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Hrvatski nogometni klub Hajduk Split is a Croatian football club founded based in the city of Split, that competes in Prva HNL, top football league in the country. The club was founded on 13 February 1911. in Prague, and played its first competitive match on 11 June 1911 against Calcio Spalato, winning 9–0. The first to score for Hajduk was Šime Raunig. The first official game was played on 28 March 1920 in Split Championship against Borac Split, winning 8–0. This article lists various records and statistics related to the club and individual players and managers.

All records and statistics are accurate as of 4 March 2021

Current players and manager are in bold/italics.

Sources: rsssf.com, hrnogomet.com, soccerway.com

Sources: rsssf.com, hrnogomet.com, soccerway.com

Sources: hrnogomet.hr, hajduk.hr, soccerway.com

In 2011 during Hajduk's 100th birthday celebration, the local newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija made a public poll for Hajduk fans to vote for Hajduk Split all-time best 11.

Currently active sequences are in bold/italics.

Note: records in gold were that seasons highest league average attendance.

Hajduk participated in 55 penalty shoot-outs, and holds a record of 32 wins, and 23 losses.

1During 1988–89 season teams in Yugoslav First League approached penalty shoot-out after every regular time tie.

2During 1989–90 season teams in Yugoslav First League approached penalty shoot-out after every regular time tie.

3During 1990–91 season teams in Yugoslav First League approached penalty shoot-out after every regular time tie.

Sources: Glasilo Hrvatskog nogometnog saveza

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