List of HNK Rijeka records and statistics

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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 unofficial 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 article lists various records and statistics related to the club and individual players and managers.

All records and statistics accurate as of 25 April 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 Yugoslav First League[edit]

  • Most used substitute
    • 44, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Valdi Šumberac (1986–91)
  • Most used substitute (one season)
  • Appearances in most seasons

Most appearances[edit]

As of 14 May 2016 (includes only Yugoslav First League and Croatian First Football League matches):

Name Period Games
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Srećko Juričić 1974–85 293
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Damir Desnica 1972–84 251
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zvjezdan Radin 1974–85 247
4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miloš Hrstić 1975–84 230
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Lukarić 1958–69
1971–72
202
6 Croatia Kristijan Čaval 1998–05
2010–13
196
= Croatia Damir Milinović 1994–2000
2001
2003–04
196
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Marijan Jantoljak 1960–71 190
9 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mauro Ravnić 1978–88 186
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Robert Rubčić 1982–84
1985–94
1995–96
184
11 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Mladen Romić 1988–94
1995–98
180
12 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milan Ružić 1976–83 176
= Croatia Ðoni Tafra 1996–03 176
14 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Anđelo Milevoj 1963–70 174
15 Croatia Roberto Paliska 1984–91
1994–96
172
16 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sergio Machin 1970–82 166
17 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Adriano Fegic 1977–85 161
18 Croatia Dragan Tadić 1992–95
2003–07
158
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladen Vranković 1960–68 158
20 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Mladen Mladenović 1981–89
1993–94
1997–98
156
= Croatia Dalibor Višković 1995–02 156
22 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velimir Naumović 1956–65 155
23 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nikica Milenković 1978–87 154
24 Croatia Mladen Ivančić 1993–99
2001–03
153
25 Croatia Dario Knežević 2002–06
2012–15
148
26 Bosnia and Herzegovina Admir Hasančić 1995–2000 147
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Daniel Šarić 1990–93
2003–07
147
28 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Nenad Gračan 1980–86
1995–96
146
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Mladen Žganjer 1989–97 146
30 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nedeljko Vukoje 1961–69 143

Goals[edit]

Other goalscoring records in Croatian First Football League[edit]

Other goalscoring records in Yugoslav First League[edit]

Other goalscoring records in UEFA competitions[edit]

Landmarks[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 25 April 2017 (includes only Yugoslav First League and Croatian First Football League matches):

Name Period Goals
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milan Radović 1976–81 56
2 Croatia Ahmad Sharbini 2003–07
2008–09
54
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Damir Desnica 1974–85 54
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina Admir Hasančić 1994–01 46
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Mladen Mladenović 1981–89
1993–94
1998
43
6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boško Bursać 1964–72 41
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Lukarić 1958–69
1971–72
40
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miodrag Kustudić 1974–78
1982–83
39
= Croatia Anas Sharbini 2005–10
2013–15
39
10 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bruno Veselica 1954–64 38
11 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Janko Janković 1985–88 37
= Croatia Andrej Kramarić 2013–14 37
13 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Adriano Fegic 1977–85 36
14 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Edmond Tomić 1978–84 35
15 Croatia Leon Benko 2012–14 34
16 Montenegro Radomir Đalović 2007–08
2009–11
33
17 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Nenad Gračan 1980–86
1995–96
32
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nedeljko Vukoje 1961–70 32
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina Senad Brkić 1994–98 31
20 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Tonči Gulin 1963–67 30
21 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Danko Matrljan 1982–88 25
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nebojša Malbaša 1981–86 25
23 Croatia Sandro Klić 1999–2004 23
24 Slovenia Roman Bezjak 2015–16
2017–
22
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivan Medle 1958–63 22
= Croatia Natko Rački 2001–03 22
27 Croatia Boško Balaban 1996–2000 21
28 Croatia Damir Kreilach 2008–13 19
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velimir Naumović 1956–65 19
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Andrija Perčić 1964–69 19
= Hungary Barnabás Sztipánovics 1998–2000 19
= Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Croatia Zoran Škerjanc 1982–88
1992
19

Assists[edit]

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

Goalkeeping[edit]

Disciplinary[edit]

International[edit]

Homegrown players with most appearances in national team[edit]

