Croatian Football Federation

www.hns-cff.hr

 

 

hr-nogometni-savezPresident Marijan Kustić
Executive director Tomislav Svetina

 

Croatian Football Federation was founded on June 13, 1912 in Zagreb.
Member of the Federation Internationale de Football Association – FIFA since July 16, 1941.



 

Head office
Ul. Grada Vukovara 269a
HR - 10000 Zagreb

 

Tel. +385 1 2361555
Faks +385 1 2441500
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Zagreb, 30 May 2022 - The world premiere of the documentary "'Croatia: Defining the Nation", directed by British director Louis Myles, was held in the crowded cinema of Zagreb's Kaptol Center, which shows how the power of football helped unite the Croatian nation during the struggle for political independence in the 1990s.
The International Football Federation (FIFA) has made a documentary about the great success of the Croatian National Football Team from 1998, when the Blazers won bronze at the World Cup in France, but also about how football united Croatia during the 1990s, that is, the role of football and our National Football Team in creating a national identity. This prompted the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) to host – in cooperation with FIFA’s streaming platform FIFA+ - the world premiere of the documentary "CROATIA: Defining a nation" (Hrvatska: Definiranje nacije) on the Statehood Day.

Split, 14 November 2021 - With a 1-0 victory over Russia, the Croatian National Football Team qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. In their sixth appearance at the world's biggest event, in Qatar the Blazers will defend their silver medal won in 2018 in Russia.

Zagreb, 12 June 2021 – The Croatian National Football Team will open its performance at the European Championships with Sunday's match against England (3 p.m.) at the new Wembley Stadium building in London. After that, they will fight against Czech Republic and Scotland. As in case of postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, the current football Euro - dispersed by hosting in 11 countries - was originally scheduled to take place in the summer of 2020.