That is the burning question the nation’s tennis fans are asking after the national side won through to the final of the Davis Cup– the most famous team trophy in tennis–for the first time since 1904.
Drastic security measures will be in place for the European Football Cup qualifier between the Red Devils and Israel, according to newspapers from the Mediahuis press group on Friday.
Ticket prices for Belgian football games are amongst the cheapest to be found in Europe.
Kim Clijsters has set up a framework which will enable young tennis talents to be funded by sponsors, as was announced at the presentation of the project named “Ten4Kim” at the Clijsters Academy in Brée (Limbourg province).
The federal Prosecutor’s office is looking into major fraud involving fixed matches in international tennis, De Tijd and L’Echo said on Saturday.
According to a Monday announcement by André Maes, director of Spa Grand Prix, the company organising the Spa-Francorchamps Grand Prix, between 62,000 and 63,000 people came to see the event this Sunday.
238,509 TV viewers watched Tuesday evening’s live first leg of the AFC Champions League play-offs between Manchester United and Club Brugge, on RTL Belgium, according to the RTL Belgium Group on Wednesday.
More than 850 police officers from Wallonia and Brussels will ensure spectator’s safety and control traffic around the Spa-Francorchamps circuit during the Belgian Grand Prix.
On Wednesday, Sophie Wilford, a Belgian-French vet, will set off on this year’s Mongol Derby, the longest horse race in the world, 10 days and 1,000 kilometres through the Mongolian steppe.

Single sanction for anti-Defour tifo

Thursday, 30 July 2015 03:07
Only one official report was dealt with by the football cell of the Home Office in the case of the anti-Defour tifo displayed during the Standard-Anderlecht game on January 25th, the Home Office spokesperson announced on Wednesday, confirming the information published by La Dernière Heure (DH) that same morning.