Belgium’s friendly against Portugal next week has been moved from Brussels to the Portuguese city of Leiria after more than 30 people were killed in attacks in the Belgian capital.
The match was called off for security reasons before Portugal’s football association offered a alternate venue.
The Belgium team will train at the King Baudouin Stadium, where the match was originally to be staged, on Wednesday.
The game will be played next Tuesday (19:45 GMT), as initially scheduled.
Captain Vincent Kompany was “horrified and revolted” by the incidents.
“I wish for Brussels to act with dignity,” he wrote on Twitter. “We are all hurting, yet we must reject hate and its preachers. As hard as it may be.”
Next week’s match is the second Belgium friendly in succession that has not gone ahead as scheduled.
In November, their match against Spain in Brussels was called off following the Paris atrocities, which killed 130 people.
Meanwhile, the Netherlands will play France in Amsterdam – 108 miles away from Brussels – as planned on Friday.