OUTDOOR BELGIUM FLAGS
Our outdoor flags of Belgium are made out of quick-drying nylon, an outstanding option for all-around, everyday flying. A strong heading and brass grommets allow this American-made flag to be flown easily on many different sized flagpoles, including a house-mounted pole. 3’ x 5’ is the most common size, but let this chart be your guide. Keep in mind that the length of a flag should be 1/4 of the height of the flagpole. Flag vs. pole size information may be found in our FAQ.
These outdoor flags are fantastic for flying on Belgian holidays, such as Whit Sunday, Belgium National Day, and Armistice Day, or for supporting Belgian national sports teams. These flags also make welcome additions to schools, embassies, or businesses to celebrate heritage, promote learning, or to welcome Belgian visitors.
Our Belgium flag is:
- Made in America
- Authentic design
- 100% nylon
- Durabe canvas heading
- Brass grommets
*Flags with pole sleeve and fringe should be used on our indoor mounting sets. These flags are not designed for hanging on wall or outdoor flagpoles. Any flag with pole sleeve & fringe is finished with lined pole sleeves, leather tabs, and golden yellow fringe on 3 sides.
INDOOR BELGIUM FLAGS
A pole sleeve and fringe can be added for a polished look on an indoor flag on an oak indoor display pole. Respect the fringe, please don’t post indoor flags on the wall or outdoors. Check for the proper size:
7' or 8'
3' x 5' w/ sleeve & fringe
4' x 6' w/ sleeve & fringe
These flags and indoor display sets are great for embassies, government buildings, international businesses, places of worship, and schools. The highlights of the indoor Belgium flag are:
- Made in America
- 100% nylon
- Golden yellow fringe
- Lined pole sleeve
- Leather tabs for attaching to flagpole
MORE ABOUT THE BELGIUM FLAG
Belgium’s classic tri-colour flag is based on the flag of the Duchy of Brabant, which created the first independent Belgian state, though it was short-lived. Eventually, Belgium retained its independence and created its flag, which has remained the same since the country’s creation in 1831.
Since then, Belgium has emerged from the ashes of the two World Wars that devastated the country to become a cultural and economic nexus of Europe. Brussels, its capital, is known as one of the most important diplomatic centers in the world, as it is the headquarters for both the European Union and NATO.
The Belgian flag’s vertical tri-colour design was inspired by that of the flag of France. The Belgium flag’s colours meanings each represent the lion seals of several of the country’s founding regions:
- Red - Hainaut, Limburg, and Luxembourg
- Yellow - Brabant
- Black - Flanders and Namur
If you're thinking about getting a Belgium flag of your own but you have some hesitation, please contact us so we can answer all of your questions!
Other DetailsMotto: "Eendracht maakt macht" / "Unity makes strength"
Language(s): Dutch, French, German
Currency: Euro €
Government: Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
Flag Meaning: The flag colors were taken from the coat of arms of the Duchy of Brabant, and the design is a reference of the France flag.