For the Belgian Cup Final, won by Club Brugge for their first major title in eight years, finding a place to watch the game proved quite difficult. Unsurprisingly, many fans were left disappointed as tickets for the Final between fierce rivals Club Brugge and RSC Anderlecht sold out quickly. With the King Baudouin stadium at full capacity, ticketless Club Brugge fans flocked to their ‘Cup Final village’ that was created in Bruges to televise the Final. Situated in the city centre, over 9000 fans came to watch the match together, and the reaction of the fans over the 90 minutes was caught on camera. Take a look at the video here (and watch out for the mayhem after the last-minute winner!).