Internationals

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The first time that some Vojvodina player appeared for the national team occurred on July 28, 1922, when the then red and white Jeno Abraham, better known as Saraz (in Hungarian “dry”), appeared in a friendly game for The Kingdom of Serbs, Croatians and Slovenians against Czechoslovakia in Zagreb and with two goals contributed to the victory of his team in the result of 4-3. It was also the first official football match played by the national team of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croatians and Slovenians.

Since then, Vojvodina has given a total of 82 players for the national team of its country, nine of which were for the Kingdom of Serbs, Croatians and Slovenians, 38 for Yugoslavia, and 35 for Serbia and Montenegro and respectively Serbia.

Most matches for the national team of the SFR Yugoslavia were played by Vujadin Boškov (57), while the most caps for the selection of Serbia was played by Dušan Tadić (67).

List of all Voša’s national team players:

Aleksandar Ivoš
Aleksandar Katai
Aleksandar Kocić
Aleksandar Kovrlija
Aleksandar Petrović
Anton Herceg
Božidar Petrović
Bratislav Živković
Budimir Vujačić
Damir Kahriman
Danijel Aleksić
Dejan Govedarica
Dobrivoje Trivić
Dobrosav Krstić
Đorđe Milić
Đorđe Pavlić
Đorđe Vujkov
Dragan Mrđa
Dušan Marković
Dušan Mijić
Dušan Tadić
Emil Rockov
Gojko Kačar
Goran Šaula
Igor Bogdanović
Igor Đurić
Iilija Pantelić
Ivan Medarić
Ivica Brzić
Jan Podhradski
Jeno Abraham Saraz
Josip Pirmajer
Josip Zemko
Jozef Velker
Ljubiša Dunđerski
Marko Perović
Martin Novoselac
Mijat Gaćinović
Milan Belić
Milan Jovanović
Milan Pavkov
Milan Stepanov
Milan Vukelić
Miloš Krasić
Miloš Šestić
Miodrag Kustudić
Miodrag Pantelić
Miroslav Vulićević
Nemanja Miletić
Nemanja Radoja
Nikola Lazetić
Novak Roganović
Petar Nikezić
Radoslav Samardžić
Radovan Krivokapić
Rajko Aleksić
Ranko Despotović
Ratko Svilar
Rodoljub Malenčić
Sergej Milinković–Savić
Silvester Takač
Sima Milovanov
Siniša Mihajilović
Slaviša Jokanović
Slavko Svinjarević
Slobodan Pavković
Srboljub Krivokuća
Stevan Bena
Stevan Nešticki
Stevan Sekereš
Svetozar Džanić
Todor Veselinović
Vlada Avramov
Vladimir Trifunović
Vujadin Boškov
Žarko Nikolić
Zdravko Rajkov
Željko Brkić
Željko Jurčić
Zoran Marić
Zvonimir Požega
Zvonko Ivezić