2009/10 Bosnia Herzegovina national football team home and away kits still with the LEGEA sports Wear Made in Italy. The independent Bosnia Herzegovina national football team is controlled by the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia Herzegovina football team has never qualified for a European or World Championship. Bosnia Herzegovina has been playing most of its games at Bilino Polje, the home football stadium of NK Celik from the city of Zenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of two stadiums of national football team of Bosnia Herzegovina. The stadium's was built and opened in 1972 with capacity 18,000. Bosnia Herzegovina football team had hired Miroslav Blaževic on July 10, 2008 as their current coach replacing Meho Kodro, who was dismissed by the Football Federation officials after he refused to take charge of the national team for a friendly against Iran on May 26, 2008. Miroslav Blaževic is a Bosnian Croat football manager and former Yugoslav football player. In the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification group stage Bosnia Herzegovina national team was grouped with Spain, Turkey, Belgium, Astonia and Armenia in Team 5.