1940–41 Croatian First League

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The Croatian League[1] season of 1940-1941 was the first held in the Banovina of Croatia. Hajduk Split was the league champion. The league was organized by the Croatian Football Federation.

League[edit]

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD P
1 HŠK Hajduk Split 18 14 3 1 75 17 +58 31
2 1.HŠK Građanski Zagreb 18 11 7 0 75 17 +58 29
3 HŠK Concordia Zagreb 18 13 2 3 62 22 +40 28
4 HAŠK Zagreb 18 7 6 5 42 31 +11 20
5 ŠK Slavija Varazdin 18 7 3 8 30 49 -19 17
6 RSD Split 18 6 4 8 21 50 -29 16
7 SAŠK Sarajevo 18 5 3 10 17 44 -27 13
8 HŠK Željezničar Zagreb 18 2 6 10 20 43 -23 10
9 HŠK Slavija Osijek 18 3 3 12 23 53 -30 9
10 HAD Bačka Subotica 18 2 3 13 19 58 -39 7

Champions[edit]

Hajduk Split (Coach: Ljubo Benčić)
Miljenko Krstulović
Ljubomir Kokeza
Jozo Matošić
Gajo Raffanelli
Anđelko Marušić
Branko Bakotić
Ivo Alujević
Ratko Kacijan
Frane Matošić
Jiri Sobotka
Ivo Radovniković

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