Translation of tweet: “This Tuesday (19/11) the game Belgium-Cyprus will be played in the King Baudouin Stadium. At the same time, Angèle will perform in Palais 12. Traffic disruptions are expected on the ring road R0 and in the Brussels Expo area.”
Depending on the number of people on the street before and after the match, several streets may be temporarily closed to traffic, Brussels police announced. Measures have been taken at the Avenue Houba de Strooper, Avenue Impératrice Charlotte and Avenue des Magnolias to close them off from traffic if necessary. The avenues in the Park of Laeken will have restricted access to traffic regardless.
Brussels public transport company STIB offers a reinforced service of metro lines 1, 5 and 6 from 5:00 PM to 11:30 PM. However, at the request of the police, the metro station Roi Baudouin/Koning Boudewijn is closed for the duration of the game from 9:30 PM onwards, and reopens at about 11:30 PM.
After the match, tram lines 7 and 51 will be reinforced if necessary.