2011–12 Prva HNL
The 1 HNL 2011/12 was the 21st season of the highest Croatian football league. The season started on 23 July 2011 and ended on 12 May 2011 with the 30th and final round.
Dinamo Zagreb was already five laps remaining fixed for the seventh time in a row as champion.
Due to a change from 16 to 12 clubs next season should end the season exceptionally five teams relegated to the second HNL, and only the master of the current season of the second division, NK Dugopolje ascend. However, since this was not a license for the first HNL, remained the HNK Rijeka zwölftplatzierte spared the descent. The total of 236 games were attended by 487 953 spectators. The average attendance was thus 2,068.
- The match HNK Rijeka against NK Karlovac 15th Round was considered because of no-show of Karlovac 3-0. Furthermore, a point the NK Karlovac was withdrawn.
- The game between the NK Varaždin and the HNK Rijeka was criminal verified because no-show of Varaždin with 0:3. In addition, the NK Varaždin a point is deducted.
- On the 24th matchday due to non - Antretens of NK Varaždin not discharged game against Cibalia Vinkovci was seen with 0:3. The NK Varaždin was further excluded from the league because two-time no-show. All six remaining games counted with 0:3.
Full Time from May 12, 2012 The NK Osijek, despite losing the final of the Europa League qualifies as a finalist of the Croatian Cup, Cup Winners' Cup as Dinamo Zagreb was entitled competes as a master in the Champions League.
Table leader after match days
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