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 Docteur Jean Huart, Antoing (RAS Pays-Blanc Antoinien) Belgium, province: Hainaut = Henegouwen 21 III 2015 / RAS Pays-Blanc Antoinien (B) - AC Estaimbourg (B) 0-0 / Hainaut, Provincial League 3A (= BE level 7) 16 IV 2017 / RAS Pays-Blanc Antoinien - RFC Molenbaix 1-0 / Hainaut, Provincial League 2A (= BE level 7) Note 1: combination of photos of two different match visits: photos 1-19: April 2017 / photos 20-27: March 2015. The April 2017 match was the last encounter played at this ground before the installation of a synthetic pitch. Note 2: the ground has been named after Dr. Jean Huart, Antoing's mayor during World War II. In order to prevent male inhabitants of his town from being deported to the Reich, he cunningly put them to work in the Ratiau, a derelict stone quarry in Antoing's town centre - thus claiming work force which otherwise would have fallen victim to the German oppressors' Arbeitseinsatz. Instead, the labourers worked on turning the quarry into a public park, which, after the war, was turned into a sports facility.