The former Yugoslavia entered the international futsal world in December 1987 with a two-game friendly series in Italy and although they lost their debut 4-2, the day after they won 5-1. Five years later they qualified for the 1992 FIFA Futsal World Cup, but international sanctions denied them a chance to compete. Returning to action in 1995, they made a final tournament debut at the 1999 UEFA European Futsal Championship.
Subsequent results were mixed, and for three years from January 2004 they played just once, a 5-0 loss in Spain as Serbia and Montenegro in February 2006. But the separate Serbia entered 2007 EURO qualifying under former captain Aca Kovačević and earned a finals place, performing respectably by narrowly losing 5-3 to Russia, holding Spain 1-1 and beating Ukraine 3-2, and they made the last eight again in the expanded finals of 2010 and 2012, when they also made their World Cup return.
2015 results: Bulgaria 4-2 (a, 4 April), Bulgaria 3-1 (a, 5 April), Spain 1-4 (a, 25 June), Spain 2-5 (a, 26 June), Bosnia and Herzegovina 2-1 (h, 1 September), Bosnia and Herzegovina 4-2 (h, 2 September), Slovenia 5-4 (a, 22 September), Slovenia 2-2 (a, 23 September), Czech Republic 6-4 (h, 19 October), Czech Republic 3-3 (h, 20 October), Romania 5-1 (a, 26 November), Turkey 6-0 (a, 10 December), Russia 1-2 (n, 11 December), Finland 2-1 (n, 13 December)
Marko Perić, Slobodan Rajčević, Mladen Kocić
Coach: Aca Kovačević
2014: Did not qualify
2007: Group stage
2005: Did not qualify
2003: Did not qualify
2001: Did not qualify
1999: Group stage
1996: Did not qualify
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