|13 Nov 21||Norway ||-|| Latvia|
|16 Nov 21||Gibraltar ||-|| Latvia|
|11 Oct 21||Latvia|| ||1 - 2|| ||Turkey|
|08 Oct 21||Latvia|| ||0 - 1|| ||Netherlands|
|07 Sep 21||Montenegro|| ||0 - 0|| ||Latvia|
|04 Sep 21||Latvia|| ||0 - 2|| ||Norway|
|01 Sep 21||Latvia|| ||3 - 1|| ||Gibraltar|
The Latvia national football team (Latvian: Latvijas futbola izlase) represents Latvia in international football and is controlled by the Latvian Football Federation, the governing body for football in Latvia. They have never qualified for the FIFA World Cup, however, they qualified for the European Championship in 2004 under head coach Aleksandrs Starkovs.
Latvia, alongside their Baltic rivals, Lithuania and Estonia, have also participated in the local sub-regional Baltic Cup tournament, which takes place every two years. Latvia is the current champion, having won the tournament in 2018. Latvia has won the Baltic Cup championship a record 13 times, more than any other country in the history of the tournament.
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