|Association||Saarländischer Fussball-Verband (SFV)|
|Head coach||Helmut Schön|
|Most caps||Waldemar Philippi (18)|
|Top scorer||Herbert Binkert |
Herbert Martin (6)
|Home stadium||Ludwigspark Stadion|
| Saar 5–3 Switzerland B |
(Saarbrücken, Saar; 22 November 1950)
| Netherlands 3–2 Saar |
(Amsterdam, Netherlands; 6 June 1956)
| Switzerland B 2–5 Saar |
(Bern, Switzerland; 15 September 1951)
| Saar 1–7 Uruguay |
(Saarbrücken, Saar; 5 June 1954)
The Saarland national football team (German: Saarländische Fußballnationalmannschaft) was the association football team representing the Saar Protectorate in international football from 1950 to 1956 during the French occupation following World War II. As France opposed the inclusion of the Saarland in the Federal Republic of Germany until 1956, they administered it separately from Germany as the Saar Protectorate.
As the local population did not want to join France, separate organisations were founded. A National Olympic Committee was founded in 1950, leading to an appearance of Saar at the 1952 Summer Olympics. Also, considering themselves not an independent nation different from Germany, the football team was not designated as a "national team", and was more generally referred to as a "selection" (German: Auswahl) or some similar term.