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National football team player Jure Jerković

Jure Jerković
Jurica Jerković
Born on 25 February 1950
Died on 3 June 2019 (aged 69)

National team appearances of Jure Jerković

Team / Clubs of footballerPeriodCapsCapt.Sub. inSub. offGoalsPen.Goals/ Caps
Yugoslavia
12 Apr 1970 - 29 Nov 198143114560.140
Total:43114560.140
NK Hajduk, Split12 Apr 1970 - 08 May 197742114550.119
FC Zürich, Zürich29 Nov 1981111.000
Player stats by competition
Competition
Played
Capt.
Sub. in
Sub. off
Goals
Goals/ Caps
European Championship final tournament (EC)
2
European Championship qualifiers (QE)
11
3
1
1
0.091
World Cup qualifiers (QW)
5
1
1
0.200
World Cup final tournament (WC)
3
2
Friendly matches and other tournaments
22
1
9
3
4
0.182
Total:
43
1
14
5
6
0.140
Record of Jure Jerković's goals by opponent team
National teamGoalsPen.Matches
with goals
Matches by goals in a matchGoals/Matches
with goals
CapsGoals/Caps
123>3
Scotland
1111.00011.000
Brazil
1111.00020.500
Greece
1111.00020.500
Netherlands
1111.00030.333
Soviet Union
1111.00040.250
Hungary
1111.00050.200
(+) other teams26
Total:6660001.000430.140
Record of national team matches played by Jure Jerković
National teamPlayedWonDrawnLostGoals ForGoals AgainstWinning Percentage
Yugoslavia national team43131119566143.0

Jure Jerković's international caps

as player of NK Hajduk, Split:
debut age - 20 years 1 month 18 days
1
12 Apr 1970 15:00 (+1:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija

Friendly International
2
06 May 1970 17:15 (+2:00)

Bucharest, Stadionul 23 August

Friendly International
3
13 May 1970 19:30 (+1:00)

Hannover, Niedersachsenstadion

Friendly International
4
10 Sep 1970 18:30 (+1:00)

Graz, Liebenauer Stadion

Friendly International
5
11 Oct 1970 14:30 (+1:00)

Rotterdam, Stadion de Kuip (Feijenoord)

UEFA Euro 1972 Qualifying, Group 7
6
14 Oct 1970 19:30 (+1:00)

Luxembourg City, Stade Municipal

UEFA Euro 1972 Qualifying, Group 7
7
28 Oct 1970 19:30 (+3:00)

Moscow, Lenin Central Stadium

Friendly International
age when scoring first goal - 21 years 1 month 10 days
8
04 Apr 1971 15:00 (+1:00)

Split, Stadion pod Marjanom

UEFA Euro 1972 Qualifying, Group 7
goal
9
21 Apr 1971 18:00 (+1:00)

Novi Sad, Stadion Vojvodine

Friendly International
10
18 Jul 1971 15:00 (+3:00)

Rio de Janeiro, Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã)

Friendly International
goal
11
01 Sep 1971 18:30 (+1:00)

Budapest, Népstadion

Friendly International
12
27 Oct 1971 14:30 (+1:00)

Titograd, Stadion Pod Goricom

UEFA Euro 1972 Qualifying, Group 7
13
13 May 1972 17:00 (+3:00)

Moscow, Lenin Central Stadium

UEFA Euro 1972 Qualifying, Quarterfinal
14
21 Jun 1972 21:00 (+4:00)

Manaus, Estádio Vivaldo Lima (Vivaldão)

Taça Independência (Mini-Copa) 1972, Group C
15
29 Jun 1972 21:00 (+3:00)

Belo Horizonte, Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Mineirão)

Taça Independência (Mini-Copa) 1972, Group A_
goal
16
02 Jul 1972 15:00 (+3:00)

São Paulo, Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi)

Taça Independência (Mini-Copa) 1972, Group A_
17
09 Jul 1972 16:00 (+3:00)

Rio de Janeiro, Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã)

Taça Independência (Mini-Copa) 1972, For 3rd place
18
04 Feb 1973

Tunis, Stade Olympique El Menzah

Friendly International
19
13 May 1973 15:00 (+1:00)

Warsaw, Stadion Dziesięciolecia Manifestu Lipcowego

Friendly International
20
26 Sep 1973 18:15 (+1:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija

Friendly International
21
21 Oct 1973 14:30 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

1974 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 7
22
19 Dec 1973 14:45 (+2:00)

Piraeus, Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium

1974 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 7
23
17 Apr 1974 18:00 (+1:00)

Zenica, Stadion Bilino Polje

Friendly International
24
29 May 1974 17:00 (+1:00)

Székesfehérvár, Stadion Sóstói

Friendly International
goal
25
26 Jun 1974 16:00 (+1:00)

Dusseldorf, Rheinstadion

1974 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament, Group B
26
30 Jun 1974 16:00 (+1:00)

Frankfurt am Main, Waldstadion

1974 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament, Group B
27
03 Jul 1974 19:30 (+1:00)

Dusseldorf, Rheinstadion

1974 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament, Group B
28
28 Sep 1974 18:00 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
29
30 Oct 1974 17:30 (+1:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija

UEFA Euro 1976 Qualifying, Group 3
30
16 Apr 1975 17:00 (+1:00)

Belfast, Windsor Park

UEFA Euro 1976 Qualifying, Group 3
31
15 Oct 1975 18:00 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1976 Qualifying, Group 3
32
19 Nov 1975 18:00 (+1:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija

UEFA Euro 1976 Qualifying, Group 3
33
18 Feb 1976

Tunis, Stade Olympique El Menzah

Friendly International
34
17 Apr 1976 17:30 (+1:00)

Banja Luka, Gradski Stadion

Friendly International
35
24 Apr 1976 17:30 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1976 Qualifying, Quarterfinal
36
22 May 1976 15:00 (+1:00)

Cardiff, Ninian Park

UEFA Euro 1976 Qualifying, Quarterfinal
37
17 Jun 1976 20:15 (+1:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Crvene Zvezde

1976 UEFA European Championship, Semifinal
38
19 Jun 1976 20:15 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

1976 UEFA European Championship, For 3rd place
39
10 Oct 1976 17:30 (+1:00)

Seville, Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán

1978 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 8
40
23 Mar 1977 17:00 (+1:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija

Friendly International
goal
captain
Comments

BTSV-Löwe - posted on 5 June 2019 at 14:55:21

He died on 03.06.2019. (link: )

Serbia upcoming fixtures

UEFA Nations League
Serbia vs Sweden
Belgrade, Saturday 24 September 2022
UEFA Nations League
Norway vs Serbia
Oslo, Tuesday 27 September 2022
World Cup 2022
Brazil vs Serbia
Lusail, Thursday 24 November 2022
World Cup 2022
Cameroon vs Serbia
Al Wakrah, Monday 28 November 2022
Jure Jerković's most often teammates
Brane Oblak (1970 - 1977) - 29 games
Dragan Džajić (1970 - 1977) - 26 games
Josip Katalinski (1972 - 1977) - 26 games
Jovan Aćimović (1970 - 1976) - 26 games
Ivica Šurjak (1973 - 1981) - 22 games
Serbia players born on 4 July
Drago Horvat (1924) - 1 cap
Husref Musemić (1961) - 1 cap
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