Belgium's Soccer Authority Moves A Match From Brussels After Attacks
The Royal Belgian Football Association first canceled the game before announcing the relocation to Portugal hours later.By Matt Moreno | March 23, 2016
After Tuesday's terrorist attacks, a scheduled soccer match between Belgium and Portugal will no longer take place in Brussels.
The friendly was supposed to take place next Tuesday at King Baudouin Stadium, but, citing the nation's current terror threat level, the Royal Belgian Football Association decided to move the game to Portugal instead.
Officials originally canceled the game but made the decision to move it to Portugal hours later.