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Croatia in English
Republic of Croatia, country located in the Balkan area (formerly part of Yugoslavia)

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Croatia in Chinese (s)
克罗地亚, 巴尔干半岛地区的国家 (原南斯拉夫的一部分)

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Croatia in Arabic
كرواتيا, جمهورية كرواتيا, دولة في منطقة البلقان (سابقا جزء من يوغوسلافيا)

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Croatia in Spanish
Croacia, República de Croacia, país ubicado en la zona de los Balcanes (en el pasado perteneció a Yugoslavia)

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Croatia in Russian
Хорватия

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Croatia in Dutch
Kroatië (land in Balkan, vroeger behorend bij Joegoslavië)

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Croatia in Portuguese
Croácia (país situado na região dos Balcãs)

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Croatia in Turkish
hırvatistan

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Croatia in Italian
Croazia, stato balcanico (appartenente in passato alla Yugoslavia)

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Croatia in French
Croatie, république de la Croatie, pays situé dans la zonz des Balkans (ancienne partie de la Yougoslavie)

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Croatia in German
Kroatien, Land im Balkan (Teil des ehemaligen Jugoslawien)

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Croatia in Japanese
クロアチア, バルカン地域に位地する国(前ユーゴスラビア連邦の一部)

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Croatia in Hebrew
קרואטיה, הרפובליקה של קרואטיה, מדינה בבלקן (בעבר חלק מיוגוסלביה)

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Croatia in Korean
크로아티아, 발칸지역에 위치한 나라 (전 유고슬라비아의 일부)

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Croatia in Swedish
Kroatien, ett land som ligger i den Balkanområdet (före detta del av Jugoslavien)

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Croatia in English
kuna (HRK)

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croatia
n : a republic in the western balkans in south-central europe in the eastern adriatic coastal area; formerly part of the hapsburg monarchy and yugoslavia; became independent in 1991 [syn: croatia, republic of croatia, hrvatska]



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 republic of croatia 

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Croatia ( ; ), officially the Republic of Croatia ( ), is a unitary democratic parliamentary republic at the crossroads of Central Europe, Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean. Its capital and largest city is Zagreb. The country is divided into 20 counties and the city of Zagreb. Croatia covers and has diverse, mostly continental and Mediterranean climates. Croatia's Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands. The country's population is 4.28 million, most of whom are Croats, with the most common religious denomination being Roman Catholicism.

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Noun
1. a republic in the western Balkans in south-central Europe in the eastern Adriatic coastal area; formerly part of the Habsburg monarchy and Yugoslavia; became independent in 1991
(synonym) Republic of Croatia, Hrvatska
(hypernym) European country, European nation
(part-holonym) Balkan Peninsula, Balkans
(member-meronym) Croatian, Croat
(part-meronym) Dubrovnik, Ragusa


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Panathinaikos & Croatia


Birthdate: December 14, 1965
Birthplace: Split, Croatia
Height: 186 cm
Weight: 82 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 61 caps, 4 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Hajduk Split, Metz, AS Cannes, FC Montpellier, Valladolid, Derby County,
Napoli
Transfer Fee: -
Began career in 86 with Hajduk Split, signed for Metz in 90, a year later he joined AS Cannes, and from 92-94 he played for a third French first division club FC Montpellier. Went back to Hajduk Spilt with other famous players in 94. Champions League quarter-finalist in 94. Signed for Real Valladolid, and after the European Championships in England he joined Derby County with his former Hajduk colleague Igor Stimac, and in 1997 FC Napoli (Ita). On October 17, 1990 scored national side's first goal since it had declared its intention to become independent. Famous Swedish player Nils Liedholm called him a "professor of football". He has a great technic and a precise kick. He was member of the Croatian National Team at the Euro '96 in England and WC '98 in France.
Hajduk Split & Croatia

Birthdate: September 11, 1968
Birthplace: Split, Croatia
Height: 188 cm
Weight: 94 kg
Position: Defender
International: 43 caps, 3 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Karlsruher SC, West Ham United, Everton
Transfer Fee: -
Began his career with FC Hajduk Split in 86, stayed in Croatia during the Serbo-Croat war in 91, and joined Karlsruhe (93-96). He was a captain of the Karlsruher SC and West Ham which tells a lot about him as a player and as a man. He has great physical abilities and is also very highly educated (he has finished a law at the University). After 96 European championships he played for West Ham for a season and then joined Everton in 97. He was member of the Croatian National Team at the Euro '96 in England and WC '98 in France.
SS Lazio & Croatia

