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Croatian Cup
Croatian Cup trophy
Croatian Cup trophy, designed by Ivan Rabuzin
Founded 1992
Region Croatia
Number of teams 48
Most successful club Dinamo Zagreb
(10 titles)
Soccerball current event.svg 2009–10 Croatian Cup

The Croatian Cup (Croatian: Hrvatski nogometni kup) is an annually held football tournament for Croatian football clubs and is the second most important national title in Croatian football after the Prva HNL title.

The cup has been contested since 1992. It is open to 48 clubs, based on various criteria. The sixteen teams with the greatest coefficients in the cup over the last five years are admitted. Twenty-one cup-winners from regional leagues are admitted as well as eleven regional cup finalists. The teams from regional leagues participate in a knock-out qualifying round. The knock-out format continues until the quarter-finals when home and away (aggregate) takes effect for the rest of the cup. In case of a tie after the second leg match is over, a penalty shootout is held.

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Croatian Cup finals

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Key

Match decided by a penalty shootout
Bold Winning team won The Double
Italics Team from outside the Prva HNL

List of winners

Season Winner Score Runners–up Venue(s)
1992 Inker Zaprešić (1) 1–1, 1–0 Dinamo Zagreb Stadion Intera, Zaprešić
Maksimir, Zagreb
1992–93 Hajduk Split (1) 4–1, 1–2 Dinamo Zagreb Poljud, Split
Maksimir, Zagreb
1993–94 Dinamo Zagreb (1) 2–0, 0–1 NK Rijeka Maksimir, Zagreb
Kantrida, Rijeka
1994–95 Hajduk Split (2) 3–2, 1–0 Dinamo Zagreb Poljud, Split
Maksimir, Zagreb
1995–96 Dinamo Zagreb (2) 2–0, 1–0 Varteks Stadion Varteksa, Varaždin
Maksimir, Zagreb
1996–97 Dinamo Zagreb (3) 2–1 NK Zagreb Maksimir, Zagreb
1997–98 Dinamo Zagreb (4) 1–0, 2–1 Varteks Stadion Varteksa, Varaždin
Maksimir, Zagreb
1998–99 Osijek (1) 2–1 Cibalia Maksimir, Zagreb
1999–2000 Hajduk Split (3) 2–0, 0–1 Dinamo Zagreb Poljud, Split
Maksimir, Zagreb
2000–01 Dinamo Zagreb (5) 2–0, 1–0 Hajduk Split Poljud, Split
Maksimir, Zagreb
2001–02 Dinamo Zagreb (6) 1–1, 1–0 Varteks Maksimir, Zagreb
Stadion Varteksa, Varaždin
2002–03 Hajduk Split (4) 1–0, 4–0 Uljanik Pula Stadion Aldo Drosina, Pula
Poljud, Split
2003–04 Dinamo Zagreb (7) 1–1, 0–0 Varteks Stadion Varteksa, Varaždin
Maksimir, Zagreb
2004–05 Rijeka (1) 2–1, 1–0 Hajduk Split Kantrida, Rijeka
Poljud, Split
2005–06 Rijeka (2) 4–0, 1–5 Varteks Kantrida, Rijeka
Stadion Varteksa, Varaždin
2006–07 Dinamo Zagreb (8) 1–0, 1–1 Slaven Belupo Maksimir, Zagreb
Gradski stadion, Koprivnica
2007–08 Dinamo Zagreb (9) 3–0, 0–0 Hajduk Split Maksimir, Zagreb
Poljud, Split
2008–09 Dinamo Zagreb (10) 3–0, 0–3, (4–3 p) Hajduk Split Maksimir, Zagreb
Poljud, Split

Results by team

Club Winners Last final won Runners-up Last final lost
Dinamo Zagreb[1] 10 2009 4 2000
Hajduk Split 4 2003 4 2009
Rijeka 2 2006 1 1994
Inter Zaprešić[2] 1 1992 0
Osijek 1 1999 0
Varteks 0 5 2006
NK Zagreb 0 1 1997
Cibalia 0 1 1999
Istra 1961[3] 0 1 2003
Slaven Belupo 0 1 2007

Notes

  1. ^ During the 1990s, Dinamo Zagreb was known as HAŠK Građanski, and later as Croatia Zagreb until going back to Dinamo Zagreb in 2000.
  2. ^ Inter Zaprešić was known as Inker Zaprešić until 2003.
  3. ^ Istra 1961 was formerly known as Pula Staro Češko and Uljanik Pula.

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