HNK Hajduk Split Summer Camp 2021

Michael J Tully Park

June 28 - July 2nd

9am - 3:30pm


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The club was officially founded on February 13, 1911 after a permit was issued by the Imperial Governor in Zadar, since Croatia was part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire at the time. The founders were four students from Split, who were at the university in Prague (now capital of the Czech Republic); Fabjan Kaliterna, Vjekoslav Ivanišević, Lucijan Stella and Ivan Šakić. Associated with them were Vladimir Šore and Split professor Josip Barač, who suggested the name Hajduk for the club. The name literally means "freedom fighter" or "renegade" and was meant to represent the Croatian struggle for freedom. The club has proudly borne its name to the present day.

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The club was officially founded on February 13, 1911 after a permit was issued by the Imperial Governor in Zadar, since Croatia was part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire at the time. The founders were four students from Split, who were at the university in Prague (now capital of the Czech Republic); Fabjan Kaliterna, Vjekoslav Ivanišević, Lucijan Stella and Ivan Šakić. Associated with them were Vladimir Šore and Split professor Josip Barač, who suggested the name Hajduk for the club. The name literally means "freedom fighter" or "renegade" and was meant to represent the Croatian struggle for freedom. The club has proudly borne its name to the present day.

Poljud Stadium Hajduk Split

Training ground enlargement: check out the upcoming stage two

 

The first phase of extending training complex at Poljud with new pitches should be completed at the end of April, and immediately after that, Hajduk will start with the realization of the second phase where the construction of a stadium facility is planned on three floors, with the stand that will have a capacity of 1000 spectators and many other content.

This is the description of the project made by Geplus architects, a team of architects from Split and Zagreb, who projected the new training facilities. The project represents the first major and fully planned intervention within Poljud sports complex since its construction in 1979.

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