National football team of Norway, before the match with Bulgaria, 3-09-2015
Slovenian players celebrating Nejc Pečnik's goal against Russia in the 2010 World Cup playoffs.
John Arne Riise is the most capped male player in the history of Norway with 110 caps.
Slovenia vs. United States at the 2010 World Cup
Jørgen Juve is the top male goalscorer in the history of Norway with 33 goals.
Stožice Stadium, the main venue of the national team since the 2010s.
Ståle Solbakken is currently the manager of Norway.
Boštjan Cesar is Slovenia's all-time most capped player.

Under his guidance, Slovenia finished the UEFA Euro 2000 qualifiers in second place, only behind Norway.

- Slovenia national football team

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

- Norway national football team
National football team of Norway, before the match with Bulgaria, 3-09-2015

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Yugoslavia at the 1930 FIFA World Cup, featured an all Serbian team following a boycott by Croat and Slovene representatives.

Serbia national football team

The Serbia national football team (Фудбалска репрезентација Србије) represents Serbia in men's international football competition.

The Serbia national football team (Фудбалска репрезентација Србије) represents Serbia in men's international football competition.

Yugoslavia at the 1930 FIFA World Cup, featured an all Serbian team following a boycott by Croat and Slovene representatives.
Serbia and Montenegro and Cote d'Ivoire playing in the Allianz Arena at the 2006 FIFA World Cup
Atmosphere at the start of match vs. France, 9 September 2009
Nemanja Vidić was named twice in the FIFA World XI.
Serbia national team at the 2018 World Cup in Russia
Serbian team before a friendly match versus Ireland in Dublin in May 2008
The 53,000 capacity Rajko Mitić Stadium is the largest in Serbia, and is often utilised for international fixtures.
Branislav Ivanović is the most capped player in the team's history with 105 caps
Aleksandar Mitrović is top goal scorer in the history of national team, and was 2018–19 UEFA Nations League top goal scorer
Ivica Kralj played for the team from 1996 to 2001
Vladimir Stojković is the most capped goalkeeper in the team's history with 84 caps
Miroslav Đukić played for the team from 1991 to 2001
Siniša Mihajlović played 63 matches for the team from 1993 to 2003 and managed team in 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
Zoran Mirković played for the team from 1995 to 2003
Mladen Krstajić played 59 matches for the team from 1999 to 2008 and managed team at the 2018 World Cup
Nemanja Vidić played 56 matches, and was participant in two World Cups
Aleksandar Kolarov played 94 matches and captained the team at the 2018 World Cup
Dragan Stojković played from 1983 to 2001 for the team, and is the current head coach
Dejan Savićević played for the team from 1986 to 1999 and managed the team from 2001 to 2003
Slaviša Jokanović played for the team from 1991 to 2002
Vladimir Jugović played for the team from 1991 to 2002
Ljubinko Drulović played for the team from 1996 to 2001
Miloš Krasić played for the team from 2006 to 2011
Milan Jovanović played for the team from 2007 to 2012
Nemanja Matić played for the team from 2008 to 2019
Dušan Tadić is the current captain of the team
Predrag Mijatović was a top goalscorer in 1998 World Cup qualifiers with 14 goals
Savo Milošević played 102 matches, scored 37 goals and was UEFA Euro 2000 Golden Boot
Darko Kovačević played 59 matches and scored 10 goals between 1994 and 2004
Mateja Kežman was top goal scorer for the team in 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
Nikola Žigić played 57 matches and scored 20 goals between 2004 and 2011

The draw for the finals placed Yugoslavia in Group C along with Spain, Norway and another former Yugoslav republic, Slovenia.

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.

Scotland played their first match outside the British Isles in 1929, beating Norway 7–3 in Bergen.

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 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 played its first international game against Norway on 12 July 1908, an 11–3 victory.

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.