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TilleurThe Stade de Buraufosse was the home of Belgium’s R Tillleur FC between 1960 and 1995. The 11,000-capacity ground is just a few hundred meters from Standard Liege’s Stade Maurice Dufrasne. Tilleur spent much of their time in the Belgian Second Division but did finish fourth in the top tier in 1965, while playing at the Buraufosse. A series of mergers mean they are now called R Tlleur FC de Liege, while they left the stadium in the 1990s. It has since hosted various other local teams but remains unoccupied full-time.

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Photos by Blessed and Daninho Eindhoven, at FootballFans.eu

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