Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2017-2018Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL10th3668223675-39261,331Ivan Galić - 7Ivan BrkićRelegated
2016-2017Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL9th3649232679-53211,739Frane Vitaić - 7Mladen Matković→ Croatian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
2012-2013Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL11th3395192944-15321,581Tomislav Mazalović - 7Mladen MatkovićRelegated
2011-2012Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL5th301361135350451,680Mladen Bartolović - 8Mladen Matković
2010-2011Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL4th30128103324+9441,880Dino Kresinger - 11Mladen Matković
2009-2010Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL3rd3016954620+26572,780Dino Kresinger - 9Marijan Antolović→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2008-2009Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL8th33108153353-20382,563Zeljko Malcic - 8Davor Burcsa
2007-2008Cibaliahr CRO1. 1. HNL8th33117154048-8401,906Zeljko Malcic - 12Davor Burcsa

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