HNK Hajduk Split statistics and records

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HNK Hajduk Split is a Croatian football club founded based in the city of Split, that competes in Prva HNL, top football league in the country. The club was founded on 13 February 1911. in Prague, and played its first competitive match on 11 June 1911 against Calcio Spalato, winning 9–0. The first to score for Hajduk was Šime Raunig. The first official game was played on 28 March 1920 in Split Championship against Borac Split, winning 8–0. This article lists various records and statistics related to the club and individual players and managers.

All records and statistics are accurate as of 24 June 2017

Individual records and statistics[edit]

Current players and manager are in bold/italics.

Appearances[edit]

Other records in the Croatian First Football League[edit]

Other records in the European competitions[edit]

Most appearances[edit]

Name Years Signed from League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vedran Rožić 1972–84 Youth Academy 305 36 49 0 390
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Hlevnjak 1962–73 Youth Academy 310 36 27 0 373
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Mužinić 1971–80 Youth Academy 280 29 36 0 345
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Šurjak 1971–81 Youth Academy 268 28 36 0 332
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jurica Jerković 1969–78 Youth Academy 250 29 32 0 311
6 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Frane Matošić 1935–39, 1940–41, 1944-55 Youth Academy 270 28 2 9 309
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Luka Peruzović 1969–80, 1983–84 Youth Academy 244 26 36 0 306
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bernard Vukas 1947–57, 1959–63 NK Zagreb 267 33 4 0 304
9 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Ante Miše 1985–94, 1997–2003 NK Borovo 226 44 26 1 297
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 1976–86 Youth Academy 240 15 35 0 290

Sources: rsssf.com, hrnogomet.com

Goals[edit]

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

Other goalscoring records in the Croatian First Football League[edit]

Other goalscoring records in European competitions[edit]

Landmarks[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Name Years Signed from League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Frane Matošić 1935–39, 1940–41, 1944–55 Youth Academy 179 20 1 11 211
2 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Leo Lemešić 1924–40 Youth Academy 109 10 0 54 173
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Nadoveza 1963–73 NK Šibenik 107 10 6 0 123
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 1976–86 Youth Academy 100 2 19 0 121
5 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Vladimir Kragić 1929–39 Youth Academy 78 11 0 29 118
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slaviša Žungul 1971–78 Youth Academy 82 13 14 0 109
Croatia Tomislav Erceg 1992–95, 1997–98, 1999–2000, 2001–02, 2006 Youth Academy 81 21 7 0 109
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bernard Vukas 1947–57, 1959–63 NK Zagreb 94 12 1 0 107
9 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ljubo Benčić 1921–35 Youth Academy 42 6 0 56 104
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Hlevnjak 1962–73 Youth Academy 72 13 6 0 91

Sources: rsssf.com, hrnogomet.com

Goalkeeping[edit]

Sources: hrnogomet.com

Disciplinary[edit]

Sources: hrnogomet.com

International[edit]

Sources: rsssf.com, hrnogomet.com, soccerway.com

Homegrown players with most appearances in national team[edit]

# Name Career Apps
1 Croatia Darijo Srna 2002–16 134
2 Croatia Stipe Pletikosa 1999–2014 114
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Robert Jarni 1990–2002 88
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zlatko Vujović 1979–90 70
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Aljoša Asanović 1987–2000 65
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Beara 1950–59 60
7 Croatia Ivan Perišić 2011– 57
8 Croatia Igor Tudor 1997–2006 55
9 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivica Šurjak 1973–82 54
10 Croatia Igor Štimac 1990–2002 53

Players that participated on international tournaments while playing for Hajduk[edit]

FIFA World Cup[edit]

UEFA Euro[edit]

Summer Olympics[edit]

Other[edit]

Sources: rsssf.com, hrnogomet.com, soccerway.com

Managerial[edit]

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr, soccerway.com

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

Croatian First League top scorers

Season Name Goals
1992 Croatia Ardian Kozniku 12
2016–17 Hungary Márkó Futács 18

Yugoslav Footballer of the Year

Croatian Footballer of the Year

Hope of the Year

Sportske novosti Yellow Shirt award

Prva HNL Player of the Year

International[edit]

Ballon d'Or candidates

World Soccer Team of the Year

Hajduk Split dream team[edit]

In 2011 during Hajduk's 100th birthday celebration, the local newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija made a public poll for Hajduk fans to vote for Hajduk Split all-time best 11.

