For the important qualifier of the Belgian Red Flames on Friday against Portugal in Leuven are already more than 6,000 tickets sold. Three days before the kick-off of the international competition, the Belgian women football so very close to the supportersrecord that in 2016 was established. That made the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association) Tuesday night known.
The current record number of supporters dates back to september 20, 2016. Saw something less than 6.800 supporters, the Red Flames in Leuven losses against topland England with 0-2. The royal belgian football association hopes that record Friday sharper to be able to set up and is counting on the supporters of the Red Devils, united in 1895.
“We are very happy that we have so many supporters can count”, responded coach Ives Serneels. He’s doing a warm call to his Flames already during the warming-up to get to encourage. Tickets are up to an hour for the match are available online.
In the world cup qualifiers Belgium, with three wins from as many races in second place behind Italy, that the group raised with twelve points from four matches. After the ” home in Leuven against Portugal next Friday follows next week, the trip to Italy (april 10). Only the group winners punch through to the finals, the four best school years known as seconde (in seven groups) play off.