Nicknamed 'Vatreni' meaning 'The Blazers', the Croatia national football team wear red and white chequered shirts whit white shorts and are manufactured by Nike, Coached by Igor Stimac, Croatia are one of the stronger European nations as they feature several well known players in their squad including Luka Modric, Nikica Jelavic, Mladen Petric, Ivica Olic and Darijo Srna.
In their home games Croatia play in a strip of red and white checked shirts, they played in their first major tournament in 1996 and have been a strong force in international football ever since, finishing third in the 1998 World Cup thanks in part to Golden Boot winner Davor Suker.
Classically Croatia - American kit manufacturers Nike hand Croatia timeless home and away shirts to wear in the upcoming Euro '16 competition. The technically gifted squad of Croatia, headlined by Real Madrid's midfield maestro Luka Modric, hope to reach the knockout stages of the tournament howe [...]
FIFA has accepted a request from the Croatian Football Association to play the opening fixture of the 2014 World Cup in their traditional red and white checkered shirt. Croatia were supposed to wear their blue away shirt in the opening fixture however Croatian FA president Davor Suker had sub [...]
Croatia have officially released their new home and away kits for the 2014 World Cup in June this year. Officially unveiled in the country's capital of Zagreb during the trials of Nike Chance where Croatia star Mario Mandzukic handed the jersey to Josip Juranović, the winner of the Nike Chance e [...]
The Croatian national football team has played since Croatia's independence in 1990-1992 and is controlled by the Croatian Football Federation.
After the independence of Yugoslavia in 1991 Croatia gained membership from UEFA And FIFA where the UEFA Euro 1996 was their first major tournament as a country. The nations most known player Davor Suker was the top scorer at the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.