HNK Hajduk Split statistics and records

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Below are statistics and records related to HNK Hajduk Split.

Honours and achievements[edit]

Hajduk won two Kingdom of Yugoslavia championships, seven Yugoslav championships, six Croatian championships, as well as nine Yugoslav Cup titles, four Croatian Cups and five super cups. Abroad, the club has reached the quarterfinals of the Champions Cup (now UEFA Champions League) three times (last time 1995), and two European semifinals: Cup Winners' Cup 1973, and UEFA Cup 1984.

National Championships: 18

National Cups: 21


Other tournaments

  • Dalmatia Champions (14): 1920–21, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1923–24, 1924–25, 1926 (Spring champ.), 1926 (Autumn champ.), 1927 (Spring champ.), 1927 (Autumn champ.), 1928 (Spring champ.), 1928 (Autumn champ.), 1929 (Spring champ.), 1932 (Spring champ.), 1936 (Spring champ.)
  • Croatian Indoor Championships (2): 2008, 2009
  • Sultan Cup (1): 2012
  • Trofeo Ciudad de La Línea (1): 1974
  • Marjan Trophy (12): 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 2002
  • Andrija Anković Memorial tournament (1): 2013

Runner up

European Competitions[edit]

European Cup (defunct, succeeded by UEFA Champions League):

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (defunct):

UEFA Cup (defunct, succeeded by UEFA Europa League):

Hajduk Split dream team[edit]

In 2011 when Hajduk Split celebrated its 100-th birthday the local newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija made a public poll where Hajduk fans voted for the best 11 Hajduk Split players of all time.

1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GK Vladimir Beara (1947-1955)
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Vilson Džoni (1967-1977)
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Ivan Buljan (1967-1977)
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Dragan Holcer (1967-1975)
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Robert Jarni (1986-1991)
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Blaž Slišković (1981-1986)
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Jurica Jerković (1967-1978)
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dražen Mužinić (1971-1980)
9 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Ivica Šurjak (1971-1981)
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Frane Matošić (1935-1939, 1940-1941, 1944-1955)
11 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Bernard Vukas (1947-1957, 1959-1963)

Individual awards[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Yugoslavian First League top scorers

Season Name Goals
1933 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Vladimir Kragić 21
1935 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Leo Lemešić 18
1949 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Frane Matošić 17
1955 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bernard Vukas 20
1966 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Nadoveza 21
1971 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Nadoveza 20
1985 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 25

Prva HNL top scorers

Season Name Goals
1992 Croatia Ardian Kozniku 12
Yugoslav Footballer of the Year Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Croatian Footballer of the Year Croatia
Hope of the Year Croatia

Sportske novosti Yellow Shirt award

Prva HNL Player of the Year

Football Oscar

Ballon d'Or candidates

World Soccer Team of the Year

Hajduk players that participated in FIFA World Cup while playing for Hajduk Split[edit]

Brazil 1950 FIFA World Cup 5th place
Switzerland 1954 FIFA World Cup 8th place
Chile 1962 FIFA World Cup 4th place
West Germany 1974 FIFA World Cup 7th place
Spain 1982 FIFA World Cup 16th place
Italy 1990 FIFA World Cup 5th place
France 1998 FIFA World Cup  Bronze
JapanSouth Korea 2002 FIFA World Cup 23rd place
Germany 2006 FIFA World Cup 22nd place
Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup 20th place (Bosnia and Herzegovina ranking)

Hajduk players that participated in UEFA European Football Championship while playing for Hajduk Split[edit]

France 1960 European Nations' Cup  Silver
Italy UEFA Euro 1968  Silver
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia UEFA Euro 1976 4th place
France UEFA Euro 1984 8th place
England UEFA Euro 1996 7th place
Portugal UEFA Euro 2004 13th place
AustriaSwitzerland UEFA Euro 2008 5th place
France UEFA Euro 2016 9th place

Hajduk players that participated in Football at the Summer Olympics while playing for Hajduk Split[edit]

Uruguay Football at the 1928 Summer Olympics
United Kingdom Football at the 1948 Summer Olympics  Silver
Finland Football at the 1952 Summer Olympics  Silver
Australia Football at the 1956 Summer Olympics  Silver
Italy Football at the 1960 Summer Olympics  Gold
Soviet Union Football at the 1980 Summer Olympics 4th place
United States Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics  Bronze

Hajduk players that participated in other international tournaments while playing for Hajduk Split[edit]

South Africa 1996 African Cup of Nations 10th place (Liberia ranking)
Saudi Arabia 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup  Silver (Australia ranking)

Player records[edit]

For more details on this topic, see List of HNK Hajduk Split players.

