1998 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship Qualifications Tournament Group 8 MP W D L GD P Romania 8 8 0 0 18:4 24 qualified Iceland 8 4 1 3 10:10 13 Ireland 8 3 0 5 11:7 9 Lithuania 8 3 0 5 8:12 9 Macedonia 8 1 1 6 3:17 4 Results: 01.06.96 Iceland
19th November 2008, 17.30 CET MONTENEGRO 2:1 MACEDONIA HT 2:0 Goals: 24′ Miodrag Džudović, 33′ (pen) Stevan Jovetić – 85′ Goran Popov Stadium: pod Goricom in Podgorica Attendance: 5.000 MNE MKD 1. Vukašin Poleksić (GK) 46′ 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) (C) 74′ 2. Miodrag Džudović 43′ 2. Nikolche Noveski 46′ 4. Savo Pavićević 3. Goran
With another unimpresive performance, the Macedonian national team was defeated on the friendly match away to Montenegro. One mistake by the defence, one mistake by the referee and too many mistakes in the organization and realization of the attacks, cost Macedonia the 60th defeat in the history.
The Macedonian U21 national team survived another disaster with the 0:3 defeat on the friendly match with the Albanian U21 national team, played in Ohrid today.
Mirsad Jonuz, the coach of the Macedonian U21 national team, named the squad for the U21 friendly match against Albania U21 that will be played in Ohrid on 19/11/2009.
Macedonia dropped three positions and is now ranked on the 49th position on the latest FIFA World rankings after the last month's defeat away to Iceland.
Srečko Katanec, the coach of the Macedonian national team named the squad for the friendly match away to Montenegro. Katanec continued in his style and called up only 18 players with only one new name in the squad.
15th October 2008, 20.00 CET ICELAND 1:0 MACEDONIA HT 1:0 Goals: 16′ Veigar Páll Gunnarsson Stadium: Laugardalsvöllur in Reykjavík Attendance: 5.527 ISL MKD 1. Gunnleifur Gunnleifsson (GK) 87′ 1. Petar Miloshevski (GK) 2. Birkir Már Sævarsson 2. Nikolche Noveski 3. Indriði Sigurðsson 3. Robert Petrov 52′ 4. Kristján Örn Sigurðsson 51′ 4. Goce Sedloski (C)
Macedonian dreams for the World Cup 2010 were freezed tonight on Iceland. Macedonia outplayed Iceland, but failed to convert the chances in goals. The 103rd FIFA ranked team used their chance and won the three points.
Macedonia hosts the qualifying Group 8 for the UEFA European U19 Championship. Skopje is hosting the U19 national teams of Austria, Sweden, Iceland and Macedonia.