King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
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Bonnes infrastructures et ambiance du tonnerre!!! Facile d'accès avec ses grands parkings à proximité. Par contre la sortie est catastrophique avec des bouchons gigantesques... À ne pas négliger si vo... read more »Good facilities and atmosphere of Thunder! Easy access with its large car parks nearby. However the output is catastrophic with huge plugs... Not to be overlooked if you are with young children! Good visibility!show original
Het stadion ziet er aan de buitenkant nog indrukwekkend uit. Maar, de supporters zitten veel te ver van het veld tijdens een voetbalmatch en de geluidskwaliteit is dramatisch. Het vinden van het juist... read more »The stadium looks on the outside still impressive. But, the supporters are much too far from the field during a football match and the sound quality is dramatic. Finding the right seat is also not always easy. It is time that a new modern (football) Stadium comes in Brussels for the national team where the fans closer to the field.show original
Lo stadio "Roi Baudouin" è la nuova denominazione dello stadio "Heysel", balzato agli onori della cronaca per via della tragedia che li si consumò il 29 maggio del 1985, in occasione della finale dell... read more »The stadium "Roi Baudouin" is the new name of the Heysel Stadium, jumped to hit the headlines because of the tragedy that took place on 29 May 1985, in the final of the Champions League between the teams of Juventus and Liverpool. The facts are known but what really does move is to read the names of thirty-nine innocent and unaware of the fate that met as motivated by the enthusiasm you can attend a football final of the most prestigious. Before you go to visit the adjacent structure of "Atomium", I felt I should go make a tribute in memory of those people. The stadium is no longer what then, meanwhile, also as a result of the tragedy, there have been changes and measures to make the facility safer and under just that I still don't understand why you always have to wait until something tragic happens before resolving problems and dangers often banal.show original
They need to sort themselves out. Learn to put fences, and to protect people! YOU KNOW One Direction fans are mostly young teens and you let them being CRUSHED from 6 am to 4pm basically??? Actually got forbidden to go to the toilets, or buy food/water all day! Then at the end they had only put ONE shop with two people for THOUSANDS of fans getting out of the stadium!! Don't even start me on the fact that they write "please take the public transport over the car" on the ticket but CLOSE THE TUBE STATIONS AROUND THE STADIUM. Should I even mention the fact that they let people in front of me that arrived HOURS later or is the rest enough to convince you that they should be forbidden to organise anything???
Not the best in it's capacity class.
Huge stadium. Set to be discontinued in 2020, but still functioning.
Went to see one direction there, good place, except the staff needed to sell more merchandise! And more frequent transport around the stadium as well!
I was there on the One Direction concert and It was amazing!!!!
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