This is the Jan Breydel stadium

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NEWS | 12/11/2019

The Bruges field was opened in the 1975/76 season and has a capacity for more than 29,000 spectators.

He Real Madrid Visit Bruges on the sixth day of the Group Phase of the Champions League. The white team will play at the Jan Breydel stadium for the second time in the European Cup. When he did it for the first time, in November 1976 to measure himself to Bruges, this venue was called the Olympic stadium.

Built in 1974 and opened in the 1975/76 campaign, this stadium currently has a capacity for 29,062 spectators. From 1998 he took the name of Jan Breydel, local hero of the fourteenth century. Two years later, it was one of the headquarters of the European Championship in Belgium and the Netherlands. In addition to hosting the home games of Bruges, it is also the playground of the Cercle Brugge, a Belgian First Division team.

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