Slovenian players celebrating Nejc Pečnik's goal against Russia in the 2010 World Cup playoffs.
Faroe Islands national football team in March 2013
Slovenia vs. United States at the 2010 World Cup
Faroe Islands playing against Italy on 2 September 2011. The match ended in a 1–0 defeat.
Stožice Stadium, the main venue of the national team since the 2010s.
Faroe Islands defeated Greece 2–1 on 13 June 2015.
Boštjan Cesar is Slovenia's all-time most capped player.
Skansin, Faroese football supporters at the Faroe Islands vs Greece match at Tórsvøllur 2015.

In 2002, the team played a 2–2 draw against Slovenia for their most successful 2002 World Cup Qualifying matches until 2018.

- Faroe Islands national football team

For the 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Slovenia were drawn into a group with Russia, FR Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Faroe Islands and Luxembourg.

- Slovenia national football team
Slovenian players celebrating Nejc Pečnik's goal against Russia in the 2010 World Cup playoffs.

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The Sweden team in 1911.

Sweden national football team

Controlled by the Swedish Football Association, the governing body of football in Sweden.

Controlled by the Swedish Football Association, the governing body of football in Sweden.

The Sweden team in 1911.
The Sweden team that won the gold medal.
The Swedish squad.
Sweden won the silver medal at the 1958 World Cup.
The Sweden national football team in 1961 with this players – from the left, standing: Bengt "Fölet" Berndtsson, Torbjörn Jonsson, Åke "Bajdoff" Johansson, Agne Simonsson, Rune Börjesson and Lennart Backman; crouched: Olle "Lappen" Hellström, Orvar Bergmark, Bengt "Zamora" Nyholm, Lennart Wing and Gösta "Knivsta" Sandberg.
Sweden's Henrik Larsson taking a free kick against the Netherlands in the UEFA Euro 2004 quarter-finals.
Swedish national team of 2006.
Sweden and Spain meet in UEFA Euro 2008 Group D.
The Swedish team before playing against Austria in 2013 during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The Swedish team before playing against Russia in 2015 during the Euro 2016 qualifiers
Swedish supporters during the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Dortmund, Germany
Sweden's manager Janne Andersson.
Anders Svensson is Sweden's most capped player of all time, with 148 appearances for the national team.
Zlatan Ibrahimović is Sweden's all-time top goalscorer, with 62 goals for the national team.
Björn Nordqvist is with 92 matches as team captain the Swedish player with most captaincies.
Victor Lindelöf captains Sweden since 2021.
Sweden in the 1958 FIFA World Cup Final.
Sweden playing against Germany in the 2006 FIFA World Cup at Munich's Allianz Arena.
Swedish supporters during UEFA Euro 2008.
Sweden at the UEFA Euro 2012.
Sweden at the 1912 Summer Olympics.

Sweden were seeded in pot 2 and drawn in Group F together with Spain, Norway, Romania, Faroe Islands and Malta.

The following 25 players were called up for the 2022–23 UEFA Nations League matches against Slovenia on 2 June 2022, Norway on 5 June 2022, Serbia on 9 June 2022 and Norway on 12 June 2022.

A moment of the Austria v Peru match at the 1936 Olympics

Austria national football team

Controlled by the Austrian Football Association (German: Österreichischer Fußball-Bund).

Controlled by the Austrian Football Association (German: Österreichischer Fußball-Bund).

A moment of the Austria v Peru match at the 1936 Olympics
Austria national football team in 1958 with the following players – from left to right, standing; Walter Horak, Ernst Happel, Karl Koller, Alfred Körner, Paul Halla, Walter Schleger; crouched: Helmut Senekowitsch, Gerhard Hanappi, Rudolf Szanwald, Franz Swoboda and Johann Buzek.
Austria national football team before the match against Spain, November 2009
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA), Group C
Andreas "Andi" Herzog is the most capped player in the history of Austria with 103 caps.
Anton "Toni" Polster is the top scorer in the history of Austria with 44 goals.

Much worse was the stunning 1–0 loss against the Faroe Islands, a team made of amateurs, in the qualifying campaign for the 1992 European Championship, considered the worst embarrassment in any Austrian team sport ever, and one of the biggest upsets in footballing history.

Austria was drawn into UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying Group G alongside Poland, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Israel and Latvia.

Matt Busby was due to manage Scotland at the 1958 FIFA World Cup, but was unable due to his injuries from the Munich air disaster.

Scotland national football team

Controlled by the Scottish Football Association.

Controlled by the Scottish Football Association.

Matt Busby was due to manage Scotland at the 1958 FIFA World Cup, but was unable due to his injuries from the Munich air disaster.
Billy Bremner (right) playing for Scotland against Zaire at the Westfalenstadion in the 1974 FIFA World Cup
Alex Ferguson (pictured) briefly served as Scotland's manager after the sudden death of Jock Stein in 1985.
Scotland against the Netherlands at Villa Park during Euro 1996
Berti Vogts, the only foreigner to coach Scotland to date
Gordon Strachan was appointed Scotland manager in January 2013.
Hampden Park, the traditional home of the Scotland national football team. This picture was taken before the friendly match with the United States in 2005.
Scotland players, including Andrew Watson (top centre), wearing an atypical light blue-and-white hooped jersey in 1882
The Tartan Army in Milan in 2005, prior to their 2006 World Cup qualifying match against Italy
Steve Clarke, the current Scotland manager (pictured in 2019).
Kenny Dalglish scored a joint record 30 goals in a record 102 international appearances for Scotland between 1971 and 1986.

New manager Alex McLeish guided Scotland to wins against Georgia, the Faroe Islands, Lithuania, France and Ukraine, but defeats by Georgia and Italy ended their chances of qualification for Euro 2008.

A draw in Slovenia in the final game of the group ended Scottish hopes of a play-off position, and Strachan subsequently left his position by mutual consent.

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.

He was sacked in November of the same year after a shocking home defeat to the Faroe Islands.