1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GK Vladimir Beara (1947–55)
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Vilson Džoni (1967–77)
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Ivan Buljan (1967–77)
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Dragan Holcer (1967–75)
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Robert Jarni (1986–91)
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Blaž Slišković (1981–86)
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Jurica Jerković (1967–78)
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dražen Mužinić (1971–80)
9 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Ivica Šurjak (1971–81)
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Frane Matošić (1935–39, 1940–41, 1944–55)
11 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Bernard Vukas (1947–57, 1959–63)

Club records and statistics[edit]

As of 24 June 2017

Competition appearances[edit]

  • Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League61 out of 63 (1923–35, 1936–40, 1946–91).
  • Croatia Prva HNL27 out of 27 (1992–current). One of four clubs that have participated in all seasons, alongside Dinamo Zagreb, Rijeka and Osijek.
  • Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup50 out of 56.
  • Croatia Croatian Cup27 out of 27 (1992–current).
  • European Union European competitions – 48 (1927, 1955–56, 1960–61, 1963–64, 1967–73, 1974–79, 1981–87, 1991–92, 1993–2005, 2007–current).

Final position[edit]

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr

League records and statistics[edit]

As of 24 June 2017

  • Kingdom of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League (1927–40):[2]
    • Matches played – 144 (ranked 1st).
    • Wins – 66 (ranked 3rd).
    • Draws – 32 (ranked 1st).
    • Defeats – 46 (ranked 3rd).
    • Goals scored – 310 (ranked 2nd).
    • Goals conceded – 228 (ranked 3rd).
    • Points – 164 (ranked 3rd).
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League (1946–91):[3]
    • Matches played – 312 (ranked 1st).
    • Wins – 592 (ranked 4th).
    • Draws – 348 (ranked 1st).
    • Defeats – 336 (ranked 6th).
    • Goals scored – 2113 (ranked 4th).
    • Goals conceded – 1487 (ranked 6th).
    • Points – 1516 (ranked 4th).
  • Croatia Prva HNL:[4]
    • Matches played – 831 (ranked 2nd).
    • Wins – 463 (ranked 2nd).
    • Draws – 191 (ranked 3rd).
    • Defeats – 177 (ranked 10th).
    • Goals scored – 1493 (ranked 2nd).
    • Goals conceded – 779 (ranked 8th).
    • Goals difference – +714 (ranked 2nd).
    • Foreign players – 83 (ranked 2nd).

Matches and scorelines[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Lasts[edit]

Biggest wins[edit]

Biggest defeats[edit]

Highest scoring draws[edit]

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr

Records and statistics by season[edit]

Points[edit]

Wins[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Draws[edit]

Goals[edit]

Goal difference[edit]

Disciplinary[edit]

Croatia Prva HNL only.

  • Yellow cards:
    • Most (total) – 106 in 36 matches (2014–15).
    • Fewest (total) – 28 in 22 matches (1992).
    • Most (average per match) – 2.944 (2014–15).
    • Fewest (average per match) – 1.273 (1992).
  • Red cards:

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr

Sequences and runs[edit]

Currently active sequences are in bold/italics.

Goals[edit]

  • Longest streak without conceding a goal:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League789 minutes (25 Nov 1973 to 27 Mar 1974).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL776 minutes (10 Aug 2015 to 24 Oct 2015).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cupat least 540 minutes (28 Nov 1973 to 23 Sep 1975).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup705 minutes (7 Apr 1992 to 5 May 1993).
    • In European Union European competitions – 461 minutes (29 Sep 1993 to 19 Oct 1994).
  • Longest streak without scoring a goal:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League4 matches (3 times).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL359 minutes (19 Nov 2005 to 25 Feb 2006).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cupat least 180 minutes (4 times).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup353 minutes (18 Apr 2001 to 16 Oct 2002).
    • In European Union European competitions – 319 minutes (5 Nov 1986 to 30 Sep 1987).
  • Longest scoring run:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League25 matches (9 Jun 1940 to 20 Oct 1946).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL20 matches (22 Sep 2002 to 3 May 2003).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup30 matches (2 Dec 1970 to 15 Feb 1978).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup14 matches (6 Oct 1992 to 15 Mar 1994).
    • In European Union European competitions – 10 matches (19 Mar 1980 to 20 Oct 1982).
  • Longest conceding run:

Wins[edit]

