Thursday, 28 September 2017

LUXEMBOURG: FC Sporting Steinfort (1923-1940, 1944-2007) / FK Steinfort (1940-1944) / Sporting Club Steinfort (2007-)

Demy Steichen, Steinfort (Sporting Club Steinfort, formerly FC Sporting Steinfort & FK Steinfort)

Luxembourg, canton: Capellen

27 IX 2017 / SC Steinfort - FC Blo Wäiss Medernach 1-1 / Division 1 Série 1 (= LUX level 3)

Note: when the German occupied Luxembourg in World War II, the oppressors stripped FC Sporting Steinfort of their English epithet and renamed the club FK Steinfort; after the war, the old club name was reinstated. In 2007, FC Sporting Steinfort merged with Sporting Club Lissabon Luxembourg to form Sporting Club Steinfort.













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BELGIUM: RJSC Vesquevilloise (1966-2017)

Rue de Moircy, Vesqueville (JSC = Jeunesse Sportive et Culturelle Vesquevilloise)

Belgium, province: Luxembourg

September 2017 / no match visited











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LUXEMBOURG: FC Progrès 08 Grund (1908-1940, 1944-1978) / FV 08 Grund (1940-1944) / FC Yougo Grund-Cessange (1978-1980) / FC Progrès Cessange (1980-2001) / FC Cessange Bracarenses Grund 2001 (2001-) / FC AS Luxembourg Porto (2008-)

Boy Konen, Cessange (FC Cessange Bracarenses Grund 2001 & FC Amis des Sports Luxembourg Porto, formerly FC Progrès 08 Grund, FV 08 Grund, FC Yougo Grund-Cessange & FC Progrès Cessange)

Luxembourg, canton: Luxembourg

24 IX 2017 / FC CeBra 01 - US Esch 0-4 / Luxembourg Cup R1

Note: photos 2 & 3 date back to a non-matchday visit in March 2011. Picture 7 shows the team of FC CeBra 01 which hosted US Esch in the 24 IX 2017 cup encounter.















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

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

BELGIUM: RCS Saint-Louis Athus (1926-1958) / RSC Athusien (B) (1958-2016) / RSC Athusien (2016-)

Rue Haute, Athus (RSC Athusien, formerly RCS Saint-Louis Athus)

Belgium, province: Luxembourg

24 IX 2017 / SC Athusien - ES Châtillon 2-3 / Belgian Luxembourg, Provincial League 3E (= BE level 8)

Note: the Rue Haute ground in Athus has a long history, as it was the stadium of R Cercle Sportif Saint-Louis Athus, the town's catholic club. After the merger with RFC JS Athusienne in 1958, forming RSC Athusien, first team football moved to the former JS ground, Rue de France (which is just across the railroad, literally no more than a stone's throw away). The Rue Haute remained in use for lower team football and training purposes. In 2016, however, it was decided upon to leave the Rue de France stadium and move all activities to the more modernly equipped youth ground. As a result, regular first team football returned to the Rue Haute for the first time since the late 1950s, though it has to be pointed out that CS Saint-Louis played its matches on what is now pitch 2 of Rue Haute.
















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