Appearances[edit]

Vedran Rožić holds Hajduk's appearance record, having played 390 times over the course of 12 seasons from 1972 to 1984. Ivica Hlevnjak holds the records for league appearances, with 310. Vedran Rožić holds also the record for European appearances, with 49. Ante Miše holds the record for Football Cup appearances with 44.

  • Most appearances in all competitions: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vedran Rožić, 390.
  • Most league appearances: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Hlevnjak, 310.
  • Most football cup appearances: Croatia Ante Miše, 44.
  • Most European appearances: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vedran Rožić, 49.
  • Most major trophies with Hajduk Split : 10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Luka Peruzović
  • Youngest first-team player: Croatia Josip Bašić, 16 years, 6 months and 27 days (against Dinamo Zagreb, 29 September 2012).
  • Youngest first-team player in European competitions: Croatia Nikola Vlašić, 16 years, 9 months and 13 days (against Dundalk F.C., 17 July 2014).
  • Oldest first-team player: Croatia Vladimir Balić, 37 years, 7 months and 11 days (against NK Zagreb, 10 May 2008).
  • Longest-serving player: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vedran Rožić, 11 years, 6 months and 25 days (from 5 November 1972 to 30 May 1984).
  • Most appearances as a foreign player in all competitions: 214Australia Josip Skoko

Most appearance[edit]

Name Years Signed from League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vedran Rožić 1972–1984 Youth Academy 305 36 49 0 390
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Hlevnjak 1962–1973 Youth Academy 310 36 27 0 373
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Mužinić 1971-1980 Youth Academy 280 29 36 0 345
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Šurjak 1971-1981 Youth Academy 268 28 36 0 332
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jurica Jerković 1969-1978 Youth Academy 250 29 32 0 311
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Frane Matošić 1935-1939 & 1940–1941 & 1944-1955 Youth Academy 270 28 2 9 309
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Luka Peruzović 1969–1980 & 1983–1984 Youth Academy 244 26 36 0 306
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bernard Vukas 1947–1957 & 1959–1963 NK Zagreb 267 33 4 0 304
9 Croatia Ante Miše 1985–1994 & 1997–2003 NK Borovo 226 44 26 1 297
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 1976–1986 Youth Academy 240 15 35 0 290

Goalscorers[edit]

Bernard Vukas scored 300 goals for Hajduk Split. He is remembered as one of the best Hajduk players ever

Hajduks's all-time leading scorer is Frane Matošić, who scored 211 goals for the club from 1935 to 1955. Zlatko Vujović holds the record for the most goals in a season with 27 in all competitions in the 1984–85 season. Matošić also holds the record for the most league with 179; while Tomislav Erceg holds the record for the most goals in the Football Cup, with 21. Lastly, Zlatko Vujović holds the record for the most goals in European competition with 19.

Historical goals[edit]

Goal Name Date Match
1st ever Austria-Hungary Šime Raunig 11 June 1911 Hajduk Split 9 – Calcio Spalato 0
1st in Yugoslav First League Kingdom of Yugoslavia Mirko Machiedo 2 September 1923 SAŠK 4 – Hajduk Split 3
1st in Croatian First Football League Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ardian Kozniku 29 February 1992 Hajduk Split 3 – Istra 1
1st in European Competition Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Vardić 27 September 1967 Tottenham Hotspur 4 – Hajduk Split 3
1000th in Yugoslav First League Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vlado Schönauer 12 September 1954 Hajduk Split 5 – Proleter Osijek 3
2000th in Yugoslav First League Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slaviša Žungul 2 September 1976 Hajduk Split 4 – Željezničar 0
3000th in Croatian First Football League Croatia Nenad Pralija 18 August 1995 Segesta 1 – Hajduk Split 1
4000th in Croatian First Football League Ivory Coast Jean Evrard Kouassi 21 April 2013 Slaven Belupo 1 – Hajduk Split 1

Most goals[edit]

