CROATIA

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

CRO01 - GNK DINAMO ZAGREB (NK Dinamo Zagreb) (NK Croatia Zagreb) (YUG04)

1945 NK Dinamo (Amatera Slaven + Metalac + Sparta), 1991 NK HASK-Gradjanski, 1993 NK Croatia, 2000 NK Dinamo, 2011 GNK (Građanski Nogometni Klub) Dinamo (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Maksimir; colours: blue.

 

CRO02 - HNK HAJDUK SPLIT (YUG06)

 

1911 NK Hajduk, 1992 Hrvatski Nogometni Klub Hajduk (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Poljud; colours: white-blue.

 

CRO03 - NK OSIJEK

 

1945 NK Udarnik, 1946 NK Slavonija, 1947 NK Proleter, 1961 SD Slavonija, 1967 NK Osijek (+ SK Slavija) (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Gradski vrt;  colours: white-blue.

 

CRO04 – NK VARAŽDIN  (NK Varteks)

 

1931 NK Slavija, 1941 dissolved, 1945 re-formed as NK Tekstilac, 1958 NK Varteks, 2010 NK Varaždin, 2015 dissolved (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); ground: Stadion Ađelko Herjevec; colours: blue-white.

 

CRO05 - NK ZAGREB  (YUG21)

 

1921 NK Borac, 1952 NK Zagreb (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 4th level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Kranjčevićeva; colours: white-red.

 

CRO06 – HNK RIJEKA  (NK Rijeka) (YUG14)

 

1946 SK Kvarner, 1954 NK Rijeka, 2002 HNK Rijeka (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion HNK Rijeka; colours: light blue-white.

 

CRO07 – NK KAMEN INGRAD VELIKA

 

1929 NK Velika, 1946 NK Papuk, 1967 NSK Velika, 1999 NK Kamen Ingrad, 2008 dissolved (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); ground: Kamen Ingrad; colours: blue-white.

 

CRO08 – NK INTER ZAPREŠIĆ

 

1929 Jugokeramika; 1991 NK INKER (INdustrija KERamike); 2003 NK Inter (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: ŠRC Zaprešić; colours: blue-yellow.

 

CRO09 – NK SLAVEN BELUPO KOPRIVNICA

 

1907 Djaski SK, 1912 NK Slaven, 1926 dissolved, 1945 NK Slaven, 1992 NK Slaven Bilokalnik, 1994 NK Slaven Belupo (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Gradski Stadion; colours: blue.

 

CRO10 – HNK ŠIBENIK

 

1932 NK Šibenik, 1992 HNK Šibenik; (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 2nd level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Šubićevac; colours: orange-white.

 

CRO11 – HNK CIBALIA VINKOVCI

 

1919 HGŽK Cibalia (Željeznički sportski klub+ GSK Cibalia), 1925 RŠK Sloga (+RŠK Sloga), 1939 dissolved, 1946 NK Dinamo (RŠK Sloga + OFD Graničar), 1991 HNK Cibalia; (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 2nd level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Cibalia; colours: light blue-black.

 

CRO12 – RADNIČKI NK SPLIT

 

1912 AŠK Anarch, 1919 JNSK Jug, 1922 RŠK Borac, 1929 HAŠK-JSK, 1938 Dalmatia, 1941 RSD Radnicko Split društvo Sportsko, 1945 Radnički NK, 1949 SD “Vicko Krstulović”, 1952 SD Arsenal, 1953 Radnički SD, 1958 Radnički NK,  1992 NK Split, 1995 Radnički NK (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 3rd level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Park mladeži; colours: red.

 

CRO13 – NK LOKOMOTIVA ZAGREB

 

1914 ŽŠK (Željezničarski športski klub) Victoria, 1919 ŠK (Športski klub) Željezničar, 1941 HŽŠK (Hrvatski željezničarski športski klub), 1945 FD (Fizkulturno društvo) Lokomotiva, 1946 FD (Fizkulturno društvo) Crvena Lokomotiva, 1947 NK (Nogometni Klub) Lokomotiva (in the Yugoslavian League until 1991); at the 1st level in the 2019/20 season; ground: Stadion Kranjčevićeva; colours: blue-white.