  • Longest winning streak:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League6 matches (4 times).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL9 matches (26 Aug 2001 to 28 Oct 2001).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup12 matches (28 Nov 1973 to 1 Dec 1976).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup6 matches (6 Oct 1992 to 21 Apr 1993; 9 Dec 2001 to 23 Apr 2003).
    • In European Union European competitions – 5 matches (17 Sep 1975 to 17 Mar 1976).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League13 matches (26 Oct 1975 to 13 Mar 1977).
    • Home in Croatia Prva HNL15 matches (1 Sep 2002 to 27 Jul 2003).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup12 matches (14 Aug 1955 to 20 Nov 1963).
    • Home in Croatia Croatian Cup10 matches (21 Oct 1998 to 9 May 2001).
    • Home in European Union European competitions – 8 matches (9 Dec 1981 to 11 Apr 1984).[n 2]
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League4 matches (21 June 1953 to 22 Sep 1954).
    • Away in Croatia Prva HNL6 matches (4 Apr 1992 to 16 May 1992).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup5 matches (3 Nov 1965 to 16 Aug 1967).
    • Away in Croatia Croatian Cup5 matches (16 May 2001 to 23 Apr 2003).
    • Away in European Union European competitions – 2 matches (4 times).
  • Longest winning streak (one or two-legged knock-out rounds):
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup27 rounds (23 Feb 1972 to 15 Feb 1978).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup9 rounds (22 Sep 1999 to 18 Apr 2001).
    • In European Union European competitions – 4 rounds (14 Sep 1983 to 21 Mar 1984).

Unbeaten[edit]

  • Longest streak without a loss:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League25 matches (15 May 1949 to 8 Apr 1951).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL21 matches (5 Mar 1995 to 20 Sep 1995).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup28 matches (23 Feb 1972 to 15 Feb 1978).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup20 matches (17 Aug 1993 to 11 Oct 1995).
    • In European Union European competitions – 7 matches (18 Sep 1985 to 19 Mar 1986).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League30 matches (16 Nov 1958 to 1 Oct 1961).
    • Home in Croatia Prva HNL49 matches (6 Mar 1994 to 23 Mar 1997).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup26 matches in (14 Oct 1964 to 15 Feb 1978).
    • Home in Croatia Croatian Cup19 matches in (6 Oct 1992 to 15 Apr 1998).
    • Home in European Union European competitions – 16 matches in (22 Dec 1968 to 4 Nov 1976).[n 3]
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League12 matches (18 May 1949 to 8 Apr 1951).
    • Away in Croatia Prva HNL10 matches (7 Mar 1992 to 26 May 1992).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup12 matches (15 Mar 1972 to 17 Oct 1979).
    • Away in Croatia Croatian Cup11 matches (16 Oct 2001 to 8 Mar 2005).
    • Away in European Union European competitions – 5 matches (19 Jul 2007 to 29 Jul 2010).

Winless[edit]

  • Longest streak without a win:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League9 matches (16 Aug 1964 to 12 Nov 1964).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL7 matches (24 May 2009 to 23 Aug 2009).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup5 matches (26 Feb 1978 to 11 Nov 1981; 26 Aug 1999 to 8 Aug 2001).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup3 matches (3 times).
    • In European Union European competitions – 7 matches (2 Nov 1994 to 17 Jul 1996; 26 Aug 1999 to 8 Aug 2001).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League5 matches (9 Jun 1963 to 17 Nov 1963).
    • Home in Croatia Prva HNL4 matches (1 Mar 2015 to 18 Apr 2015).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup4 matches (8 Oct 1986 to 2 May 1990).
    • Home in Croatia Croatian Cup2 matches (5 times; current streak started on 4 March 2015 –).
    • Home in European Union European competitions – 3 matches (3 times).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League23 matches (13 Dec 1964 to 4 Sep 1966).
    • Away in Croatia Prva HNL11 matches (7 Dec 1997 to 21 Aug 1998).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup6 matches (14 Sep 1924 to 24 Jun 1934; 1 Jul 1934 to 26 Nov 1950).
    • Away in Croatia Croatian Cup3 matches (4 times).
    • Away in European Union European competitions – 9 matches (30 Jun 1963 to 27 Sep 1972; 14 Aug 2008 to 9 Aug 2012).

