Young and hungry for success
Belgian football has regained its former strength. The Red Devils have long since left behind the dry spell of the last two decades. After a strong performance in the world's most important football tournament two years ago, they were also among the favourites for winning the European Title.
The young generation of highly talented athletes are playing attractive and successful football. The newcomers include Yannick Carrasco, Jason Denayer and Divock Origi, and are highly sought-after by Europe's top clubs. Veterans such as Thomas Vermaelen and Jan Verthongen round off the squad. An aggressive and powerful team has been created that crosses cultural boundaries.
Past success as an incentive
With its considerable potential, the current team wants to build on the successes of the Belgian team in the Eighties and Nineties. During those years, the Red Devils regularly made it through to European and international finals. Players such as Jean-Marie Pfaff and Enzo Scifo defined the era, and Belgium regularly defeated top teams.
Euphoria across the country
Fans are delighted with the Red Devils' return to form, and are giving the team their enthusiastic support. Home games are regularly sold out, with fans without tickets watching the games in cafes, bars or public viewing areas.
Matches and results
The fixtures of the Red Devils at a glance: results and the dates of the next game.
Red Devils and GLS
GLS Belgium is Main Sponsor of the Red Devils. Information on the cooperation and news about the team.
Red Devils campaigns
News about the Belgian national team and information about the cooperation with Main Sponsor GLS Belgium.