Croatia National Team, well-known as "The Blazers," is one of the qualified nations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar and lies in group F with Morocco, Canada and Belgium. They were the Siver Medalists of the 2018 FIFA World. Croatia made their sixth time in the World Cup since 1998. Croatia National Team defines the men's international football matches. They first played their international match against Switzerland on 2 April 1940.
It is governed and directed by Croatia's governing body "Croatian Football Federation." The Blazers have competed in just two global tournaments, including the World cup and UEFA European Championship (6 times). As of 2022, Croatia holds the 16th standing in the FIFA World Rankings, and their highest was 3rd as of Jan 1999. They are also implicated in charity and social work. They also donate a certain amount of capital to the children's organizations.
Currently, the Croatian team is under the supervision of their head coach Zlatko Dalic with Real Madrid star Luka Modric as a captain. Luka is also the most capped Croatian player earning 150 caps, whereas Davor Suker is the highest goal scorer on the team.
Players called off for the 2022 FIFA World Cup are listed below
Domagoj Vida(V. C)
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