Simply photos of matchday and stadium visits, mainly in Belgium and the Netherlands, occasionally in Britain or farther afield. Others call it 'groundhopping', whereas I prefer using 'football tourism'... but things have run slightly out of control: therefore, this is Extreme Football Tourism.
Stade Paul Landeut, Noduwez = Nodevoorde (formerly JS Noduwez / B ground of RFC Orp-Noduwez) Belgium, province: Walloon Brabant February 2019 / no match visited
Note: JS Noduwez, founded in 1969, merged with R Albert FC Gethois Orp in 2006, forming RFC Orp-Noduwez. Since, first team football has been played at the ground in Orp-le-Petit (Klein Adorp); for some time, the pitch in Noduwez (Nodevoorde) remained in use for lower team football and training purposes, though for how long exactly is beyond my knowledge.
All photos: (c) W.B. Tukker / www.extremefootballtourism.blogspot.com. Publication of any of these images only after permission of author
Rue de la Chapelle Saint-Jean, Piétrain = Petrem (formerly Patro Piétrain FC) Belgium, province: Walloon Brabant February 2019 / no match visited Note: Patro Piétrain FC, founded in 1960, played at this ground until merging with RAS Jodoigne-Lathuy-Souveraine in 2009, forming RAS Jodoigne. The premises in Piétrain were taken over by a local rugby club, Rugby B.W. Est. The covered stand in these photos was most probably erected after 2009.
Sportpark De Strijphorst, Honselersdijk (SV Honselersdijk) Netherlands, province: South Holland 26 II 2019 / SV Honselersdijk - FC Rijnvogels 2-4 / District West II, Regional Cup R3 (last 32)
Note: SV Honselersdijk (SVH), founded in 1964, have played at their current premises since November 1979. Their former ground, 'Het Kasteel' (location: Johan van Oldenbarneveldtstraat), was taken over by the local tennis club.
Note: Sportpark Veenoord, inaugurated in 1954, was initially occupied by two Sunday League teams, NAB (Nieuw-Amsterdam Boys) & VHC (Veenoord-Holsloot Combinatie). In 1973, these two clubs, together with Saturday team NAVC (Nieuw-Amsterdamse Voetbalclub), concluded a merger, forming SV Twedo (Twedo being an abbreviation of Tweelingdorp or "Twin Town", a reference to the villages of Veenoord and Nieuw-Amsterdam forming one single agglomeration). Apart from football, Sportpark Veenoord is also in use for speedway races and (weather permitting) speed skating.