Sports is about bettering ourselves. It's more about self-improvement, beating one's own record every day every moment. It helps us to gain the sportsmanship attitude not just towards game but towards life. While every sport follows different rules, participating in sports activities will help your brain take decisions faster. Participate in the sports events in Brussels like a football tournament, cricket, basketball, rugby/soccer, etc to helps to build your stamina.
Exercising and playing sports increase the flow of oxygen in the body. Get up, start running or join the next marathon, triathlon or cycling events near Brussels.
Find out sports events near you in Brussels or watch live match streaming in the cafes.
Discovering Brussels is a sport in itself. From kitesurfing to underwater hockey, Brussels has everything you need when it comes to sports. Brussels has a lot of green spaces where you can do some jogging. Brussels marathon, held in the autumn every year, has been around for about 25 years and boasts of a global running crowd. Exploring Brussels on bikes or roller blades is a popular option among tourists. To keep yourself trim if you are in for a short visit, you can visit one of the many swimming pools or city gyms or engage in climbing, skiing, diving or golf. Football is one of the most-loved sports in Brussels with famous stadiums like Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, King Baudouin Stadium, and Edmond Machtens Stadium. Charles Debeur fencing museum, Jean-Claude Van Damme Statue, and Brussels Circus School are must-visits if you are a sports-history buff. You can engage in a calming Yoga session at the Serendip Spa and Yoga center. Jump XL trampoline parks helps you loosen up with its unique jump sports and ultimate dodgeball. The Anderlecht Golf Club is famous for its natural English landscape and lightened 40 spots driving range. Tennis, basketball, judo, rowing, and rugby are other popular sports in Brussels.
In between your Eurotrip, if you want to sink into a comfortable chair at a bar with like-minded sports fans over some ice-cold brews, then Brussels sports bars are a must-visit. Fat Boy’s combines great beer, amazing wings, and gorgeous burgers to make you feel at home when your favorite club is playing. Celtica is a large Irish pub with eight screens for sports fans. The atmosphere is youth-friendly, and one need not worry about the bill as the price on the beer list is affordable. The Big Game is an upbeat bar in the city center. Every day, from noon until midnight, the Big Game has an insane Happy Hour with affordable prices. Other popular spots to watch sports in Brussels are Churchill’s, Rooster and The Wild Geese.
Brussels has two major runs throughout the year. They are an excellent chance for people to train and keep fit, to fundraise for a good cause and for companies to use it as a team-building exercise. Brussels Marathon is held every year. The course is said to be challenging but scenic with the start line at the Parc du Cinquantenaire and the finish line at the Grand Palace in the downtown area. Apart from the full distance, Brussels marathon also provides runners with the option of covering mini-marathons and half marathon in Brussels. Brussels hosts the famous 20-km run where runners dress up in costumes for teams or charities to add some light-hearted fun. The short race takes you to the best sights of the city like the St Jacobs church and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts. Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne is an annual single day road cycling race, to complete the opening weekend of the Belgian Cycling Season. If you are into athletics, you can check the Memorial Van Damme at the King Baudouin Stadium. Find out more about upcoming sports events in Brussels at allevents.in
For all the sports fanatics who are looking for sports tournaments and live screenings at the top sports bar in Brussels, here's everything you need.
Here's a list of sports stadiums and sports bars who host sporting events in Brussels: