Thursday, 9 February 2017

BELGIUM: CS Quévy-le-Grand (1928-1934) / AS Quévy-le-Grand (1945-1989) / RUS Genly-Quévy 89 (1989-2012) / RUS Genly-Quévy 89 (B) (2012-2015)

Sentier de l'Eglise, Quévy-le-Grand (formerly CS Quévy-le-Grand, AS Quévy-le-Grand & RUS Genly-Quévy 89)

Belgium, province: Hainaut = Henegouwen

20 V 2012 / US Genly-Quévy 89 - ES Couvin-Mariembourg 1-0 / Interprovincial Promotion Play-Off (= BE level 5)

Note 1: as a result of the victory against Couvin-Mariembourg, US Genly-Quévy were promoted to (national) League 4 for the first time in the club's history. It also was their last first team match in Quévy-le-Grand. As the pitch did not have the correct measurements for the Belgian national leagues - it was too short -, US Genly-Quévy were forced to move to their B pitch in Genly in 2012. Between 2012 and 2015, the Sentier de l'Eglise ground was home to just US Genly-Quévy's B team. When RUS Genly-Quévy took on the new name of Albert Quévy-Mons in 2015 and first team football was moved to the Charles Tondreau stadium in Mons/Bergen, the Sentier de l'Eglise ground was left once and for all.

Note 2: the series below is a compilation of two visits: the match visit in 2012 (photos 1-19), and a non-matchday visit to the sorry remnants of the ground in February 2017 (photos 20-29).




























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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