Serbia had a very interesting past in the world of football. In 1920, They began their first international match playing at the summer Olympics in Antwerp against Czechoslovakia.
Serbia in 1930 World Cup
Having waited eagerly a likely decade, Serbia played professionally its first world cup in 1930 when it in creative common efficiently constitutes a key part of Yugoslavian, where it placed 4th. They excelled in a extremely fascinating game against mighty Brazil, winning comfortably over them by 2-1.
At the beginning of World War 11, football was obstructed, but when the war was over, a socialist federation was formed, and Serbia once again became a part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, a socialist country.
Serbia in 1948 and 1952 Olympics
They also participated in the summer Olympics of 1948, and with an amazing performance, they entered the final where they lost to Sweden.
Having the same 1948 football team, Serbia again had an amazing campaign in the 1952 summer Olympics. On top, they again reached the final against Hungary, where they were leading the game with a 5-0 in just 15 of the first half. But out of nowhere, the Soviet Union captain Bobrov scored a miraculous hat trick when they were up 5-2 and surprisingly they were 5-5, which came up as a result of the draw.
Serbia in 1950, 1954, and 1958 World Cup
Coming back to the FIFA journey in 1950, they got an amazing result against Switzerland by winning 3-0 and against Mexico with a 4-1 win. They finished as a group-stage team and couldn’t advance further after getting defeated 0-2 by Brazil.
1954 and 1958 were the time when they came ups a quarter-final team and both times West Germany where the apps who shattered Serbia’s dream to lift the trophy.
Serbia’s best FIFA (1962)
1962 was the best FIFA World Cup for Serbia, where they placed 4th in the tournament. They also defeated their best opponent, West Germany, in the quarter-final, but Czechoslovakia defeated them in the semi-final. Where they had the least chance to place as a 3rd but Chile got some other plans and a match happened where only 1 goal was scored and it was by Chile.
After the 1962 FIFA, they did qualify in 1974,1982, 1990, and 1998, but the group stage, second round, and quarter-final were the only positions they achieved.
Serbia from 1994 to 2006
From 1994 to 2006 was the time where Serbia merged with Montenegro.
2006 was the worst edition where they made it to the group stage and lost to Argentina with an enormous loss of 6-0.
After 2006, Serbia played as an independent country
Serbia in its last decade (2010 to 2018)
Now coming to the last decade from 2010 to 2018, they didn’t achieve much rather playing as a group stage team. But if we see their history in FIFA, we could see a team with lots of opportunities and talents, and this time they have talents and also experience with them.
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Cameroon FIFA Schedule, Day, Date, Opponent, and Venue
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They are playing in Group G against Brazil, Cameroon, and Switzerland. It will be a tough journey for them to pass the group stage because they have been losing to Brazil and Switzerland for the last decade. But Keeping history aside, we think Serbia has a powerful team and could make something out of it. It also pictured the players who seemed in a dominant form and the team strength matters the most.
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