HNK Rijeka Academy
|Full name||Hrvatski nogometni klub Rijeka II|
|Founded||4 June 2014|
|Dissolved||28 May 2016|
|2015–16||Treća HNL West, 10th|
HNK Rijeka Academy is the youth academy of HNK Rijeka. There are a total of eleven age categories within the academy, the oldest being the Juniori (under-19) and youngest the Morčići (under-8). Rijeka's football academy was officially founded in 1972. More than 400 youth footballers attend the academy.
HNK Rijeka's youth academy are based at the newly built training camp, located in the Rujevica neighbourhood, 4km northwest of the city centre. Officially opened in August 2015 at a cost of €24 million, the training centre was financed by the owners of HNK Rijeka. In addition to four fields that are mainly used by the club's youth teams, the facility also houses Stadion Rujevica, the first team's temporary home ground during construction of new Kantrida.
Rijeka U19 compete in the Croatian Academy Football League (Juniori).
- As of 31 August 2017
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Reserve team (2014–16)
HNK Rijeka II were HNK Rijeka's reserve team for two consecutive seasons. Rijeka II were formed in June 2014 and initially replaced the club's U19 team. For two seasons, Rijeka II competed in Croatia’s 3. HNL. Following the end of the 2015–16 Croatian Third Football League, in May 2016, the club leadership decided to disband the reserve team.
|2014–15||3. HNL West||30||19||5||6||51||21||62||2nd||Filip Dangubić||16|
|2015–16||3. HNL West||30||13||3||14||43||49||42||10th||Dario Vizinger||7|
- P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points won; Pos = Final position.
- As of 3 October 2017
- Director: Edo Flego
- Assistant director: Renato Pilipović
- Administrative director: Ranko Buketa
- First-team liaison officer: Vjekoslav Miletić
- Head of goalkeeping: Ðoni Tafra
- Goalkeeping coaches: Marijan Jantoljak, Velimir Radman
- Doctors: Andrej Zec
- Physiotherapists: Bruno Greblički, Dejan Mijuk, Denis Miškulin
- Fitness coaches: Aris Naglić, Hrvoje Josipović
- Kit manager: Josip Jeseničnik, Denis Miškulin
- U19 manager: Renato Pilipović
- U19 assistant manager: Mijo Dadić
- U17 manager: Goran Vincetić
- U17 assistant manager: Đulio Staver
- U15 manager: Fausto Budicin
- U15 assistant manager: Vanja Petrović
- U14 manager: Dario Dabac
- U13 manager: Zdravko Šimić
- U12 manager: Zvjezdan Radin
- U11 manager: Boris Milanović
- U10 manager: Amir Hadžibeganović
- U9 manager: Kristijan Čaval
- U8 manager: Stipe Kardum
- Croatian Championship U19 (5): 1981, 1987, 1992, 1996, 2014 
- Croatian Championship U17 (1): 1990
- Yugoslav Cup U18 (1): 1982 
- Croatian Cup U19 (6): 1982, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1997, 2007
- Croatian Cup U17 (2): 1989, 1994
- Kvarnerska Rivijera U19/U17 (Rijeka, Croatia) (20): 1957, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1973, 1975, 1987, 1989, 1992–93, 1996, 2001, 2006, 2009–12, 2014, 2016–17 
- Bellinzona U18 (Bellinzona, Switzerland) (3): 1955, 1956, 1965 
- Future Talents Cup U17 (Budapest, Hungary) (1): 2016 
- Football Friends Foča U17 (Foča, Bosnia and Herzegovina) (2): 2016, 2017
- Karol Wojtyła Cup U19 (Province of Rome, Italy) (1): 2017 
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- Prva HNL
- Torneo Bellinzona
- Future Talents Cup
- HNK Rijeka