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NEW RECORD: Most Season Tickets Sold in Hajduk Split’s 104-Year History

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Croatian football club Hajduk Split have broken a record this month…

The club’s membership department have sold 6,517 season tickets for the 2015/2016 season, which is the most subscribers in the club’s 104-year-history. Until now the record was 6,388 season ticket holders in the 2013/2014 season.

“We want to thank to all our faithful subscribers, and invite all Hajduk fans to secure their seat at Poljud,” the club said on Saturday.

(photo: hajduk.hr)

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