You can find on this page the Belgium stadiums map to print and to download in PDF. The Belgium main stadiums map presents informations, teams and competitions of Belgium in Western Europe.

Belgium stadiums map

Maps of Belgium stadiums

The Belgium stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Belgium. This stadiums map of Belgium will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Belgium in Western Europe. The Belgium stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

King Baudouin Stadium is Belgium national stadium. It has a 50,000 seat capacity, which can rise to 60,000 for concerts. Every year the stadium hosts two major sporting events: the final of the Belgian Cup and the Memorial Van Damme leg of athletics Diamond League. It also regularly hosts the concerts of big names such as Madonna, U2, Céline Dion and, of course, Beyoncé, who performed there in front of almost 60,000 people for her "The Formation World Tour" on 31 July 2016. Together with the King Baudoin Stadium, Lotto Park is one of the largest sports venues in the Brussels-Capital Region as you can see in Belgium stadiums map. Since its inauguration in 1917, it has been home to RSC Anderlecht football club. Located in Astrid Park in Anderlecht, it hosted on of the semi-finals of the 1972 European Football Championships which were held in Belgium.

Located on the edge of Duden Park, Stade Joseph Marien sits in a picturesque green setting. Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, one of Brussels most historic clubs, has been playing its home games at this magnificent ground - which is also renowned for its Art Deco facade - for more than 100 years. Stade Bertelson, this stadium is a dream location for nostalgics. The former fortress of La Forestoise came very close to hosting the Red Devils. However, the authorities chose the Heysel complex and Stade Bertelson was used as a training ground. Located in Uccle, the historic ground of Racing Club of Brussels is home to two firsts as its shown in Belgium stadiums map. Stade du Vivier d’Oie was the venue for Europe first international football match and housed the continent first football stand to be built in reinforced concrete.

Stade Fallon is a remarkable sports complex features 6 football pitches, an athletics track and of course the magnificent Elascon stand. Originally, Stade Fallon was built for Royal White Star. The Stade Georges Pêtre is originally built for RCS Saint-Josse in memory of one of their greatest heroes and long-time mayor of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Georges Pètre, this stadium has a unique stand which will sadly be abolished due to its poor condition as its mentioned in Belgium stadiums map. In the upper part of Josaphat Park you will find Stade du Crossing, which is part of Brussels rich sporting heritage. It had been abandoned since 1975 and lies in a decrepit and dilapidated state. Fortunately, in 2010, major renovation work was undertaken to restore the stadium to its former glory. Undoubtedly one of the best known stadiums in Brussels, Stade Edmond Machtens has a maximum capacity of 12,266 seats. It is currently occupied by RWD Molenbeek, who play in Belgium second tier. This legendary stadium has been the venue for many Brussels derbies. Of course, the Zwanze derbies, between great rivals RWDM and Union Saint Gilloise, but also derbies between RDWM and RSC Anderlecht.