Slovenia national football team

Slovenia national football team

Infobox National football team
Name = Slovenia
Badge = Slovenialogo.png Badge_size = 151px FIFA Trigramme = SVN
Nickname =
Association = Football Association of Slovenia
Confederation = UEFA (Europe)
Coach = Matjaž Kek
Captain = Robert Koren
Most caps = Zlatko Zahovič (80)
Top scorer = Zlatko Zahovič (35)
Home Stadium = Stadion Ljudski vrt
FIFA Rank = 79
1st ranking date = August 1993
FIFA max = 25
FIFA max date = December 2001
FIFA min = 134
FIFA min date = December 1993

Elo Rank = T78

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First game = Flagicon|Slovenia Slovenia 0 - 1 Croatia Flagicon|Croatia (Murska Sobota, Slovenia; June 19, 1991)
Largest win = Flagicon|Oman Oman 0 - 7 Slovenia Flagicon|Slovenia (Muscat, Oman; February 8, 1999)
Largest loss = Flagicon|France France 5 - 0 Slovenia Flagicon|Slovenia (Saint-Denis, France; October 12, 2002)
World cup apps = 1
World cup first = 2002
World cup best = Round 1, 2002
Regional name = European Championship
Regional cup apps = 1
Regional cup first = 2000
Regional cup best = Round 1, 2000
The Slovenia national football team is the national football team of Slovenia [http://www.slovenia.info] and is controlled by the Football Association of Slovenia. They played their first match in 1992 after the split of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991. Before that, Slovenian players played for the Yugoslavia national football team.

Slovenia were surprise qualifiers for Euro 2000 when they beat Ukraine in a playoff. They turned some heads during the tournament, drawing with Yugoslavia and Norway, and only losing to Spain 2-1. Slovenia achieved another major success two years later, qualifying for the 2002 World Cup, this time defeating Romania in a playoff. They did not lose a match in their whole qualifying campaign, recording 6 wins and 6 draws. However, they did not do as well in the finals, as they went home pointless.

Despite failing to qualify for the 2006 World Cup, they were the only team to beat Italy on their way to winning the tournament with a shock 1-0 victory on home turf. It wasn't the only time they avoided defeat against the team - in 1995 they held them to 1-1 draw in the qualifying campaign for Euro 96, and also took the lead.

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

2010 FIFA World Cup qualification - UEFA Group 3
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fixtures = yes
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Current squad

The following players were named for World Cup 2010 qualifying matches against Northern Ireland on October 11, 2008 and Czech Republic on October 15, 2008. Caps and goals as of October 11, 2008.

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:Last updated: October 11, 2008. Statistics include official FIFA-recognised matches only.

Recent call-ups

The following players have also been called up to the Slovenia squad in 2008.

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Competition history


= European Championship record =

Top goalscorers

:Last updated: October 11, 2008. Statistics include official FIFA-recognised matches only.

External links

* [http://www.football.si/ Official website]
* [http://www.rsssf.com/tabless/slov-intres.html RSSSF archive of results]
* [http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/slov-recintlp.html RSSSF archive of most capped players and highest goalscorers]


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