Montenegro national football team

Nickname(s) Hrabri sokoli
(The Brave Falcons)
Association Fudbalski Savez Crne Gore (FSCG)
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Ljubiša Tumbaković
Captain Mirko Vučinić
Most caps Elsad Zverotić (59)
Top scorer Stevan Jovetić (19)
Home stadium Podgorica City Stadium
First colours
Second colours
FIFA ranking
Current 56 Increase 49 (20 October 2016)
Highest 16 (June 2011)
Lowest 199 (June 2007)
Elo ranking
Current 74 (29 June 2016)
Highest 37 (29 March 2011)
Lowest 75 (29 May 2016)
First international
 Montenegro 2–1 Hungary 
(Podgorica, Montenegro; 24 March 2007)
Biggest win
 San Marino 0–6 Montenegro 
(Serravalle, San Marino; 11 September 2012)
Biggest defeat
 Romania 4–0 Montenegro 
(Bucharest, Romania; 31 May 2008)

The Montenegro national football team (Montenegrin: Fudbalska reprezentacija Crne Gore, Фудбалска репрезентација Црне Горе) represents Montenegro in association football and is controlled by the Fudbalski Savez Crne Gore (FSCG), 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 sides, having come into existence at 2007, following Montenegrin independence (2006).

The first official game Montenegro played on March 2007, and first competition that the national team competed in was the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying.



Following the independence of Montenegro from Serbia and Montenegro, Serbia took Serbia and Montenegro's place in the Euro 2008 qualifying stage, but UEFA had stated that they would be willing to include Montenegro as a late entry, as long as FIFA had ratified a separate Montenegrin Football Association before September 2006, when the qualifying began. However, as of the competition beginning, this had not occurred.[1] In October 2006, Montenegro was granted provisional membership of UEFA, with a debate on full membership scheduled at a full UEFA Congress in January 2007.[2] Montenegro's first FIFA World Ranking was joint 199th place, the last place on the list. This is because they had a score of 0 when the rankings were worked out.

First matches

Mirko Vučinić is captain of Montenegro since 2007

On 26 January 2007, the Montenegro FA was granted full membership of UEFA.[3] Soon after that, the team played its first FIFA-recognized friendly match against Hungary on 24 March 2007 at Stadion Pod Goricom in Podgorica. Montenegrin team won with result 2–1 in front of 12,000 spectators. Striker Mirko Vučinić scored the country's first ever goal in the 62nd minute.[4][5] On 31 May 2007, Montenegro was admitted as FIFA's 208th member.[6]

Montenegro's first coach was Serbia and Montenegro-born Zoran Filipović. Hailed by both players and press, his record was rather positive, with 23 matches played, eight victories, eight draws and seven defeats. Filipović, however, left the Balkan newcomers in January 2010 when his contract expired. During his time, Montenegro rose to 73rd position in the FIFA rankings.

Montenegro played at the 2007 Kirin Cup, but finished in last place behind Japan and Colombia, losing to both teams.

On 26 March 2008, Montenegro recorded one of its best played matches with a 3–1 win over Norway. At the same time, the nation recorded its highest scoring game.

First competitive matches

On 6 September 2008, Montenegro played its first ever World Cup qualifier, at Podgorica City Stadium, against Bulgaria in Podgorica. As expected, Bulgaria took an early lead in the 11th minute with a goal from Stiliyan Petrov. Mirko Vučinić scored in the 61st minute to make the game 1–1. Igor Burzanović took a penalty and made it 2–1 in the 82nd minute. As Montenegrin fans were about to celebrate a historical first competitive win, a last-minute equalizer from Blagoy Georgiev spoiled the party. In their next match on 10 September, they achieved another notable result when they held the Republic of Ireland to a 0–0 draw.

