Belgium will be competing once more on the world stage and their fans will be fully behind their country with their Belgium FIFA World Cup tickets in hand. The Belgians could be the dark horse this year and football tickets for their games are selling fast for their matches in Russia. Be advised to book Belgium tickets early to avoid any disappointment.
Belgium could well be victorious at 2018 World Cup this summer and have a squad packed full of talent capable of challenging for top honours. The likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard, Christian Benteke, Jan Vertonghen and Marouane Fellaini are all in the prime of their career and are starting to click as a unit for their national side. See with Belgium tickets if 'The Red Devils' have enough to bring the World Cup home this summer.
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Belgium fulfilled expectations by qualifying top of Group B in Euro 2016 Qualification and confidently sealed their place at France Euro 2016. Despite not featuring in the tournament since 2000 when they were co-hosts, the current team looks strong. Their squad is one of the most impressive in the competition and features the likes of Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne, Axel Witsel & Eden Hazard. With this much talent on show there is a strong demand for Belgium Euro 2016 tickets.
Their route to the top of Group B was marred only by a solitary loss away to Wales, with a Gareth Bale goal being the difference between the two sides. Nevertheless, a strong campaign resulted in 23 points on the board, which was enough to clinch top spot after seven wins in their ten matches.
The nation are currently second in the Fifa World Rankings, with expectations for this small footballing country higher. than ever. Opponents be wary, Belgium are a team in form. Belgium football tickets are on sale now at Football Ticket Pad and will be much sought after to see on of the best teams in the world.
Eden Hazard. Full of tricks, mazy runs and capable of moments of brilliance, Hazard is a real key player for Belgium. He will be going into the tournament as one of the most feared forward players despite being highly inconsitent of late. It will be fitting if he can take Belgium to the final in their neighbouring country France.
Belgium are fortunate on the goal scoring front possessing both Romelu Lukaku and Christian Benteke as options to lead the line. Not to dismiss Divock Origi either who will be hoping to get himself into the fray. All three strikers are a handful for any defenders, and each possess strength and lightening pace as a facet of their game. If you've booked Belgium Euro 2016 tickets you're sure to be in for a bag of goals. To answer the question who will Belgium be reliant upon for their goals? You really can't pick. It will be a fight between Lukaku and Benteke when it comes to finding the net for Belgium.
The One To Watch
Radja Nainggolan The combative midfielder has had a stellar season at Roma and has attracted interest from Chelsea in recent months. The 28-year old was left out of Marc Wilmots 2014 World Cup sqaud, but he has shone this season in Serie A and has been a regular in Belgium's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign where he started nine of their ten matches. The midfielder is tenacious and has been compared to Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal where he is more than capable of playing in a holding midfield role or as an attacking playmaker. Nainggolan will undoubtedly hold the key for Belgium at Euro 2016 and if he can continue his good form, Belgium will be hard to beat.
Kevin De Bruyne is a real star in the making! He could well have been selected as the key player for Belgium too which really underlines how good a player he is. More fool Chelsea for letting this man go, since the moment he walked out the door he has become something of a world beater. The highest assist total in all European leagues for Wolfsburg and a bagful of goals saw Manchester City come calling. City splashed out a club record £55m for his services and since making his debut, De Bruyne has proved his worth, particularly in Europe where he helped fire Manchester City to their first ever UEFA Champions League semi-final. If he can have this same effect for Belgium in the critical moments of a game there's no reason why Belgium can't be victorious on the final day in Paris at Euro 2016.
Martin O'Neill would have wanted to avoid the Red Devils in the group stage, never mind the first game of the tournament in Bordeaux. Belgium are one of the most dangerous teams in Euro 2016 and they will be hoping to get three points to get a firm grip on Group E. O'Neill will undoubtedly need some of the famous Irish luck if they are to qualify from the group stage, but a result in their first game may well set them in the right direction. Regardless of the horrific draw that lies ahead for the Irish, one thing we do know is The Republic Of Ireland will be give it absolutely everything in their quest for qualification. They have fought so hard to get here in the first place and have got here on merit. Any travelling fans have the opportunity to purchase Belgium v Republic Of Ireland tickets through Football Ticket Pad can find them online today!
Lyon is the setting for perhaps the biggest game in Group E between the two sides who are favourites to top the group.
Both of these two teams have had the honour of being World number one in recent years, however, the ranking means little unless you are winning European Championships or World Cups. Italy have recently triumphed in the 2006 World Cup, but Belgium haven't won either trophy in their history and they are without doubt at their peak of their powers right now. Is it their time this summer? See the best of the action live in France withBelgium v Italy tickets
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Can Zlatan tear Belgium apart in what is the last game in the group for both teams? Sweden managed to qualify through the play-offs as Ibrahimovic edges towards the end of his international career. Vincent Kompany will no doubt have a lot to say about how Zlatan does in this hotly anticipated fixture. The game is being played in the beautiful City of Nice right on the French Riviera. This is the ideal location if you want to coincide the Euros with a summer holiday. Book your Sweden v Belgium tickets while stocks last!
Nice, the capital of the Cote d’Azur is a very popular tourist destination for many Europeans, especially among the British. Nice is the second most popular French destination after Paris and it is understandable to see why. The city has year-round sunshine and the beaches look set to make it a popular choice for travelling supporters this summer. The city is to host four games throughout the tournament which will see the holders, Spain visit the city, along with Northern Ireland, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden and Robert Lewandowski’s Poland sides.
A beautiful city with its world-renowned wine and stunning architecture which has pretty much remained unchanged for the last 200 years, boasting the second largest number of listed buildings outside of Paris. Wine is very much part of the city’s culture and heritage which has become the city’s main source of wealth and fame. Bordeaux is also famous for its trading links, shipbuilding and biotechnology and has a number of attractions for any visitor looking to travel to Bordeaux this summer for the European Championships.
Lyon is the third largest city in France and will be one of the main cities where football supporters will base themselves this summer for Euro 2016. Lyon is one of the most dynamic cities in the country and often referred to as France’s ‘Second City’, after Paris. The city is beautiful with numerous parks and riverbanks running alongside its two main rivers, the Rhone and the Saone, with the old city being listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.