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Belarusian Soccer (Football)

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Sports Publications

  • Pressbol


  • Sportivnaya Panorama


  • Vsye o Futbole   (Everything about Football)

    • First issue, published by the Belarusian Football Federation (BFF) in July, 1999. The BFF was one of the founders of the newspaper Futbol Belarusi (published from 1992 to 1995).
    • Editor-in-Chief: Yevgeny Vesnin
    • BFF President: Grigory Fyodorov   (also heads the State Committee on Aviation)


  • Fotbol Belarusi   (Defunct)

      Had been published in Miensk, Belarus', 1992 to 1995; in Russian; weekly. The newspaper closed because of financial problems.



Some Belarusian Teams


    Dinamo Mensk Dnepr Mogilyov
    MPKC Mozyr' Dinamo Brest
    Belshina Bobruisk Neman Hrodna
    Ataka Aura Mensk Torpedo Mensk
    Lokomotiv 96 Viciebsk Shakhtyor Soligorsk
    Dinamo 93 Mensk Obuvshchik Lida
    Naftan-Devon Novopolatsk     Torpedo Mogilyov
    Molodechno Vedrich Rechitsa

Some Belarusian Players


    Vladimir Makovsky
    Radislav Orlovsky




Belarus win tournament, Russia finish last   Tuesday May 21, 2002 12:50 p.m. ET

    MOSCOW, May 19 (Reuters) - Belarus claimed a shock 2-0 upset victory over Ukraine in the final of a four-team international tournament on Sunday to win the $60,000 first prize. . . .


Follow this link for the   Current Ranking for World Cup, FIFA Web site



The following information is from:

Yahoo European (Uefa) World Cup Qualifying Standings (April 3, 1997)

  but no longer online.


GROUP 4
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                    W   L   T   GF  GA    PTS
                    -   -   -   --  --    ---
Scotland            4   0   2    7   0    14
Austria             2   1   1    3   3     7
Sweden              2   2   0    7   4     6
Estonia             1   2   1    1   3     4
Belarus             1   2   1    3   7     4
Latvia              0   3   1    3   7     1

Group 4 Results
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Sweden 5, Belarus 1
Austria 0, Scotland 0
Belarus 1, Estonia 0
Sweden 2, Latvia 1
Estonia 1, Belarus 0
Scotland 2, Latvia 0
Austria 1, Sweden 0
Belarus 1, Latvia 1
Austria 2, Latvia 1
Scotland 1, Sweden 0
Estonia 0, Scotland 0
Scotland 2, Estonia 0
Scotland 2, Austria 0


Group 4 Schedule
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April 30, 1997
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Austria vs. Estonia
Sweden vs. Scotland
Latvia vs. Belarus

May 18, 1997
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Estonia vs. Latvia

June 8, 1997
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Estonia vs. Sweden
Latvia vs. Austria
Belarus vs. Scotland

August 20, 1997
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Estonia vs. Austria
Belarus vs. Sweden

September 6, 1997
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Austria vs. Sweden
Scotland vs. Belarus
Latvia vs. Estonia

September 10, 1997
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Sweden vs. Latvia
Belarus vs. Austria

October 11, 1997
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Austria vs. Belarus
Scotland vs. Latvia
Sweden vs. Estonia


NOTE: The nine group winners and the best runner-up will qualify
for the 1998 World Cup in France.  The eight other group
runners-up will be drawn in four pairs and play qualifying home
and away matches.  The four winners will also qualify for the
World Cup.  As the host nation, France automatically qualifies
for the tournament.



  • Belarus name squad for World Cup qualifier   from Yahoo Web site, April 21, 1997

    "MOSCOW, April 21 (Reuter) - Belarus named a 20-man squad on Tuesday for their World Cup group four qualifier away to Latvia on April 30."

      Squad:

      Goalkeepers - Andrei Sosunkevich (Lokomotiv Nizhny Novgorod), Yuri Afanasenko (Dynamo-93 Mensk), Valery Shantolosov (Baltika Kaliningrad).

      Defenders - Erik Yakhimovich, Sergei Shtanyuk, Andrei Ostrovsky (Dynamo Moscow), Alexander Oreshnikov (Krylya Sovietov Samara), Alexander Metlitsky (Vask Austria).

      Midfielders - Alexander Khadkevich, Valentin Belkevich (Dynamo Kiev), Sergei Gerasimets, Vassily Baranov (Baltika Kaliningrad), Vyacheslav Gerashchenko (Chernomorets Novorossiisk), Radislav Orlovsky (Torpedo Moscow), Sergei Gurenko (Lokomotiv Moscow), Miroslav Romashchenko (Spartak Moscow), Viktor Bezmen (Lokomotiv-96 Viciebsk).

      Forwards - Vladimir Makovsky (Dynamo Moscow), Pyotr Kachuro (Sheffield United), Yuri Antanovich (Rostselmash Rostov).


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