Belgium's national football team played only friendly matches in the 1910s. A substantial part of these however can be considered to be part of (minor) tournaments: all friendly matches against the Netherlands were played for a Cup: the Coupe van den Abeele during the matches in Belgium and the Rotterdamsch Nieuwsblad Beker when the encounter took place in the Netherlands. Belgium also had their first international duels with Germany, Italy and Switzerland in this decade. Because of the First World War, no matches were played in the years 1915-1918. The end balance was negative with 13 losses against 11 wins (and 4 draws).
28 matches played: