Huge first-game comeback win for Belgium. While these photos may not be the best representation of what this venue or fan base can be in Toronto, there is no question this will be a great place to be in the remaining games for Belgium. Sponsored by the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber, Labatt, Budweiser and ABInBev and the Kingdom of Belgium, admission is $25 and includes food and beer. Families are more than welcome. The Belgium beer Stella is clearly the most popular beer of choice. For more information and to buy tickets visit the Belgian Canadian Business Chamber event page. The big win means Belgium is primed for a second round appearance in the 2014 World Cup.
Date: June 17, 2014
Score of game: Belgium 2, Algeria 1
Location: ABInBev Labatt, 207 Queens Quay West #299, Queen’s Quay Terminal, Toronto, ON
Estimated number of fans at location: 25
Future Belgium game watches will be at ABInBev Labatt, 207 Queens Quay West #299, Queen’s Quay Terminal, Toronto, ON. To get there, you go to the very back of the Queen’s Quay Terminal and take the escalators up to the second floor. Take a right, and you’ll see the very exclusive ABInBev Labatt headquarters. Talk to the secretary at the front and they’ll let you into the very fantastic bar in the back.