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| Regional cup apps  = 2
 
| Regional cup first = 2018
 
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In early 2019, the Kingdom of Coria co-founded the [[Krasnocorian Cup]] and competed in the [[2019 Krasnocorian Cup|inaugural edition]], where they finished first after winning all three matches. In the [[2019 FMF World Cup qualification|2019 World Cup qualifiers]] soon afterwards, the team went unbeaten as they finished top of their five-team group with twenty points and qualified for their [[2019 FMF World Cup|first ever]] [[FMF World Cup]] finals. The team's good form continued into the finals, as they topped a tough group unbeaten with ten points to advance directly to the quarter-finals where they defeated [[Krasnarus national football team|Krasnarus]] 2–0. However, they were beaten by Senya 3–0 and [[Birgeshir national football team|Birgeshir]] 3–2 in the semi-finals and third-place play-off, respectively, to place fourth.
 
In early 2019, the Kingdom of Coria co-founded the [[Krasnocorian Cup]] and competed in the [[2019 Krasnocorian Cup|inaugural edition]], where they finished first after winning all three matches. In the [[2019 FMF World Cup qualification|2019 World Cup qualifiers]] soon afterwards, the team went unbeaten as they finished top of their five-team group with twenty points and qualified for their [[2019 FMF World Cup|first ever]] [[FMF World Cup]] finals. The team's good form continued into the finals, as they topped a tough group unbeaten with ten points to advance directly to the quarter-finals where they defeated [[Krasnarus national football team|Krasnarus]] 2–0. However, they were beaten by Senya 3–0 and [[Birgeshir national football team|Birgeshir]] 3–2 in the semi-finals and third-place play-off, respectively, to place fourth.
  
In early 2020, the team competed in the [[2020 Krasnocorian Cup|second Krasnocorian Cup]] where they finished as runners-up. In [[2020 Copa Apollonia qualification|the year's Copa Apollonia qualifiers]], the team topped their six-team group unbeaten with 26 points to qualify for the [[2020 Copa Apollonia|the finals]].
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In early 2020, the team competed in the [[2020 Krasnocorian Cup|second Krasnocorian Cup]] where they finished as runners-up. In [[2020 Copa Apollonia qualification|the year's Copa Apollonia qualifiers]], the team topped their six-team group unbeaten with 26 points to qualify for the [[2020 Copa Apollonia|the finals]], where they advanced from their three-team group in second place with two points. After overcoming Senya on penalties and [[Alduria national football team|Alduria]] in extra time in the quarter- and semi-finals, respectively, the team finished as runners-up after losing 3–0 in the final to the [[Florian Republic national football team|Florian Republic]].
  
 
==Chronological competitive participation==
 
==Chronological competitive participation==
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**[[2018 FMF Confederations Cup|2018]] – Fourth place
 
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Latest revision as of 16:38, 27 July 2020

Not to be confused with the Republic of Coria national football team or the Ctoria national football team.

Kingdom of Coria Kingdom of Coria
Logo of the Kingdom of Coria national football team
Association Corian Football Federation
FMF member 2017–
Confederation AEFA
Head coach Kingdom of Coria Nikola Urošević
Home stadium Stadion Grendbej
FMF code KOR
First FMF intermicronational
Senya Senya 4–0 Kingdom of Coria Kingdom of Coria
Biggest win
Kingdom of Coria Kingdom of Coria 8–0 Etourney Etourney
Biggest defeat
Senya Senya 4–0 Kingdom of Coria Kingdom of Coria
FMF World Cup
Appearances 1 (First in 2019)
Best result Fourth place
Copa Apollonia
Appearances 2 (First in 2018)
Best result Runners-up

The Kingdom of Coria national football team is the football team which currently represents the Krasnocorian constituent nation of the Kingdom of Coria, and previously represented the independent nation of the same name. It is a member of the AEFA, and is run by the Corian Football Federation.

History

The team was founded in 2017 after the Kingdom of Coria's Micrasian claim was successful. Later in the year, the team competed in the inaugural Devon Shield, where they were eliminated in the first round.

After winning the hosting rights to the 2018 Copa Apollonia, the Kingdom of Coria qualified automatically and instead participated in the 2018 FMF Confederations Cup, where they advanced from their their group in second place with seven points. The team then lost to Senya 3–0 and Mercury 4–1, in the semi-finals and third-place play-off, respectively, to finish fourth. In mid-2018, the Kingdom of Coria joined with Krasnarus to form Krasnocoria, with each constituent nation retaining its separate FMF membership. At the Copa Apollonia, the team finished third in their group after drawing all three matches as hosts and failed to advance.

In early 2019, the Kingdom of Coria co-founded the Krasnocorian Cup and competed in the inaugural edition, where they finished first after winning all three matches. In the 2019 World Cup qualifiers soon afterwards, the team went unbeaten as they finished top of their five-team group with twenty points and qualified for their first ever FMF World Cup finals. The team's good form continued into the finals, as they topped a tough group unbeaten with ten points to advance directly to the quarter-finals where they defeated Krasnarus 2–0. However, they were beaten by Senya 3–0 and Birgeshir 3–2 in the semi-finals and third-place play-off, respectively, to place fourth.

In early 2020, the team competed in the second Krasnocorian Cup where they finished as runners-up. In the year's Copa Apollonia qualifiers, the team topped their six-team group unbeaten with 26 points to qualify for the the finals, where they advanced from their three-team group in second place with two points. After overcoming Senya on penalties and Alduria in extra time in the quarter- and semi-finals, respectively, the team finished as runners-up after losing 3–0 in the final to the Florian Republic.

Chronological competitive participation

Kit

Past kits

Current squad

No. Pos. Player Age Club
1 1GK Sašo Fornezi 34 Mercury Cook Island FC
2 3DF Vladica Vasić 25 Kingdom of Coria FK Sartid
3 3DF Miloš Antić 26 Kingdom of Coria FK Glasbridž Junajted
4 3DF Danijel Despotović 29 Kingdom of Coria Plava Zvezda Grendbej
5 3DF Dušan Đokić 22 Kingdom of Coria FK Sartid
6 5MF Saša Pešić 23 Kingdom of Coria Plava Zvezda Grendbej
7 5MF Niko Jeglič 35 Kingdom of Coria Partizan Averna
8 5MF Andraž Kim 33 Senya Kateki Blavisen FK
9 7FW Aleksandar Mileusnić 23 Kingdom of Coria Partizan Averna
10 7FW Martin Ćorluka 27 Senya Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets FK
11 7FW Nemanja Ahčev 23 Birgeshir Mëzal Birlæşňi FK
12 1GK Stefan Paklar 23 Kingdom of Coria Plava Zvezda Grendbej
13 3DF Sveto Brečko 33 Tellia Romero Sport
14 3DF Đorđe Nešić 25 Kingdom of Coria Plava Zvezda Grendbej
15 3DF Nikola Tomić 22 Kingdom of Coria Mornari Averna
16 5MF Robert Zabavnik 33 Kingdom of Coria Plava Zvezda Grendbej
17 5MF Sreten Kuzmanović 24 Kingdom of Coria FK Glasbridž Junajted
18 7FW Goran Vrhunc 27 Tellia FC Fiorecittà
19 7FW Lubomír Jelić 30 Kingdom of Coria FK Sartid
20 7FW Uroš Kocić 26 Craitland Zekäbelóman Kahthajtensen FC

Honours

Flag

The Kingdom of Coria has used the following flags during its FMF affiliation:

2017 2017–
Kingdom of Coria
Kingdom of Coria

See also