Belgian Cup 4th Round after 202 days without Football

📆 18-9-2020. 🏆 Belgian Cup, Fourth Round. ⚽ FC Ganshoren – FC Dender EH 0-1 🏟️ Complexe Sportif de Ganshoren Yesterday exactly 202 days after my last game (Betis B Continue Reading →

The Valley, home of Charlton Athletic.

My visit of The Valley dates from End of November 2019, when they faced Cardiff City in an entertaining 2-2 draw. Unfortunately only this week Charlton ended 22nd in The Continue Reading →

La Bombonera

Home of Boca Juniors. Official name is Estadio Alberto J. Armando. The nickname Bombonera come from the Spanish word of Chocolate box or Candy box. The stadium was first built Continue Reading →

Estadio Diego Armando Maradona, home of Argentinos Juniors.

Estadio Diego Armando Maradona is located in Buenos Aires’ neighborhood of La Paternal. The stadium was built in 1904 and has nowadays a capacity of 24,000 fans. Argentinos Juniors is Continue Reading →

A walk from Highbury to the Emirates stadium

Some pictures made during my walk from Highbury and the remnants of the old Arsenal stadium to the new Emirates stadium In 2006 Arsenal moved from Highbury to nearby new-built Continue Reading →

Loftus Road, home of QPR.

Loftus Road is an all-seater football stadium in White City, London, which is home to Queens Park Rangers. On 7 June 2019, the club gifted the naming rights to the Continue Reading →

Gelbe Wand, BVB Borussia Dortmund, Signal Iduna Park.

Picture taken from the Gelbe Wand at BVB Borussia Dortmund’s stadium Signal Iduna Park, formerly known as Westfalen Stadion. The stadium has a league capacity of 81.365 and international capacity Continue Reading →

10 Must See Football Documentaries

Derby Days Berlin (Copa90) I’m a big fan of Copa 90’s Derby days series for years now. In this series Eli Mengem is visiting the most special football derbies all Continue Reading →

Estadio Tomas Adolfo Duco, CA Huracan in Buenos Aires.

Estadio Tomas Adolfo Duco is located in Parque Patricios neighborhood in Buenos Aires. It’s the stadium of football club CA Huracan. It was built in 1924 and has a capacity Continue Reading →

Groundhopping before Corona: Sevilla part 4, final stop at Betis Deportivo Balompié B.

📆1-3-2020. 🏆 Tercera Division, Group 10, Spain ⚽ Betis Balompié B – Conil CF 4-0 🏟️ Ciudad Deportiva Luis del Sol After seeing CF Sevilla two times (Europa league leg Continue Reading →