Croatia Score
UEFA European Championship
Croatia 2
Slovakia 1 3
3
1
W
International Friendly
Turkey 1
Croatia 1
3
3
D
Switzerland 1
Croatia 2
1
2
W
Croatia
Georgia
2
1
W
UEFA Nations League
Croatia 1 3
Portugal 1
2
3
L
Sweden 1
Croatia 2
2
1
L
Croatia 3
France 2
1
2
L
Croatia 2
Sweden 1
2
1
W
France 3
Croatia 3
4
2
L
Portugal
Croatia 2
4
1
L
Croatia Fixtures
UEFA European Championship
England
Croatia
Croatia
Czech
Croatia Player
# Name Position
 
Mijo Caktas Central Midfield
12
Ivo Grbic Goalkeeper
23
Simon Sluga Goalkeeper
 
Lovre Kalinic Goalkeeper
 
Dominik Livakovic Goalkeeper
3
Borna Barisic Defender
16
Domagoj Bradaric Defender
21
Josip Juranovic Defender
 
Domagoj Vida Defender
 
Dino Peric Defender
 
Dejan Lovren Defender
 
Matej Mitrovic Defender
 
Sime Vrsaljko Defender
 
Tin Jedvaj Defender
2
Filip Uremovic Midfielder
6
Marin Pongracic Midfielder
8
Mateo Kovacic Midfielder
9
Antonio-Mirko Colak Midfielder
10
Luka Modric Midfielder
11
Toma Basic Midfielder
14
Ante Budimir Midfielder
15
Mario Pasalic Midfielder
17
Marko Rog Midfielder
19
Milan Badelj Midfielder
 
Filip Bradaric Midfielder
 
Marcelo Brozovic Midfielder
 
Ivan Rakitic Midfielder
4
Ivan Perisic Forward
7
Josip Brekalo Forward
20
Bruno Petkovic Forward
 
Andrej Kramaric Forward
 
Ante Rebic Forward
18
Mislav Orsic Left Wing
13
Nikola Vlasic Attacking Midfield
 
Karlo Bartolec Right Back
22
Dario Melnjak Left Back
5
Duje Caleta-Car Centre Back
 
Mile Skoric Centre Back
 
Zlatko Dalic Coach
About Croatia
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  • Name: Croatia
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  • Established Date: 1912-01-01
  • Coach: Zlatko Dalic
The Croatia national football team (Croatian: Hrvatska nogometna reprezentacija) represents Croatia in international football matches. The team is controlled by the Croatian Football Federation (HNS), the governing body for football in Croatia. Football is widely supported throughout the country due to the ever-present popularity of the sport. Most home matches are played at the Stadion Maksimir in Zagreb, although other smaller venues are also used occasionally. They are one of the youngest national teams (since formation) to reach the knockout stage of a major tournament, as well as the youngest team to occupy the top 10 in the FIFA World Rankings. The team represents the second-smallest country by population and land mass to reach the World Cup final, behind Uruguay and Netherlands respectively. At major tournaments, Croatia holds joint-records for longest period between one goal and another of a player (2002–2014), most penalty shootouts played, most extra time periods played and most penalties saved in a match. They are also one of only two teams—along with Colombia—to be named FIFA's "Best Mover of the Year" more than once, winning the award in 1994 and 1998. Upon admission to FIFA, Croatia was ranked 125th in the world; following the 1998 World Cup campaign, the side rose to third place in the rankings, making it the most volatile team in FIFA Rankings history.