RNK Split

RNK Split ( Radnički Nogometni klub Split, German Workers' Football Club Split) is a football club from Croatia.


Founded on April 16, 1912 under the name HRSD Anarh in the district Veli Varos in Split, a year after the well-known city rivals Hajduk, the club was disbanded forcibly soon after the assassination in Sarajevo because the members refused, a banner with crape from to hang out the window. After the collapse of Austria -Hungary was the founding of the new state the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes several times under different names and partly merged with other clubs. The name change also held during the Second World War and in the years that followed, until in January 1953 the company was renamed Radničko sportsko društvo Split and then climbs in 1953, 1955 and 1957 reach, who led the club in the first Yugoslav league, which it forms part was in the seasons 1957/58 and 1960/61. 1960/61, achieved with the participation in the semifinals of the furthest advance in the Yugoslav Association Cup. 1992 was the RNK Split founding member of the second HNL, 1997 and 1998 the championship was achieved in the South Season.

RNK Split was 2009/10 champions of the 2nd HNL and thus played in the 2010/11 season after 49 years back in the First Division. There, the club finished second in his debut season the 3rd place and qualified for the European Cup.

Well-known former players

  • Aljoša Asanović
  • Damir Burić
  • Tonči Gabrić
  • Tomislav Ivić
  • Stanko Poklepović
  • Ivica Vastić

Dinamo Zagreb | Hajduk Split | NK Hrvatski Dragovoljac | NK Istra 1961 | Lokomotiva Zagreb | NK Osijek | HNK Rijeka | NK Slaven Belupo | RNK Split | Zadar NK

  • Croatian soccer club
  • Sports (Split)
  • Established in 1912