|Goals scored||620 (2.63 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Yuri Korolyuk (21)|
|Biggest home win||Khimik 6–0 Baranovichi;|
SKVICH 6–0 Smorgon;
SKVICH 6–0 Baranovichi
|Biggest away win||Polotsk 0–5 Partizan;|
Baranovichi 0–5 Gorodeya;
Belcard 0–5 Polotsk
|Highest scoring||Slutsk 7–3 Khimik|
The 2011 Belarusian First League is the 21st season of 2nd level football in Belarus. It started on April 23 and will end in November 2011.
Team changes from 2010 season
Two teams that finished at the bottom of 2010 season table (Kommunalnik Slonim and Lida) relegated to the Second League. They were replaced by two best teams of 2010 Second League (Gorodeya and Slutsksakhar Slutsk).
Teams and venues
|Team||Location||Position in 2010|
|Partizan||Minsk||Premier League, 12|
|Gorodeya||Gorodeya||Second League, 1|
|Slutsk||Slutsk||Second League, 2|
|Klechesk||Kletsk||Second League, 3|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Slavia Mozyr (P)||30||22||5||3||53||17||+36||71||Promotion to 2012 Premier League|
|2||Partizan Minsk (P)||30||20||5||5||59||26||+33||65||Qualification for promotion play-off|
|9||Klechesk Kletsk[a] (R)||30||12||5||13||45||42||+3||41||Relegation to 2012 Belarusian Second League|
|15||Belcard Grodno (R)||30||8||5||17||30||55||−25||29||Relegation to 2012 Belarusian Second League|
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd matches won; 3rd head-to-head (points, matches won, goal difference, goals scored); 4th goal difference; 5th goals scored
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
- Klechesk were denied First League licence for 2012 due to financial troubles.
The runners-up of 2011 Belarusian First League Partizan Minsk played a two-legged promotion play-off against the 11th placed team of 2011 Premier League (Vitebsk) for one spot in the 2012 Premier League and won the series 3–2. As a result, Vitebsk were relegated to the First League and Partizan promoted to Premier League. Partizan, however, were unable to start the next season due to bankruptcy and were disbanded.
|1||Yuri Korolyuk||Volna Pinsk||21|
|2||Alyaksandr Makas||Partizan Minsk||19|
|3||Uladzimir Shakaw||SKVICH Minsk||16|
|Ruslan Shukelovich||Khimik Svetlogorsk||16|
|5||Dmitry Verstak||Belcard Grodno||14|
|6||Yuri Markhel||SKVICH Minsk||13|
|Pavel Byahanski||Vedrich-97 Rechitsa||13|
Updated to games played on 19 November 2011
- Official site (in Russian)