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Yugoslavia
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Continent Europe
Existed until 1992
National teams Men's
Junior
National federation Yugoslav Ice Hockey Federation
Joined IIHF January 1, 1939
Left IIHF December 31, 1992
Top league Yugoslav Ice Hockey League
Duration 1937-1991


The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was a country in Southeastern Europe that existed from 1918 until it was dissolved in 1992 amid the Yugoslav Wars. It has split up into the countries of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro (Serbia and Montenegro until 2006), Macedonia, and (the mostly-unrecognized) Kosovo.

For information on hockey in Yugoslavia, please see the links to the articles on its successor countries above.


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