# Name Career Apps
1 Croatia Boško Balaban 2000–07 35
2 Croatia Daniel Šarić 1997–2002 30
3 Croatia Mario Tokić 1998–2006 28
4 Croatia Mladen Mladenović 1990–96 19
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Radaković 1961–64 19
6 Croatia Jasmin Agić 1999–2004 14
7 Croatia Dario Knežević 2006–09 13
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Marijan Brnčić 1962–67 10
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nenad Gračan 1984–86 10
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miloš Hrstić 1979–82 10
11 Croatia Elvis Brajković 1994–96 8
12 Croatia Igor Budan 2007–08 6
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Lukarić 1961–65 6
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mauro Ravnić 1986–87 6

Managerial[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
2004–05 Croatia Tomislav Erceg 17
2012–13 Croatia Leon Benko 18
2014–15 Croatia Andrej Kramarić 21

Croatian Football Cup top goalscorers

Season Name Goals
2004–05 Croatia Tomislav Erceg 7
2013–14 Croatia Andrej Kramarić 10
2015–16 Croatia Marin Tomasov 5

Most 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
2015–16 Croatia Marin Tomasov 12

Sportske novosti Yellow Shirt award

Prva HNL Player of the Year (Tportal)

Club records and statistics[edit]

As of 25 April 2017.

Competition appearances[edit]

Final position[edit]

League records and statistics[edit]

  • In Croatian First Football League:[2]
    • Matches played: 829 (ranked 1st).[3]
    • Wins: 360 (ranked 3rd).
    • Draws: 232 (ranked 1st).
    • Defeats: 237 (ranked 8th).
    • Goals scored: 1197 (ranked 3rd).
    • Goals conceded: 930 (ranked 4th).
    • Foreign players: 90 (ranked 1st).[4]
  • In Yugoslav First League:[5]
    • 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 and scorelines[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Lasts[edit]

Landmarks[edit]

Biggest wins[edit]

Biggest defeats[edit]

Highest scoring draws[edit]

Records and statistics by season[edit]

Points[edit]

First division (Yugoslav First League and Croatian First Football League) only.

Matches[edit]

Wins[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Draws[edit]

Goals[edit]

Goal difference[edit]

Disciplinary[edit]

Croatian First Football League only.

  • Yellow cards:
    • Most (total): 90 in 36 matches (2015–16).
    • Fewest (total): 29 in 22 matches (1992).
    • Most (average per match): 2.719 (1998–99).
    • Fewest (average per match): 1.318 (1992).
  • Red cards:
    • Most (total): 10 in 32 matches (2000–01).
    • Fewest (total): 0 in 32 matches (2004–05).
    • Most (average per match): 0.313 (2000–01).
    • Fewest (average per match): 0.000 (2004–05).

Sequences and runs[edit]

Currently active sequences are in bold/italics.

Goals[edit]

Wins[edit]

  • Longest winning streak:
    • In Yugoslav First League: 5 matches (28 May 1989 to 20 Aug 1989).
      • Home: 11 matches (13 Sep 1964 to 29 Aug 1965).
      • Away: 2 matches (3 times).
    • In Croatian First Football League: 10 matches (31 Oct 1998 to 7 Mar 1999).
      • Home: 14 matches (9 Nov 2008 to 12 Sep 2009).
      • Away: 4 matches (3 times).
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 6 matches (7 Sep 1977 to 8 Nov 1978).
      • Home: 4 matches (13 Oct 1976 to 8 Nov 1978).
      • Away: 4 matches (24 Oct 1977 to 24 May 1979).
    • In Croatian Cup: 8 matches (2 times).
      • Home: 7 matches (12 Apr 2005 to 13 Mar 2007).
      • Away: 5 matches (26 Mar 2014 to 8 Apr 2015).
    • In UEFA competitions: 6 matches (17 Jul 2014 to 18 Sep 2014).
      • Home: 3 matches (3 times).
      • Away: 3 matches (24 Jul 2014 to 28 Aug 2014).
  • Longest winning streak (all official matches):
    • Seasons in top flight: 16 matches, including 8 league, 5 European and 3 domestic cup matches (2 May 2014 to 24 Aug 2014).
      • Home: 16 matches (1 Mar 2014 to 21 Sep 2014).
      • Away: 7 matches (7 May 2014 to 24 Aug 2014).
  • Longest winning streak (one or two-legged knock-out ties):
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 10 ties (7 Sep 1977 to 24 May 1979).
    • In Croatian Cup: 13 ties (22 Sep 2004 to 29 Nov 2006).
    • In UEFA competitions: 6 ties (18 Jul 2013 to 28 Aug 2014).
    • In all knock-out competitions: 16 ties (18 Jul 2013 to 4 Mar 2015).