Birthdate: January 21, 1970
Birthplace: Makarska, Croatia
Height: 187 cm
Weight: 81 kg
Position: Forward
International: 31 caps, 8 goals
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Hajduk Split, Olympique Marseille, Juventus
Transfer Fee: -
Because of his athletic constitution in Italy people call him "hurricane". While he was playing in Marseilles he was the best scorer of the French league. He is a typical attacker with a strong kick. He uses both legs for the kicks.
Las Palmas & Croatia

Birthdate: October 26, 1968
Birthplace: Cakovec nel Medimurje, Croatia
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Position: Defender
International: 59 caps, 2 goals
World Cups: 2 (1990, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Hajduk Split, Bari, Torino, Juventus, Real Betis, Real Madrid
Transfer Fee: $5.30 Millions of Dollars
One of the best left defenders in Europe. Very fast with a precise centarkick. He played for FC Hajduk Split, then for the Italian club Bari, Torino and Juventus. In summer of 1995. he was transferred to Betis from Sevilla. He was member of the Croatian National Team at the Euro '96 in England and WC '98 in France. Especially is memorable his first goal, for 1:0 lead, against Germany in Lyon at the quarter-final match in WC'98.
Croatia Zagreb & Croatia

Birthdate: January 1, 1963
Birthplace: Zagreb, Croatia
Height: 185 cm
Weight: 83 kg
Position: Goalkeeper
International: 58 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: FC Varteks Varazdin, Dynamo Zagreb, FC Iskra Bugojno
Transfer Fee: $1.50 Millions of Dollars
He has played most matches for the Croatian National Team. He is a modern goalkeeper, rational with a feeling for the rhyrhm of play. He conducts whole defence, puts safety into the whole team. He is a specialist for the penalty kicks. Member of WC'98 Croatian Team and one of the best goalkeepers at the competition.
Croatia Zagreb & Croatia

Birthdate: January 12, 1969
Birthplace: Schwenningen, Germany
Height: 182 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 33 caps, 6 goals
World Cups: 2 (1990, 1998)
Previous Clubs: Dynamo Zagreb, FK Crvena Zvezda, Real Madrid, Real Oviedo, FC Barcelona, Sevilla
Transfer Fee: -
He was proclaimed best player at the Youth World Cup in Chile in 1987, winner of the Bravo Trophy and second in the survey of World Soccer in 1991. The year he was dismissed by Dinamo he was named best player in the Yugoslav U-21 category. He won Champions Cup with FC Red Star as well as International Cup in Tokyo. Capable of using both feet, which makes him effective at freekicks. Renowned for his ball skills. Because of injuries he has changed clubs several times. He was member of the Croatian National Team at the Euro '96 in England and WC '98 in France.
VfB Stuttgart & Croatia

Birthdate: November 2, 1967
Birthplace: Zagreb, Croatia
Height: 189 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Position: Defender
International: 46 caps, 3 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Lokomotiva, Dinamo Zagreb, Zadar, Inker
Transfer Fee: -
He is perfectionist at his place in the team. He is very calm in the most critical parts of the game. He is very good in the contra-attacks. Began his career at the end of the 80's playing with Lokomotiva, a Zagreb club in the 2nd division, but left for Dinamo in 89. He didn't have a happy time at Dinamo, and then played for Zadar and Inker Zaprešiæ. Created a sensation while he was at Inker when they beat the favourites NK Croatia in the first Croatian Cup final. After the match his place at NK Croatia was guaranteed, till he decided to join FC Stuttgart in 96. One of the tallest players in the Croatian squad. His preferred position is
AC Parma & Croatia

Birthdate: April 10, 1972
Birthplace: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Height: 187 cm
Weight: 83 kg
Position: Midfielder
International: 34 caps, 7 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Zelieznicar, Croatia Zagreb, Sporting Gijon, Benfica, Club Brugges
Transfer Fee: $10.20 Millions of Dollars
He is a player with original intuition, good scorer. He is capable of playing at every position. Said himself that the only position he had not played was goalkeeper, but he preferred to be a striker. Due to his football skils his nickname is "Super Mario". Began his career with FC Zeljeznicar in Sarajevo, from 89 to 92. When the war began in Bosnia, joined NK Croatia for a season, where he won the national championship. Signed for Sporting Gijon in Spain in 93, where he played for a season. Then left for Lisbon to join Benfica. Signed for FC Bruge in 95. He won Belgian championships and became leading scorer and best player in the league. In 97, he left Belgium for Parma in Italy.
Juventus & Croatia