Defeats[edit]

  • Longest losing streak:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League5 matches (11 May 1980 to 1 June 1980).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL4 matches (22 Mar 2015 to 18 Apr 2015).[n 4]
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup3 matches (29 Jan 1939 to 2 Nov 1949).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup2 matches (5 times).
    • In European Union European competitions – 6 matches (21 Oct 2010 to 19 Jul 2012).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League3 matches (12 Jun 1966 to 16 Oct 1966).
    • Home in Croatia Prva HNL2 matches (8 times).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup2 matches (11 Mar 1987 to 9 Aug 1989).
    • Home in Croatia Croatian Cup2 matches (9 May 2001 to 6 Nov 2002).
    • Home in European Union European competitions – 3 matches (4 Nov 2010 to 10 Jul 2012).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League18 matches (17 May 1972 to 20 May 1973).
    • Away in Croatia Prva HNL5 matches (6 Apr 2014 to 27 Jul 2014).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup6 matches (1 Jul 1934 to 26 Nov 1950).
    • Away in Croatia Croatian Cup1 match.
    • Away in European Union European competitions – 5 matches (3 times).

Draws[edit]

  • Longest drawing streak:
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League4 matches (5 times).
    • In Croatia Prva HNL4 matches (7 Mar 1993 to 28 Mar 1993).
    • In Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup2 matches (5 times).
    • In Croatia Croatian Cup3 matches (30 Mar 1994 to 27 Apr 1994).
    • In European Union European competitions – 3 matches (26 Nov 1969 to 10 Apr 1970; 2 Aug 2000 to 8 Aug 2001).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League3 matches (27 Aug 1950 to 24 Sep 1950; 13 Sep 1986 to 18 Oct 1986).
    • Home in Croatia Prva HNL4 matches (9 Nov 1992 to 28 Mar 1993).
    • Home in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup2 matches (15 Jan 1939 to 22 Jan 1939; 9 Aug 1989 to 8 Nov 1989).
    • Home in Croatia Croatian Cup2 matches (14 May 2008 to 4 Mar 2009).
    • Home in European Union European competitions – 2 matches (3 times).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League5 matches (25 Aug 1968 to 17 Nov 1968; 5 Oct 1983 to 29 Feb 1984).
    • Away in Croatia Prva HNL4 matches (22 Jul 2007 to 2 Sep 2007).
    • Away in Kingdom of Yugoslavia Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Cup2 matches (20 Aug 1987 to 10 Aug 1988).
    • Away in Croatia Croatian Cup3 matches (8 Nov 1994 to 19 Apr 1995).
    • Away in European Union European competitions – 2 matches (5 times).

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr

Opponents and familiarity[edit]

Records and statistics against major rivals[edit]

As of 24 June 2017

v. Dinamo Zagreb[edit]

Competition Played Hajduk wins Draws Dinamo wins Hajduk goals Dinamo goals
1946 Croatian First League
League 2
2
0
0
6
2
Yugoslav championship (1946–1991)
League 90
31
26
33
121
123
Yugoslav Cup 11
3
2
6
11
19
Yugoslavia totals 101
34
28
39
132
142
Croatian championship (1992–present)
Prva HNL 79
23
20
36
81
110
Croatian Cup 20
6
3
11
18
31
Supercup 8
2
3
3
8
11
Croatia totals 107
31
26
50
107
152
By competition
League 171
56
46
69
208
235
League (home) 85
38
23
24
126
100
League (away) 86
18
23
45
82
135
Cup 39
11
8
20
37
61
Cup (home) 15
8
4
3
19
11
Cup (away) 19
1
3
15
11
39
Cup (neutral) 5
2
1
2
7
11
TOTALS
All Time 210
67
54
89
245
296
  • Biggest wins and defeats:
  • Longest winning streak:
    • Overall – 6 matches (29 May 1960 to 18 March 1962).
    • Home – 6 matches (18 September 1993 to 28 April 1996).
    • Away – 3 matches (3 March 1974 to 7 September 1975).
  • Longest losing streak:
    • Overall – 6 matches (4 December 2013 to 22 November 2014).[n 5]
    • Home – 3 matches (18 December 2013 to 31 August 2014).
    • Away – 6 matches (1995–99, 2006–08).
  • Longest unbeaten streak:
    • Overall – 7 matches (1966–69, 1974–76).
    • Home – 14 matches (15 October 1950 to 2 December 1962).
    • Away – 4 matches (12 December 1964 to 12 October 1969).
  • Longest streak without a win:
    • Overall – 13 matches (14 September 2013 to 20 March 2016).
    • Home – 6 matches (14 September 2013 to 20 March 2016).
    • Away – 18 matches (21 September 2008 to 22 April 2017).
  • Longest drawing streak:
    • Overall – 3 matches (1982–83; 1999–2000).
    • Home – 2 matches (7 times).
    • Away – 4 matches (12 Dec 1965 to 20 Oct 1968).