Another near-upset came in a narrow 2–1 loss against Italy. Despite Alberto Aquilani's early strike, Vučinić quickly equalized 11 minutes later. Aquilani then scored again ten minutes later. However, their second match against Italy in the two-game series ended 2–0 in favor of the world champions. And another disappointment came when the team could only draw 0–0 against Georgia and went on to draw 2–2 against Cyprus, having fought back after being two goals down. The fixture on 5 September 2009 was a shock when, after taking an early lead against Bulgaria in Sofia with Stevan Jovetić putting them 1–0 up, Bulgaria scored four goals in succession to win 4–1. Montenegro, then eliminated, drew their next game with Cyprus 1–1, who were also eliminated. Montenegro would finally register their first competitive win against Georgia, winning 2–1. They then managed a great performance to hold the Republic of Ireland to a 0–0 draw at Croke Park. They ultimately finished fifth in the group with nine points, just below Cyprus on goal differential. Though they failed to qualify for the World Cup, Montenegro had performed better than expected in their first competitive international matches. The next month, they reached one of their highest positions in the FIFA rankings, in 73rd place.

Golden era

UEFA Euro 2012 qualification

Stevan Jovetić

During the UEFA Euro 2012 qualification, the team recorded further victories. At the beginning, in August 2010, the team defeated Wales in Podgorica winning 1–0 from a goal by Mirko Vučinić. A few days later, the team defeated Bulgaria in Sofia 1–0. The next month, the team defeated Switzerland 1–0 by taking the lead in the second half and then recorded a 0–0 draw in London against England. On 4 June 2011, Montenegro played against Bulgaria. Switzerland tied with England 2–2, with England narrowly avoiding defeat. Although Montenegro had a bright start, the Bulgarians were able to keep it 1–1. Radomir Đalović scored for Montenegro early in the second half, but Ivelin Popov scored minutes later, keeping Montenegro in second. Montenegro and England were at the time tied on points, but due to a larger goal difference, England remained ahead.

After that, Montenegro played against Wales in Cardiff. Montenegro were beaten 2–1 (Steve Morison and Aaron Ramsey for Wales, Stevan Jovetić for Montenegro), and appeared to have significantly damaged their chances of making the play-offs. After the match, Montenegro still was in second in group G, but Switzerland has closed the gap to only three points.
On June 2011 FIFA rankings, Montenegro was 16th on the world.

On 7 October, Montenegro played its seventh match in UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying against England in Podgorica. It was a rainy October night, but a very bright one for Montenegro. England started the match well, leading 0–2 in the 31st minute thanks to goals by Ashley Young and Darren Bent. A deflected volley by Elsad Zverotić in the 45th minute reduced the deficit to 1–2, and Montenegro were much brighter in the second half, creating a lot of chances. Their cause was greatly helped by the dismissal of Wayne Rooney after 73 minutes for kicking out at Miodrag Džudović. Montenegro equalised in stoppage time when a cross from Stefan Savić was headed in at the far post by Andrija Delibašić. The Montenegrins celebrated wildly, knowing following an announcement on the public address system that Wales were beating Switzerland 2–0, and thus that a point would be sufficient to guarantee second place in the group and a place in the play-offs. The game ended 2–2, whilst Wales won 2–0, securing a play-off position for Montenegro, a historic achievement putting the team two matches away from qualifying for Euro 2012.

In their last match in Euro 2012 qualifying, Montenegro lost 2–0 to Switzerland in Basel, though the outcome did not carry any implications, as Montenegro had already secured their place in the play-offs.

On 13 October, the draw for the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying play-offs was held in Kraków, Poland. As a result of the draw, Montenegro played against the Czech Republic, eventually losing 3–0 on aggregate and failing to qualify.

2014 FIFA World Cup qualification

Montenegro was in qualification Group H, along with England, Poland, Ukraine, Moldova and San Marino.

In their first match, Montenegro played against Poland in Podgorica. Jakub Błaszczykowski scored from a penalty kick for Poland in the fifth minute, but Montenegro came back with goals by Nikola Drinčić in the 26th minute and Mirko Vučinić in the first half's injury time following a corner kick. In the second half, Adrian Mierzejewski scored an equalizer for Poland in the 55th minute, the game's final goal in a 2–2 draw.

On 11 September, Montenegro played against San Marino in Seravalle. In a very one-sided match, Montenegro won 0–6,[7] the biggest win for Montenegro since its formation. Montenegro then proceeded to beat Ukraine 0–1 away in Kiev,[8] the sole goal scored by Dejan Damjanović. In their last match in 2012, Montenegro faced San Marino in Podgorica on 14 November, a comfortable 3–0 win.

