Zlatni Ljiljani (Golden Lilies)
|Association||Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Head coach||Ivica Barbarić|
The Bosnia and Herzegovina national under-19 football team is made up by players who are 19 years old or younger and represents Bosnia and Herzegovina in international football matches at this age level.
|UEFA European U19 Championship Record||Qualification Record|
|2002||Did Not Qualify||3||1||1||1||2||2||0|
|2022||To be played||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Mediterranean Games Record|
|1||Republic of Ireland||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||Elite round|
|3||Bosnia and Herzegovina||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
The following players were called up for friendly matches against Croatia on 5 June 2021 and Saudi Arabia on 8 June 2021.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Luka Damjanović||10 September 2003||2||0||Borac Banja Luka|
|GK||Muhamed Šahinović||30 September 2003||2||0||Sarajevo|
|DF||Filip Račić||15 February 2003||4||0||Unattached|
|DF||Mustafa Šukilović||1 January 2003||3||0||Tuzla City|
|DF||Amar Musić||20 January 2003||3||1||Željezničar|
|DF||Muharem Trako||27 September 2003||3||0||Sarajevo|
|DF||Benjamin Ćosić||8 January 2003||2||0||Sarajevo|
|DF||Tarik Muharemović||28 February 2003||2||0||Juventus|
|DF||Azur Mahmić||6 May 2003||1||0||Mura|
|DF||Nedim Avdić||3 February 2003||1||0||Sloboda Tuzla|
|MF||Dejan Popara||10 March 2003||8||0||Zvijezda 09|
|MF||Boro Erić||21 January 2003||4||0||Borac Banja Luka|
|MF||Enver Kulašin||11 September 2003||4||1||Borac Banja Luka|
|MF||Petar Sučić||25 October 2003||4||0||Zrinjski Mostar|
|MF||Tarik Ramić||7 April 2003||2||0||Sarajevo|
|MF||Eldar Mehmedović||10 April 2003||2||1||Sloboda Tuzla|
|MF||Tarik Kapetanović||10 April 2003||2||0||Sloboda Tuzla|
|MF||Admir Bristrić||28 April 2003||2||0||Rijeka|
|MF||Faruk Hodžić||4 August 2003||2||0||Sarajevo|
|MF||Haris Vehabović||30 August 2003||2||0||Zvijezda Gradačac|
|FW||Dženan Mehičević||9 January 2003||2||0||Eintracht Frankfurt|
|FW||Denis Alijagić||10 April 2003||2||1||Slavia Prague|
|FW||David Grubešić||18 August 2003||2||0||Željezničar|
The following eligible players have been called up for the team within the last twelve months:
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|DF||Omer Terzić||20 January 2002||1||0||Radnik Hadžići||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|MF||Ivan Grgić||2 February 2003||1||0||Široki Brijeg||v. Croatia, 5 June 2021 WD|
|MF||Edis Buturović||2 March 2003||2||0||Velež Mostar||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|MF||Salih Viteškić||12 April 2003||2||2||Sarajevo||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|MF||Ardonis Mučaj||10 October 2003||2||0||Željezničar||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|MF||Vehbija Nikšić||31 January 2003||1||1||Olimpik||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|MF||Irman Sejmenović||4 February 2003||1||0||Sarajevo||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|MF||Ivan Vrankić||26 March 2003||1||0||Zrinjski Mostar||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
|FW||Dženit Hajdarević||15 May 2003||2||1||Unattached||v. North Macedonia, 11 March 2021|
INJ Withdrawn due to injury.
|9 February 2021 Friendly||Montenegro||1–0||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Podgorica, Montenegro|
|Striković 32'||Report||Stadium: Camp FSCG |
Referee: Ivan Šarac (Montenegro)
|11 February 2021 Friendly||Montenegro||2–4||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Podgorica, Montenegro|
Jusupović 90+2' (o.g.)
|Report||Bašić 12', 51'|
|Stadium: Camp FSCG |
Referee: Manojlo Cekulić (Montenegro)
|23 February 2021 Friendly||Serbia||1–0||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Stara Pazova, Serbia|
|Čolić 52' (pen.)||Stadium: FA Serbia Training Centre|
|25 February 2021 Friendly||Serbia||2–1||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Stara Pazova, Serbia|
|Stadium: FA Serbia Training Centre|
|9 March 2021 Friendly||Bosnia and Herzegovina||2–1||North Macedonia||Međugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Stadium: Sportski centar Circle|
|11 March 2021 Friendly||Bosnia and Herzegovina||2–1||North Macedonia||Međugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Stadium: Sportski centar Circle|
|5 June 2021 Friendly||Croatia||4–2||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Sveti Martin na Muri, Croatia|
|Stadium: Stadion NK Polet|
|Head coach||Ivica Barbarić|
|Goalkeeping coach||Goran Brašnić|
The below table does not include any minor tournaments data.
Table correct as of 15 May 2018
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