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Belarus national football team

On 28 October 1992 in Minsk, Belarus played to a 1-1 draw it's first international game against Ukraine football team. Until now 282 Belarus national team matches were held.

Belarus national football team all-time record

WP
42.2
P
282
W
84
D
70
L
128
GF
314
GA
406
GF/P
1.113
GA/P
1.440
Av attendance
11 297
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average
Belarus football results by competition
Competition
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Goals For
Goals Against
Winning Percentage
66
14
12
40
68
121
30.3
77
18
16
43
62
118
33.8
18
7
6
5
23
15
55.6
Friendly matches and other tournaments
121
45
36
40
161
152
52.1
All-time Belarus results by date
1
28 Oct 1992 17:30 (+2:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

Friendly International
2
27 Jan 1993 21:00 (-4:00)

Santiago de Guayaquil, Estadio Monumental Isidro Romero Carbo

Friendly International
3
30 Jan 1993 20:00 (-5:00)

Lima , Estadio Nacional

Friendly International
4
25 May 1994 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

Friendly International
5
17 Aug 1994 17:00 (+2:00)

Radom, Stadion Radomiaka

Friendly International
6
07 Sep 1994 20:00 (+2:00)

Oslo, Ullevaal Stadion

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
7
12 Oct 1994 19:00 (+2:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
8
16 Nov 1994 19:00 (+2:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
9
29 Mar 1995 16:30 (+2:00)

Ostrava, Stadion Bazaly

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
10
26 Apr 1995 19:00 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
11
07 Jun 1995 20:00 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
12
29 Jul 1995 18:00 (+3:00)

Vilnius, Žalgirio Stadionas

Friendly International
13
06 Sep 1995 20:15 (+2:00)

Rotterdam, Stadion de Kuip (Feijenoord)

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
14
07 Oct 1995 18:00 (+2:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
15
11 Oct 1995 20:00 (+1:00)

Luxembourg City, Stade Josy Barthel

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
16
12 Nov 1995 15:00 (+1:00)

Attard, Ta`Qali National Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 5
17
14 Feb 1996 20:00 (+2:00)

Izmir, İzmir Atatürk Stadyumu

Friendly International
18
27 Mar 1996 15:30 (+1:00)

Nitra, Štadión pod Zoborom

Friendly International
19
01 May 1996 17:15 (+2:00)

Mielec, Stadion Stali

Friendly International
20
27 May 1996 17:30 (+3:00)

Maladzyechna, Municipal Stadium

Friendly International
21
01 Jun 1996 18:30 (+2:00)

Solna, Råsunda Fotbollstadion

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
22
31 Jul 1996 18:30 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

Friendly International
23
20 Aug 1996 18:00 (+2:00)

Fürth, Ronhof Stadion

Friendly International
24
31 Aug 1996 18:30 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
25
05 Oct 1996 15:00 (+3:00)

Tallinn, Kadrioru Staadion

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
26
09 Oct 1996 18:30 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
27
05 Jan 1997 15:00 (+2:00)

Alexandria, Al-Iskandarīyah Stadium

Friendly International
28
30 Apr 1997 17:00 (+3:00)

Rīga, Daugavas Stadions

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
29
08 Jun 1997 17:00 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
30
05 Aug 1997 19:00 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

Friendly International
31
20 Aug 1997 20:30 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
32
07 Sep 1997 14:00 (+1:00)

Aberdeen, Pittodrie Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
33
10 Sep 1997 19:00 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
34
11 Oct 1997 16:00 (+2:00)

Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadion

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
35
07 Jun 1998 18:00 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

Friendly International
36
19 Aug 1998 18:00 (+3:00)

Vilnius, Žalgirio Stadionas

Friendly International
37
05 Sep 1998 20:30 (+3:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying, Group 1
38
14 Oct 1998 19:30 (+1:00)

Cardiff, Ninian Park

UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying, Group 1
39
09 Feb 1999 18:30 (+2:00)

Haifa, Kiryat Eliezer Stadium

Friendly International
40
27 Mar 1999 18:30 (+2:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying, Group 1
41
31 Mar 1999 20:45 (+2:00)

Ancona, Stadio Del Conero

UEFA Euro 2000 Qualifying, Group 1

Belarus national football team records and stats

5:0
Biggest victory (achieved on 3 occasions, most recently 9 September 2018 vs San Marino)
0:8
Heaviest defeat (3 March 2021 vs Belgium)
3
Most consecutive victories (achieved on 3 occasions, most recently 11 November 2021 vs Jordan - 3 March 2022 vs Bahrain)
7
Most consecutive matches without defeat (8 August 2010 vs Lithuania - 2 February 2011 vs Kazakhstan)
4
Most consecutive draws (3 March 2008 vs Turkey - 8 August 2008 vs Argentina)
13
Most consecutive matches without a draw (3 March 2007 vs Luxembourg - 2 February 2008 vs Malta, 3 March 2021 vs Estonia - 6 June 2022 vs Slovakia)
14
Most consecutive matches without victory (9 September 1998 vs Denmark - 6 June 2000 vs Estonia)
8
Most consecutive defeats (1 January 1997 vs Egypt - 10 October 1997 vs Austria, 3 March 2021 vs Belgium - 11 November 2021 vs Wales)
10
Most consecutive matches scoring (2 February 2004 vs Latvia - 6 June 2005 vs Slovenia)
4
Most consecutive matches without scoring (achieved on 3 occasions, most recently 3 March 2024 vs Montenegro - 6 June 2024 vs Israel)
16
Most consecutive matches conceding a goal (9 September 2006 vs Albania - 11 November 2007 vs Netherlands)
6
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (8 August 2010 vs Lithuania - 11 November 2010 vs Oman, 9 September 2018 vs San Marino - 11 November 2018 vs San Marino)
External sources

db - posted on 15 September 2012 at 18:46:00

Stats database → www.footbel.net

Rust78 - posted on 16 September 2012 at 08:20:00

Stats database → www.kick-off.by

pasaru - posted on 22 January 2017 at 21:03:39

List of results → abff.by

Belarus football association

Football Federation of Belarus
(native: Беларуская федэрацыя футбола)

Most caps for Belarus
1. Alyaksandr Kulchy (1996 - 2012) - 102 caps
2. Syarhey Hurenka (1994 - 2006) - 80 caps
3. Alyaksandr Hleb (2001 - 2019) - 80 caps
4. Syarhey Karnilenka (2003 - 2016) - 78 caps
5. Tsimafey Kalachow (2004 - 2016) - 76 caps
Most goals for Belarus
1. Maksim Ramashchanka (1998 - 2008) - 20 goals
2. Syarhey Karnilenka (2003 - 2016) - 17 goals
3. Vital Kutuzaw (2002 - 2011) - 13 goals
4. Vyachaslaw Hleb (2004 - 2011) - 12 goals
5. Stanislaw Drahun (2011 - 2020) - 11 goals
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