Montenegro played their fifth qualifier match against Moldova in Chișinău on 22 March 2013, winning 0–1 through Mirko Vučinić's lone goal. After that, Montenegro returned to Podgorica to play the second ranked team in the group, England. The outcome was a 1–1 draw the goals coming from Wayne Rooney in the sixth minute and from Dejan Damjanović.

At the top of their World Cup qualifying group, Montenegro hosted Ukraine on 7 June 2013. They suffered their first defeat, losing 0–4. The match also saw Montenegro finish the match with nine men after Vladimir Volkov and Savo Pavićević were sent off. Their last four matches yielded just a single point, a 1–1 draw in Poland. Their 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign finished with a 2–5 home defeat to Moldova, finishing third in the group behind England and Ukraine.


UEFA Euro 2016 qualification

On 23 February in Nice, Montenegro was drawn for qualification in Group G alongside Russia, Sweden, Austria, Moldova and Liechtenstein. Started with win against Moldova (2:0), Montenegro disappointed with draw in Liechtenstein (0:0). After defeat in Austria (0:1) and draw with Sweden in Podgorica (1:1), chances for qualifying were much worse.
On 27 March 2015, Montenegro had a home match against Russia. The match was abandoned after 67 minutes due to crowd violence (during the match, the Russian Dmitri Kombarov was hit by an different object). The original score was 0–0 and Russia missed a penalty moment before the match was abandoned. Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev was hit by a flare, causing a second 33-minute delay.[9] After that abandoned game (UEFA registered it 3:0 for Russia), Montenegro lost their chances to qualify. At the end, Montenegrin national team finished as a four-placed team in a group.
Once 16th country on the world, at summer 2016 became 95th team on FIFA ranking-list.

FIFA rankings

Montenegro national football team is present on FIFA rankings since June 2007. Until now, best ranking of Montenegro was 16th place in the world (June 2011).
Below is a list of Montenegro position on FIFA ranking-list by every six months, with number of points.

List / month Pos Pts
June 2007 199 0
December 2007 172 65
June 2008 142 180
December 2008 112 310
June 2009 110 331
December 2009 74 456

List / month Pos Pts
June 2010 64 500
December 2010 25 824
June 2011 16 915
December 2011 51 585
June 2012 50 581
December 2012 31 756

List / month Pos Pts
June 2013 25 841
December 2013 52 594
June 2014 51 574
December 2014 59 537
June 2015 70 513
December 2015 85 403

List / month Pos Pts
June 2016 90 382

Team image

Montenegrin supporters


Under the official FIFA Trigramme, the team’s name is abbreviated as MNE, which is also the country's code. The team's nickname is "The Brave Falcons" (Montenegrin: Hrabri Sokoli).


Home venue of Montenegro national team matches is Podgorica City Stadium (often named Stadion pod Goricom). Montenegrin team never played any single home match on some other stadium. Current capacity of stadium is 15,230 seats, but for international games there are about 13,000 free-seats, because most seats on the south stand are reserved for guest supporters.
With the full crowd at every important match, and the architecture of the stands which are only four meters away from the pitch-lines, games of Montenegrin national team are playing in the highly-electric atmosphere.


The Montenegrin national team trains at the Football Association of Montenegro Training Camp located in the Podgorica neighborhood of Stari Aerodrom. Training Camp have numerous facilities, and among them are six pitches and House of Football, which is the new seat of Montenegrin Football Association.


The team kit is currently produced by Italian company Legea. It is all-red with gold details to reflect the colours of the Montenegrin national flag. Before that, briefly the kit providers were daCapo (2007–2008).

Manufacturer Period
Serbia daCapo 2007–2008
Italy Legea 2008–present


At competitive matches, the Montenegrin home ground Podgorica City Stadium is very often filled to capacity. The stadium is regarded as too small to meet the needs of the national team. Demand for the World Cup qualifier against Italy in 2009 was 30,000 tickets and 40,000 for the Euro 2012 qualifying match against England in 2011.

