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Moldova beat Austria 1-0 and Belarus 2-1, losing 2-1 to the Netherlands

After Moldova gained independence from the USSR in 1992, it became a member of FIFA in 1994. Football is the most popular sport in Moldova.

In qualifying for the 2004 European Championships, Moldova beat Austria 1-0 and Belarus 2-1, losing 2-1 to the Netherlands.

In the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, the best results against Belarus were achieved 2-0 and two home games against Scotland and Norway. They drew 2-2 at home to Bosnia and Herzegovina, but surprisingly won 1-0 in the away game in the 2008 European Championship qualifiers. They defeated Hungary 3-0 in the same qualifying round and drew 1-1 with Turkey. 1. In 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying, Moldova beat Montenegro 5-2 in their own stadium. A game considered by many Moldovan supporters to be the biggest football match of the Moldovan national team.

The Moldovan national football team (Romanian: Echipa naţională de fotbal a Moldovei) represents the Republic of Moldova in governing football and is controlled by the Football Association of the Republic of Moldova, the umbrella organization of Moldovan football. The home of the Republic of Moldova is the Zimbru Stadium in Chişinău and its head coach is Igor Dobrovolski. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, she played on July 2, 1991 her first game against Georgia.

Two of the three best results of the 1990s were scored in qualifying for the UEFA Euro 96 when they beat Georgia in Tbilisi (1-0) and Chişinău (3-2). Moldova scored very well in 2007, defeating Hungary 3: 0 in qualifying for the 2008 European Championships in Chisinau. Their best result in recent history was a 5-2 win over Montenegro during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers never qualified for the final of the UEFA European Championship or the FIFA World Cup.

After Moldova's 4-0 defeat of England in September 1997, British writer and comedian Tony Hawks traveled to Moldova to challenge and beat all 11 Moldovan footballers in tennis. The feature film version of the eponymous book "Playing the Moldovans at Tennis" was shot in May and June 2010 in and around Chişinău and released in spring 2012.


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