Belgium’s soccer friendly against Serbia has been relocated from Brussels to Leuven’s Den Dreef Stadium due to unplayable field conditions caused by heavy rain. No fans will be allowed at the match.
Relocation Due to Heavy Rain
Belgium’s soccer friendly against Serbia scheduled to take place at Brussels’ King Baudouin stadium has been moved to Leuven’s Den Dreef Stadium due to heavy rain, rendering the field unplayable. The match will be held without any supporters in attendance, as the short-term impossibility of organizing a safe match with fans led to the decision.
Refunds for Ticket Holders
Spectators who had purchased tickets for the Belgium vs Serbia match will receive a refund due to the change in venue and the decision to play the match without an audience. The Belgian soccer federation has taken this step to ensure the safety and well-being of all involved.
Following the friendly against Serbia, Belgium is scheduled to play against Azerbaijan in a qualifying game for the next year’s European Championship on Sunday at King Baudouin stadium. The federation has announced that the location for the Group F match against Azerbaijan remains the same until further notice. Belgium has already secured qualification for next year’s European Championship in Germany.