|Full name||Nogometni klub Solin|
|Ground||Stadion pokraj Jadra|
|Head coach||Ivan Matić|
|2018–19||Druga HNL, 10th of 14|
NK Solin is a Croatian football club based in the town of Solin, near Split, currently playing in the 2. HNL, the Croatian second division.
Arguably the team's greatest success was winning the 1980–81 Croatian league, which earned Solin promotion to the 1981–82 Yugoslav Second League. They would play two seasons in the second division.
The club was named MAR Solin from 1991-1994 and NK Solin Kaltenberg from 1995-1997.
As of 2019, the club have played in the 2.HNL for all but two seasons since Croatian independence.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|1992||2. HNL South||14||10||3||1||23||7||23||1st|
|1992–93||2. HNL South||30||16||11||3||39||20||43||3rd|
|1993–94||2. HNL South||30||6||12||12||35||39||24||12th|
|1994–95||2. HNL South||32||16||9||7||54||27||57||3rd|
|1995–96||2. HNL South||30||16||9||5||50||24||57||3rd|
|1996–97||2. HNL South||34||15||8||11||56||36||53||9th||R1|
|1997–98||2. HNL South||32||18||9||5||51||25||63||3rd|
|2001–02||2. HNL South||30||13||9||8||44||24||48||5th|
|2002–03||2. HNL South||32||11||8||13||45||47||41||5th|
|2003–04||2. HNL South||32||15||3||14||56||47||48||5th|
|2004–05||2. HNL South||32||14||8||10||54||53||50||3rd|
|2005–06||2. HNL South||32||13||6||13||60||50||45||9th|
|2013–14||2. HNL||33||7||13||13||26||47||34||11th ↓|
|2014–15||3. HNL South||34||19||11||4||63||30||68||2nd|
|2015–16||3. HNL South||34||21||5||8||46||26||68||1st ↑|
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