Club Brugge Koninklijke Voetbalvereniging or simply known as Club Brugge is the second most famous Belgian club in the continent. They have won more 40 domestic trophies so far and managed to reached the final of European competition in two occasions. They were both in the 1970s, the 1976 UEFA Cup final and the 1978 Champions League final. Sadly, the Belgian side was beaten by the same opposition, The Reds Liverpool, in both finals. It remains the high profile team in the country for its reputation in developing young talents to the notable Belgian internationals such as Jan Cuelemans, Gert Verheyen, Franky Van der Elst and Thomas Munier.
Club Brugge was established in the city of Brugge on 13th November 1891 and has used Jay Bredel stadium as its homeground alongside Cercle Brugge. The 29,042-seated venue was previously known as Olympiastadion with only 18,000 people as its capacity before it was renovated in 1998-1999 for EURO 2000, as it was also selected as one of the main venue. Interested in getting the best deals for the tickets of Club Brugge’s matches in Belgium league, Cup or Super Cup plus their continental games in Europa League and Champions league? Then just click Seat-Compare.com. We have all important information to compare ticket prices in all section of the stadim and get the tickets for the club’s matches you want.