SkipNavigation

Search for a Player

Serbia

Serbia Sinisa MIHAJLOVIC

(20/02/1969)

Record at FIFA Tournaments
TournamentsEditionsMPWDLGFGAY2YCR
FIFA World Cup™ Final1998421110000
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifier1998, 200217115142300
FIFA World Cup™
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
1998Toulouse 29/06/1998Netherlands NED2:1 (1:0)YUG YugoslaviaRound of 16
1998Nantes 25/06/1998USA USA0:1 (0:1)YUG YugoslaviaGroup matches
1998Lens 21/06/1998Germany GER2:2 (0:1)YUG YugoslaviaGroup matches
1998Saint-Etienne 14/06/1998Yugoslavia YUG1:0 (0:0)IRN IranGroup matches
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers
EditionVenueDateMatchStage
2002Belgrade 15/08/2001Yugoslavia YUG2:0 (1:0)FRO Faroe IslandsFirst stage
2002Toftir 06/06/2001Faroe Islands FRO0:6 (0:2)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
2002Moscow 02/06/2001Russia RUS1:1 (1:1)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
2002Belgrade 25/04/2001Yugoslavia YUG0:1 (0:0)RUS RussiaFirst stage
2002Ljubliana 28/03/2001Slovenia SVN1:1 (0:1)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
2002Belgrade 24/03/2001Yugoslavia YUG1:1 (0:0)SUI SwitzerlandFirst stage
1998Belgrade 15/11/1997Yugoslavia YUG5:0 (3:0)HUN HungaryPlay-off
1998Budapest 29/10/1997Hungary HUN1:7 (0:5)YUG YugoslaviaPlay-off
1998Ta'Qali 11/10/1997Malta MLT0:5 (0:3)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
1998Bratislava 10/09/1997Slovakia SVK1:1 (0:0)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
1998Belgrade 08/06/1997Yugoslavia YUG2:0 (1:0)SVK SlovakiaFirst stage
1998Belgrade 30/04/1997Yugoslavia YUG1:1 (0:1)ESP SpainFirst stage
1998Prague 02/04/1997Czech Republic CZE1:2 (0:1)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
1998Belgrade 10/11/1996Yugoslavia YUG1:0 (1:0)CZE Czech RepublicFirst stage
1998Toftir 06/10/1996Faroe Islands FRO1:8 (1:5)YUG YugoslaviaFirst stage
1998Belgrade 02/06/1996Yugoslavia YUG6:0 (3:0)MLT MaltaFirst stage
1998Belgrade 24/04/1996Yugoslavia YUG3:1 (3:0)FRO Faroe IslandsFirst stage

Latest News

Photos

  • Head coach of UC Samdoria Sinisa Mihajlovic looks on
  • Sinisa Mihajlovic head coach of Fiorentina looks on
  • Lazio's Stefano Fiore (R) is congratulated by teammate Sinisa Mihajlovic
  • Lazio Rome's defender Sinisa Mihajlovic (L) congratulates Czech Pavel Nedved