The Belarus women's national football team represents Belarus in international women's football. The team is governed by the Football Federation of Belarus (Беларуская фэдэрацыя па футболу).
After the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, FIFA and UEFA, the European governing body for football, banned Belarusian national and club teams from hosting international competitions.
Belarus first appeared in a FIFA/UEFA qualification stage in the 1997 European Championship, where it was paired with the Czech Republic, Poland and Estonia. In its first official match they lost 0–1 to the Czech Republic on 7 October 1995. In May 1996 they attained their first official win by beating 3–0 Poland, which had defeated them 2–0 in the first match. In the 1999 World Cup qualifying Belarus was ranked in Class B, with no qualifying options.
In the 2001 European Championship qualifying, again in Class B, Belarus beat Estonia 4–1 and 0–7, Israel 0–5 and 1–0 and Slovakia 1–0, and tied 1–1 in Romania, but the Romanians earned the spot in the promotion play-offs after beating Belarus 0–1. Belarus lost 6–1 to Slovakia in the last match.
In the 2003 World Cup qualifying, Class B, Belarus was 3rd, tied with Slovakia.
In the 2005 European Championship qualification, Class B, Belarus beat Estonia 5–0 and 1–3, Kazakhstan 0–2 and 8–1, and Israel 0–2. They just conceded two points, from a home 1–1 tie against Israel. Belarus topped the group for the first time, but there were no promotion play-offs as the qualifying system was unified for 2009.
In the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification Belarus was promoted for the First Category, and ended second to last with 7 points. In the 2009 European Championship qualifying Belarus ended second to last. In the 2011 World Cup qualifying Belarus was 3rd. In the 2013 European Championship qualifying Belarus was grouped with Finland, Ukraine, Slovakia and Estonia.
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