Hajduk Split are a Croatian football club based in the city of Split and they wear white home shirts with blue shorts. Their shirts are produced by English brand Umbro and in previous seasons the club have had a blue and red home shirt. The club have won a total of g Prva HNL league titles and six Croatian Cups.
Hajduk Split is a very popular Croatian club which is based in the city of Split. The club was founded in 1911 by a group of students from the city. The first period of success came in the late 1920s when Hajduk won two Yugoslav Championships. Since then, the team has triumphed 9 times in the Yugoslav league, 6 times in the Croatian league (since the Croatian league was formed in 1991).
Croatian club Hajduk Split unveil their stunning home shirt for next season designed by Macron. With the club's crest flaunting a patriotic design of Croatia's famous red and white chequered pattern, Hajduk Split's latest home shirt uses the former as the predominant colour whilst additional gold [...]
Croatian outfit Hajduk Split have launched three new kits for the upcoming 2015-16 season [...]
Croatian club Hajduk Split have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Italian brand Macron, the new home kit for Hajduk Split features their iconic white colour along with royal blue trim on a v-neck collar and sleeve hems [...]
Hajduk Split is a football club from Croatia participating in the top division in the country, the Prva HNL [...]
Croatian football club Hajduk Split have agreed a four-year deal with Italian brand Macron which will see the latter company taking over from Umbro as the club's official technical sponsor. Brbic Marin, Chairman of Hajduk Split was pleased with the deal with Macron and thanked the Italian brand [...]
Besides this, Hajduk won the Yugoslav Cup 9 times and the Croatian Cup 4 times. The team traditionally plays in white shirts and blue shorts. The club's stadium is the Poljud Stadium, which has a capacity of 35000. The team is managed by former Croatian footballer Robert Jarni. The team's most notable players are ex-Juventus player Igor Tudor (who is currently captain) and Latvian leading top-scorer Maris Verpakovskis.
The club played their first ever game in red and white striped shirts which symbolized the Croatian coat of arms.