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Croatia national football team

Croatia's first-ever international football match was held on 2 April 1940 against Switzerland* national team in Zagreb and finished with a score of 4-0. To date 377 games of the Croatia national team were played.

World Cup runners-up 2018.

Croatia national football team all-time record

WP
65.8
P
377
W
198
D
101
L
79
GF
653
GA
380
GF/P
1.732
GA/P
1.008
Av attendance
22 483
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average
Croatia football results by competition
Competition
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Goals For
Goals Against
Winning Percentage
30
13
8
9
43
33
56.7
72
43
20
9
129
51
73.6
78
50
17
11
148
50
75.0
18
7
3
8
25
34
47.2
Friendly matches and other tournaments
156
76
46
34
276
180
63.5
All-time Croatia results by date
1
02 Apr 1940

Zagreb, Stadion Koturaška Cesta (Igralište Građanskog)

Friendly International
2
21 Apr 1940 15:00 (+1:00)

Bern, Wankdorfstadion

Friendly International
3
02 May 1940 17:00 (+1:00)

Budapest, Üllői út

Friendly International
4
08 Dec 1940 13:30 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Koturaška Cesta (Igralište Građanskog)

Friendly International
5
15 Jun 1941 16:30 (+2:00)

Vienna, Praterstadion (Wiener Stadion)

Friendly International
6
07 Sep 1941 17:30 (+2:00)

Bratislava, Tehelné pole

Friendly International
7
28 Sep 1941 16:00 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Concordije na Tratinskoj cesti

Friendly International
8
18 Jan 1942 15:00 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Concordije na Tratinskoj cesti

Friendly International
9
05 Apr 1942 15:30 (+2:00)

Genoa, Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris (Marassi)

Friendly International
10
11 Apr 1942

Zagreb, Stadion Concordije na Tratinskoj cesti

Friendly International
11
07 Jun 1942 18:00 (+2:00)

Bratislava, Tehelné pole

Friendly International
12
14 Jun 1942 18:00 (+2:00)

Budapest, Üllői út

Friendly International
13
06 Sep 1942

Zagreb, Stadion Concordije na Tratinskoj cesti

Friendly International
14
11 Oct 1942 15:30 (+2:00)

Bucharest, Stadionul Agenţia Naţională de Educaţie Fizică

Friendly International
15
01 Nov 1942 15:00 (+2:00)

Stuttgart, Adolf Hitler Kampfbahn

Friendly International
16
04 Apr 1943 15:00 (+1:00)

Zurich, Hardturm

Friendly International
17
10 Apr 1943

Zagreb, Stadion Concordije na Tratinskoj cesti

Friendly International
18
06 Jun 1943 18:00 (+2:00)

Bratislava, Tehelné pole

Friendly International
19
09 Apr 1944

Zagreb, Stadion Concordije na Tratinskoj cesti

Friendly International
20
12 Sep 1956

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
21
17 Oct 1990 19:00 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
22
22 Dec 1990 15:00 (+1:00)

Rijeka, Stadion na Kantridi

Friendly International
23
19 Jun 1991 17:30 (+2:00)

Murska Sobota, Stadion Fazanerija

Friendly International
24
05 Jul 1992 15:00 (+10:00)

Melbourne, Olympic Park Stadium

Friendly International
25
08 Jul 1992 20:30 (+10:00)

Adelaide, Hindmarsh Stadium

Friendly International
26
12 Jul 1992 15:00 (+10:00)

Sydney, Sydney Football Stadium

Friendly International
27
22 Oct 1992 17:00 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
28
25 Jun 1993 20:15 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
29
23 Mar 1994 21:30 (+1:00)

Valencia, Estadio Luís Casanova

Friendly International
30
20 Apr 1994 17:30 (+2:00)

Bratislava, Tehelné pole

Friendly International
31
18 May 1994 18:00 (+2:00)

Győr, Rába E.T.O. Stadion

Friendly International
32
04 Jun 1994 21:00 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
33
17 Aug 1994 19:00 (+3:00)

Ramat Gan, National Stadium

Friendly International
34
04 Sep 1994 17:10 (+3:00)

Tallinn, Kadrioru Staadion

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
35
09 Oct 1994 17:30 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
36
16 Nov 1994 20:30 (+1:00)

Palermo, Stadio La Favorita

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
37
25 Mar 1995 20:15 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
38
29 Mar 1995 18:45 (+3:00)

Vilnius, Žalgirio Stadionas

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
39
26 Apr 1995 20:15 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
40
11 Jun 1995 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
41
03 Sep 1995 20:15 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
42
08 Oct 1995 20:30 (+1:00)

Split, Gradski stadion u Poljudu

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4

Croatia national football team records and stats

10:0
Biggest victory (6 June 2016 vs San Marino)
0:6
Heaviest defeat (9 September 2018 vs Spain)
7
Most consecutive victories (4 April 1943 vs Slovakia - 6 June 1991 vs Slovenia*)
16
Most consecutive matches without defeat (6 June 2006 vs Japan - 10 October 2007 vs Slovakia)
5
Most consecutive draws (11 November 1996 vs Greece - 4 April 1997 vs Slovenia)
16
Most consecutive matches without a draw (4 April 1998 vs Poland - 3 March 1999 vs Greece)
6
Most consecutive matches without victory (2 February 1999 vs Denmark - 6 June 1999 vs Egypt, 5 May 2006 vs Iran - 6 June 2006 vs Australia)
3
Most consecutive defeats (6 June 2006 vs Poland - 6 June 2006 vs Brazil, 11 November 2020 vs Sweden - 3 March 2021 vs Slovenia)
21
Most consecutive matches scoring (6 June 1996 vs Germany - 6 June 1998 vs Japan, 10 October 2018 vs Jordan - 11 November 2020 vs Portugal)
3
Most consecutive matches without scoring (10 October 2005 vs Hungary - 1 January 2006 vs South Korea)
12
Most consecutive matches conceding a goal (10 October 2019 vs Wales - 3 March 2021 vs Slovenia)
5
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (11 November 2009 vs Liechtenstein - 5 May 2010 vs Estonia)
External sources

pasaru - posted on 22 January 2017 at 21:00:20

List of results → hns-cff.hr

Croatia football association

Croatian Football Federation
(native: Hrvatski nogometni savez)

Most caps for Croatia
1. Luka Modrić (2006 - 2024) - 177 caps
2. Darijo Srna (2002 - 2016) - 134 caps
3. Ivan Perišić (2011 - 2024) - 133 caps
4. Stipe Pletikosa (1999 - 2014) - 114 caps
5. Ivan Rakitić (2007 - 2019) - 106 caps
Most goals for Croatia
1. Davor Šuker (1990 - 2002) - 45 goals
2. Mario Mandžukić (2007 - 2018) - 33 goals
3. Ivan Perišić (2011 - 2024) - 33 goals
4. Andrej Kramarić (2014 - 2024) - 29 goals
5. Eduardo da Silva (2004 - 2014) - 29 goals
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