























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

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