Monday, 25 October 2021

BELGIUM: KV Brucom Sportief (1927-2020) / Leeuw Brucom (B) (2020-)

Pijnbroekstraat, Sint-Pieters-Leeuw Brukom (B ground of Leeuw Brucom, formerly KV Brucom Sportief)

Belgium, province: Flemish Brabant

23 X 2021 / Leeuw Brucom Reserves - EMI Essene Reserves 1-10 / Flemish Brabant, Saturday Reserves, group G

Note: Voetbalklub Brucom Sportief, founded in 1927 (matricule 1081), were a Société Royale from 1952 onwards. In 2020, the club ceased all activities, as they were absorbed into SK Leeuw (matricule 9246), who subsequently took on the name Leeuw Brucom. First team football takes place at the former SK Leeuw's ground at Lotstraat, while the premises in Brukom have remained in use for training purposes and lower team football.


















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

BELGIUM: KVC Itna Itterbeek (1949-2021)

Herdebeekstraat, Sint-Anna-Pede (formerly KVC Itna Itterbeek)

Belgium, province: Flemish Brabant

October 2021 / no match visited

Note: VC Itna Itterbeek, founded in 1949, became members of the Royal Belgian Football Association four years later. In 1999, the club acquired the royal epithet, becoming a Société Royale. Six years on, in 2005, a smaller club in the vicinity, Verbroedering Koeivijver-Pede, were absorbed into Itna - it was officially a merger, but the club name Itna Itterbeek remained unchanged, with first team football taking place at Herdebeekstraat and Koeivijver-Pede's Kapelleveld remaining in use for training purposes and lower team football. In 2021, in preparation of a merger with Bodegem-Kapelle United (BOKA United) scheduled for the summer of 2022, KVC Itna abandoned their A ground at Herdebeekstraat and moved in with BOKA at their ground at Lumbeekstraat, Sint-Ulriks-Kapelle













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

Tuesday, 19 October 2021

FRANCE: AC Cambrésien

Stade de la Liberté, Camerick = Cambrai = Kamerijk (Athlétic Club Cambrésien)

France, department: Nord

October 2021 / no match visited

Note: AC Cambrésien, founded in 1919, have played their first team football in the Stade de la Liberté from the ground's inauguration in 1952 onwards.











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

BELGIUM: ASC Baudour

Stade Communal 'Raoul Leclercq', Baudour (Amical Sporting Club Baudour)

Belgium, province: Hainaut = Henegouwen

17 X 2021 / ASC Baudour - FC Casteau B 8-3 / Hainaut, Provincial League 4C (= BE level 9)

Note 1: The oldest football club in the village, ASC Baudour have played in the Stade Raoul Leclercq, situated in Baudour's Parc Communal, from the club's foundation in 1965 onwards. At some point in the 1960s or early 1970s, the pitch was moved several dozens of yards to the south - and adorned with a small covered stand and three steps of terracing on the opposite side. 

Note 2: Below, a compilation of photos of two different visits: pictures 1-8 = non-matchday visit, June 2019 / pictures 9-29 = match visit, October 2021. Photos 16, 19, 24 & 27 courtesy of Anneke te Boekhorst.




























All photos: (c) W.B. Tukker (co-edited by J.C. te Boekhorst) / www.extremefootballtourism.blogspot.com. Publication of any of these images only after permission of author