1992–93 Croatian Cup

The Croatian football cup competition in 1992/93 ( Hrvatski kroat. Nogometni kup ) was the second after the detachment of the Croatian Football Federation from the Yugoslav Football Association. He began on 22 September 1992 and ended on June 2, 1993.

Hajduk Split sat down in two finals against Croatia Zagreb by. It was Hajduk's first Cup victory in Croatia and the tenth overall.


In each round, including the final in each round-trip games were played. With the same number of goals from both games, the team came on, which had more away goals scored. There was also tied, a penalty shootout to determine the winner was discharged.


The winners of the Cup competitions from the 21 regions of Croatia as well as the finalists of the 11 largest membership regional associations started in the first round of the Croatian Cup competition.


First round

First legs on 22 and September 23, 1992

Return matches on 6 and 7 October 1992

Second round

First legs on 17 and November 18, 1992

Return matches on 5 and 6 December 1992


First leg of 24 to 31 March 1993

Return matches on 6 and 7 April 1993


First leg on 21 April 1993

Return matches on 5 May 1993

Final Games

First leg on 19 May 1993 in Split

Hajduk Split - Croatia Zagreb 4-1 (2-0)

Hajduk: Mihačić, BUTOROVIC, Novakovic, Španjić, Peršon, Bilic, Jeličić, Miše, Rapaić (from 58 Balajić ), Mornar (from 67 Vladislavić ) Kozniku Coach: Ivan Katalinić

Croatia: Ladić (from 46 Ibrahimović ) Turković, Lesjak, Panadić, Stanic, Ištvanić, Halilović, Adžić, Vlaović Škrinjar, Cvitanović Coach: Miroslav Blažević

Leg on 2 June 1993 in Zagreb

Croatia Zagreb - Hajduk Split 2-1 (1-0 )

Croatia: Ibrahimović, Simic (from 46 Marić ) Borović, Panadić, Gašpar, Ištvanić, Halilović, Adžić, Vlaović Stanic, Pakasin Coach: Miroslav Blažević

Hajduk: Mihačić, BUTOROVIC, Novakovic, Španjić, p Balajic, Bilic, Jeličić, Miše, Rapaić (from 72 Erceg ), Mornar ( from 80 Računica ) Kozniku Coach: Ivan Katalinić