Montenegro's loudest and most loyal supporters are Ultra Crna Gora (Ultra Montenegro). They practice ultras way of support – standing up and singing for 90 minutes, no matter the result, both home and away. They occupy the north and south stands of Podgorica City Stadium. Choreography is usually performed at the beginning of the games. Ultra Crna Gora consists of many subgroups, mostly named after Podgorica's neighborhoods and Montenegrin towns in other parts of the country.

On 7 October 2011, in a match against England, at the sound of final whistle, hundreds of Montenegrin supporters ran onto the pitch to celebrate with the players.


In international football, players can normally only play for one national team once they play in all or part of any match recognised as a full international by FIFA. However, an exception is made in cases where one or more newly independent states are created out of a former state. Based on current FIFA rules, a player will be eligible to play for Montenegro, even if he had previously represented Serbia and Montenegro or any other country, if at least one of the following statements applies:[10]

Due to mixed ancestries, it is likely that a high percentage of the players eligible to play for Montenegro will also remain eligible to play for Serbia, and vice versa. However, once they have played for either Serbia or Montenegro in any competitive fixture, they are no longer eligible to play for any other nation.

Current squad

The following squad was called up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier matches against Armenia on 11 November. [11]
Caps and goals as of 11 November 2016 after the game against Armenia.

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 1GK Mladen Božović (1984-08-01) 1 August 1984 42 0 Montenegro Zeta
12 1GK Milan Mijatović (1987-07-26) 26 July 1987 2 0 Montenegro Dečić
13 1GK Danijel Petković (1993-05-25) 25 May 1993 1 0 Hungary MTK Budapest

17 2DF Elsad Zverotić (1986-10-31) 31 October 1986 59 5 Switzerland Sion
15 2DF Stefan Savić (1991-01-08) 8 January 1991 41 4 Spain Atlético Madrid
5 2DF Marko Baša (1982-12-29) 29 December 1982 38 2 France Lille
23 2DF Adam Marušić (1992-10-17) 17 October 1992 13 0 Belgium Oostende
2 2DF Aleksandar Šofranac (1990-10-21) 21 October 1990 3 0 Croatia Rijeka
6 2DF Nemanja Mijušković (1992-03-04) 4 March 1992 2 0 Republic of Macedonia Vardar
22 2DF Filip Stojković (1993-01-22) 22 January 1993 2 0 Germany 1860 Munich
3 2DF Risto Radunović (1992-05-04) 4 May 1992 0 0 Montenegro FK Budućnost

4 3MF Nikola Vukčević (1991-12-13) 13 December 1991 20 1 Portugal Braga
8 3MF Marko Bakić (1993-11-01) 1 November 1993 11 0 Portugal Braga
7 3MF Marko Vešović (1991-08-28) 28 August 1991 11 0 Croatia Rijeka
18 3MF Vladimir Boljević (1988-01-17) 17 January 1988 8 0 Cyprus AEK Larnaca
20 3MF Vladimir Jovović (1994-10-26) 26 October 1994 7 0 Serbia Napredak Kruševac
19 3MF Aleksandar Šćekić (1991-12-12) 12 December 1991 6 0 Turkey Gençlerbirliği
16 3MF Damir Kojašević (1987-06-03) 3 June 1987 4 1 Republic of Macedonia Vardar

10 4FW Stevan Jovetić (Vice-captain) (1989-11-02) 2 November 1989 44 19 Italy Internazionale
11 4FW Fatos Bećiraj (1988-05-22) 22 May 1988 44 7 Russia Dynamo Moscow
9 4FW Stefan Mugoša (1992-02-23) 23 February 1992 11 0 Germany TSV 1860 München
14 4FW Luka Đorđević (1994-07-09) 9 July 1994 4 1 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
21 4FW Filip Raičević (1993-07-02) 2 July 1993 3 0 Italy Vicenza

Recent call-ups

The following players have been called on the last 12 months.

Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club Latest call-up
GK Vukašin Poleksić (1982-08-30) 30 August 1982 39 0 Hungary Békéscsaba v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016

DF Žarko Tomašević (1990-02-22) 22 February 1990 21 3 Belgium Oostende v.  Denmark, 11 October 2016
DF Marko Simić (1987-06-16) 16 June 1987 21 0 Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv v.  Denmark, 11 October 2016
DF Esteban Saveljich (1991-05-29) 29 May 1991 4 0 Spain Levante v.  Romania, 4 September 2016
DF Vladimir Volkov (1986-06-06) 6 June 1986 17 0 Belgium Mechelen v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016
DF Vladimir Vujović (1982-07-23) 23 July 1982 7 0 Indonesia Persib Bandung v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016
DF Emrah Klimenta (1991-02-13) 13 February 1991 1 0 United States Sacramento Republic v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016

MF Nemanja Nikolić (1988-01-01) 1 January 1988 13 0 Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv v.  Denmark, 11 October 2016
MF Vladimir Rodić (1993-09-07) 7 September 1993 5 0 Turkey Kardemir Karabükspor v.  Denmark, 11 October 2016
MF Marko Janković (1995-07-09) 9 July 1995 1 0 Serbia Partizan v.  Denmark, 11 October 2016
MF Petar Grbić (1988-08-07) 7 August 1988 7 0 Turkey Adana Demirspor v.  Romania, 4 September 2016
MF Mladen Kašćelan (1983-02-13) 13 February 1983 25 0 Russia Tosno v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016
MF Branislav Janković (1992-04-08) 8 April 1992 3 0 Serbia Čukarički v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016
MF Darko Zorić (1993-09-12) 12 September 1993 3 0 Serbia Borac Čačak v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016
MF Vukan Savićević (1994-01-29) 29 January 1994 0 0 Slovakia Slovan Bratislava v.  Turkey, 29 May 2016

FW Mirko Vučinić (1983-10-01) 1 October 1983 44 17 United Arab Emirates Al Jazira v.  Denmark, 11 October 2016


Manager Career Played Won Draw Lost GF GA Win %
Montenegro Filipović, ZoranZoran Filipović 2006–2009 23 8 8 7 28 31 34.78%
Croatia Kranjčar, ZlatkoZlatko Kranjčar 2010–2011 13 6 2 5 14 11 46.15%
Montenegro Brnović, BrankoBranko Brnović 2011–2015 34 11 9 14 39 40 32.35%
Serbia Tumbaković, LjubišaLjubiša Tumbaković 2016- 7 2 2 3 10 7 28.50%

Coaching staff

Position Name
Head Coach Serbia Ljubiša Tumbaković
Assistant Coach Serbia Zoran Mirković
Assistant Coach Serbia Aleksandar Janković
Assistant Coach Montenegro Miodrag Džudović
Goalkeeping Coach Montenegro Dragoje Leković

Player records

Player/coach records are accurate as of 14 November 2016. Players in bold are still active at international level.

Most capped players

Player Career Caps C Q F G
Elsad Zverotić2008-59036235
Simon Vukčević2007-201445126192
Mirko Vučinić2007-20154438261817
Stevan Jovetić2007-4417321219
Fatos Bećiraj2009-44227177
Vladimir Božović2007-43021220
Mladen Božović2007-40022180
Stefan Savić2010-40128124
Savo Pavićević2007-201439019200
Vukašin Poleksić2007-38420180

C - captain (starting as captain); Q - qualifiers; F - friendlies; G - goals
ž Updated: November 14, 2016

Top goalscorers

Player Goals Q F First Last
Stevan Jovetić1910920082016
Mirko Vučinić179820072015
Dejan Damjanović87120092015
Fatos Bećiraj76120102016
Radomir Đalović71620082011
Andrija Delibašić66020092012
Elsad Zverotić55020102013
Stefan Savić42220112016
Žarko Tomašević32120142016
Nikola Drinčić31220082012

Q - qualifiers; F - Friendlies; First - First goal; Last - Last goal
Updated: November 14, 2016


# Player Montenegro career Captain (Total Caps)
1 Mirko Vučinić (current captain) 2007– 38 (44)
2 Stevan Jovetić 2007– 17 (44)
3 Branko Bošković 2007–2014 9 (30)
4 Vukašin Poleksić 2007– 4 (38)
5 Fatos Bećiraj 2009– 2 (42)
Igor Burzanović 2007–2008 2 (8)
7 Radomir Đalović 2007–2011 1 (26)
Stefan Savić 2010– 1 (38)
Simon Vukčević 2007–2014 1 (45)
Milan Jovanović 2007–2014 1 (36)
Nikola Drinčić 2007–2014 1 (33)

