Club Brugge KV fixtures 2018-19
Cheer on one of the best football teams in Belgium, and Europe, and buy Club Brugge KV tickets right here today at StubHub. The team from the picturesque city of Bruges are the current champions of Belgium, sealing the Belgian First Division A by an impressive margin of 13 points. This means, of course, that Brugge will be competing against the biggest and best football clubs in Europe in the 2018-19 Champions League. Now, while no-one is saying that the Belgian team are going to win Europe's iconic tournament, there's no doubt that they could surprise a few teams. The last time Club Brugge KV competed in the Champions League group stage, they were dumped out without a win to their name, will Club Brugge KV matches in 2018-19 be any different? Well, buy your Club Brugge KV tickets today and find out for yourself.
Club Brugge KV KV History
Club Brugge Koninklijke Voetbalvereniging, more conveniently known as Clube Brugge, is one of the most decorated and successful football clubs in Belgium. Founded in 1891 by old students of the Catholic School Broeders Xaverianen, the team from Bruges has won all honours available in Belgium. Brugge has won the Belgium first division 15 times, the first time in 1920 and most recently in 2018, the Belgian Cup 11 times, most recently in 2015 and the Belgian Cup 15 times, most recently in 2018. It doesn't stop there, however, the club has also enjoyed considerable success in Europe for a club of its stature, reaching two major finals. Club Brugge KV is the only Belgian club to have played in a final of the European Cup (now the Champions League), losing to Liverpool. They also lost to Liverpool in the final of the 1976 UEFA Cup (now the Europa League), can this current Club Brugge KV squad reach another Europan final? Buy Brugge tickets and find out for yourself!
The Club Brugge KV stadium is the 29,000-seater Jan Breydel Stadium in Sint-Andries, a suburb of Bruges. The club share it with another Belgian team, Cercle Brugge. The stadium hosted several matches in the European football championships in 2000, including a quarter-final between France and Spain.
Club Brugge KV have a rivalry with top-level Belgian teams Gent and Anderlecht. The rivalry with Anderlecht is perhaps the highest profile as, between them, the two teams dominate Belgian football. The match between these two sides is sometimes called 'The Hate Game' and tempers often flare. That being said, it's a wonderful spectacle, so get your Bruges tickets and be there yourself!