League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Dinamo Zagreb3326439134+57827,165Luka Modrić - 13Georg Koch→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Slaven Belupo33166114529+16541,829Stjepan Poljak - 8Vanja Iveša→ UEFA Cup via league finish
3Osijek33166114334+9542,518Vedran Nikšić - 8Marin Skender
4Rijeka33141185341+12533,294Radomir Đalović - 18Dragan Žilić→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 1
5Hajduk Split33141095741+16525,088Nikola Kalinić - 17Vladimir Balić→ UEFA Cup via cup loss 2
6NK Zagreb331111115140+11441,394Krunoslav Lovrek - 14Dragan Stojkić
7Varteks33117154653-7402,406Miljenko Mumlek - 9Danijel Mađarić
8Cibalia33117154048-8401,906Zeljko Malcic - 12Davor Burcsa
9Zadar33117154961-12403,288Želimir Terkeš - 21Danijel Subašić
10Šibenik33912123452-18392,375Frane Vitaić, Ermin Zec - 8Hrvoje Slavica
11Inter Zaprešić3389162759-32331,244Davor Kukec - 6Tomislav Vranjić→ Croatian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
12Međimurje3336243781-44151,288Edin Šaranović - 7Ivan BanovićRelegated

Croatian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

Inter Zaprešić won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in 1. HNL.
Dragovoljac remained in 2. HNL.

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