Belgium vs Wales 2022: when is Nations League fixture, kick off time, where to watch, TV channel and team news

Wales and Belgium face off in the UEFA Nations League, as both sides look to gain momentum ahead of this winter’s 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Despite a disappointing Nations League campaign during the last international break, Wales came away in great spirits after they beat Ukraine in the finale of the World Cup Qualifiers back in June.

The Dragons claimed a 1-0 win over Ukraine to confirm their place in the 2022 World Cup, with Gareth Bale bagging the only goal of the game to take him to the tournament for the first time in his illustrious career.

The Cardiff clash was played amongst Wales’ four Nations League fixtures, where they claimed only a point against Belgium.

Rob Page’s side are now set to take on the Red Devils once again later this week as they look to impress in the final international break before the trip to Qatar.

Here is everything you need to know about Belgium vs Wales...

When is Belgium vs Wales?

Wales’ Nations League match against Belgium is set to take place this Thursday (22nd September) in Brussels’ King Baudouin Stadium.

The venue has played host to Euro 2000 matches, as well as rugby union and music artists such as The Rolling Stones, Madonna and Beyonce.

Thursday’s game is scheduled to kick off at 7:45pm BST.

Is Belgium vs Wales on TV?

Belgium vs Wales will be broadcasted live on Welsh channel on S4C and you can also live stream the match on S4C Online.

For those outside of Wales, you can watch the match via Premier Sports 1 (channel 412) on Sky.

You can check out Sky Sports for membership details or you can buy a NOW TV day pass for £11.98 to get one-off access to Premier Sports.

Team news

Wales are facing a number of injury problems ahead of their trip to Belgium this week.

Bale is already confirmed to be out for the match, as well as Aaron Ramsey, Harry Wilson and Adam Davies.

They have now been dealt a further blow with both Joe Allen and Ben Davies sidelined, meaning Page has turned to Birmingham City’s teenage midfielder Jordan James.

The 18-year-old is yet to earn his first senior cap after being called up to the Under-21 squad only last week.

James isn’t the only youngster that the Wales boss has put his trust in however, with 17-year-old Luke Harris also included in the squad.

The midfielder made his senior debut for Fulham this season in the EFL Cup and has also scored four goals in three matches for their U21 side.

Meanwhile, Wales will prepare to face the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, Youri Tielemans and Eden Hazard - while both Romelu Lukaku and Divock Origi have been left out of Belgium’s side.

How are Wales faring in Group 4?

Ahead of their trip to Brussels, Wales sit at the bottom of Group 4 with only a point.

A win over Belgium could see the Dragons move up to third, however a spot in the top half is looking unlikely with Netherlands and Belgium picking up ten points and seven points respectively.


Despite claiming a draw against Belgium in June, the bookies have Roberto Martinez’s side as clear favourites for this week’s tie.

• Belgium - 4/11

• Draw - 7/2

• Wales - 7/1