Macedonia stayed on the 64th position on the FIFA ranking list for May 2009 because there was no activity in the last month. The 64th place is the worst since October 2007 when Macedonia was on the 75th position.
Famous Croatian coach Branko Ivanković has officially applied for the position of a coach of the Macedonian national team, after Katanec resigned recently. In his career, Ivanković has been coaching the national team of Iran and Dinamo Zagreb and has been the assistant of Ćiro Blaević in the Croatian national team, amongst other positions of
According to the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking list for February 2009, Macedonia is one place lower compared to last month. 57th place with 537 points.
The Football federation of Macedonia has arranged a friendly match against Moldova on February 11th, 2009. The match will be played on neutral venue in Antalya, Turkey.
According to the latest FIFA World Ranking, Macedonia is not part of the top 50 anymore and will finish 2008 on the 56th position after dropping seven positions from last months rankings.
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.
Mirsad Jonuz, the coach of the Macedonian U21 national team announced the squad for the friendly match against Bulgaria U21 that will be played in Probistip on October 15th.
According to the September FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings List, Macedonia moved down for 2 positions and is now in the 56th place.
The U21 coach has announced the squad for the upcoming EC qualifying match against Norway that will take place on 9th of September in Fredrikstad, Norway.
With a good performance that lasted only for one half and a victory over the 152nd ranked Luxembourg that can bring only a small motivational boost and nothing else, Macedonia finished the preparations for the World Cup qualifications.