SERBIA Yugoslavia World Cup FRANCE 98 SERBIA

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Yugoslavia, or is it the former Yugoslavia, or even Serbia and Montenegro, or just Serbia?

Anyway, the former Yugoslavia played in eight World Cup finals, and made it to the semi-finals twice; in 1930, and 1962.

Serbia the country.

Official Squad:


1 Ivica KRALJ (Partizan)
12 Dragoje LEKOVIC (Sporting Gijon)


2 Zoran MIRKOVIC (Atalanta)
3 Goran DJOROVIC (Celta)
5 Miroslav DJUKIC (Valencia)
11 Sinisa MIHAJLOVIC (Sampdoria)
14 Nisa SAVELJIC (Bordeaux)
13 Slobodan KOMLJENOVIC (Duisburg)
16 Zeljko PETROVIC (Urawa)


10 Dragan STOJKOVIC (Nagoya)
8 Dejan SAVICEVIC (AC Milan)
4 Slavisa JOKANOVIC (Tenerife)
18 Dejan GOVEDARICA (Lecce)
7 Vladimir JUGOVIC (Lazio)
19 Miroslav STEVIC (1860 Munich)
6 Branko BRNOVIC (Espanyol)
20 Dejan STANKOVIC (Red Star)
15 Ljubinko DRULOVIC (FC Porto)


9 Predrag MIJATOVIC (Real Madrid)
17 Savo MILOSEVIC (Aston Villa)
22 Darko KOVACEVIC (Real Sociedad)
21 Perica OGNJENOVIC (Red Star)

Coached by Slobodan SANTRAC

First Round

14th June vs. Iran

21st June vs. Germany

25th June vs. Team USA

2nd Round
29th June vs. Holland

Match Reports.

Group Tables.

Yugoslavia progressed to the second round without doing anything special.

They were hopeless there against Holland too, and will not be missed.

The Road to The Final:
Who played who,
when and where.

Serbia Links.