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Re: Belgium

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Apr 07, 2012 9:29 am

Standard Liege - Anderlecht Bruxelles , 6.04.2012

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Standard - Genk 06.05.12

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Postby Irascibil » Sat May 12, 2012 12:41 pm

Antwerp wicked protest :)
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Re: Belgium

Postby YAKUZA » Tue May 15, 2012 10:11 am

Derby not protest :)
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Re: Belgium

Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Thu May 17, 2012 2:34 pm

Standard de Liège - RC Genk, 06-05-2012.

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Re: Belgium

Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Thu May 17, 2012 2:41 pm

Irascibil wrote:Antwerp wicked protest :)
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YAKUZA wrote:Derby not protest :)

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Re: Belgium

Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Thu May 17, 2012 2:44 pm

Standard de Liège - AA Gent, 10-05-2012.

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Re: Belgium

Postby Feyenoord-Boys » Thu May 17, 2012 2:45 pm

RSC Anderlecht - Standard de Liège, 13-05-2012.

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Re: Belgium

Postby Turku1922 » Sat Aug 04, 2012 10:52 pm

I made pretty much the same post on Netherlands-topic and got nice answers. I hope to be as lucky here.

There might have been talk about this, but I'm a lazy cunt, so I'm unwilling to read all pages to find it out. So, are there any rivalries between "smaller" clubs in the Belgiun? I think matches between big clubs such as Standard-Anderlecht-Club Brugge are hot games, but is there anything else, for example Antwerp-Beerschot earlier on this topic seemed nice. 8)

I know this isn't right topic, but couldn't think of any better place and opening a new topic didn't seem necessary, but anyway.
Are there any supporters for teams in Luxembourg? I know that having around 500.000 citizens makes it impossible to have stands with 5000 people for every team, is there some teams that have at least some support? I'll have a chance to see a lot of football around Benelux in upcoming season and I'd like to make the most of it, in every way.

Thanks already.

P.S I love your beer. Maes all the way!
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Re: Belgium

Postby Mathieu » Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:14 pm

Maes ? It's just shit mate. Try other beers as Queue de Charrue, Petrus, Omer, Het Kapiteel, or Palm and Rodenbach if you like "light" beers ... Forget Maes.

Police repression made an awful work in Belgium so there is not a lot of games where you can find an exceptionnal atmosphere.
As you said the major clubs are Club Brugge, Standard and A'lecht. You can easily find tickets via a national ticketing service on the net.
Antwerp games are always interesting 'cause they got a big support and one of the best hooligans firm in northern europe .... but the team play in Div. 2 and believe me, it is not Argentina ... Antwerp / Beerschot is the hottest game in Antwerp area. Maybe this year you can follow them against FC Brussels or Eendracht Aalst. 2 smaller clubs followed by some hoolies, or made a trip to Ostende to see the sea !
After that, some clubs like Lokeren, Kortrijk or Gent can be visit.
In Wallonia try to see Charleroi / Standard, another big derby in Belgium.
You'll learn that every club in Belgium got a friend in Netherlands : Brugge / Den Haag, A'lecht / Joden, Lokeren / Breda, Kortrijk / Sparta, Genk / Sittard, Antwerp / F'noord, Charleroi / PSV, Standard / Den Bosch, Visé / Maastricht, Beerschot / Groningen .......

European cup games are also a good deal.
To finish, Belgium got an interesting schedule for WK qualification. have a look on footbel. Next week : Belgium / Netherlands !

Forget Luxembourg, it is like Andorra, nothing to see.
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