I am not sure of the actual name of this small ground, it was dark and raining when I took these photos, so it will be very difficult to make much out in them, with the poor quality of my old 'digital box brownie'. On a future trip I hope to take some daylight photos, if I ever get round to it I'll let you know!
There is a small bit of terracing here, with a covered stand in front of the glass fronted clubhouse behind, on the halfway line.
Here is a closer look.
And another attempt from in front of it.
Behind the goal are a couple of steps of terracing, made from scaffolding supports & wood.
A look at the goalmouth, trying to show how bad the weather was.
Along the far side was a small area of cover.
A shot of one of the dugouts.
Some of the Namur playing training under the lights.
In the corner were three pillars, presumably once used to hold up a scoreboard, or something similar.
A punctured football lies in the back of the goal.
Look at the state of that goalmouth!
I realise these snaps were rather poor, and not really worth publishing, but since I had them I thought they were slightly better than none at all!
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