The Serbia and Montenegro national football team (Serbian: Фудбалска репрезентација Србије и Црне Горе, romanized: Fudbalska reprezentacija Srbije i Crne Gore) was a national football team that represented the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. It was controlled by the Football Association of Serbia and Montenegro. For 11 years, it was known as the FR Yugoslavia national football team (Serbian: Фудбалска репрезентација СР Југославије, romanized: Fudbalska reprezentacija SR Jugoslavije) when the state was called the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, until February 2003, when the name of the country was changed to Serbia and Montenegro. In 2006, Montenegro declared its independence from Serbia, with the result that the country's football team was renamed as the Serbia national football team on 28 June 2006 with the Montenegro national football team created to represent the renewed state of Montenegro, with the Serbian national team inheriting the history and records of Serbia and Montenegro's national team.
Though politically it was not recognized intentionally as constituting a successor state to the former Yugoslavia, in regards to footballing, both FIFA and UEFA did consider Serbia and Montenegro to be the direct and sole successor to Yugoslavia and thus entitled to claim and use the history and records of the various Yugoslav national teams.
Rajko Mitić Stadium (Serbian: Стадион Рајко Митић, romanized: Stadion Rajko Mitić, pronounced ), previously known as Red Star Stadium (Serbian: Стадион Црвена звезда, romanized: Stadion Crvena zvezda), also known as Marakana (Serbian Cyrillic: Маракана), is a multi-use stadium in Belgrade, Serbia which has been the home ground of Red Star Belgrade since 1963. The stadium is located in Dedinje, municipality of Savski Venac.
Rajko Mitić Stadium, renamed in December 2014 in honor of club's former player and legend Rajko Mitić, has a seating capacity of 53,000 and is currently the largest stadium in Serbia by capacity.
The Stadium has hosted numerous international matches at a senior level, including European Cup final in 1973 and UEFA European Championship finals in 1976.