Belgian Red Devils - Japan : Tuesday 14 November 2017, 20:45, Bruges

Belgian Red Devils - Japan

On Tuesday 14 November 2017, our Belgian Red Devils will play in Bruges a friendly game against Japan on the road to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

You can be part of it! Check out all ticketing info here.

  • Belgium - Japan
  • Tuesday 14 November 2017
  • 20:45
  • Jan Breydel Stadium (Club Brugge KV and Cercle Brugge KV)

Presale for 1895 members

Members can order one ticket per member via from October 11th until October 26th at 23:59. Not a member yet ? All information is available on

General sale

The general online ticket sale starts on Thursday 19th October at 12:00 and ends on matchday at 14:00.

Supporters of Japan will also be able to order their tickets through this platform. So make sure you choose the country before you order your tickets!

Ticket prices

Supporters of the Belgian Red Devils
Cat 1 65 EUR  
Cat 2 55 EUR  
Cat 3 35 EUR  
Cat 4 20 EUR (non-members 1895)
15 EUR (members 1895)
10 EUR (members 1895 Kidsclub)


Supporters of Japan
Cat 4 20 EUR                                           


Wheelchair users, blind and visually impaired people

The Belgian FA also hosts wheelchair users, blind and visually impaired people during the Belgian Red Devils’ games.

The ticket price is 20 EUR (+ 1 EUR booking fee per ticket), with one free companion maximum. 1895 members pay 15 EUR.

To purchase a ticket as a wheelchair user, please send an email to Jean-Marie Delforge via (within the limits of the available stocks) starting at 19 October at 12:00


Against Japan, the price of Inter grandstand tickets (Intro previously) for the blind people is 20 EUR (+ 1 EUR booking fee per ticket) for the person with a visual limitation, with one free companion maximum. 1895 members pay 15 EUR.

To purchase a ticket, please send an email to (mentioning the number of tickets + companion or not). Inter will then send you a confirmation with guidelines depending on the payment.


The Royal Belgian Football Association now works with e-tickets. So you will no longer receive paper tickets, but a booking via email.

This email contains one or more PDF files with your ticket(s). You only have to print these files (not necessarily in color).

Be aware of the fact that the tickets may be printed only one time. If you print them more than once, only the first person presenting the ticket at the entrance to the stadium will be offered admission.