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Belarus national bandy team

The Belarusian national bandy team have been competing in the annual Bandy World Championship most of the times since 2001 (it started to be an annual tournament from 2003), but not in 2010 and 2018. In 2004, Belarus defeated Canada to win the Group B championship.[1] Belarus played in Group A in 2006, 2007 and again in 2008 after winning 9-1 against USA team, best team of Group B.

Belarus
AssociationBelarusian Bandy Federation
Head coachBelarus Sergey Chernyetskiy
Team colors         
First international
Belarus Belarus 0 – 23 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
Haparanda, 24 March 2001
Biggest win
Belarus Belarus 21 – 4 Estonia Estonia
Arkhangelsk, 24 March 2003
Biggest defeat
Norway Norway 32 – 0 Belarus Belarus
Haparanda, 29 March 2001
Bandy World Championship
Appearances15 (first in 2001)
Best result6th (2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2015, 2016)

The participation in the rink bandy tournament of the first CIS festival for national sports and games in 2017, Фестиваль национальных видов спорта и игр государств — участников Содружества Независимых Государств, resulted in fourth place.[2]

The national team is supervised by the Belarusian Bandy Federation, a member of the Federation of International Bandy.

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SquadsEdit

2015 WCSEdit

Belarusian squad at the 2015 World Championship in Khabarovsk, Russia.[3]

Pos. Birth Name Club
1987 Sergey Krivonogov   Start
1975 Yuriy Styopochkin   Znamya-Udmurtiya
1974 Yevgeniy Sviridov  
1986 Mikhail Tarasenko   HK Polotsk
1978 Yuriy Zenkov   HK Brest
1979 Andrey Kabanov   Lokomotiv
1981 Mikhail Pashnev   HK Polotsk
1976 Maxim Koshelev   Traktor Minsk
1990 Alexandr Kozlov   Lokomotiv
1979 Sergey Chernyetskiy  
1977 Konstantin Savyenko  
1981 Viktor Plyats   HK Polotsk
1984 Sergey Fyalko   HK Polotsk
1984 Daniil Garnitskiy   HK Polotsk
1975 Yevgeniy Khvalko   Yenisey
1978 Vyacheslav Brachenko   Vostok
1980 Sergey Yusupov   Zenith
1993 Alexandrr Baranov


2014 WCSEdit

Belarusian squad at the 2014 World Championship in Irkutsk, Russia.[4]

Pos. Age Name Club
GK 32 Dmitriy Poshelyuk   Polotsk Bandy Club
GK 37 Dmitriy Sergeyev   Volga
DF 29 Daniil Garnitskiy   Polotsk Bandy Club
DF Yevgeniy Makarov   Traktor Minsk
DF 39 Yevgeniy Sviridov   Sibselmash
DF 27 Mikhail Tarasenko   Traktor Minsk
DF 35 Yuriy Zenko   HK Brest
MF 32 Vadim Bogdanovich   Traktor Minsk
MF 32 Dmitriy Duben   Traktor Minsk
MF 36 Vitaliy Isachenko   Start (Orsha)
MF 27 Dmitriy Korobov   Polotsk Bandy Club
MF 37 Maxim Koshelev   Traktor Minsk
MF 30 Alexey Menkovskiy   Traktor Minsk
MF 36 Konstantin Savchenko   Baykal-Energiya
FW Artyom Botvenkov   Traktor Minsk
FW 34 Sergey Chernyetskiy   Polotsk Bandy Club
FW 38 Evgeny Chvalko   Yenisey
FW 23 Alexander Kozlov   Lokomotiv
FW Vladimir Shulzhenko   Traktor Minsk

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Prest, Ashley (02-05-2005). "Canada's bandy team wins silver" (PDF). Winnipeg Free Press. FP Canadian Newspapers. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-10-15. Retrieved 2010-10-30. Check date values in: |date= (help)
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  3. ^ . 2015 Bandy World Championship Official Homepage http://bandyvm2015.ru/en/teams/group-a/?command=11. Retrieved 15 September 2015. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ "Teams/Belarus". 2014 Bandy World Championship Official Homepage. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 24 July 2015.