Who are the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team players?

June 12, 2019 Off By idswater

Who are the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team players?

After the completion of UEFA Euro 1968, two players from SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mirsad Fazlagić and Ivica Osim, were chosen in the UEFA Team of the Tournament whilst representing the Yugoslav national team that ended up reaching the final of the tournament.

When was the first soccer game played in Bosnia?

In October 1996, Hasan Salihamidžić scored Bosnia-Herzegovina’s first official goal. The team’s first FIFA recognized friendly match, coming just nine days after the Dayton Peace Agreement brought an end to the Bosnian War, was played in Tirana against Albania on 30 November 1995.

Who are the Algeria players in the World Cup?

Sofiane Feghouli was one of the few Algeria players to retain a constant and regular role in Vahid Halilhodzic’s XI, as the chopping and changing of formation ruled out all but the most key and versatile.

When did Bosnia and Herzegovina become a member of FIFA?

The national team’s first international victory as a FIFA member came against 1994 FIFA World Cup runners-up Italy on 6 November 1996. The former Yugoslav country was ranked 170, while Italy were fifth at the time (a gap of 165 spots).

Who is the captain of Bosnia and Herzegovina football team?

As such, meeting one of its neighbor republics on the sports pitch is of great significance. Emir Spahić captained Bosnia at their first ever FIFA World Cup tournament. This is a list of Bosnia and Herzegovina captains for ten or more official and friendly matches.

When did Tino Sven Susic play for Bosnia?

Tino-Sven Sušić played for Bosnia at 2014 FIFA World Cup under his uncle – head coach Safet Sušić. Tables correct as of match played on 1 June 2018. 14.10.1998. 16.10

In October 1996, Hasan Salihamidžić scored Bosnia-Herzegovina’s first official goal. The team’s first FIFA recognized friendly match, coming just nine days after the Dayton Peace Agreement brought an end to the Bosnian War, was played in Tirana against Albania on 30 November 1995.