Club — National Football Team of Belgium.
Team — Het Belgische voetbalelftal in Dutch, L’équipe de Belgique de football in French and Die Belgische Fußballnationalmannschaft in German.
Club Colours — Red
Nickname National Football Team of Belgium — The Red Devils, Rode Duivels, Diables Rouges or Rote Teufel.
Stadium — King Baudouin Station, Koning Boudewijnstadion or Stade Roi Baudouin. Formerly called Heysel Stadium.
Capacity — 50,024 seats (45,200 for football matches)
Opened — 1930
Location — Stade Roi Baudouin can be found in the north of the city of Brussels Belgium in the district of Laeken.
Address — Marathonlaan 135/2, 1020 Bruxelles – Brussel Belgium
Air Connections : Brussels International Airport Zaventem. Brussels South Charleroi airport, situated in Charleroi is used by several low cost airlines.
By Coach — Long distance coaches arrive at Brussels North station or Gare du Nord. The city centre is easy to reach by bus or train.
By Car — Stade Roi Baudouin can be easily reached by car from the Brussels ring road. Take exit 8 (Wemmel) from the northern part of the ring and drive a few hundred metres south. The stadium will be on your left.
Nearest main train station — Brussels Midi-Brussels Zuid to the south of the city core, and Brussels Central – Brussel Centraal, which is right next to the city centre are the two main train stations of the city. The high speed Thalys train connects Brussels with Cologne (2hrs, 23mins), Paris (1hr, 20mins) and Amsterdam (2hrs).
The Eurostar train links London St Pancras International with Brussels Midi.
Nearest Metro Stations — the closest metro stops are Heysel, Roi Baudouin, and Houba-Brugmann. They can be reached with metro line 6 and 1A which also stops by railway station Gare du Midi (Zuidstation or South Station).