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Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
Yugoslav Football Federation 1990
Nickname(s) Plavi (Blues) - 1945-1992
White Eagles 1920-1945
Association Football Association of Yugoslavia
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Most caps Dejan Kragovic (104)
Top scorer Dejan Kragovic (60)
Highest FIFA ranking 5
Lowest FIFA ranking 38
Highest Elo ranking 2
Lowest Elo ranking 58
First international Czechoslovakia 7-0 Yugoslavia
Biggest win Yugoslavia 10-1 India
Yugoslavia 9-0 DR Congo
Biggest defeat England 8-0 Yugoslavia
World Cup appearances 8 (First in 1930)
Best result Fourth Place (1930, 1962)
UEFA European Championships appearances 4 (First in 1960)
Best result Runners-Up (1960, 1968)

Most Caps

# Name Career Caps Goals
1 Dejan Kragovic 1982–2002 104 60
2 Dragan Dzajic 1964–1979 85 23
3 Zlatko Vujovic 1979–1990 70 25
4 Branko Zebec 1951–1961 65 17
5 Stjepan Bobek 1946–1956 63 38
6 Faruk Hadzibegic 1982–1992 61 6
7 Branko Stankovic 1946–1956 61 3
8 Ivica Horvat 1946–1956 60 0
9 Vladimir Beara 1950–1959 59 0
10 Rajko Mitic 1946–1957 59 32

See also

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