The North Macedonia national football team (Macedonian: Фудбалска репрезентација нa Северна Македонија, romanized: Fudbalska reprezentacija na Severna Makedonija) represents North Macedonia in international football, and is controlled by the Football Federation of North Macedonia. The national team plays its home matches at the Toshe Proeski Arena in Skopje. North Macedonia produced several good results, notably drawing with England twice away, then drawing with Portugal, drawing with Poland, drawing away from home with both Italy and Netherlands, as well as beating Ireland 3–2 in 1997, Jamaica 2–1 in 1998, Finland 1–0 in 2002, Ukraine 1–0 in 2004, Ecuador 2–1 and Turkey 1–0 in 2006, Croatia 2–0 in 2007, Scotland at home 1–0 in 2008, Iceland 2–0 in 2009, Wales 2–1 in 2013, Denmark 3–0 in 2013 and Norway 2–0 in 2017. Some popular Macedonian footballers have also played for different national teams, notably Marek Jankulovski who represented Czech Republic. On 12 August 2009, as part of the 100-year anniversary of football in the country, the national team played a friendly match against Spain. Star player Goran Pandev scored two goals in the first half to give Macedonia a 2–0 lead before Spain scored three goals in the second half to record the 3–2 victory in front of a record crowd of 30,000 at the renovated Philip II Arena.