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NK Jadran Poreč

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NK Jadran
Full nameNK Jadran Poreč
Founded1948
GroundVeli Jože
Capacity2,000
ChairmanEdvard Ribarić[1]
LeagueTreća HNL – West
2017–1812th

NK Jadran is a Croatian football club based in the city of Poreč. It was founded in 1948 by Croatian handball player Lujo Györy.[2]

History

Jadran began play in the Croatian second division in 1992-93.

Jadran won the 1996-97 3.HNL zapad (west) group.[3]

Jadran participated in the promotion playoffs for the 1.HNL in 1997-98 after winning the zapad (west) group, finishing second in their group and failing to advance.[4] They were relegated to the 3.HNL in 2001 after finishing last and losing the promotion playoff.[5]

Jadran played in the 2013 Croatian cup, losing in the first round to Slaven Belupo.[6]

In 2017 the club, along with the Croatian football association HNS, was involved in a lawsuit for attempting to avoid debts to a former player.[7]

Honours

Croatia Treća HNL – West:

  • Winners (1): 2005–06

Croatia Inter-county League Rijeka:

  • Winners (1): 2015–16

References

  1. ^ "Izabran novi predsjednik, Upravni i Nadzorni odbor NK Jadran Poreč". Poreština.info - novosti iz Poreča i okolice, Vrsara, Funtane, Višnjana, Lovreča, Kaštelira, Tara. February 13, 2018.
  2. ^ Milanković, Ivan (2012-12-18). "NK Jadran Poreč – 3. HNL Zapad" (in Croatian). Sport News – www.sportnews-hr. Retrieved 2013-07-01.
  3. ^ http://rsssf.com/tablesk/kroa97.html
  4. ^ http://rsssf.com/tablesk/kroa98.html
  5. ^ "Croatia 2000/01". rsssf.com.
  6. ^ "Slaven Belupo u osmini finala Kupa". www.index.hr.
  7. ^ "NK Jadran udrugom pokušao izbjeći dugove, Sud HNS proglasio krivim jer je to dopustio". June 16, 2017.
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