|Association||Football Association of Slovenia|
|Head coach||Milenko Ačimovič|
| Cyprus 1–0 Slovenia |
(Paralimni, Cyprus; 17 November 1992)
| Estonia 1–7 Slovenia|
(Rakvere, Estonia; 8 September 2014)
| Slovenia 0–6 Slovakia |
(Sežana, Slovenia; 11 February 2003)
|UEFA U-21 Championship|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2021 )|
|Best result||Group stage (2021)|
The Slovenia national under-21 football team is the national under-21 football team of Slovenia and is controlled by the Football Association of Slovenia.
|UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship record||UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship Qualification record|
|1996||Did not qualify||10||6||1||3||19||12|
|2021||Group stage||3||0||1||2||1||8||Qualified as host|
Squad for the 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying matches against the Czech Republic on 2 September 2021 and Andorra on 6 September 2021.
Caps and goals are correct as of 6 September 2021, after the match against Andorra.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Martin Turk||21 August 2003||3||0||Parma|
|12||GK||Žan-Luk Leban||15 December 2002||0||0||Everton|
|GK||Luka Čadež||1 March 2000||0||0||Triglav Kranj|
|2||DF||Žan Trontelj||21 January 2000||3||0||Bravo|
|3||DF||Dušan Stojinović (captain)||26 August 2000||11||1||Khimki|
|5||DF||Žiga Laci||20 July 2002||0||0||AEK Athens|
|6||DF||David Zec||5 January 2000||10||0||Celje|
|14||DF||Gašper Pečnik||10 July 2002||2||0||Aluminij|
|15||DF||Mark Španring||13 June 2001||2||0||Bravo|
|20||DF||Vid Koderman||18 April 2003||3||0||Maribor|
|4||MF||Benjamin Markuš||30 January 2001||2||0||Domžale|
|7||MF||Tjaš Begić||30 June 2003||2||0||Celje|
|8||MF||Luka Vešner Tičić||25 October 2000||2||0||Koper|
|9||MF||Enrik Ostrc||21 June 2002||2||0||Olimpija Ljubljana|
|10||MF||Aljaž Casar||17 September 2000||3||0||TSG 1899 Hoffenheim II|
|11||MF||Nino Žugelj||23 May 2000||1||0||Maribor|
|13||MF||Andrej Pogačar||22 October 2002||0||0||Radomlje|
|17||MF||Aljoša Matko||29 March 2000||10||4||Hammarby IF|
|19||MF||Mark Zabukovnik||27 December 2000||2||0||Radomlje|
|21||MF||Michael Pavlović||12 June 2001||2||0||Olimpija Ljubljana|
|16||FW||Kai Cipot||28 April 2001||3||0||Mura|
|18||FW||David Flakus Bosilj||1 February 2002||3||0||Hellas Verona|
|23||FW||Miha Kancilija||4 April 2001||1||0||Bravo|
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