Unbeaten[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run:
    • In Yugoslav First League: 13 matches (20 Oct 1985 to 27 Apr 1986).
      • Home: 43 matches (20 Nov 1982 to 23 Jun 1985).
      • Away: 6 matches (18 Mar 1984 to 9 Aug 1984).
    • In Croatian First Football League: 43 matches (21 Feb 2016 to present).
      • Home: 47 matches (21 Sep 2014 to present).
      • Away: 21 matches (21 Feb 2016 to present).
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 14 matches (1 Dec 1976 to 7 Nov 1981).
      • Home: 8 matches (13 Oct 1976 to 27 Apr 1983).
      • Away: 7 matches (26 Oct 1977 to 7 Nov 1981).
    • In Croatian Cup: 16 matches (7 Apr 2004 to 3 May 2006).
      • Home: 15 matches (7 Dec 2001 to 24 Nov 2010).
      • Away: 7 matches (7 Apr 2004 to 3 May 2006).
    • In UEFA competitions: 9 matches (7 Nov 2013 to 18 Sep 2014).
      • Home: 12 matches (18 Jul 2013 to 16 Jul 2015).
      • Away: 4 matches (12 Dec 2013 to 18 Sep 2014).
  • Longest unbeaten run (all official matches):
    • Seasons in top flight: 44 matches (5 Apr 2016 to present).
      • Home: 36 matches (16 Jul 2015 to present).
      • Away: 23 matches (5 Apr 2016 to present).
    • Seasons in lower divisions: 32 matches (31 Aug 1969 to 6 Sep 1970).
      • Home: 39 matches (25 Mar 1973 to 19 Jun 1975).
      • Away: 26 matches (24 Aug 1969 to 17 Mar 1971).

Winless[edit]

  • Longest streak without a win:
    • In Yugoslav First League: 10 matches in 1959, 1961–62 and 1978–79.
      • Home: 6 matches (15 Oct 1961 to 26 Aug 1962).
      • Away: 30 matches (30 Oct 1968 to 13 Sep 1975).
    • In Croatian First Football League: 9 matches (21 Sep 2002 to 22 Feb 2003).
      • Home: 7 matches (20 Sep 1995 to 17 Mar 1996).
      • Away: 22 matches (14 Apr 2002 to 25 Oct 2003).
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 4 matches in 1961–65 and 1987–89.
      • Home: 2 matches (2 times).
      • Away: 11 matches (2 Dec 1959 to 26 Oct 1977).
    • In Croatian Cup: 4 matches in 2001–03.
      • Home: 4 matches (25 Oct 1996 to 29 Oct 2003).
      • Away: 4 matches (31 Aug 1993 to 7 Sep 1994).
    • In UEFA competitions: 7 matches in 2013–14.
      • Home: 3 matches (22 Aug 2013 to 17 Jul 2014).
      • Away: 9 matches (27 Sep 1978 to 24 Aug 2000).

Defeats[edit]

  • Longest losing streak:
    • In Yugoslav First League: 6 matches in 1959 and 1968.
      • Home: 4 matches (14 Jun 1959 to 6 Dec 1959).
      • Away: 8 matches (3 times).
    • In Croatian First Football League: 7 matches (28 Sep 2002 to 16 Nov 2002).
      • Home: 3 matches (2 times).
      • Away: 8 matches (14 Apr 2002 to 9 Nov 2002).
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 4 matches in 1962–66.
      • Home: 2 matches (8 Apr 1959 to 27 Feb 1966).
      • Away: 11 matches (2 Dec 1959 to 26 Oct 1977).
    • In Croatian Cup: 3 matches (2 times).
      • Home: 4 matches (20 Mar 1996 to 7 Dec 2001).
      • Away: 2 matches (3 times).
    • In UEFA competitions: 2 matches (7 times).
      • Home: 2 matches (17 Sep 1986 to 4 Aug 1999).
      • Away: 7 matches (30 Jun 2002 to 6 Aug 2009).

