|Full name||Fudbalski klub Belasica Strumica|
|Founded||22 April 1922|
|League||Macedonian Third League – East|
The club was founded on 22 April 1922 at the cafe of Tašo Todorov, where fifty initiators gathered at the founding meeting for the football club Belasica Strumica. According to documents, the first meeting was held on 13 August 1922 with Gjorgi Moskov elected president, Tomi Kujundziev as secretary and Rosto Perov as treasurer.
The first match played in club history was against Pobeda from Skopje, where Belasica lost by the score of 1–0.
For the most part the team played in the Federal Eastern Yugoslav Second League containing only the teams from 3 Republics: Macedonia,Montenegro and Serbia, winning the Macedonian Republic league on two occasions. In Macedonia, the club had its biggest success in the early 2000s when they were runners-up of the Macedonian First League twice. Although they currently play in the second league it still plays an important role in Macedonian football is a countless source of football talent. The Macedonia national football team has had many players who have come from the Belasica youth school. Among them are: Goran Pandev, Aco Stojkov, Igor Gjuzelov, Robert Popov, Goran Popov, Zoran Baldovaliev, Dančo Masev and Goran Maznov.
In 2015, the club was bought to the Macedonian kickboxer Slavčo Vaskov-Pinda.
The most notable player to come out of Belasica is Goran Pandev a current Macedonian international and Galatasaray player.
Mladost Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Strumica, Republic of Macedonia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and the stadium's capacity is 6,500 spectators.
- Winners (4): 1956, 1958, 1983, 1988
- Winners (2): 1984, 1986
- Winners (1): 1999–2000
|1997–98||1. MFL||25||8||4||13||25||35||41||13th ↓||QF|
|1998–99||2. MFL East||29||19||2||8||58||30||59||2nd|
|1999–00||2. MFL East||30||27||0||3||116||19||72||1st ↑||R1|
|2002–03||1. MFL||33||20||9||4||50||32||69||2nd||SF||UEFA Cup||QR|
|2003–04||1. MFL||33||10||6||17||37||55||36||10th||R2||UEFA Cup||QR|
|2005–06||1. MFL||33||2||2||29||22||84||8||12th ↓||R2|
|2011–12||2. MFL||30||4||6||20||27||56||18||16th ↓|
|2012–13||3. MFL East||33||23||3||7||102||23||72||4th||R1|
|2013–14||3. MFL East||26||23||1||2||82||16||70||1st||R1|
|2014–15||3. MFL East||22||18||3||1||66||11||57||1st||R1|
Top scorer shown in bold when he was also top scorer for the division.
Belasica in Europe
|2002–03||UEFA Cup||Qualifying round||Leixões||2–2||1–2||3–4|
|2003–04||UEFA Cup||Qualifying round||NK Celje||2–7||0–5||2–12|
Notable former managers
- "Кикбоксер го купи струмичкиот ФК ,,Беласица,," (in Macedonian). Jugoinfo.mk. 17 February 2015. Retrieved 13 December 2015.
- "Goran Pandev profile: 10 things you need to know about the Tottenham target – News". MirrorFootball.co.uk. 2009-05-19. Retrieved 2012-08-08.
- Official Website (Macedonian)
- Club info at MacedonianFootball (English)
- Football Federation of Macedonia (Macedonian)