Hajduk split

hajduk split

What does Hajduk Split mean?

Hrvatski nogometni klub Hajduk Split, commonly referred to as Hajduk Split ( Croatian pronunciation: [xǎjduːk splît]) or simply Hajduk, is a Croatian professional football club based in Split, that competes in the Croatian First League, the top tier in Croatian football. Since 1979, the clubs home ground has been the 34,198-seater Stadion Poljud.

What is theheart of HajdukPrize?

The Heart of Hajduk (Croatian: Hajdučko srce) is an annual football prize which was established in 1994 and is officially awarded by the Hajduk Split supporters to the teams best performing player during the season.

Who are Hajduk Zagrebs rivals?

Today, Hajduks biggest rivals are Dinamo Zagreb, as the matches between the two teams are referred to as Eternal Derby. Former major rivalries used to include Serbian clubs Red Star and Partizan who along with Hajduk and Dinamo were part of the so-called Yugoslav Big Four, the biggest and most successful clubs in the former Yugoslavia.

What happened to Hajduk Brbić?

On 1 April 2015, Brbić was sacked by the clubs supervisory board and on 18 May replaced by Ivan Kos. Notable successes include 2–0 away win over Internazionale and winning the 2012–13 Croatian Cup. By the end of 2016, the club numbered 43.339 members, more than any club in the region. Hajduks home ground is the Stadion Poljud.

What does HNK Hajduk Split mean?

HNK Hajduk Split. HNK Hajduk split ( Croatian: Hrvatski nogometni klub Hajduk Split, Croatian Football Club Hajduk Split ), commonly referred to as Hajduk Split ( Croatian pronunciation: [xǎjduːk splît]) or simply Hajduk, is a professional Croatian football club founded in 1911, and based in the city of Split.

Why is Hajduk Split called Torcida?

In 2011 when Hajduk Split celebrated its 100-th birthday Hajduk fans voted for the best 11 Hajduk Split players of all time. Torcida is originally Brazilian and Portuguese name for “supporters”. Split torcida founded on 28 October 1950 is known as the oldest supporters group in Europe.

What is theheart of HajdukPrize?

The Heart of Hajduk (Croatian: Hajdučko srce) is an annual football prize which was established in 1994 and is officially awarded by the Hajduk Split supporters to the teams best performing player during the season.

What is a hajduk and why is it called that?

Hajduks were romanticized bandits that fought the rule of the Ottoman Turks. It is speculated that famed hajduk Andrijica Šimić, who triumphantly arrived in Split in 1902 to cheering crowds (after a long stint in an Austrian prison), was perhaps the inspiration for the name.

Who are the rivals of Hajduk Split?

Former major rivalries used to include Serbian clubs Red Star and Partizan who along with Hajduk and Dinamo were part of the so-called Yugoslav Big Four, the biggest and most successful clubs in the former Yugoslavia. For a list of all former and current Hajduk Split players, see Category:HNK Hajduk Split players.

What is Hajduk Zagreb famous for?

The clubs golden era came in the 1970s, when they won four Yugoslav Leagues and five Yugoslav Cups. Hajduk is also the only club in Yugoslav football history that has won five-straight Yugoslav Cups (between 1972 and 1977), and also the only unbeaten champion (season 1950 ).

Who won the 1955 Hajduk vs Dinamo Zagreb?

On 3 April 1955 in Zagreb, Hajduk defeated Dinamo 6–0, recording its biggest win in the derby between the two largest Croatian clubs, and later won the championship. However, the Football Association of Yugoslavia qualified them to the European Mitropa Cup, while Partizan was chosen to participate in the inaugural European Cup.

What does HNK Hajduk Split mean?

HNK Hajduk Split. HNK Hajduk split ( Croatian: Hrvatski nogometni klub Hajduk Split, Croatian Football Club Hajduk Split ), commonly referred to as Hajduk Split ( Croatian pronunciation: [xǎjduːk splît]) or simply Hajduk, is a professional Croatian football club founded in 1911, and based in the city of Split.

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