Draws[edit]

  • Longest drawing streak:
    • In Yugoslav First League: 5 matches (1 Nov 1987 to 6 Dec 1987).
      • Home: 4 matches (2 times).
      • Away: 5 matches (20 Oct 1985 to 27 Apr 1986).
    • In Croatian First Football League: 4 matches (5 times).
      • Home: 4 matches (2 times).
      • Away: 5 matches (2 times).
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 2 matches in 1979–80 and 1986–87.
      • Home: 1 match (4 times).
      • Away: 3 matches (2 times).
    • In Croatian Cup: 3 matches in 2008.
      • Home: 2 matches (13 Mar 2007 to 12 Nov 2008).
      • Away: 2 matches (29 Oct 2008 to 26 Nov 2008).
    • In UEFA competitions: 3 matches in 2013 and 2015–present.
      • Home: 3 matches (3 Oct 2013 to 28 Nov 2013).
      • Away: 2 matches (8 Aug 2013 to 29 Aug 2013; 23 Jul 2015 to present).
  • Longest streak without a draw:
    • In Yugoslav First League: 15 matches (20 Apr 1988 to 2 Oct 1988).
      • Home: 11 matches (13 Sep 1964 to 29 Aug 1965).
      • Away: 16 matches (20 May 1979 to 5 Jun 1980).
    • In Croatian First Football League: 23 matches (16 Aug 1998 to 2 May 1999).
      • Home: 16 matches (21 Sep 2008 to 12 Sep 2009).
      • Away: 25 matches (21 May 2005 to 24 Feb 2007).
    • In Yugoslav Cup: 16 matches in 1952–67.
      • Home: 9 matches (16 May 1979 to 19 Nov 1986).
      • Away: 21 matches (11 Nov 1951 to 24 May 1979).
    • In Croatian Cup: 24 matches (26 Nov 2008 to 22 Apr 2015).
      • Home: 14 matches (15 Jun 1994 to 8 Mar 2005).
      • Away: 23 matches (26 Nov 2008 to present).
    • In UEFA competitions: 8 matches (21 Jun 2008 to 8 Aug 2013).
      • Home: 9 matches (5 Mar 1980 to 13 Jul 2006).
      • Away: 8 matches (14 Sep 2000 to 8 Aug 2013).

Opponents and familiarity[edit]

Records and statistics against major rivals[edit]

As of 8 April 2017.

v. Hajduk Split[edit]

Further information: Adriatic derby
Competition Played Rijeka wins Draws Hajduk wins Rijeka goals Hajduk goals
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 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
Croatia Croatian championship (1992–present)
Prva HNL 72 24 19 29 91 101
Croatian Cup 8 3 5 0 9 6
Supercup 1 0 0 1 0 1
Croatia totals 81 27 24 30 100 108
TOTALS
League 130 35 42 53 152 191
League (H) 65 24 25 16 87 65
League (A) 65 11 17 37 65 126
Cup 13 5 7 1 15 11
ALL TIME 144 40 49 55 167 203

v. Dinamo Zagreb[edit]

Further information: Dinamo–Rijeka derby
Competition Played Rijeka wins Draws Dinamo wins Rijeka goals Dinamo goals
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 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
Croatia Croatian championship (1992–present)
Prva HNL 70 14 16 40 60 133
Croatian Cup 14 5 2 7 14 17
Supercup 2 1 0 1 3 5
Croatia totals 86 20 18 48 77 155
TOTALS
League 128 30 32 66 121 229
League (H) 63 24 22 17 82 68
League (A) 65 6 10 49 39 161
Cup 16 5 2 9 16 25
ALL TIME 146 36 34 76 140 259

Average home league attendance record[edit]