Name Years Signed from League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Frane Matošić 1935–1939 & 1940–1941 & 1944–1955 Youth Academy 179 20 1 11 211
2 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Leo Lemešić 1924–1940 Youth Academy 109 10 0 54 173
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Nadoveza 1963–1973 NK Šibenik 107 10 6 0 123
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 1976–1986 Youth Academy 100 2 19 0 121
5 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Vladimir Kragić 1929–1939 Youth Academy 78 11 0 29 118
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slaviša Žungul 1971–1978 Youth Academy 82 13 14 0 109
Croatia Tomislav Erceg 1992–1995 & 1997–1998 & 1999–2000 & 2001–2002 & 2006 Youth Academy 81 21 7 0 109
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bernard Vukas 1947–1957 & 1959–1963 NK Zagreb 94 12 1 0 107
9 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ljubo Benčić 1921–1935 Youth Academy 42 6 0 56 104
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Hlevnjak 1962–1973 Youth Academy 72 13 6 0 91

Goalkeepers[edit]

International[edit]

Homegrown players with most appearance in national team[edit]

# Name Career Apps
1 Croatia Darijo Srna 2002–2016 134
2 Croatia Stipe Pletikosa 1999–2014 114
3 Croatia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Robert Jarni 1990–2002 88
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 1979–1990 70
5 Croatia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Aljoša Asanović 1987–2000 65
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Beara 1950–1959 60
7 Croatia Igor Tudor 1997–2006 55
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Šurjak 1973–1982 54
9 Croatia Igor Štimac 1990–2002 53
10 Croatia Milan Rapaić 1996–2007 49

Club records[edit]

Matches[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Wins[edit]

Defeats[edit]

  • Record (home) defeat: 0–4 against Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb, Yugoslav First League, 17 August 1986.
  • Record Prva HNL (home) defeat: 1–5 against Croatia Varteks, 17 August 2001.
  • Record away defeat: 0–9 against Kingdom of Yugoslavia BSK, Yugoslav league, 6 June 1940;
  • Record Yugoslav Cup defeat: 0–6 against Kingdom of Yugoslavia Football selection of Belgrade, 1 August 1926;
  • Record Croatian Football Cup defeat: 0–5 against Croatia Dinamo Zagreb, 4 December 2013.
  • Record away defeat in European competitions: 0–6 against Netherlands Ajax, Champions League, 29 September 1993.
  • Record home defeat in European competitions: 0–5 against Hungary Debreceni, Champions League, 3 August 2005;
  • Most defeats in a league season: 15 (out of 34 games), during the 1971–72 season.
  • Fewest defeats in league season: unbeaten during the 18-game 1950 season.

Goals[edit]

  • Most goals scored in a league season: 84 in 34 games, during the 1993–94 season.
  • Fewest goals scored in a league season: 26 in 26 games, during the 1962–63 season.
  • Most goals conceded in a league season:
      • 56 in 34 games, during the 1971–72 season.
      • 56 in 36 games, during the 2014–15 season.
  • Fewest goals conceded in a league season: 13 in 18 games, during the 1950 season.

Average attendance record on Poljud stadium[edit]

Note: records in gold were that seasons highest league average attendance.

Yugoslav Football League
1979–80 17,235
1980–81 12,353 Decrease
1981–82 16,529 Increase
1982–83 15,353 Decrease
1983–84 13,353 Decrease
1984–85 12,941 Decrease
1985–86 8,882 Decrease
1986–87 ? ?
1987–88 7,850 Decrease
1988–89 9,618 Increase
1989–90 8,787 Decrease
1990–91 5,110 Decrease
Croatian Football League
Season Attendance (league only) Change
1992 7,091 Increase
1992–93 6,033 Decrease
1993–94 6,647 Increase
1994–95 7,167 Increase
1995–96 9,375 Increase
1996–97 5,900 Decrease
1997–98 7,317 Increase
1998–99 11,875 Increase
1999–00 5,313 Decrease
2000–01 7,594 Increase
2001–02 4,653 Decrease
2002–03 7,969 Increase
2003–04 8,313 Increase
2004–05 8,656 Increase
2005–06 5,188 Decrease
2006–07 7,765 Increase
2007–08 4,853 Decrease
2008–09 9,471 Increase
2009–10 4,633 Decrease
2010–11 6,867 Increase
2011–12 10,067 Increase
2012–13 9,441 Decrease
2013–14 10,139 Increase
2014–15 6,670 Decrease
2015–16 9,222 Increase

Sources: hrnogomet.com

Penalty shoot-out history[edit]

