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The first official match of the first Slovakian Republic was played in Bratislava against Germany in 1939, and ended in a 2–0 victory for Slovakia. After the Second World War, what is now the Czech Republic and Slovakia were seen as one nation (Czechoslovakia), and for over fifty years Slovakia played no matches as an independent country. After regaining independence, Slovakia's first official international was a 1–0 victory in Dubai over the United Arab Emirates in 1994. Their first match back on Slovak soil was a 4–1 defeat against Croatia in Bratislava later the same year.
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Food for a Slovakia Themed PartySlovak cuisine relies heavily on items such as pork, poultry, cabbage, wheat and potato flour, cheese, potatoes, onions and garlic. Beans, corn on the cob, lentils, parsley, carrots and other vegetables are often used to create soups and stews. Big meat eaters, the Slovakian people are particularly fond of pork, beef and chicken. Rye bread is very popular, and many Slovaks eat bread for breakfast with cheeses, eggs and cold meats, and/or for lunch with soup, and very frequently as part of their evening meal as well.
Drink for a Slovak Themed PartySlovakia's neighbour, the Czech Republic, is justifiably famous for its beers. The Slovak people are also great beer-lovers, and although their beers are perhaps not as well-known internationally, they are well worth seeking out. The most popular beer brands include Zlaty Bazant, Kozel , Corgon, Saris, Gambrinus and Smadny Mnich.
Wine, from grapes from the southern areas of the country, is also a very popular drink in Slovakia, as is plum brandy or Slivovice.