Sevilla – Estadio Olímpico de La Cartuja

After a long walk from my hotel through the city center I ended up at Estadio Olímpico de La Cartuja (+- 20km..). The beautiful but modern ground was built in 1997 and opened in 1999. The stadium is 5-star rated by the UEFA and can hold 57.619 fans which means it’s one of the bigger grounds in Spain. It was actually built

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Lost Ground: SC Zichen-Zussen-Bolder – De Roosburg

SCZZB or Sportclub Zichen-Zussen-Bolder was found in 1955. In the 30’s the region still had 2 clubs, with Zussen VV from 1938 until 1946 and Stella Voetbalvereeniging Sichen-Sussen-Bolder from 1937 until 1948.  The club played most of their history at the 3th (33 seasons) and 4th provincial (14 seasons) levels. In the 80’s the club managed to play 2 season at

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Lost Ground: Verbroedering Maasmechelen

Another beautiful day, so I was on my way again to visit some unvisited grounds. My first stop was at a lost ground, which belonged to Verbroedering Maasmechelen. The ground is situated in the province of Limburg in Belgium, very nearby the second division club Patro Eisden. When I arrived at the ground, there was a very kind horse welcoming me. The club

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Lost Ground: FC Rapid Spouwen – Riemsterweg

It’s a cold afternoon and there is no much activity at all at the old ground of Rapid Spouwen. It actually doesn’t surprise me at all as this ground is completely lost since a few years. In 2002 Rapid Spouwen en GS Mopertingen merged to become Spouwen Mopertingen. Nowadays they play at the Norbert Beuls Stadion in Mopertingen.After the club merged,

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