Norway v Belgium: Women's EURO facts

UEFA Women's EURO debutants Belgium have their second game against one of the most experienced nations at this level, Norway.

Tessa Wullaert scored the winner when these teams met in a friendly for the first time in 2015
Tessa Wullaert scored the winner when these teams met in a friendly for the first time in 2015 ©Getty Images

• Both these sides lost their openers on Sunday 1-0, Norway against the Netherlands and Belgium versus Denmark.

• Belgium are making their debut in a major finals while Norway have qualified for every FIFA Women's World Cup and UEFA Women's EURO other than the first European tournament in 1984.

• Norway have won nine of these teams' ten competitive meetings, the exception a 0-0 away draw in qualifying for the 1993 European finals. Norway were to win that title.

• Norway's 8-0 victory in Oslo in September 1992 remains Belgium's joint-record margin of defeat.

• Belgium did, however, win their only friendly against Norway 3-2 in Sint-Truiden in May 2015.

• Tessa Wullaert scored an 87th-minute winner in that match after Norway had twice equalised.

• That result was a little revenge for Belgium losing both of their Women's World Cup qualifiers against Norway for that year's finals.

• Kristine Minde hit a hat-trick for Norway in their 4-1 World Cup qualifying home win over Belgium at the Ullevaal Stadion in September 2013.

• In the return Norway prevailed 2-1 in Louvain with Ingvild Stensland and Ada Hegerberg scoring before Aline Zeler pulled one back.

• Wullaert is a Wolfsburg club-mate of Norway's Caroline Graham Hansen.