Where to watch Euro 2016 in Brussels?
Flags in windows, car wing mirrors in black, yellow and red… these signs cannot be mistaken: for several weeks, Belgium will march to the rhythm of its Devils.
To follow the matches, several establishments have opted for big screens! Facing Parc Léopold, at the heart of the European Quarter, the European Football House will take up residence in the bar and the Aloft Hotel lobby.
The Football Village will be located at Autoworld Brasserie.
Several towns are also offering to follow the Belgians’ journey on the big screen. Get yourself down to Place Pinoy in Auderghem, to Place Andrée Payfa-Fosséprez in Watermael-Boitsfort and to Place Dumon at Woluwe Saint Pierre to experience the excitement!
At Laeken, the Kinepolis cinema will broadcast all of the Devils’ games and the King Baudouin Stadium will don black, yellow and red if Marc Wilmot’s team reaches the semi-finals.
In the bars
A Euro Competition is a boon to many of the cafés! Several neighbourhoods are unavoidable during the football competitions.
The bars at the Place du Luxembourg- like Ralph’ Bar - will once again put on a great spread so the supporters do not miss a single second of the matches. In the European Quarter, the new Le Grand Central will devote two floors to the beautiful game. Brussels’ city centre will live and breathe football during the coming weeks: Hard Rock Café, The Big Games, Le Roi des Belges, le Mappa Mundo all promise a frenzied atmosphere…
The Devils’ first match will take place against Italy on Monday 13th June 2016. Kick off at 9pm!
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