Birthdate: April 16, 1978
Birthplace: Split, Croatia
Height: 192 cm
Weight: 90 kg
Position: Defender
International: 6 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Hajduk Split
Transfer Fee: -
He is one of the most talented youth players in Croatia. When it is needed he can play as midfielder. He is firm and constructive. Started career with FC Hajduk, where has played since 1997/98. In 1998 he joined FC Juventus (Italy).
Panathinaikos & Croatia


Birthdate: August 7, 1972
Birthplace: Nova Gradiska, Croatia
Height: 176 cms
Weight: 73 kgs
Position: Forward
International: 36 caps, 11 goals (as of June 24, 2000)
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Osijek, Hosk Gradjanski, Croatia Zagreb, Dinamo Zagreb, Padova, Valencia
Transfer Fee: -
Twice in a row he was best scorer of the Croatian championship in 91/92 and 92/93 season (23 and 20 goals). He is very ingenuous in every situation. Began his career at Osijek with Suker from 89-91, like Suker, transferred from Osijek to Dinamo Zagreb in 91. In 94 he left Croatia to play for Padova. He left Italy to join Spanish side Valencia in 96. He was member of the Croatian National Team at the Euro '96 in England and WC '98 in France. Especially is memorable his goal, for 1:0 victory against Turkey, in the croatian national team first ever played match at big competitions Euro '96.
Inter Milan & Croatia

Birthdate: November 12, 1975
Birthplace: Zagreb, Croatia
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 75 kg
Position: Defender
International: 34 caps, 1 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: Croatia Zagreb
Transfer Fee: -
Learnt skills at football academy of NK Croatia and played for them until Inter Milan signed him in January of 1999. He won, double League and Cup in season 1999/97 and 1997/98. He is one of the most talented youth players in Croatia. When it is needed he can play as midfielder. He is firm and constructive. He was member of the Croatian National Team at the WC '98 in France. Because of him, Batistuta, Bergkamp, Klinsmann & others were invisable during matches against Croatia.
West Ham United & Croatia

Birthdate: September 6, 1967
Birthplace: Metkovic, Croatia
Height: 186 cm
Weight: 82 kg
Position: Defender
International: 42 caps, 2 goals
World Cups: 1 (1998)
Previous Clubs: FC Neretva, Hajduk Split, Cadiz, Derby County
Transfer Fee: $0.95 Millions of Dollars
Powerful and strong player. He is very resolute and dominant in the play with a head. He was a captain of FC Hajduk Split. Began his career with hometown club FC Neretva. In the middle of the 80's he signed for Hajduk where he played until 91. Then he joined Cadiz CF in Spain, again Hajduk from 94 until 96, and finally Derby County in 96. Came back to Hajduk in 94, when the side made the European Cup quarter-finals. Part of the "Chile group", who were the Croats who played for the Yugoslav national side and won the world under-21 championship.


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Country Code-385

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HR (Internet),
HR (ISO 3166),
HRV (ISO 3166),
HR (FIPS 10-4)

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Flag of Croatia
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Background
The lands that today comprise Croatia were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the close of World War I. In 1918, the Croats, Serbs, and Slovenes formed a kingdom known after 1929 as Yugoslavia. Following World War II, Yugoslavia became a federal independent Communist state under the strong hand of Marshal TITO. Although Croatia declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, it took four years of sporadic, but often bitter, fighting before occupying Serb armies were mostly cleared from Croatian lands. Under UN supervision, the last Serb-held enclave in eastern Slavonia was returned to Croatia in 1998.

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    AC Milan & Croatia

    Birthdate: October 8, 1968
    Birthplace: Imotski, Croatia
    Height: 183 cms
    Weight: 78 kgs
    Position: Midfielder
    Games & Goals with National Team: 49 caps, 12 goals (as of March 1, 2000)
    International Debut: December 22, 1990 v Romania (W 2-0)

    A regular in Croatian National team, Boban is used to move like advanced midfielder, something close to the left strip, in spite of that he is skillful. From there he exploit his better qualities, like the precision in the pass, his excellent vision of game and his ease in order to mark goals. Zvonimir is, also, a great free kick shooter and a man that adapt to any position in the midfield. He was bronze medallist in France 1998 World Cup. Since 1992 when he was signed from Bari, Zvonimir had been a "symbol" for AC Milan's Tifosis, scoring important goals. Has won everything with AC Milan. There are some transfer rumours which say that Boban will be out of Milan for 2000-01 season and his place will be occupied by Francesco Totti from AS Roma.

