Brugges, France’s former French club football champions, are set to host a UEFA Euro 2017 qualifying round for the first time.
The match against the German side of FC Brughes will be the first game in the new European era, which means the home side from the Netherlands will play the French side.
The match will be played on Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.
(GMT), meaning the game is expected to start at 3:00.
The Brugs team has been struggling with injuries, but it is expected that the club will be ready for the game.
The Brugues have not qualified for the last four European Championships, which they have missed out on since 2005.
The last time the Bruggs played a match in their home city was in 2002, when they defeated AC Milan 3-2 in a friendly.