Other stuffs



Some old stories rescued from the old site. It's about the mood of the moment or a few things that interest me.
Some new papers are also planned.

mai 2020

COVID-19 & deconfinement

Some reflections on people and deconfinement. All this is very reassuring and joyful... Continue here

July 2016

Lead horn of Euro 2016

Apart from the official statistics, here is my personal ranking of the most god-awful fans of Europe. Continue here

April 2014

The streak is over !

Let's talk about the great American show par excellence : wrestling. An attempt to explain the hidden side of sports entertainment. Continue here

March 2014

My solution to the crisis

As much to warn you immediately, I deliberately chose to be as radical as possible.
Sensitive souls refrain... Continue here

December 2013

The place to be !

The ultimate place where gratin and world leaders must be seen : the ceremony in honor of Nelson Mandela. Continue here

October 2011

Blank page

But what does the expression "blank page" mean ?
Explanation. Continue here

Pour la page en français, cliquez ici


Other articles rescued from the former FootHisto.be website this time.
You will find the history of some famous Belgian stadiums and an evocation of the late Excelsior Mouscron.

May 2020


After making the biggest European clubs tremble, the Freethiel is now condemned to play supporting roles in the Belgian championship. Continue here

May 2020

Joseph Marienstadion

If you are looking for a Belgian stadium that is still authentic, you will find it at the Union. Although renovated, the Joseph Marienstadion has kept its face since 1926. Continue here

May 2020

Edmond Machtensstadion

The Edmond Machtensstadion has witnessed an admittedly complex but fascinating story. A look back on almost a century of football adventures in Brussels. Continue here

May 2020

Jules Ottenstadion

Presentation of the Jules Ottenstadion, lair of KAA Gent. For 93 years, this old stadium has housed the ups and downs of the first club of the capital of East Flanders. Continue here

Arpil 2020

Neuville & Mambourg

Charleroi has two football clubs : the Sporting and the Olympic. This rivalry is found in their stadiums : the Mambourg and the Neuville. Continue here

April 2020

Olympisch Stadion (Kiel)

Summary of the history of a stadium of world significance : the Olympic Stadium in Kiel, the lair of Beerschot. Continue here

April 2020

Bruges stadiums

Bruges has a very rich football history with its flagship clubs. Historical review of the Edgard De Smedt, Albert Dyserynck & Jan Breydel stadiums. Continue here

February 2020


History of Parc Astrid, stadium of the most prestigious football club in Belgium. In the shadow of Saint-Guidon, academic football has been erected there as a trademark. Continue here

January 2020

Stade de Sclessin

History of Hell of Sclessin. In hell, it will often be the case for the popular club along the Maas. Both for its opponents and for its own supporters. Continue here

April 2015


From the Hell of Deurne to a sanitized theater : the Bosuil stadium lives its last moments.
Brief history of a legendary stadium in Belgium. Continue here

June 2013

Heysel Stadium

For 50 years, all major national and international events had taken place at the Heysel Stadium. But everything changed in one evening, May 29, 1985. Continue here

February 2012

Stade Vélodrome de Rocourt

Historical return on one of the most prestigious Belgian stadiums, the den of RFC Liège between 1921 and 1994. From glory to ruin... Continue here

October 2011

Life & death of Excelsior

Football page. The life and the end of a football club seen by a former supporter. For the nostalgic of the good time in the stands of the Canonnier Stadium. Continue here

Some nice links

  • D-Kryptage Urbain
    Flickr page of my fellow adventurers.
    With whom I do not have to walk in places that have been abandoned for too long. We will change that !
  • Robert Urbex
    Flickr page of my other adventure companion.
    Same comment as for the previous link
  • Frank Viala
    Flickr page of Franck, with whom I made some pleasant urbex expeditions.
    You will find a little of everything, but always of quality.
  • Pixens
    Website of Florian Cloquemin.
    A talented photographer, he explores the entier world to bring us the most beautiful shots.
  • PostIndustriel.be
    On the menu : industrial archeology & urban exploration.
    There will also be some photography and image processing techniques (coming soon).
  • Abandoned Places
    One of my first urbex sites put in favorites.
    Updates not regular but always amazing.
  • David De Rueda
    Discovered there is little time compared to other sites, I particularly appreciate.
    To see so.
  • Wandering Souls
    Urban exploration and more classic photos, made in Canada.
    I like
  • Forbidden Places
    A classic of exploration, on the roads since already long years.
    Another reference.
  • Tchorski
    Reference site on industrial, civil, underground and religious heritage.
    Off the beaten track, this site has an inventory of bells heritage.
  • Urbex.Me
    Collective of two explorers coming from Lyon (France) but regularly venturing away from their homeland.
    An impressive amount of visited places.