KFC Kabouters Opglabbeek – Eendracht Louwel 01-09-2018

Over the years I had read and heard a lot of positive things about the Opglabbeek derby. With the merger between both clubs next season I had to visit the last derby being played at the ground of “De Kabouters”, which literally means “The Midgets”. A fantastic derby with good atmosphere, pyro and a game which went from one side

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Groundhopping in ‘The City of a Hundred Spires’

  As I was on holiday in Prague I was lucky that the Czech FA had scheduled 4 games at 1 weekend during my stay. The days hours were well planned and spread out with Dukla Praha – Viktoria Plzen on Friday, Sparta Praag – SFC Opava on Saturday, Viktoria Zizkov – MFK Chrudim on Sunday morning and Bohemians 1905 –

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Südweststadion – FC Arminia 03 Ludwigshafen

The Südweststadion in Ludwigshafen was built in 1937 and named after Adolf Hitler. The ground could originally hold 14.000 spectators. The ground was completely destroyed during the 2nd World War and by 1950 the stadium was already rebuilt. The ground was one of the most modern grounds in West Germany but the 1974 World Cup committee decided to pick the

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Season Review: 2017-2018

While the preparations for the 2018-2019 season are already started, my 2017-2018 season has come to end, after 199 games with 743 goals in 7 different countries (Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, England, Spain, Luxembourg and France), visiting 163 new grounds. From the beautiful anthem in Sevilla to Liverpool beating Maribor, followed by a last minute equaliser in the East Anglian Derby and a pitch

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