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Put Yourself in the Boots of a Hajduk Split Player

CroatiaEver wondered what it would be like to play at Hajduk Split’s famous Poljud Stadium? Now you can see what the players see by take a virtual tour from the pitch, and also other parts of the stadium after the club launched the latest virtual tour on their official website on Wednesday. Take a walk on the ground…the east, south, west and north stands..the press room, fan shop, VIP area and more, accompanied by some soothing Dalmatian music…by clicking here.

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