Croatia Clubs

Croatia Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
GNK Dinamo ZagrebCroatian First Football LeagueM1999-20002019-20202312
HNK CibaliaM2007-20082017-201880
HNK GoricaCroatian First Football LeagueM2018-20192019-202020
HNK Hajduk SplitCroatian First Football LeagueM2007-20082019-2020140
HNK RijekaCroatian First Football LeagueM2007-20082019-2020161
HNK ŠibenikM2007-20082011-201250
NK Croatia SesveteM2008-20092009-201020
NK Hrvatski DragovoljacM2010-20112013-201420
NK Inter ZaprešićCroatian First Football LeagueM2007-20082019-2020110
NK Istra 1961Croatian First Football LeagueM2009-20102019-2020110
NK KarlovacM2009-20102011-201230
NK LokomotivaCroatian First Football LeagueM2009-20102019-2020110
NK LučkoM2011-20122011-201210
NK MeđimurjeM2007-20082009-201020
NK OsijekCroatian First Football LeagueM2007-20082019-2020130
NK RudešM2017-20182018-201920
NK Slaven BelupoCroatian First Football LeagueM2007-20082019-2020130
NK VaraždinCroatian First Football LeagueM2019-20202019-202010
NK VaraždinM2007-20082011-201250NK Varteks
NK ZadarM2007-20082014-201580
NK ZagrebM2007-20082015-201680
RNK SplitM2010-20112016-201770
ŽNK OsijekF2016-20172018-201930

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