2008–09 Prva HNL
The 1 HNL 2008/ 09 was the 18th season of the highest Croatian football league.
Since the league was increased to 16 participants from next season, no team was relegated directly to the second division. The first four teams in the second division should ascend directly. As the fourth-placed NK Slavonac there was no license for the first HNL, Međimurje Čakovec rose to the fifth directly. The last placed the first division had to in the play-offs. There, NK Croatia Sesvete defeated the sixth-placed NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac the second division and thus managed to avoid relegation.
- Table 2.1
- 2.2 Map
First stage performance
Second power stage
Note: ( A) = relegated, (N) = Up 3 League
In the Relegation to Inter Zaprešić against Hrvatski Dragovoljac prevailed 2-0 and 0-0.
From the third division on increased: Hrvace, Suhopolje and Karlovac. The fourth climber should be determined in a relegation between Virovitica and Lokomotiva Zagreb, but refrained Virovitica. After Hrvace also got no license for the Second Division, as well as the runner-up behind Hrvace, NK Zagora, had not received any license, Junak Sinj increased in third place in the First Division.
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