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    Birthdate: January 1, 1968
    Birthplace: Osijek, Croatia
    Height: 183 cms
    Weight: 77 kgs
    Position: Forward
    Games & Goals with National Team: 46 caps, 37 goals (as of August 8, 1999)
    Debut in Spanish Liga Primeria: November 17, 1991 vs Espanyol

    Golden Shoe, silver ball and bronze medal were his titles in France 98 World Cup. Top scorer with 35 goals for the national side to date. Has a wonderful left foot and a knack of scoring at set pieces. Joined Sevilla in 1991 and was twice second in the Spanish scoring charts. Signed by Real for $5 million in 1996. He is dangerous from any range both with head and foot. Nicknamed "Suker-Man".
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    Croatia
    Nickname Vatreni (Fiery Ones)
    Association Croatian Football Federation
    Coach Zlatko Kranjcar, 2004-
    Most caps Robert Jarni (81)
    Top scorer Davor Šuker (45)
    Home colours

    Away colours


    First international
    Croatia 2 - 1 U.S.A.
    (Zagreb, Croatia; 17 October 1990)
    (but see text)
    Largest win
    Croatia 7 - 0 Australia
    (Zagreb, Croatia; 6 June 1998)
    Worst defeat
     Slovakia 4 - 1 Croatia
    (Bratislava, Slovakia; 20 April 1994)
     Portugal 3 - 0 Croatia
    (Nottingham, England; 19 June 1996)
     France 3 - 0 Croatia
    (Saint-Denis, France; 13 November 1999)
    (but see text)
    World Cup
    Appearances 3 (First in 1998)
    Best result Third place, 1998
    European Championship
    Appearances 2 (First in 1996)
    Best result Quarterfinals, 1996

    The Croatian national football team has played since Croatia's independence in 1990-1992 and is controlled by the Croatian Football Federation.

    The team played in their first major tournament in 1996 and have been a strong force in international football ever since, finishing third in the 1998 World Cup, led by Golden Boot winner Davor Šuker. They have qualified for every World Cup that they have entered as an independent nation.

    Between October 17, 1990 and March 1, 2006, Croatia has played 141 international games and had 71 victories, 42 draws and 28 losses. The team has been FIFA's "Best Mover of the Year" in 1994 and 1998.

    Contents

    • 1 Earlier history
    • 2 World Cup record
    • 3 European Championship record
    • 4 Famous past players
    • 5 2006 World Cup Squad
    • 6 Other current players
    • 7 Coaches
    • 8 Past squads and campaigns
    • 9 External links




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    Croatia in Greek
    (Lex). Κροατία

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    Ουσ. Κροατία

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    Croatia in Esperanto
    Kroatio, Kroatujo

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    Croatia in Afrikaans
    Kroasië

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    Croatia in Chinese (s)
    [E] Croatia (n) [P] Croácia (f) [C] 克罗地亚

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    Croatia in Chinese (t)
    [地名] 克羅埃西亞.

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    Croatia in Arabic
    كرواتيا

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    كرواتيا
    Short name: HR, HRVCountry code: +385

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    كرواتيا

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    Croatia in Czech
    Chorvatsko

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    Croatia in Spanish
    Croacia

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    = Croacia.
    Ex: This guide covers libraries and archives in the following regions of Yugoslavia: Bosnia; Herzegovina; Croatia; Macedonia; Serbia; and Slovenia.


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    Croatia in Russian
    (n) хорватия

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    Croatia in Dutch
    Kroatië

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    Croatia in Turkish
    i. Hırvatistan.

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    i. Hırvatistan.

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    Croatia in Thai
    n. โครเอ๊เชีย (ไม่ต้องท่อง)
    1. ชาวโครเอเทีย, ภาษาโครเอเทีย

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    (โครเอ'ชะ) n. รัฐหนึ่งของยูโกสลาเวีย

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    แคว้นคโระเอ-ฌะ

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    Croatia in Romanian
    Croatia

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    croatia

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    Croatia in Catalan
    s GEOGR Croàcia

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    Croatia in Polish
    Chorwacja f

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    Chorwacja

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    Croatia in French
    Croatie

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    Croatie (Hrvatska)Short name: HR, HRVCountry code: +385

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    Croatia in Croatian
    Hrvatska Hrvatska

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    Hrvatska

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    hrvatske

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    Croatia in Hungarian
    horvátország

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    Croatia in Swedish
    Kroatien

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    Croatia in Ukrainian
    (n) хорватія

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