The Stadium in figures

Located on the Heysel plateau, the King Baudouin Stadium is the property of the City of Brussels and is the biggest stadium in Belgium, with a seating capacity of 50,000 and covering an area of 8 hectares.

This exceptional stadium hosts a wide range of sporting and cultural events, including football, athletics, rugby, concerts and other major shows or family-friendly events.


50,093 seats

60,000 capacity for concerts including the grass pitch

lower circle: 36,816 seats

upper circle: 13,277 seats



Tribune 1: 10,092 seats

Tribune 2: 14,660 seats

Tribune 3: 10,711 seats

Tribune 4: 14,630 seats


8 hectares total surface area for the stadium and its 5 additional grounds

68 metres in width (football pitch)

105 metres in length (football pitch)

7,140 m² for the football pitch

18,000 m² of roofing


250 lux to light the stadium during training sessions

750 lux to light the stadium

1,500 lux during matches or television replays

486 projectors

Surveillance & security

8 security cameras in the stadium

12 security cameras outside the stadium

500 stadium stewards

3 first-aid stations

8 minutes for the complete evacuation of the stadium

The Stadium comprises

1 central pitch

5 additional pitches (including 1 synthetic and 1 reserved for archery in season)

1 9-lane athletics track with Mondo surface (mixture of synthetic and natural rubber)

1 small athletics stadium

1 tennis complex belonging to the City, near the stadium, with 25 tennis courts (12 outside, 8 inside and 5 ”baby” courts)

1 dog training ground

1 gym, reserved for use by disabled people