Season Attendance Change
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslav First League
1958–59 13,700 Steady
1959–60 10,909 Decrease
1960–61 11,200 Increase
1961–62 10,400 Decrease
1962–63 9,923 Decrease
1963–64 9,154 Decrease
1964–65 9,285 Increase
1965–66 6,400 Decrease
1966–67 5,933 Decrease
1967–68 6,100 Increase
1968–69 4,794 Decrease
1974–75 10,941 Increase
1975–76 9,176 Decrease
1976–77 6,088 Decrease
1977–78 5,676 Decrease
1978–79 6,765 Increase
1979–80 5,353 Decrease
1980–81 5,059 Decrease
1981–82 4,588 Decrease
1982–83 5,059 Increase
1983–84 6,471 Increase
1984–85 5,706 Decrease
1985–86 5,588 Decrease
1986–87 6,382 Increase
1987–88 4,445 Decrease
1988–89 2,805 Decrease
1989–90 2,555 Decrease
1990–91 1,484 Decrease
Season Attendance Change
Croatia Croatian First League
1992 1,664 Increase
1992–93 2,220 Increase
1993–94 1,547 Decrease
1994–95 1,453 Decrease
1995–96 2,350 Increase
1996–97 3,333 Increase
1997–98 2,619 Decrease
1998–99 8,500 Increase
1999–00 3,041 Decrease
2000–01 1,900 Decrease
2001–02 2,620 Increase
2002–03 2,763 Increase
2003–04 2,813 Increase
2004–05 3,813 Increase
2005–06 4,250 Increase
2006–07 2,019 Decrease
2007–08 3,106 Increase
2008–09 2,429 Decrease
2009–10 2,087 Decrease
2010–11 2,413 Increase
2011–12 2,450 Increase
2012–13 4,059 Increase
2013–14 5,500 Increase
2014–15 5,244 Decrease
2015–16 4,047 Decrease
2016–17 4,559 Increase

Source: hrnogomet.com

Penalty shoot-out history[edit]

Season Competition Location Opponent Result
Full-time Shoot-out
1952 Cup Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Proleter Osijek 0–0 4–3
1966–67 Cup Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star 1–1 4–5
1969–70 1. Div qual. Crvenka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvenka 2–2 (2–2 agg.) 5–6
1970–71 1. Div qual. Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Osijek 0–0 (0–0 agg.) 5–6
1978–79 Cup Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Istra 0–0 4–3
1979–80 Cup Sarajevo Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo 1–1 2–4
1980–81 Cup Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 2–2 2–4
1983–84 Cup Vitez Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vitez 0–0 6–5
1984–85 Cup Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 0–0 3–4
1986–87 Cup Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Željezničar 0–0 (0–0 agg.) 4–2
Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 1–1 8–9
1988–89 1. Div 1 Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Spartak 0–0 5–6
Tuzla Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sloboda 0–0 4–5
Novi Sad Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vojvodina 0–0 3–4
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 1–1 3–4
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 0–0 1–3
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radnički Niš 0–0 4–5
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo 0–0 2–3
1989–90 1. Div 1 Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost 0–0 5–4
Zagreb Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1–1 3–4
Skopje Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vardar 0–0 5–4
Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 1–1 6–5
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Olimpija 0–0 3–2
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1–1 4–1
1990–91 Cup Zadar Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zadar 0–0 4–2
1. Div 1 Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 0–0 3–1
Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 1–1 6–5
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star 0–0 1–3
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Željezničar 1–1 1–4
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borac 0–0 9–10
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zemun 0–0 1–3
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 0–0 1–3
Rijeka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rad 0–0 6–5
Novi Sad Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vojvodina 1–1 2–4
Banja Luka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borac 0–0 3–4
1992 Cup Zagreb Croatia HAŠK Građanski 1–2 (3–3 agg.) 1–3
1994–95 Cup Rijeka Croatia Osijek 1–0 (1–1 agg.) 2–4
2001–02 Cup Zagreb Croatia H. Dragovoljac 1–1 5–4
2006–07 Cup Zagreb Croatia H. Dragovoljac 0–0 5–3
2008–09 Cup Zadar Croatia Zadar 2–2 5–4
Zagreb Croatia NK Zagreb 2–2 (4–4 agg.) 2–4
2013–14 Cup Osijek Croatia Osijek 0–1 (1–1 agg.) 4–2

1 For three consecutive seasons (from 1988–89 to 1990–91), if a league fixture ended in a draw, penalty shoot-outs were used to determine which side will be awarded one point (the losing side did not get a point).
Sources: List of HNK Rijeka seasons, Glasilo Hrvatskog nogometnog saveza

Bibliography[edit]

  • Croatian Football Statistics (www.hrnogomet.com) (Croatian)
  • Football in the former Yugoslavia (www.exyufudbal.in.rs) (Serbian)
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References[edit]

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