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Football Association of Srbija (Serbian: Фудбалски савез Србије (ФСС)) is official football organization is Srbija.

History Edit

Srbija gained its independence after 88 years on 19th April 2006. FAS existed from 1919 as part of Football Assocation of Yugoslavia. It started working on 30th May 2006. It's President is Zvezdan Terzić. Srbija founded CN FIFA. On 3rd June played its first match against Ghostovia. Result was 3-3.

1st CNFIFA World Cup, Columbia Edit

Srbija applied to be the host of 1st CNFIFA World Cup. Unfortunately, Srbija lost and Columbia became the host nation. Srbija started World Cup very poorly.

In first match, Srbija lost 1-0 to LawtonPrk. Then 3-0 from Germany, a semi-fonalist and played 1-1 with Zoggoth in the end. Coach Ilija Petković was angry and changed many players in the squad.

2nd CNFIFA World Cup, Srbija Edit

Srbija became the host of 2nd CNFIFA World Cup. Ilija Petković's new team plays great and their goal is to enter Quarter-Final.

In first match they tied Marxismo 1-1. The goal was scored by Danko Lazović and Srbija dominated the match In second match Danko Lazović's 2 goals and Panteli's goal were enough for easy victory against Colombia 3-0. People of Srbija rejoyce. In last match Srbija lost to new Deutschland 3-1 but because of scoring more goals, Srbija advanced. In knockout stage, Srbija defeated Dark Wolves 1-0 aand is playing in Quarter-Final.

SquadsEdit

The following players have all been called up to the Serbia squad for 2nd CNFIFA World Cup.

Goalkeepers

Player No. Pos. Date of Birth Caps Goals Club
Vladimir Stojković 1GK28 July 198360Nantes
Vlada Avramov 12GK5 April 197920Fiorentina

Defenders

Player No. Pos. Date of Birth Caps Goals Club
Mladen Krstajić 20LB4 March 1974522Schalke 04
Marjan Marković 21RB28 September 198130Dinamo Kiev
Nemanja Vidić 23CD21 October 1981241Manchester United
Milan Stepanov 5CD2 April 198370Trabzonspor
Milan Biševac 6CD31 August 198310Crvena Zvezda
Aleksandar Luković 3LB21 October 198250Ascoli
Branislav Ivanović 13RB22 February 198430Lokomotiv Moscow

Midfielders

Player No. Pos. Date of Birth Caps Goals Club
Dejan Stanković 10AM11 September 19786611Inter
Saša Ilić 22CM30 December 1977386Galatasaray
Ognjen Koroman 7AM19 September 1978322Partizan
Igor Duljaj 4DM29 October 1979422Shaktar Donetsk
Ivan Ergić 2CM21 January 198140Basel
Nenad Kovačević 16CM11 November 198020Lens
Aleksandar Trišović 14DM25 November 198341Crvena Zvezda

Strikers

Player No. Pos. Date of Birth Caps Goals Club
Nikola Žigić 19ST25 September 1980155Racing Santander
Marko Pantelić 9ST15 September 197872Hertha Berlin
Danko Lazović 8ST17 May 198365Vitesse
Danijel Ljuboja 11CF4 September 1978201Hamburger SV

Most appearances: Savo Milošević (101) Most goals: Stjepan Bobek (39)


Kits Edit

Home kits Edit

Fss home

Srbija's home kits are in colour of Serbian flag (Red, Blue and White) with golden numbers and FSS logo on it.

Away kits Edit

Fss away

Srbija's away kits are White, Blue and Red, opposite of home kits, also with golden numbers and FSS logo.

Superliga Edit

First League of Srbija is called Superliga. It consists of 20 teams:

  • Partizan
  • Crvena Zvezda
  • OFK Beograd
  • Mladost Apatin
  • Banat Zrenjanin
  • Bežanija
  • Borac Čačak
  • Hajduk Rodić MB
  • Radnički Niš
  • Smederevo
  • Vojvodina
  • Voždovac
  • Zemun
  • ČSK Pivara
  • Osijek
  • Varteks
  • Sarajevo
  • Borac Banja Luka
  • Leotar
  • Ferencvaros

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