Season Competition Venue Opponent Full time result Shoot-out result
1957–58 Yugoslav Cup Sombor Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnički (S) 2–2 4–3
1962–63 Yugoslav Cup Novi Sad Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vojvodina 2–2 5–3
1964–65 Yugoslav Cup Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HNK Šibenik 2–2 3–2
1965–66 Yugoslav Cup Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 0–0 3–4
1966–67 Yugoslav Cup Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vardar 0–0 5–2
1969–70 Yugoslav Cup Skopje Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vardar 1–1 3–2
1973–74 Yugoslav Cup Sarajevo Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Željezničar 1–1 4–3
1976–77 Yugoslav Cup Banja Luka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borac (BL) 1–1 3–2
Yugoslav Cup Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vardar 1–1 5–4
1977–78 Cup Winners' Cup Split Hungary Diósgyőri VTK 1–2 (3–3 Agg.) 4–3
Cup Winners' Cup Split Austria Austria Vienna 1–1 (2–2 Agg.) 0–3
1978–79 Yugoslav Cup Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Proleter (Z) 2–2 5–6
1981–82 Yugoslav Cup Novi Sad Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Novi Sad 1–1 5–4
1982–83 Yugoslav Cup Raška Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FC Garrison JNA 1–1 8–7
1983–84 UEFA Cup Split Romania Universitatea Craiova 1–0 (1–1 Agg.) 3–1
1985–86 Yugoslav Cup Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OFK Beograd 0–0 3–4
UEFA Cup Waregem Belgium KSV Waregem 0–1 (1–1 Agg.) 4–5
1986–87 Yugoslav Cup Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star 0–1 (2–2 Agg.) 5–4
Yugoslav Cup Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HNK Rijeka 1–1 9–8
1987–88 Cup Winners' Cup Split Denmark Aalborg BK 1–0 (1–1 Agg.) 4–2
1988–891 Yugoslav Cup Prizren Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia KF Liria 0–0 4–5
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 2–2 0–2
Yugoslav League Kruševac Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Napredak (K) 1–1 3–1
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Red Star 0–0 4–2
Yugoslav League Sarajevo Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Željezničar 1–1 6–5
Yugoslav League Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HNK Rijeka 0–0 3–1
Yugoslav League Niš Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnički (N) 0–0 5–4
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vojvodina 0–0 2–4
Yugoslav League Skopje Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vardar 1–1 5–3
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Rad 2–2 4–5
Yugoslav League Mostar Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velež Mostar 2–2 4–5
1989–902 Yugoslav Cup Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Rad 0–0 7–6
Yugoslav League Tuzla Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sloboda (T) 2–2 6–5
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HNK Rijeka 1–1 5–6
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Sarajevo 0–0 4–3
1990–913 Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Željezničar 1–1 4–2
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HNK Rijeka 1–1 5–6
Yugoslav League Zagreb Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1–1 3–4
Yugoslav League Sarajevo Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Sarajevo 1–1 2–4
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star 1–1 3–5
Yugoslav League Mostar Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velež Mostar 1–1 3–1
Yugoslav League Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia HNK Rijeka 0–0 3–1
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borac (BL) 1–1 3–4
Yugoslav League Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Vojvodina 1–1 2–4
1992–93 Super Cup Zagreb Croatia Inker Zaprešić 0–0 3–1
1994–95 Super Cup Zagreb Croatia Croatia Zagreb 0–1 (1–1 Agg.) 4–3
1995–96 Croatian Cup Split Croatia NK Marsonia 1–0 (1–1 Agg.) 2–4
1998–99 Croatian Cup Split Croatia HNK Cibalia 2–1 (3–3 Agg.) 5–6
2001–02 Champions League Split Hungary Ferencváros 0–0 (0–0 Agg.) 6–5
2008–09 Croatian Cup Koprivnica Croatia Slaven Belupo 0–0 (0–0 Agg.) 6–5
Croatian Cup Split Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 3–0 (3–3 Agg.) 3–4
2011–12 Croatian Cup Zagreb Croatia NK Zagreb 0–1 (1–1 Agg.) 5–6
2013–14 Super Cup Zagreb Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 1–1 1–4

1During 1988–89 season teams in Yugoslav First League approached penalty shoot-out after every regular time tie.

2During 1989–90 season teams in Yugoslav First League approached penalty shoot-out after every regular time tie.

3During 1990–91 season teams in Yugoslav First League approached penalty shoot-out after every regular time tie. Sources: Glasilo Hrvatskog nogometnog saveza