2000 Croatian Football Cup Final
|Event||1999–2000 Croatian Cup|
|Date||2 May 2000|
|Venue||Stadion Poljud, Split|
|Man of the Match||Jurica Vučko (Hajduk Split)|
|Referee||Draženko Kovačić (Križevci)|
|Weather||Cloudy and Rainy|
|Date||16 May 2000|
|Venue||Stadion Maksimir, Zagreb|
|Man of the Match||Slaven Bilić|
|Referee||Željko Širić (Osijek)|
Hajduk Split won the trophy with an aggregate result of 2–1.
The final was overshadowed by the clashes between both clubs supporters and police in the first leg at Stadion Poljud in Split. The first leg was abandoned in 86th minute and was registered with the result that was reached 2–0, and Hajduk Split was punished by having their three matches behind closed doors.
Road to the finalEdit
|Hajduk Split||Round||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Moslavac Popovača||8–0||First round||BSK Buk||10–0|
|Hajduk Split||2 – 0||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Vučko 38' (pen.), 53'||Report
|Dinamo Zagreb||1 – 0||Hajduk Split|
|I. Cvitanović 90+2'||Report
- "Utakmica registrirana s 2:0, Hajduk bez publike!". Sportnet.hr (in Croatian). 4 May 2000. Retrieved 12 October 2015.
- Official website (in Croatian)