Belgians will face their toughest competition of the tournament so far.
The country is a member of the UEFA Women’s Champions League, which is not in its best shape.
The women are currently sitting second in the Women’s World Cup behind Australia, which won the last one.
The club has won five of the last six major women’s football tournaments.
They have a world record of five titles, which includes four in women’s soccer.
That’s just four fewer than the Netherlands.
However, the Dutch have a better record in the UEFA Cup, which they won in 2014, and are a member.
The Dutch women have also won the past three editions of the Champions League.
The Belgic champions will play the defending champions, Italy, on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London.
They beat Spain 3-1 in the final on penalty kicks.
The top two teams advance.
The two teams who finish in the top two from each group will advance to the semifinals.
Belgia will be the final country to qualify for the competition, which begins with the knockout stages in December.
The first two groups are: Algeria (Group 1) and Italy (Group 2).
The final will be held on December 18 in Rome.
There is also a final to be held in London in 2018.