The Serbia men's national water polo team represents Serbia in international water polo competitions and is controlled by the Water Polo Association of Serbia. FINA considers Serbia the inheritor of the records of Serbia and Montenegro. They are one of the world's best teams in the history of water polo, having won: 1 Olympic, 3 World Championship, 6 European Championship, 3 World Cup, 10 FINA World League, 2 Mediterranean Games gold medals. Current Serbia's team is widely considered to be the best in the history of the game.
They are the best of all national sports teams of Serbia, having won more titles than any other Serbian national team. In 2016, they became the first team to concurrently hold titles in all of the major championships in which they compete: the European Championship, the World Championship, the World Cup, the World League, and the Olympic Games.
On 25 December 2011, Serbia's water polo team was included in a humanitarian action "Bitka za Bebe" ("the Battle for the Babies") playing an exhibition match with the team of the Faculty of Organizational Scihences (FON), in Belgrade. Before the Serbian water polo team had joined the action, many other athletes were included. Among them was the world number one in tennis at that time, Novak Đoković, football and basketball players of Red Star Belgrade, and many other's. Proceeds from the ticket sales went to fund "Bitka za Bebe" and the money was successfully collected to purchase one incubator.