Cet article présente l'historique du parcours européen du club de football du Dinamo Zagreb

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  • Cet article présente l'historique du parcours européen du club de football du Dinamo Zagreb
  • This article lists results for GNK Dinamo Zagreb in European competition.GNK Dinamo Zagreb is a Croatian football club based in Zagreb. The club was officially founded on 6 June 1945 as a municipal multi-sports club and was intended to replace the three Zagreb football powerhouses which had dominated the game in Croatia in the interwar period (Concordia, Građanski and HAŠK) and which were all disbanded by a government decree in 1945 for political reasons (because the three had continued to participate in the national championship sponsored by the fascist Independent State of Croatia during World War II).Soon after that initial meeting, the football section was formed and its first chairman (and de facto the very first chairman of Dinamo Zagreb football club) was Ico Hitrec. The initial caretaker coach of the first team was Branko Kunst (former Kingdom of Yugoslavia international and HAŠK player), while the first generation of Dinamo's youth team was coached by Maks Mihelčić, former goalkeeper at Građanski and also a former international. Former Građanski players such as Urch, Dubac, Kokotović, Wölfl, Lešnik, Pleše, Cimermančić, Antolković and Reiss also joined the newly formed club.After winning the first post-war Zagreb municipal championship held in January and February 1946 and finishing runners-up in the Croatian regional championship (behind Hajduk Split), they qualified for the nationwide 1946–47 Yugoslav First League. For the first three years the club played their games at Građanski's old ground at Koturaška street, but in 1948 they moved to HAŠK's Stadion Maksimir which remained their home ground to the present day.The club spent their entire existence paying top-flight football, and they soon established themselves as one of the Yugoslav Big Four (along with Hajduk Split, Partizan and Red Star Belgrade), finishing runners-up in the inaugural season of the national championship, and then winning Yugoslav titles in 1948, 1954 and 1958.They were the third Yugoslav club to play in an UEFA-sponsored competition (after Partizan in 1955 and Red Star in 1956) and their first European Cup tie was against Czechoslovak side Dukla Prague in 1958. In the 1960s Dinamo experienced their most successful period in both domestic and European football which saw them win four Yugoslav Cups but failing to clinch a single championship title, finishing runners-up five times between 1960 and 1969. On the European stage, the club had two successful campaigns in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, reaching the finals on two occasions. In the 1963 final Dinamo lost to Valencia, but in 1967 they beat England's Leeds United. This was the only European silverware won by a Yugoslav club until Red Star Belgrade won the 1990–91 European Cup 24 years later.
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  • Cet article présente l'historique du parcours européen du club de football du Dinamo Zagreb
  • This article lists results for GNK Dinamo Zagreb in European competition.GNK Dinamo Zagreb is a Croatian football club based in Zagreb.
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  • Historique du parcours européen du Dinamo Zagreb
  • GNK Dinamo Zagreb in European football
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