Montenegro Score
UEFA European Championship
England 1
Montenegro 1
7
0
L
Kosovo 3
Montenegro 4
2
0
L
Montenegro 2
Bulgaria 2
0
0
D
Montenegro 2
Czech 2
0
3
L
Czech 3
Montenegro 3
3
0
L
Montenegro 2
Kosovo 3
1
1
D
Montenegro 1
England 3
1
5
L
Bulgaria 2
Montenegro 4
1
1
D
International Friendly
Montenegro 1
Belarus 2
2
0
W
Montenegro
Hungary 2
2
1
W
Montenegro Player
# Name Position
8
Deni Hocko Central Midfield
1
Danijel Petkovic Goalkeeper
12
Milan Mijatovic Goalkeeper
13
Matija Sarkic Goalkeeper
 
Andrija Dragojevic Goalkeeper
2
Momcilo Raspopovic Defender
4
Nikola Vukcevic Defender
5
Dusan Lagator Defender
17
Sead Haksabanovic Defender
19
Darko Bulatovic Defender
22
Marko Simic Defender
 
Aleksandar Scekic Defender
 
Emrah Klimenta Defender
 
Damir Ljuljanovic Defender
 
Nemanja Mijuskovic Defender
 
Zarko Tomasevic Defender
7
Marko Vesovic Midfielder
11
Fatos Beqiraj Midfielder
14
Nemanja Sekulic Midfielder
18
Damir Kojasevic Midfielder
21
Aleksandar Boljevic Midfielder
 
Luka Mirkovic Midfielder
 
Nebojsa Kosovic Midfielder
 
Stefan Savic Midfielder
 
Marko Bakic Midfielder
 
Adam Marusic Midfielder
 
Stevan Jovetic Midfielder
9
Stefan Mugosa Forward
23
Branislav Jankovic Forward
 
Luka Djordjevic Forward
 
Mirko Ivanic Forward
 
Vukan Savicevic Forward
 
Radislav Sekulic Forward
 
Stefan Loncar Forward
15
Igor Vujacic Secondary Striker
 
Darko Zoric Secondary Striker
10
Marko Jankovic Right Wing
16
Vladimir Jovovic Left Wing
 
Asmir Kajevic Attacking Midfield
 
Filip Stojkovic Right Back
 
Milos Bakrac Centre Back
20
Aleksandar Sofranac Centre Forward
 
Ljubisa Tumbakovic Coach
About Montenegro
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  • Name: Montenegro
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  • Established Date: 2006
  • Coach: Ljubisa Tumbakovic
The Montenegro national football team (Montenegrin: Fudbalska reprezentacija Crne Gore / Фудбалска репрезентаци?а Црне Горе) has represented Montenegro in international football since 2007. It is controlled by the Football Association of Montenegro, the governing body for football in Montenegro. Montenegro's home ground is Podgorica City Stadium in Podgorica. Montenegro is one of the world's newest international teams, having joined FIFA and UEFA in 2007, following the restoration of Montenegrin independence in 2006. Montenegro played its first official international match against Hungary in March 2007, and competed in their first FIFA World Cup qualifiers in 2010. Montenegro participated in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification and were placed with Poland, Denmark, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Romania. Poland, Denmark and Romania had been participants in the UEFA Euro 2016, but Montenegro began by drawing 1–1 away to Romania, beating Kazakhstan 5–0 at home and defeating Denmark 1–0. However, they then lost 3–2 away to Armenia despite leading 2–0, and were defeated 2–1 at home by Poland. Montenegro then rebounded, beating Armenia 4–1 and Kazakhstan 3–0. They later eliminated Romania with a 1–0 victory, but losses to the Danes and Poles ended Montenegro's chance of qualifying.