NK Hrvatski dragovoljac

NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac is a Croatian football club from the city of Zagreb. Currently, he plays in the Croatian league.


The club was founded 75 in 1975 under the name NK Trnsko, initially renamed a year later after a Zagreb district in ONK Novi Zagreb Novi Zagreb NK and 1990 in 1994 and received its present name after all. The renamed Hrvatski Dragovoljac (German Croatian volunteers ) is a reaction to the Croatian War.

1995 promotion to the first Croatian league, in the years 1997, 1998 and 1999, the club played in the UEFA Intertoto Cup at the end of the season 2001 /02 was the descent into the second Croatian league. Since then, the club was striving to achieve the promotion back to the Premier League. In the 2008 /09 season, the plan failed in the relegation against Croatia Sesvete. However, the club in the season 2009/10 managed to rise again in the first division, but where it was only a one-year stint.


The stadium NSC Stjepan Spajić is located in the district Siget in Novi Zagreb district and is named after the longtime president of the association, who died in 2004. Until 2006 it was called Stadion u Sigetu.

The stadium holds 5 000 spectators, but does not meet the UEFA criteria. International games can be played there so do not.


The fan base is called Crni Ratnici (German: Black Warrior).

Well-known former players

  • Mario Bazina
  • Ivan Cvjetkovic
  • Goran Juric
  • Predrag Juric
  • Srdjan Lakić
  • Robert Prosinečki
  • Blaž Slišković
  • Mario Tomas
  • Vladimir Vasilj
  • Damir Vukoja
  • Boris Zivkovic
  • Ivan Strinić