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  • Biggest victory of the Czechoslovakia football team
  • Heaviest defeat of the Yugoslavia football team
  • Antonín Janda scored his 1st and Czechoslovakia's 2nd international hat-trick
  • Jan Vaník scored his 1st and Czechoslovakia's 3rd international hat-trick
  • František Kolenatý is the latest born international footballer of Czechoslovakia
  • Slavin Cindrić is the latest born international footballer of Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia vs Yugoslavia international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Saturday, 28 August 1920, 10:00 (UTC+1:00)
National teams, score:
Czechoslovakia
7-0
Yugoslavia
Referee:
Raphaël Van Praag, Antwerp /
Belgium
Attendance, venue:
Goals:
1-0 (20') Jan Vaník, 2-0 (34') Antonín Janda, 3-0 (43') Josef Sedláček, 4-0 (46') Jan Vaník, 5-0 (50') Antonín Janda, 6-0 (75') Antonín Janda, 7-0 (79') Jan Vaník (pen.)
Managed by selection committee: Josef Fanta
Player
Caps
Age
Club
1
31
SK Viktoria, Žižkov
1
26
AC Sparta, Praha
1
29
AC Sparta, Praha
1
20
AC Sparta, Praha
1
24
AC Sparta, Praha
1
21
AC Sparta, Praha
1
26
AC Sparta, Praha
1
27
AC Sparta, Praha
1
32
AC Sparta, Praha
1
29
SK Slavia, Praha
1
26
AC Sparta, Praha
Yugoslavia national football team line-up in match Nr.1
Managed by head coach Veljko Ugrinić
Player
Caps
Age
Club
1
25
PH Građanski ŠK, Zagreb
1
25
PH Građanski ŠK, Zagreb
1
20
HAŠK, Zagreb
1
22
SK Ilirija, Ljubljana
1
19
HŠK Concordia, Zagreb
1
24
PH Građanski ŠK, Zagreb
1
PH Građanski ŠK, Zagreb
1
25
HŠK Concordia, Zagreb
1
24
PH Građanski ŠK, Zagreb
1
22
PH Građanski ŠK, Zagreb
1
21
SK Jugoslavija, Beograd
Match stats
National team
Players
Average caps
Average age
Clubs
Goals
Cautions
Expulsions
Czechoslovakia
11
1.000
26.992
3
7
0
0
Yugoslavia
11
1.000
5
0
0
0
Historical data sources
Lidové noviny (Brno), №437, 02 Sep 1920; Vědecká knihovna v Olomouci
Comments

db - posted on 28 April 2009 at 23:44:07

First Yugoslavian national team (link: )

legenda - posted on 18 May 2010 at 10:25:37

Artur (Ture) Dubravcic was Captain in this first "yugoslav" national team. (Source TEMPO Magazin 1985 all yugoslav internationals)
(...)

gruja - posted on 4 September 2010 at 18:43:32

After Rupec was injured in 13’, Yugoslavia played with 10 players

HisHasH - posted on 25 February 2011 at 17:06:37

native: Antonín
(like Antonín Perner) (...)

luciano - posted on 2 June 2011 at 15:43:41

MATCH: 1920/08/28 Cecoslovacchia

pieterkooijman - posted on 16 August 2011 at 14:19:05

Coach John Madden (Scotland) (link: )

pasaru - posted on 23 March 2012 at 23:44:15

Venue of the match
Broodstraat (Royal Antwerpen FC stadium) (...)

Makar - posted on 11 May 2013 at 12:35:43

Captains: Karel Pešek-Káďa (Czechoslovakia) and Artur Dubravčić (Yugoslavia). (link: )

fast midfielder - posted on 7 June 2022 at 14:03:40

According to Serbia FA it looks like thet don’t include the matches played by former Yugoslavia. (link: )
Czechoslovakia vs Yugoslavia post-match head-to-head
WP
100.0
P
1
W
1
D
0
L
0
GF
7
GA
0
GF/P
7.000
GA/P
0.000
Av attendance
600
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average
Czechoslovakia national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Bohemia vs England 0-4
Prague, Saturday 13 June 1908
Next match:
VII. Olympic Games Final Tournament 1920
Czechoslovakia vs Norway 4-0
Forest, Sunday 29 August 1920
Yugoslavia national team matches
Next match:
Friendly International
Egypt vs Yugoslavia 4-2
Antwerp, Friday 3 September 1920
Top Czechoslovakia goal scorers
1. Jan Košek (1906 - 1907) - 4 goals
2. Josef Bělka (1907 - 1908) - 4 goals
3. Antonín Janda (1920) - 3 goals
4. Jan Vaník (1920) - 3 goals
5. Jan Starý (1906) - 2 goals
... Josef Sedláček (1920) - 1 goal
(correct as of August 28, 1920)
Brief match report
Sat. 28 Aug 1920
Stadion aan de Broodstraat, Antwerp
Czechoslovakia 7-0 Yugoslavia
Goals: Vaník 20, Janda 34, Sedláček 43, Vaník 46, Janda 50, Janda 75, Vaník 79 (11m)

Czechoslovakia: Klapka, Hojer, Pospíšil, Kolenatý, Pešek (c), Perner, Sedláček, Janda, Pilát, Vaník, Škvajn. Managed by selection committee Fanta.

Yugoslavia: Vrđuka, Šifer, Župančić, Tavčar, Cindrić, Rupec, Vragović, Dubravčić (c), Perška, Granec, Ružić. Managed by Ugrinić.

Att: 600,
Ref: Van Praag (Belgium)

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