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Yugoslavia national under-21 football team

The Yugoslavia national under-21 football team existed in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. After the state's dissolution in 1992, the following teams were formed:

Following the realignment of UEFA's youth competitions in 1976, Yugoslavia's Under-21 team was formed. The team had a varied record, reaching the last four in four tournaments and failing to qualify for four. Yugoslavia won the inaugural competition in 1978. Since the under-21 competition rules insist that players must be 21 or under at the start ot a two-year competition, technically it is an U-23 competition. Yugoslavia's record in U-23 competitions is also shown.

Contents

  • UEFA European Under-23 Challenge Cup 1
  • UEFA U-21 Championship Record 2
  • Honors 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

UEFA European Under-23 Challenge Cup

Yugoslavia were randomly chosen to play holders Bulgaria for the title, which they won. They then faced (and beat) other randomly chosen teams until the competition was abandoned in summer 1970 for a larger competition.

  • October 26, 1968: Bulgaria 1-2 Yugoslavia
  • June 6, 1969: Yugoslavia 3-0 Spain
  • November 6, 1969: Yugoslavia 2-0 Sweden
  • March 24, 1970: Greece 1-5 Yugoslavia


  • 1972: Did not qualify. Finished 2nd of 3 in qualification group.
  • 1974: Did not qualify. Finished 2nd of 3 in qualification group.
  • 1976: Losing semi-finalists.

This was competed for on a basis similar to a boxing title belt. The holders played a randomly chosen opponent for the championship.

Date Winners Runners-up Venue
18 June 1969 Yugoslavia Novi Sad, Yugoslavia

UEFA U-21 Championship Record

  • 1978: Winners.
  • 1980: Losing semi-finalists.
  • 1982: Did not qualify. Finished 2nd of 3 in qualification group.
  • 1984: Losing semi-finalists.
  • 1986: Did not qualify. Finished 4th of 4 in qualification group.
  • 1988: Did not qualify. Finished 3rd of 3 in qualification group.
  • 1990: Runners-up.
  • 1992: Did not qualify. Finished 2nd of 4 in qualification group.

Honors

Three times Balkan Youth Championship winners (1972, 1975, and 1976).

See also

External links

  • UEFA Under-21 website Contains full results archive
  • The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation Contains full record of U-21/U-23 Championships.


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