List of HNK Rijeka records

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HNK Rijeka is a Croatian professional association football club based in Rijeka, Croatia, that competes in Prva HNL, the top football league in the country. The club was formed in July 1946 as NK Kvarner, and played its first competitive match on 7 August 1946 against Hajduk Split, winning 2–0. The first goal for the club was scored by Rinaldo Petronio. The first official game was played in the qualifiers for the 1946–47 Yugoslav First League against Unione Sportiva Operaia (Pula), losing 2–1 in Rijeka. Kvarner later won the return leg 4–1 in Pula and qualified for the Yugoslav championship.[1]

This list encompasses the major records set by the club, their managers and their players. The individual records section includes details of the club's leading goalscorers and those who have made most appearances in first-team competitions. The source of most data is the definitive history of the club by Marinko Lazzarich.[2]

All stats accurate as of 18 December 2015.

Individual records[edit]

Current players and manager are in bold/italics.

Appearances[edit]

Other records in the Croatian First Football League[edit]

Most appearances[edit]

As of 29 May 2015 (includes only Yugoslav First League and Croatian First Football League matches):

Name Period Games
1 Srećko Juričić 1974–85 293
2 Damir Desnica 1972–84 251
3 Zvjezdan Radin 1974–85 247
4 Miloš Hrstić 1975–84 230
5 Vladimir Lukarić 1958–69
1971–72
202
6 Kristijan Čaval 1998–05
2010–13
196
6 Damir Milinović 1994–2000
2001
2003–04
196
8 Marijan Jantoljak 1960–71 190
9 Mauro Ravnić 1978–88 186
10 Robert Rubčić 1982–84
1985–94
1995–96
184
11 Mladen Romić 1988–94
1995–98
180
12 Milan Ružić 1976–83 176
12 Ðoni Tafra 1996–03 176
14 Anđelo Milevoj 1963–70 174
15 Roberto Paliska 1984–91
1994–96
172
16 Sergio Machin 1970–82 166
17 Adriano Fegic 1977–85 161
18 Dragan Tadić 1992–95
2003–07
158
18 Mladen Vranković 1960–68 158
20 Mladen Mladenović 1981–89
1993–94
1997–98
156
20 Dalibor Višković 1995–02 156

Goalscorers[edit]

Other records in the Croatian First Football League[edit]

Other records in Yugoslav First League (since 1974–75)[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 25 October 2015 (includes only Yugoslav First League and Croatian First Football League matches):

Name Period Goals
1 Milan Radović 1976–81 56
2 Ahmad Sharbini 2003–07
2008–09
54
2 Damir Desnica 1974–85 54
4 Admir Hasančić 1994–01 46
5 Mladen Mladenović 1981–89
1993–94
1998
43
6 Boško Bursać 1964–72 41
7 Vladimir Lukarić 1958–69
1971–72
40
8 Miodrag Kustudić 1974–78
1982–83
39
8 Anas Sharbini 2005–10
2013–15
39
10 Bruno Veselica 1954–64 38
11 Janko Janković 1985–88 37
11 Andrej Kramarić 2013–14 37
13 Adriano Fegic 1977–85 36
14 Edmond Tomić 1978–84 35
15 Leon Benko 2012–14 34
16 Radomir Đalović 2007–08
2009–11
33
17 Nenad Gračan 1980–86
1995–96
32
17 Nedeljko Vukoje 1961–70 32
19 Senad Brkić 1994–98 31
20 Tonči Gulin 1963–67 30
21 Danko Matrljan 1982–88 25
21 Nebojša Malbaša 1981–86 25

Assists[edit]

Data is for the Croatian First Football League (since 2007–08).

Goalkeeping[edit]

Disciplinary[edit]

International[edit]

Managerial records[edit]

Awards[edit]

Yugoslav First League top goalscorers

Season Name Goals
1980–81 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milan Radović 26

Croatian First Football League top goalscorers

Season Name Goals
2003–04 Croatia Tomislav Erceg 17
2012–13 Croatia Leon Benko 18
2014–15 Croatia Andrej Kramarić 21

Highest number of assists in the Croatian First Football League (since 2007–08)

Season Name Assists
2012–13 Croatia Josip Brezovec 10
2013–14 Croatia Anas Sharbini 9

Sportske novosti Yellow Shirt award

Prva HNL Player of the Year (Tportal)

Club records[edit]

As of 18 December 2015.

Competition appearances[edit]

Final position[edit]

League records and statistics[edit]

  • In Prva HNL:[3]
    • Most matches played: 784.[4]
    • Most draws: 221.[5]
    • Most foreign players: 80.[6]
    • Wins: 327 (ranked 3rd).
    • Defeats: 236 (ranked 7th).
    • Goals scored: 1107 (ranked 3rd).
    • Goals conceded: 906 (ranked 5th).
  • In Yugoslav First League:[7]
    • Matches played: 898 (ranked 12th).
    • Wins: 310 (ranked 12th).
    • Draws: 252 (ranked 11th).
    • Defeats: 336 (ranked 10th).
    • Goals scored: 1083 (ranked 11th).
    • Goals conceded: 1163 (ranked 11th).
    • Points: 857 (ranked 12th).

Matches[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Record wins[edit]

Record defeats[edit]

Records by season[edit]

Points[edit]

  • Most points in a season:
  • Fewest points in a season:
    • 3 pts for a win: 33 in 32 matches (2000–01, 2002–03).
    • 2 pts for a win: 10 in 20 matches (1947–48).

