HNK Hajduk Split

Full name Hrvatski nogometni klub Hajduk Split
Nickname(s) Bili (The Whites)
Majstori s mora (Masters from the Sea)
Short name Hajduk, HAJ
Founded 13 February 1911; 109 years ago
Ground Stadion Poljud
Capacity 34,198
Owner City of Split (65.92%)
Udruga “Naš Hajduk” (24.53%)
Rest (9.55%)
Manager Hari Vukas (caretaker)
League Prva HNL

Hrvatski nogometni klub Hajduk Split (English: Croatian Football Club Hajduk Split), commonly referred to as Hajduk Split (Croatian pronunciation: or simply Hajduk, is a professional Croatian football club founded in 1911, and based in the city of Split. Since 1979, the club’s home ground has been the 35,000-seat Stadion Poljud. 

Honours

  • Croatian First League
    • Winner (6): 1992, 1993–94, 1994–95, 2000–01, 2003–04, 2004–05
  • Croatian Cup
    • Winner (6): 1992–93, 1994–95, 1999–2000, 2002–03, 2009–10, 2012–13
  • Croatian Super Cup
    • Winner (5): 1992, 1993, 1994, 2004, 2005
  • Banovina of Croatia
    • Winner (1): 1940–41[44]
  • Socialist Republic of Croatia
    • Winner (2): 1945, 1946[44][48]
Yugoslav football league system
  • Yugoslav First League
    • Winner (9): 1927, 1929, 1950, 1952, 1954–55, 1970–71, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1978–79
  • Yugoslav Cup
    • Winner (9): 1966–67, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1973–74, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1983–84, 1986–87, 1990–91

Current squad

2020/2021 Team Roster
(Updated 22-01-2021)
Manager : Igor Tudor
Signed by Juventus (01-08-2020)
Manager : Hari Vukas 
Sacked (04 November 2020)
Manager : Boro Primorac
Resigned (09 January 2021)
Manager : Paolo Tramezzani
Josip Posavec (Goalkeeper)
Karlo Sentić (Goalkeeper)
Marin Ljubić (Goalkeeper)
Kristian Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
Darko Nejašmić
Leon Kreković
Stefan Simić (Czech Republic)
Marin Jakoliš
Mijo Caktaš
Samuel Eduok (Nigeria)
Konyaspor (August 2020)
Dimitris Diamantakos (Greece)
Stipe Radić
Nihad Mujakić (BIH)
Mario Čuić
Jakov Blagaić
Olimpija Ljubljana (August 2020)
Jairo da Silva (Brazil)
Adam Gyurcso (Hungary)
Ivan Brnić
Stanko Jurić
Ivan Dolček
Ardian Ismajli (Albania)
Spezia (September 2020)
David Čolina
Mario Vušković
Francesco Tahiraj (Albania)
Lokomotif Zagrep (September 2020)
Darko Todorović (BIH)
Jurica Pršir
NK Gorica (October 2020)
Tonio Teklić
Bassel Jradi (Lebanon)
Mehmet Umut Nayir (Turkey)
Beşiktaş (October 2020)
Jani Atanasov (Macedonia)
Bursaspor (September 2020)
Jurica Bajic
Senica (September 2020)
Lovre Kalinic
Aston Villa (January 2021)
Loan
Marin Ljubicic
Slovan Bratislava (December 2020)
Mak Bushaj (Kosovo)
Dugopolje (August 2020) Loan
Dugopolje (December 2020) Return Loan
Marin Vujcic
Dugopolje (September 2020) Loan
Dugopolje (December 2020) Return Loan