Wales v Belarus

Belarus

The Republic of Belarus was formed in 1991 following the break up of the USSR, with the Football Federation of Belarus (Biełaruskaja Fiederacyja Futboła) becoming members of FIFA in 1992 and UEFA in 1993.

Belarus' first official international game was a 1-1 draw at home to Ukraine in a friendly match in October 1992 and the country made its competitive during the 1996 UEFA European Championship qualifying campaign.

Wales' first meeting with Azerbaijan was during the 2000 UEFA European Championship qualifying campaign and the 3-2 victory was also the last international match to be played at Cardiff's Ninian Park.

Craig Bellamy became the eighth player to be sent off for Wales during the 2-1 defeat to Belarus in Minsk in September 2000.

Wales record v Belarus

Head to Head

 PWDLFA
Home330052
Away210133
Neutral110032
ALL6501117

Match details

no.datescorescorers (wales)venue 
48313/10/1998Wales 3-2 BelarusRobinson, Coleman, SymonsNinian Park, CardiffECQ
48704/09/1999Belarus 1-2 WalesSaunders, GiggsStadyjon Dynama, MinskECQ
49302/09/2000Belarus 2-1 WalesSpeedStadyjon Dynama, MinskWCQ
50206/10/2001Wales 1-0 BelarusHartsonMillennium Stadium, CardiffWCQ
65709/09/2019Wales 1-0 BelarusJamesCardiff City Stadium, CardiffFr
68005/09/2021Belarus 2-3 WalesBale (3, 2pen)Centralniy Stadion, Kazan, RussiaWCQ


Belarus Honours

none


Welsh players to have made their debut against Belarus

Four Welsh players have made their international debut against Belarus.