Serbia Men's National Football Team
That’s right, Serbia’s national football team is ready to get back on the field to represent their country, and you can be there to see it with your own eyes! Ranked as one of the best teams in Europe in terms of technique, the Beli Orlovi – aka White Eagles – are determined to make history this year. If you are looking for tickets to watch the Serbia National Football Team in action, buy and sell them at StubHub, the world's largest marketplace. You can exchange any spare ticket safely and securely with any football fans from any corner of the world.
Serbia National Football Team coach and players
The Serbian side is also known as "Eastern European Brazil" and has been admired for the talent the squad boasts. Indeed, many first-rate players train all-year round in top European leagues, so that they can represent their country in international football competitions, such as the Football World Cup, which will be taking place soon in Russia, in 2018. Being the top team of the Group D qualifiers, this year is set to be an interesting one!
Serbia National Football Team includes top-notch promises like left-back Aleksandar Kolarov, striker Aleksandar Mitrović or captain Branislav Ivanovic. After the departure of Radovan Ćurčić, Slavoljub Muslin took over as the team’s head coach. Having managed clubs all over the continent and having three domestic league titles under his belt, Rodavan has big plans for Serbia’s national team. Will this be their year? Will they beat football giants like Italy and Germany? There are many ways to find out, but surely the best one is to be there at the Stadium, cheering for the team! You can buy your Serbia National Football Team tickets right here, at StubHub.
Football in Serbia: The National team’s history
The history of the Serbia team is short, seeing as the country only exists independently since 2006. Previously, this team had played as part of Serbia and Montenegro, and even earlier (between 1920 and 1991) Serbia had belonged to Yugoslavia. Bearing this in mind, Serbia’s first match took place in 2006 when they beat the Czech Republic on an away game (3-1). Their first go in a World Cup as Serbia was during 2010’s South Africa edition.
In total, Serbia has participated in 11 World Cup tournaments throughout its history, if we take into account the nine times they played as part of Yugoslavia and two times with Serbia and Montenegro. So buy your tickets for the Serbian national team at StubHub in just a couple of clicks! And if you already have some and cannot make it to the game, do not throw the ticket away: you can sell it right here and look at the date of the next Serbian game!