Croatian Republic Football League

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Croatian Republic Football League (Croatian : Hrvatska republička nogometna liga) was the highest football league in Croatia within the Yugoslav football system. During the time of SFR Yugoslavia, it was third level league for most of the time and the winner was usually promoted to Yugoslav Second League.

Winners

In SFR Yugoslavia

SeasonChampionsNotes - Clubs playing on higher level
1946 Hajduk Split
1946/47 Metalac Zagreb Dinamo, Hajduk, Lokomotiva, Kvarner (I)
1947/48 Proleter Osijek Dinamo, Hajduk, Lokomotiva (I), Metalac, Mornar, Tekstilac, Kvarner (II)
1948/49 Borac Zagreb Hajduk, Dinamo, Lokomotiva (I), Mornar, Metalac, Proleter (II)
1949/50 Tekstilac Hajduk, Dinamo, Lokomotiva (I), Borac, Proleter, Kvarner, Metalac (II), Zagreb, Šibenik (III)
1950/51 North Naprijed Sisak Dinamo, Hajduk, Lokomotiva, Borac (I), Metalac, Proleter, Kvarner, Zagreb, Tekstilac (II)
South Šibenik
1951/52 Proleter Osijek Hajduk, Lokomotiva, Dinamo, Zagreb (I)
1952-73not played
1973/74 Varteks Hajduk, Dinamo, Zagreb (I), Rijeka, Osijek, Šibenik, Karlovac, D. Vinkovci (II)
1974/75 Dinamo Vinkovci Hajduk, Dinamo, Rijeka (I), Zagreb, Varteks, Karlovac, Osijek, Šibenik (II)
1975/76 North Metalac Sisak Hajduk, Dinamo, Rijeka (I), Zagreb, Osijek, Varteks, D. Vinkovci, Karlovac (II)
South Šibenik
1976/77 North BSK Slavonski Brod Dinamo, Rijeka, Hajduk, Zagreb (I), Osijek, D. Vinkovci, Varteks, Metalac, Karlovac (II)
South Zadar
1977/78 North Segesta Sisak Hajduk, Dinamo, Rijeka, Osijek, Zagreb (I), D. Vinkovci, BSK, Varteks (II)
South Solin
1978/79 North BSK Slavonski Brod Hajduk, Dinamo, Rijeka, Osijek, Zagreb (I), D. Vinkovci, Segesta (II)
South Istra
1979/80 GOŠK-Jug Hajduk, Rijeka, Dinamo, Osijek (I), Zagreb, D. Vinkovci, Istra (II)
1980/81 Solin Hajduk, Dinamo, Rijeka, Zagreb (I), Osijek, D. Vinkovci, GOŠK-Jug (II)
1981/82 Varteks Dinamo, Hajduk, Rijeka, Osijek, Zagreb (I), D. Vinkovci, GOŠK-Jug, Solin (II)
1982/83 Šibenik Hajduk, Dinamo, D. Vinkovci, Rijeka, Osijek (I), GOŠK-Jug, Varteks, Zagreb, Solin (II)
1983/84 North MTČ-Sloga Čakovec Rijeka, Hajduk, Osijek, D. Vinkovci, Dinamo (I), Šibenik, GOŠK-Jug, Varteks, Zagreb (II)
South RNK Split
East Šparta
West Orijent Rijeka
1984/85 North Zagreb Hajduk, Dinamo, Rijeka, Osijek, D. Vinkovci (I), Šibenik, Split, GOŠK-Jug (II)
South Zadar
East Belišće
West Orijent Rijeka
1985/86 North Zagreb Hajduk, Rijeka, Dinamo, Osijek, D. Vinkovci (I), Šibenik, GOŠK-Jug, Split, Zadar (II)
South Zmaj Makarska
East BSK Slavonski Brod
West Orijent Rijeka
1986/87 North Zagreb Rijeka, Dinamo, Hajduk, Osijek, D. Vinkovci (I), GOŠK-Jug, Mladost P, Šibenik, Split (II)
South Neretva Metković
East Šparta
West Istra
1987/88 Zagreb Dinamo, Rijeka, Osijek, Hajduk (I), GOŠK-Jug, D. Vinkovci, Šibenik, Šparta, Mladost P (II)
1988/89 North Trešnjevka Hajduk, Dinamo, Osijek, Rijeka (I), Šibenik, D. Vinkovci, GOŠK-Jug (II)
Mladost P, Zagreb, Primorac, Radnik, Split, Segesta, Varteks, Jugokeramika, Orijent, Zadar, Lokomotiva (III-W), Belišće, BSK, Šparta, Sloga V (III-N), Neretva, Neretvanac (III-S)
South Junak Sinj
East Olimpija Osijek
West Istra
1989/90 North Trešnjevka Dinamo, Hajduk, Rijeka, Osijek (I), Šibenik, D. Vinkovci, GOŠK-Jug (II)
Zagreb, Zadar, Mladost P, Varteks, Segesta, Radnik, Primorac, Junak, Split, Jugokeramika, Orijent, Lokomotiva (III-W), Belišće, BSK, Olimpija (III-N), Neretvanac, Neretva, Zmaj (III-S)
South Solin
East Metalac Osijek
West Pazinka
1990/91 North Špansko Dinamo, Hajduk, Osijek, Rijeka (I), Zagreb, C. Vinkovci, Šibenik, GOŠK-Jug (II)
Zadar, Jugokeramika, Radnik, Varteks, Trešnjevka, Orijent, Segesta, Junak, Primorac, Split, Mladost P (III-W), Metalac, Olimpija, Belišće, BSK (III-N), Neretva, Slaven G, Neretvanac (III-S)
South Solin
East Sremac Croatia
West Pazinka

Amateur Championship

During 1968/69 and 1972/73 era, when four divisions of Yugoslav Second League were introduced, Croatian Republic league was not played as such. Clubs played in regional zones instead and the winners contested for Amateur Championship of SR Croatia. Winner was also promoted to Yugoslav Second League.

SeasonChampions
1968/69 Metalac Osijek
1969/70 Rovinj
1970/71 Junak Sinj
1971/72 Segesta Sisak
1972/73 Rovinj

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