Koning Boudewijn Stadion
|Inauguration||23.08.1995 (Belgium - Germany 1-2)|
|Address||Marathonlaan, 1020 Brussels|
Brussels: Rejected national stadium vision prompts announcement
Design for the revamped Koning Boudewijn Stadion at Heysel is expected to be revealed soon. The message came after renowned architect suggested that the stadium should be built in a different location.
Brussels: No new national stadium... for now
Rather ironically, in the year of Euro 2020 Brussels will again be in impasse, with no valid, aproved plan for a national stadium. But, KBVB and Golazo keep up their hopes for new Golden Generation Arena later on.
Brussels: Students to design new national stadium
Seven universities across Belgium are taking part in an open competition launched by initiators of the new national stadium. It will likely replace the current Stadion Koning Boudewijn.
Brussels: Back to basics at Boudouin?
After the failure of Eurostadium scheme, a new plan is being drawn by Belgian FA and Diamond League organisers. A 40,000-seat stadium exactly where current King Boudouin Stadium stands.
Brussels: Counter-bid for Belgium's national stadium
While the Eurostadium project remains deadlocked, Belgium's largest business group Besix proposes a different route: redeveloping the current Koning Boudewijn Stadion.
Euro 2020: Brussels out, Wembley benefits
It's an unprecedented case: Brussels lost its hosting rights and four Euro 2020 games will be played at Wembley. Does that mean the Eurostadium scheme is dead?
Euro 2020: Could Brussels lose hosting rights?
This would be a huge embarrassment, but according to Alain Courtois it’s increasingly likely that Brussels could be stripped of Euro 2020. Meanwhile conflict between investor and local council is heating up.
Brussels: Ghelamco files planning application for Eurostadium
After good news from October now the proposed national stadium in Brussels has planning application officially filed. Within some 100 days from now we might see groundbreaking.
Brussels: Anderlecht uncertain about stadium future
If the proposed national stadium doesn’t get built, Anderlecht will be left with old issue of where to play. Apparently, the club are far from secure in their Euro Stadium hopes.
Euro Qualifiers: England, Poland and Germany on top
Perhaps surprisingly, the three most-supported national teams during Euro 2016 qualifiers were England, Poland and Germany. In that order! Italy and Spain left well behind, while Austria strived.
Brussels: Anderlecht shocks, Euro 2020 in jeopardy?
Almost at the last moment Anderlecht informed about leaving the national stadium partnership. Without the club financial viability of the project may be challenged and thus also hosting Euro 2020 in Brussels.
Brussels: Groundbreaking at “Eurostadion” on March 14
Environmental impact report is released for consultation and it brings further details on Belgium’s new national stadium. Capacity slightly up and groundbreaking date set.
Brussels: “Habemus papam” - agreement reached on national stadium
Whether appropriately or not, Brussels executive for sports Alain Curtois compared negotiations over the new national stadium to selecting the new pope. Most importantly: it all seems settled now!
Brussels: Heysel redevelopment still viable?!
Current plans of building from scratch are based on the assumption that existing national stadium cannot be upgraded. But it can, or so claim known Belgian architects.
Brussels: Meet Belgium’s new national stadium!
After months of fierce competition we know the winner of international competition to design and build the new national stadium in Brussels. Euro 2020 will be played at a venue by Jaspers-Eyers / Ghelamco / BAM.
Brussels: National stadium selection in 6 weeks?
All three contenders made it to the final stage and are now awaiting evaluation. The best concept will hopefully be known in mid-March. Planning permit should follow shortly for the Euro 2020 venue.
Belgium: All three candidates still running for national stadium
Each of the three initial bidders met yesterday’s deadline and delivered a more detailed bid for the national stadium in Brussels. Final selection coming up in January 2015.
New designs: Three bids for Belgian National Stadium
They weren’t expected to be released yet, but made it to the public. Three visions of how the new 62,000-seater in Brussels should look are now on show here:
Brussels: "Stadium construction can start in 2016"
While Brussels await the verdict on Euro 2020, three companies are preparing their bids to build the 62,000-capacity stadium. Their visions should be clear by November and finalist will be chosen next year, according to Anderlecht-online.be.
Brussels: Anderlecht files expansion application again
The Belgian club admits it’s still only one of two possibilities, but they want to keep all options open. If the club doesn’t leave Constant Vanden Stock Stadion for the new national arena, expansion will go forward.