Heysel

Heysel (French) or Heizel (Dutch, pronounced ), is an area in Brussels and may in particular refer to:

  • Heysel Park, a part of Brussels
  • Heysel/Heizel metro station, one of the metro stations on line 6 (formerly 1A) of the Brussels Metro
  • Heysel Stadium, see King Baudouin Stadium
  • Heysel Stadium disaster of May 29, 1985

Other articles related to "heysel":

Heysel Stadium Disaster - Aftermath
... UEFA, the organiser of the event, the owners of Heysel Stadium and the Belgian police were investigated for culpability ... – the only extraditable offence applicable to events at Heysel ... Heysel Stadium continued to be used for hosting athletics for almost a decade, but no further football matches took place in the old stadium ...
Heysel Plateau
... The Heysel Exhibition Park is the place in the north of the centre of Brussels, Belgium, where the Brussels International Exposition (1935) and the ... built for the World's Fair of 1958, is the most impressive monument in the Heysel Park ... The Heysel Park is also the location of the Heysel Stadium, built in 1930 ...
Heysel Stadium Disaster - Commemorations
... On 29 May 2005, a £140,000 sculpture was unveiled at the new Heysel stadium, to commemorate the disaster ... This match took place 20 years after the Heysel incident and was the first time the clubs faced each other since that time ... of the same name written in 1985 in memory of the Juventus fans who died at Heysel Stadium ...
Heysel/Heizel Metro Station
... The Heysel Metro Station is one of the metro stations on line 6 (formerly 1A) of the Brussels Metro ... was opened on 5 July 1985 and serves the Heysel area, famous for the 1958 Brussels World Fair, the King Baudouin Stadium (formerly known as the Heysel ...
2000–01 UEFA Cup
... Liverpool were the first English side of the post Heysel era (English clubs had been banned from European competitions between 1985 and 1990 as a result of the Heysel ... Liverpool's first European trophy of the post Heysel era ...