Croatian Academy Football League

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The Croatian Academy Football League is the top level of youth football in Croatia. It is contested by academy teams of First League clubs and is organised by the Croatian Football Federation.

Since its inception in 1991, and with the exception of 2014–15 when U19 league was not played, the youth league has been contested in two age categories and from 2014-15 three age categories:

  • Under-19s (Prva HNL za Juniore)
  • Under-17s (Prva HNL za Kadete)
  • Under-15s (Prva HNL za Pionire)

Past winners[edit]

By season[edit]

  The club won the senior Prva HNL and all youth level league titles in the same season.

Season Prva HNL Academy
U19 (Juniori) U17 (Kadeti) U15 (Pioniri)
1991–92
Rijeka HAŠK Građanski
1992–93
Varteks Osijek
1993–94
Osijek Osijek
1994–95
Hajduk Split Hajduk Split
1995–96
Rijeka Hajduk Split
1996–97
Hajduk Split Hajduk Split
1997–98
Hajduk Split Varteks
1998–99
Varteks Croatia Zagreb
1999–2000
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2000–01
Dinamo Zagreb Hajduk Split
2001–02
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2002–03
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2003–04
Hajduk Split Hajduk Split
2004–05
Hajduk Split Hajduk Split
2005–06
Osijek Dinamo Zagreb
2006–07
NK Zagreb NK Zagreb
2007–08
Varteks Dinamo Zagreb
2008–09
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2009–10
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2010–11
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2011–12
Hajduk Split Hajduk Split
2012–13
Osijek Dinamo Zagreb
2013–14
Rijeka Dinamo Zagreb
2014–15
Not held Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb
2015–16
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb

By titles[edit]

Under 19s[edit]

Under 17s[edit]

Under 15s[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Season Prva HNL Academy
U19 (Juniori) Goals U17 (Kadeti) Goals U15 (Pioniri) Goals
2005–06 Slavko Blagojević (Cibalia) 12 Igor Prijić (Osijek) 25
2006–07 Marko Šimić (NK Zagreb) 19 Alen Buljević (Osijek) 21
2007–08 Nikola Frljužec (Varteks) 35 Andrej Kramarić (Dinamo Zagreb) 33
2008–09 Mario Sačer (Varteks) 32 Armando Mance (Rijeka) 24
2009–10 Ivan Lendrić (Hajduk Split) 20 Marko Livaja (Hajduk Split) 20
2010–11 Armando Mance (Rijeka) 17 Tomislav Kiš (Croatia Sesvete) 27
2011–12 Tomislav Horvat (Lokomotiva) 25 Marko Kolar (Dinamo Zagreb) 38
2012–13 Dino Špehar (Dinamo Zagreb) 25 Robert Murić (Dinamo Zagreb) 21
2013–14 Ivan Prskalo (Hajduk Split) 18 Borna Miklić (Dinamo Zagreb) 23
2014–15 Not held Bruno Rihtar (Lokomotiva) 22 Jakov Blagaić (Hajduk Split) 23
2015–16 Ivor Ljubanović (Istra 1961) 16 Dario Špikić (Dinamo Zagreb) 24 Bruno Jenjić (Hajduk Split) 23

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