Matches[edit]

Wins[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Draws[edit]

Goals[edit]

Sequences[edit]

Currently active sequences are in bold/italics.

Goals[edit]

Wins[edit]

Undefeated[edit]

  • Longest sequence of matches without defeat:
  • Longest sequence of matches without defeat (all official matches):
    • Seasons in first division: 24 (23 Jul 2015 to current); home: 35 (18 May 2013 to 21 Sep 2014); away: 15 (29 May 2015 to current).
    • Seasons in lower divisions: 32 (31 Aug 1969 to 6 Sep 1970); home: 39 (25 Mar 1973 to 19 Jun 1975); away: 26 (24 Aug 1969 to 17 Mar 1971).

Winless[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Draws[edit]

Landmarks[edit]

Records against rivals[edit]

As of 1 November 2015.

v. Hajduk Split[edit]

Competition Played Rijeka wins Draws Hajduk wins Rijeka goals Hajduk goals
Yugoslav championship (1946–1991)
League 58 11 23 24 61 90
Yugoslav Cup 5 2 2 1 6 5
Yugoslavia totals 63 13 25 25 67 95
Croatian championship (1992–present)
Prva HNL 67 20 18 29 81 96
Croatian Cup 8 3 5 0 9 6
Supercup 1 0 0 1 0 1
Croatia totals 76 23 23 30 90 103
TOTALS
League 125 31 41 53 142 186
League (H) 63 22 25 16 84 64
League (A) 62 9 16 37 58 122
Cup 13 5 7 1 15 11
ALL TIME 139 36 48 55 157 198
  • Longest sequence of wins:
    • 2 (6 times).
    • Home: 3 in 2008–09 and 2014–15.
    • Away: 2 in 2015 (current).
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten matches (consecutive matches):
    • 13 in 2012–15 (current).
    • Home: 14 in 1976–90, 15 if only league fixtures are taken into account (1976–92).
    • Away: 7 in 2011–15 (current).
  • Longest sequence of matches without a win:
    • 12 in 1979–86.
    • Home: 6 in 1989–94.
    • Away: 18 in 1978–93.
  • Longest sequence of defeats:
    • 10 in 2000–05.
    • Home: 4 in 2000–05.
    • Away: 7 in 1999–2005.

v. Dinamo Zagreb[edit]

Competition Played Rijeka wins Draws Dinamo wins Rijeka goals Dinamo goals
Yugoslav championship (1946–1991)
League 58 16 16 26 61 96
Yugoslav Cup 2 0 0 2 2 8
Yugoslavia totals 60 16 16 28 63 104
Croatian championship (1992–present)
Prva HNL 65 13 13 39 53 126
Croatian Cup 14 5 2 7 14 17
Supercup 2 1 0 1 3 5
Croatia totals 81 19 15 47 70 148
TOTALS
League 123 29 29 65 114 222
League (H) 60 23 20 17 76 65
League (A) 63 6 9 48 38 157
Cup 16 5 2 9 16 25
ALL TIME 141 35 31 75 133 252
  • Longest sequence of wins:
    • 3 in 1980–81, 2014.
    • Home: 5 in 1977–80.
    • Away: 1 (7 times).
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten matches (consecutive matches):
    • 4 in 1976–79, 1979–82, 1984–87.
    • Home: 13 in 1964–83; 23 if only league fixtures are taken into account (1964–94).
    • Away: 3 in 1999–2000.
  • Longest sequence of matches without a win:
    • 11 in 1959–65.
    • Home: 5 in 1959–65.
    • Away: 20 in 1981–99.
  • Longest sequence of defeats:
    • 8 in 2006–08.
    • Home: 4 in 1961–65.
    • Away: 11 in 1991–99.

External links[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Lazzarich, Marinko (2008). Kantrida bijelih snova (in Croatian). Adamić. ISBN 978-953-219-393-0. 
  • Almanah Fudbalskog saveza Jugoslavije 1978–86 [Almanac of the Football Association of Yugoslavia 1978–86] (in Serbo-Croatian). Football Association of Yugoslavia. 1986. 
  • Almanah Yu Fudbal 1987–88 [Almanac of the Yugoslav Football 1987–88] (in Serbo-Croatian). Belgrade: Tempo. 1988. 
  • Almanah Yu Fudbal 1988–89 [Almanac of the Yugoslav Football 1988–89] (in Serbo-Croatian). Belgrade: Tempo. 1989. 
  • Almanah Yu Fudbal 1989–90 [Almanac of the Yugoslav Football 1989–90] (in Serbo-Croatian). Belgrade: Tempo. 1990. 
  • Almanah Yu Fudbal 1990–91 [Almanac of the Yugoslav Football 1990–91] (in Serbo-Croatian). Belgrade: Tempo. 1991. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lazzarich, Marinko (2008) (in Croatian). Kantrida bijelih snova. Rijeka: Adamić. ISBN 978-953-219-393-0, pp. 47-8
  2. ^ Lazzarich, Marinko (2008) (in Croatian). Kantrida bijelih snova. Rijeka: Adamić. ISBN 978-953-219-393-0.
  3. ^ HRnogomet.com
  4. ^ HRnogomet.com
  5. ^ HRnogomet.com
  6. ^ HRnogomet.com
  7. ^ RSSSF.com