1993–94 Prva HNL
The season 1993/94 the first HNL was the third in the history of the first HNL. It began on August 20, 1993 and ended after 34 match days, on 12 June 1994. Was attended by 18 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 1993/94 was Hajduk Split on the final day with a 4-0 home win against NK Dubrava Zagreb. It was the 13th league title for the club, the fourth in Croatia and the second in the first HNL.
The players used by Hajduk Split:
Qualification for European Cup
Hajduk Split took over as master at the qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League 1994/95, in part, Croatia Zagreb as cup winners qualified for the first round of the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1994/95. At the UEFA Cup 1994/95 no Croatian club took part.
The four last placed Pazinka Pazin, Dubrovnik, Zagreb Dubrava and Radnik Velika Gorica alighted at the second HNL.
Marsonia Slavonski Brod and Neretva Metković rose to the winner of the two second division seasons. The League played in the episode season with 16 clubs.
All players with at least eight goals scored: