Belarusian teams will meet Azerbaijan, Slovenia and San Marino in the second part of March.
Belarusian National Team’s Head Coach Igor Kriushenko finalized the list of players, called up for international friendlies against Azerbaijan and Slovenia.
Belarusian main team’s camp will last from 19 until 28 March. Our team will accommodate in a technical center of ABFF, and the only training before flight to the Caucasus will be at training complex of ABFF. The team will fly to Baku on 20 March in the morning. The first fixture will be played at Olimpiyskiy stadium, kick off is at 19:00 (Minsk time). On 25 March, the White Wings will fly to Ljubljana to meet Slovenia on 27 March. The venue of the game is Stozice stadium, kick off is at 21:15 (Minsk time).
The Head Coach called up 23 players:
Goalkeepers: Andrey Gorbunov (Dinamo Minsk), Aleksandr Gutor, Pavel Pavlyuchenko (both - Dynamo Brest).
Defenders: Aleksandr Martynovich (Krasnodar, Russia), Igor Shitov (Astana, Kazakhstan), Denis Polyakov (APOEL Nicosia, Cyprus), Sergey Politevich (Genchlerbirligi Ankara, Turkey), Mikhail Sivakov (Amkar Perm, Russia), Maksim Volodko (BATE Borisov), Oleg Veretilo (Dynamo Brest), Sergey Matveychik (Shakhter Soligorsk).
Midfielders: Sergey Kislyak (Irtysh Pavlodar, Kazakhstan), Stanislav Dragun, Igor Stasevich (both - BATE Borisov), Renan Bressan (Saves, Portugal), Pavel Nekhaychik, Pavel Savitsky (both - Dynamo Brest), Ivan Mayevsky (Astana, Kazakhstan), Yury Kendysh (Sheriff Tiraspol, Moldova), Yury Kovalev (Shakhter Soligorsk).
Forwards: Maksim Skavysh (BATE Borisov), Denis Laptev (Shakhter Soligorsk), Anton Saroka (Dinamo Minsk).
Sergey Chernik (Nancy, France) and Sergey Balanovich (Amkar Perm, Russia) are currently injured.
Following players are included into extended list: Denis Scherbitsky, Aleksey Rios, Mikhail Gordeychuk, Nikolai Signevich (all - BATE Borisov), Aleksey Gavrilovich, Pavel Sedko (both - Dynamo Brest), Artem Bykov (Dinamo Minsk), Aleksandr Karnitsky (Tosno, Russia), Gleb Rassadkin (Zirka Kropyvnytskyi, Ukraine), Anton Putilo (Ankaragucu, Turkey)
Belarus U21’s Head Coach Liudas Rumbutis announced the list of called-up players, who will play against San Marino in a qualifier game of U21 European Championship.
Our youth will gather in Minsk on 18 March and on next day will fly for a learning and training camp in Italian Santa Sofia. The team will move to San Marino on 24 March. The game will be played in Serravalle at Olympic stadium. Kick off is at 19:00 (local time).
The Head Coach of Belarusian team included following players into the roster:
Goalkeepers: Denis Scherbitsky (BATE Borisov), Maksim Plotnikov (Luch Minsk), Pavel Golovenko (FC Minsk);
Defenders: Egor Khvalko (Neman Grodno), Aleksey Ivanov (Luch Minsk), Zahar Volkov (BATE Borisov), Maksim Shvetsov, Aleksandr Chizh (both - Dinamo Minsk), Kirill Pechenin (Vitebsk), Aleksandr Pavlovets (Torpedo-BelAZ Zhodino);
Midfielders: Vladislav Klimovich (Torpedo-BelAZ Zhodino), Roman Yuzepchuk, Pavel Sedko (both - Dynamo Brest), Dmitry Bessmertny, Ivan Bakhar (both - FC Minsk), Mikhail Shibun (Shakhter Soligorsk), Evgeny Berezkin (BATE Borisov), Aleksandr Dzhigero (Luch Minsk);
Forwards: Evgeny Shevchenko, Dmitry Antilevsky (both - FC Minsk), Vitaly Lisakovich (Dinamo Zagreb, Croatia), Valery Gromyko (Shakhter Soligorsk), Artem Kiyko (Gorodeya).