1992–93 Prva HNL
The 1992/ 93 of 1 HNL was the second in the history of the first HNL. It began on August 23, 1992 and ended after 30 match days, on 12 June 1993. Was attended by 16 teams participated in the championship, which was played in a single round.
- 2.1 Final Table
- 2.2 Match Results 2.2.1 first round
- 2.2.2 second round
- 2.3.1 first round
- 2.3.2 second round
- 2.3.3 Home Games
- 2.3.4 Away Games
Croatian champion in 1992/93 was Croatia Zagreb, which the season had started as Hask Građanski Zagreb, on matchday 27 with a 6:1 against NK Osijek. It was the eleventh league title for the club, the second in Croatia and the first in the first HNL.
The players used by Croatia Zagreb:
Qualification for European Cup
Dinamo Zagreb took a master in the qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League 1993/94 part, Hajduk Split as a trophy winner was allowed to start in the first round in the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1993/94.
1992/1993 there were no losers since the league was expanded in the following season on 18 clubs. The two last placed, Belišće and Sibenik, placed successfully appeal against relegation on the grounds that they had to deliver in other places because of the Croatia war some of their home matches.
Dubrava Zagreb and Primorac Stobreč as champions of the second HNL North or South.
During the winter break, Hask Zagreb Građanski called to Croatia in Zagreb.
All players with at least seven goals scored: