Stade Justin Peeters

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Stade Justin Peeters
Location Wavre, Belgium Belgium
Coordinates 50°43′13″N 4°37′7″E / 50.72028°N 4.61861°E / 50.72028; 4.61861Coordinates: 50°43′13″N 4°37′7″E / 50.72028°N 4.61861°E / 50.72028; 4.61861
Owner Municipality of Wavre
Capacity
5,000
Surface Grass
Opened 1923
Tenants
Racing Jet Wavre

The Stade Justin Peeters,[1] (formerly the Justin Peeters Stadium) is a football stadium located in Wavre near Brussels, Belgium and the homeground of Racing Jet Wavre, that had come over the years to be found in the northeast of the city center under the significant address Avenue du Center Sportif.

From its dimensions, the stadium is more than roomy enough for a club that plays its home games before a nearly three-digit number of viewers, because it includes two lush stands on the sides, so that the lack of development behind the goals not go into further weight falls.[clarification needed] To be exact, will be released only heavily Raised grandstand for the games, where you can sit down to fifteen rows of green seat shells without backrests.[clarification needed] Within the main grandstand, specifically in the interior, there is a dressing room, and the cab from the club is little more than can follow the game. The opposite stands are built of wooden benches, are not accessible and it is probably better that way. A renovation is urgently needed because it makes a very worn-out impression. In the meantime, the opposite stands are temporarily used for advertising purposes, to set up a few billboards. Moreover, one can admire the character of the host club on the roof.

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