2010–11 Prva HNL
The 1 HNL 2010/11 was the 20th season of the highest Croatian football league.
At the end of the season were supposed to stay 3 clubs. However, since only two of the top five teams placed 2nd HNL received a Erstligalizenz, NK Zadar was spared the descent. After the season, the Croatian Football Federation moved further back the license of the master of the second league ( HNK Gorica ), whereby only the NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac had to descend, and the NK Lučko Zagreb was allowed to rise for the next season in the first HNL.
The planned for this year league reduced to twelve clubs has been postponed for a year.
Final standings after 30 rounds.
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