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr

v. HNK Rijeka[edit]

Competition Played Hajduk wins Draws Rijeka wins Hajduk goals Rijeka goals
Yugoslav championship (1946–1991)
League 58
24
23
11
90
61
Yugoslav Cup 5
1
2
2
5
6
Yugoslavia totals 63
25
25
13
95
67
Croatian championship (1992–present)
Prva HNL 73
29
19
25
101
93
Croatian Cup 8
0
5
3
6
9
Supercup 1
1
0
0
1
0
Croatia totals 82
30
24
28
108
102
By competition
League 131
53
42
36
191
154
League (home) 65
37
17
11
126
65
League (away) 66
16
25
25
65
89
Cup 14
2
7
5
12
15
Cup (home) 6
1
3
2
5
8
Cup (away) 6
1
2
3
5
5
Cup (neutral) 2
0
2
0
2
2
TOTALS
All time 145
55
49
41
203
169
  • Biggest wins and defeats:
  • Longest winning streak:
    • Overall – 10 matches (26 November 2000 to 12 March 2005).
    • Home – 7 matches (23 November 1999 to 9 April 2005).
    • Away – 4 matches (28 November 2001 to 12 March 2005).
  • Longest losing streak:
    • Overall – 5 matches (1 November 2015 to 5 November 2016).
    • Home – 4 matches (18 April 2015 to 11 March 2017).
    • Away – 3 matches (2008–09, 2014–15, to 27 February 2016 to current).
  • Longest unbeaten streak:
    • Overall – 12 matches (3 November 1979 to 9 March 1986).
    • Home – 18 matches (26 February 1978 to 12 December 1993).
    • Away – 6 matches (30 July 1989 to 8 June 1994).
  • Longest streak without a win:
    • Overall – 19 matches (21 March 2012 to current).
    • Home – 10 matches (7 August 2011 to current).
    • Away – 14 matches (4 April 1976 to 10 October 1990).
  • Longest drawing streak:
    • Overall – 3 matches (1983–84; 2013).
    • Home – 4 matches (2 December 2012 to 5 October 2014).
    • Away – 5 matches (10 June 1981 to 18 November 1984).

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr

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
2016–17 8,340 Decrease

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
2016–17 Europa League Split Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 2–1 (3–3 Agg.) 3–4

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

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  1. ^ During the 1940–41 season Ratko Kacijan scored 10 goals in Croatian Football Cup played before Yugoslav Cup was reestablished.[1]
  2. ^ First loss came while playing a home game against Dynamo Moscow in Osijek. Hajduk held a 14 games winning streak in Split from 9 Dec 1981 to 22 Oct 1986.[5]
  3. ^ Hajduk held a 21 matches unbeaten streak in Split from 9 Dec 1981 to 7 Dec 1994, although losing games against Dynamo Moscow in 1984 while playing home in Osijek, and Olympique Marseille in 1987 after the game was later awarded 0-3 due to crowd trouble.[6]
  4. ^ Hajduk held another 4 matches losing streak from 14 Apr 2012 to 12 May 2012, interrupted by awarded 3-0 win against Varaždin, which was suspended at the time.[7]
  5. ^ During the streak one of the matches was abandoned and later awarded 3–0 to Dinamo due to Hajduk players reluctance to enter the stadium.[8]
  1. ^ "1940–41 Croatian Football Cup". Hajduk.hr. Retrieved 26 July 2016. 
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  4. ^ HRnogomet.com
  5. ^ "Hajduk-Dynamo Moscow report". Worldfootball.net. Retrieved 24 July 2016. 
  6. ^ Alfirević, Slaven (10 October 2010). "Torcida protiv Zenita polaže europski ispit". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). Retrieved 20 October 2010. 
  7. ^ Petrović, Davor (30 March 2012). "Varaždin izbačen iz Prve HNL". Novilist.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 25 July 2016. 
  8. ^ "Dinamo-Hajduk abandoned match". Hrnogomet.com (in Croatian). 10 October 2010. Retrieved 26 July 2016.