Krasnarus national football team

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Krasnarus Krasnarus
Association Krasnarusyn Football Association
FMF member 2017–
Confederation AEFA
Home stadium Pelezu Olympic Stadium
FMF code KRS
First FMF intermicronational
Kingdom of Coria Kingdom of Coria 2–1 Nedland Nedland
Biggest win
Jääland Jääland 1–5 Krasnarus Krasnarus
Biggest defeat
Krasnarus Krasnarus 1–3 Mercury Mercury
FMF World Cup
Appearances 1 (First in 2019)
Best result Quarter-finals

The Krasnarus national football team is the football team which currently represents the Krasnocorian constituent nation of Krasnarus, and previously represented the independent nation of the same name. It is a member of the AEFA, and is run by the Krasnarusyn Football Association. The team is the official successor of Nedland, and as such retains its records.


The team was founded in 2017 after Krasnarus successfully claimed on Micras by gaining independence from Nedland. In mid-2018, prior to the completion of the 2018 Copa Apollonia qualification rounds, Krasnarus joined with the Kingdom of Coria to form Krasnocoria, with each constituent nation retaining its separate FMF membership. In the qualifiers, Krasnarus' first competitive involvement, the team finished second in their six-team group with 17 points and advanced to the play-offs, where they were beaten on away goals after a 2–2 aggregate draw with Stormark.

In early 2019, Krasnarus co-founded the Krasnocorian Cup and competed in the inaugural edition, where they finished second with six points. In the 2019 World Cup qualifiers soon afterwards, the team went unbeaten to top their five-team group with twenty points and qualified for their first ever FMF World Cup finals. The team continued to perform well in the finals, advancing from their group with seven points, in second place above Freeland by virtue of goals scored, before defeating Natopia after extra time to reach the quarter-finals, where they lost to the Kingdom of Coria 2–0.

The team competed in the second Krasnocorian Cup in early 2020, where they lifted their first silverware thanks to a win over the Kingdom of Coria in their final game.

Chronological competitive participation


No. Pos. Player Age Club
1 1GK Merku Džetiluv 22 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
2 1GK Memed Ručeltin 29 Krasnarus Telemart Vudin
3 1GK Ned Greiner 16 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
4 1GK Kreštuf Prukupič 36 Florian Republic Celtic FC Oldhaven
5 3DF Marco Ruticus 31 Krasnarus Merku Kuregred
6 3DF Radman Nikolic 24 Krasnarus KFK Dijaspora
7 3DF Irin Šerunič 28 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
8 3DF Eskender Serdučik 24 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
9 3DF Merku Sumutuv 22 Krasnarus Skutuční Pelezu
10 5MF Emer Chúty 34 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
11 5MF Merik Džobruč 25 Krasnarus Klub Gevet
12 5MF Kerul Resputinuv 29 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
13 5MF Buris Čich 23 Krasnarus Lezije FK 04
14 5MF Merku Drustinuv 22 Krasnarus Telemart Vudin
15 5MF Marck Hallback 24 Krasnarus Telemart Vudin
16 7FW Hunur Duručin 27 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
17 7FW Ektr Kurik 28 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
18 7FW Demjen Čukčič 24 Krasnarus KFK Dijaspora
19 7FW Guren Žermunik 23 Krasnarus Klub Gevet
20 7FW Bartholomew 31 Krasnarus Nuví Pelezu FK
21 7FW David Gulley 25 Krasnarus Merku Kuregred



Krasnarus has used the following flag during the entirety of its FMF affiliation: