Bosnia and Herzegovina squad vs Austria international friendly (2015).
Slovenian players celebrating Nejc Pečnik's goal against Russia in the 2010 World Cup playoffs.
Grbavica in Sarajevo.
Slovenia vs. United States at the 2010 World Cup
Bosnian supporters in Brussels, 2005-03-26.
Stožice Stadium, the main venue of the national team since the 2010s.
Edin Džeko is Bosnia's most capped player and all-time top goal scorer.
Boštjan Cesar is Slovenia's all-time most capped player.
Asmir Begović is Bosnia's record holder in clean sheets.

Bosnia and Herzegovina finished fourth in a group that included Greece, Denmark, Croatia and Slovenia.

- Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team

In the following decades, Slovenia played four more unofficial friendly matches: in 1956 against China, in 1968 against Austria, in 1990 against Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in 1991 against Croatia.

- Slovenia national football team
Bosnia and Herzegovina squad vs Austria international friendly (2015).

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Romania playing against Peru at the 1930 World Cup in Uruguay.

Romania national football team

Administered by the Romanian Football Federation (Federația Română de Fotbal), also known as FRF.

Administered by the Romanian Football Federation (Federația Română de Fotbal), also known as FRF.

Romania playing against Peru at the 1930 World Cup in Uruguay.
Romania and the Netherlands drawing goalless at De Kuip, 1974.
1994 FIFA World Cup stamp issued by Poșta Română.
Line-ups for Romania versus England at the UEFA Euro 2000.
Romanian fans at the new Arena Națională in June 2013.
A 2–1 win of France over Romania at the Stade de France opened the UEFA Euro 2016.
Romania playing Sweden at Friends Arena, March 2019.
Arena Națională, Bucharest
Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca
Stadionul Ion Oblemenco, Craiova
Stadionul Steaua, Bucharest

They drew Slovenia, who had been surprise qualifiers for Euro 2000 in a playoff for a place in the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan.

Romania were confident of qualifying for the tournament, drawn in Group 2 with seeds Denmark, Norway, Bosnia and Herzegovina and minnows Luxembourg, with Anghel Iordanescu back as coach.

The national team for the Inter-Allied Games in Paris, 1919.

Greece national football team

Controlled by the Hellenic Football Federation, the governing body for football in Greece.

Controlled by the Hellenic Football Federation, the governing body for football in Greece.

The national team for the Inter-Allied Games in Paris, 1919.
Greek squad for the 1920 Olympics.
Alketas Panagoulias, with whom Greece first appeared at the European Championship (1980) and the World Cup (1994).
Greece line-up in Euro 2004
Vasilis Tsiartas
Thodoris Zagorakis, captain of the national team and "player of the tournament" in Euro 2004.
Angelos Charisteas scoring Greece's winning goal in the Euro 2004 final.
Greece vs Spain in Red Bull Arena during UEFA Euro 2008.
Fernando Santos
Greek players singing the Greek national anthem in Euro 2012 opening match against the hosts Poland (1–1).
Greece played against Germany for a place in the semi-finals of Euro 2012 but they were eliminated after a 4–2 loss in the quarter-final match.
Greek national team in 2013
Arena das Dunas before the Japan vs Greece match.
The Karaiskakis Stadium in Piraeus, the home ground of Greece from 2004 until 2017.
Flag of Greece held by fans
Legendary manager Otto Rehhagel, under whose guidance Greece were crowned European champions in 2004.
Greece's iconic midfielder and former captain Giorgos Karagounis is the most capped player in the history of the national team with 139 caps.
Nikos Anastopoulos, top goalscorer of the national team.
Angelos Charisteas, scorer of Greece's winning goal in Euro 2004 Final and second all-time scorer of Greece with 25 goals.
The Greek national team at the UEFA Euro 2004 trophy ceremony

In their Euro 2000 qualifying group, Greece finished again in third place, two points behind second-placed Slovenia in a highly disappointing campaign that saw the team lose at home to Latvia.

Greece was the highest-ranked seed for the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying tournament and was drawn with Turkey, Norway, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Moldova and Malta.