Serbia is a national team which plays in the UEFA Confederation and they had most notably had several household names to play for the side in the past decade including Nemanja Vidic, Branislav Ivanovic, Zdravko Kuzmanovic, Aleksandar Kolarov, Zoran Tosic, Savi Milosevic, Dejan Stankovic, Predrag Mijatovic and Nikola Zigic. They wear red home shirts with blue shorts and white socks which is manufactured by Nike.
Serbia used to compete on the international football scene as Yugoslavia, but the team subsequently became Serbia and Montenegro in 2003 when the country changed its name. The nation failed to qualify for the FIFA World Cup in 2014 where Brazil were the hosts.
Serbia prepare for their upcoming World Cup Qualifier fixtures by releasing brand new home and away shirts. Traditional and clean was the apparent design criteria by kit suppliers Umbro for their national team of Serbia's updated home and away shirts to use within their 2018 World Cup Qualifier c [...]
Signing a new kit deal with Umbro earlier this year, Serbia have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 international season. Also launching their new away kit earlier this year, the new home kit features the nation's trademark red colour along with gold elements [...]
Signing a new kit deal with Umbro earlier in the year, Serbia have officially launched their new away kit from the Double Diamonds. Revealed by several players of the Serbian side including Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic, Lazar Markovic and Aleksandar Kolarov the new away shirt is white and fe [...]
The Serbia national newspapers are reporting the team are in negotiations with Umbro to replace Nike are their international kit manufacturer. If the rumours are true, commencing as of 2014, an Umbro deal would see Serbia wearing the English brand's logo for the 2016 UEFA Euro Qualifiers at the e [...]
As Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, their first international match was against Brazil in 1994, they lost 2 nil. Their biggest win came against the Faroe Islands in 1996, putting eight goals past them with only one in reply. They lost 6-1 to Holland in 2000 to suffer their heaviest defeat.
They have qualified for two world cup finals in the 1998 and again in 2006, they have competed in one European Championships, reaching the quarter finals in 2000. The player to pull on the Serbian shirt the most times is Savo Milosevic with 97 appearances for his country, he is also their top goalscorer with 35.