Competition History

Montenegro have participated in four qualification rounds for big tournaments so far. On every occasion, Montenegro failed to qualify, and biggest success was placement to playoffs for UEFA Euro 2012.
Montenegro first tried to qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, but they finished fifth in their group. Montenegro had more success in UEFA Euro 2012 qualifications, when they finished 2nd in their group, and qualified for the play-offs. They failed to qualify for the main event, because they lost their two leg match against Czech Republic.
At qualifiers for 2014 FIFA World Cup, Montenegro won the third place in the group, and two years after, in the qualifying group for UEFA Euro 2016 finished fourth.
Below is a list of games of Montenegro national football team by every competition on which they participated.

Competition G W D L GF GA GD
FIFA World Cup qualifiers 24 7 10 7 36 35 +1
UEFA European Championship qualifiers 20 6 5 9 17 23 -6
Friendly games 33 14 6 13 44 42 +2
OVERALL 77 27 21 29 96 99 -3

Updated: November 14, 2016

FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup Qualification record
Year Round Position Pld W D L GF GA Pld W D L GF GA Position
South Africa 2010 Did not qualify 10 1 6 3 9 14 5/6
Brazil 2014 Did not qualify 10 4 3 3 18 17 3/6
Russia 2018 To be determined
Total 0/2 20 5 9 6 27 31

UEFA European Football Championship

UEFA European Championship Qualification record
Year Round Position Pld W D L GF GA Pld W D L GF GA Position
Poland Ukraine 2012 Did not qualify 10 3 3 4 7 10 2/5
France 2016 Did not qualify 10 3 2 5 10 13 4/6
Europe 2020 To be determined To be determined
Total 0/2 20 6 5 9 17 23

Recent results and fixtures

Since 2007, Montenegrin national team is playing a dozens of qualifying and friendly matches by every year. There is a List of official matches of the Montenegro national football team. Below is a score of Montenegrin national team by every opponent country.

As of 14 November 2016
Opponent W D L GF GA GD Total
 Czech Republic00203−32
 Republic of Ireland0200002
 Northern Ireland10020+21
 San Marino20090+92
42 Countries 27 21 29 96 99 −3 77

FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying

{{2018 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group E table |show_matches=yes}}

UEFA Euro 2016 qualification

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification Austria Russia Sweden Montenegro Liechtenstein Moldova
1  Austria 10 9 1 0 22 5 +17 28 Qualify for final tournament 1–0 1–1 1–0 3–0 1–0
2  Russia 10 6 2 2 21 5 +16 20 0–1 1–0 2–0 4–0 1–1
3  Sweden 10 5 3 2 15 9 +6 18 Advance to play-offs 1–4 1–1 3–1 2–0 2–0
4  Montenegro 10 3 2 5 10 13 3 11 2–3 0–3[lower-alpha 1] 1–1 2–0 2–0
5  Liechtenstein 10 1 2 7 2 26 24 5 0–5 0–7 0–2 0–0 1–1
6  Moldova 10 0 2 8 4 16 12 2 1–2 1–2 0–2 0–2 0–1
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualification tiebreakers
  1. Montenegro home match against Russia was awarded as a 3–0 win to Russia[12] after match was abandoned after 67 minutes due to crowd violence and scuffle between players (caused by Dmitri Kombarov being hit by an object thrown from the Montenegrin sector[13]). The original score was 0–0 and Russia missed a penalty moments before the match was abandoned. This was the second delay of the match as in the first minute, Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev was hit by a flare, causing a 33-minute delay.[14] Both teams were then charged by UEFA.[15]

See also


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  3. Simon Hart (2007). "UEFA to consider 24-team EURO". Archived from the original on 19 February 2007. Retrieved 11 April 2007.
  4. "Soccer-Montenegro beat Hungary 2–1 in international debut". 24 March 2007. Retrieved 11 April 2007.
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