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Squad size: 27 Average age: Dominik Livakovic. Danijel Zagorac. Josko Gvardiol. Dino Peric. Rasmus Lauritsen. Josip Sutalo.
Marko Leskovic. Marin Leovac. Petar Stojanovic. Sadegh Moharrami. Tin Hrvoj. Arijan Ademi. Kristijan Jakic.
Bartol Franjic. Josip Misic. Robbie Burton. Luka Ivanusec. Lovro Majer. Marko Tolic. Mislav Orsic.
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Drago Vabec. Mladen Ramljak. Damir Lesjak. Ivica Horvat. Nombre jugador Carrera Goles 1. Franjo Wölfl. Aleksandar Benko. Dominik Livakovic D.
Danijel Zagorac D. Josko Gvardiol J. Dino Peric D. Rasmus Lauritsen R. Josip Sutalo J. Marko Leskovic M. Marin Leovac M. Petar Stojanovic P.
Sadegh Moharrami S. Tin Hrvoj Tin Hrvoj. Arijan Ademi A. Kristijan Jakic K. Bartol Franjic B. Josip Misic J. Robbie Burton R. Luka Ivanusec L.
Lovro Majer L. They also finished runners-up in the same competition in when they lost to Valencia.
They won five league titles and participated in the —99 and — UEFA Champions League group stages carrying that name before reverting to "Dinamo Zagreb" in February The team's traditional colour is royal blue, which has been replaced for European matches in recent times with the darker navy blue.
The club's biggest rivals are Hajduk Split , and matches between the two teams are referred to as " Eternal Derby. Another notable match was a 0—0 draw against Manchester United in the — season, who were the European champions at the time, with many fans considering it one of Dinamo's finest performances in the club's history.
The club often toured to Austria and Hungary and played friendly matches with top local sides. In they went on tour to England where they adopted the WM formation which helped them win the — Yugoslav championship.
Both legs ended without goals, so a playoff game in Subotica was held, which ended Having been invaded by the Axis Powers in , the Kingdom of Yugoslavia was dissolved and sports competitions in the nation were suspended.
Following its formation, the club entered Yugoslav First League in its inaugural —47 season and finished runners-up, five points behind champions Partizan.
In the following —48 season , Dinamo won their first trophy after winning the Yugoslav championship with five points ahead of Hajduk Split and Partizan.
In the season , the club finished runners-up again, but compensated with their first Yugoslav Cup title after defeating Vojvodina 4—0 in the two—legged final.
Dinamo later added three more cup titles in , and and two championship wins in —54 and — In addition, they were also cup runners—up on three occasions in , and Dinamo first entered European competitions in the preliminary round of the —59 European Cup , but were knocked out by the Czechoslovak side Dukla Prague.
The club then had some success in the —61 European Cup Winners' Cup , as they managed to reach the semi-finals where they lost to Italian side Fiorentina.
They have also competed in the —62 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup , but failed to progress beyond the second round in which they were knocked out by Barcelona.
However, in the —63 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup , Dinamo managed to reach the final , but lost 4—1 on aggregate to Spanish side Valencia.
In the —64 European Cup Winners' Cup , they made an early exit in the first round after a defeat to Scottish side Celtic.
Three Yugoslav clubs went on to participate in the —67 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, but they were knocked—out early in the competition, excluding Dinamo, who went on to become the first ever Yugoslavian team that won a European competition.
In the first round, Dinamo played against Spartak Brno and after the aggregate score was level at 2—2, a coin was flipped in order to determine the winner.
Dinamo was through to the second round, where they were drawn against Scottish side Dunfermline. For the first time in the history of the Cup, the away goals rule were introduced, which helped Dinamo qualify for the third round after the aggregate score was 4—4 2—0 at home and 2—4 away.
In the finals the club was drawn to play its first match at Maksimir against Leeds United. Dinamo closed the successful s with Yugoslav Cup title in the and quarterfinals of the —70 Cup Winners' Cup competition.
Unfortunately, the success did not follow the club to the new decade, as they failed to win a single trophy throughout the s.
Dinamo took part of the initial UEFA Cup season , but lost in the second round of the competition to Rapid Wien on the away goals rule.
The club entered the UEFA Cup on seven more occasions in , , , , , and , but never repeated its success from the '60s. Finally, at the beginning of the s, Dinamo won their sixth Yugoslav Cup title, defeating Red Star Belgrade 2—1 on aggregate.
They then qualified for the —81 Cup Winners' Cup but lost in the first round to Benfica. In , Dinamo sealed their fourth Yugoslav championship and in won their seventh Yugoslav Cup, the club's last trophy as a part of the SFR Yugoslavia.
The club did not have any success in the second part of the s, save for two consecutive second-place finishes in the Yugoslav championship in and The name change was widely seen as a political move by the leadership of then newly independent Croatia, with the goal of distancing the club from its communist past.
As the name change was also never accepted by their supporters, the club renamed themselves back to Dinamo on 14 February As Croatia Zagreb, the club won six Croatian championships , of which five were won in a row from to During this period, the club also won the Croatian Cup four times.
In the —99 season , they were drawn in a group with Ajax , Olympiacos and Porto. After disappointing performances in the first three matches, in which they managed to draw against Ajax at home and lost their away matches against Olympiacos and Porto, they performed well in the remaining three matches, beating Porto at home and Ajax away, as well as drawing Olympiacos at home.
However, they failed to advance to the quarter-finals as the second-placed team behind Olympiacos. In the — season , they were drawn in a group with defending champions Manchester United , Marseille and Sturm Graz , but managed only a fourth—place finish in the group with two draws and one win.
They most notably held Manchester United to a goalless draw at Old Trafford in their opening Champions League match that season.
The club subsequently participated five times in the third qualifying round of the Champions League, in , , , and