Hajduk Split is one of the most successful and supported clubs in Croatia and is known across Europe because of their very strong Ultra and Hooligan scene.
Their group is the very well famous and respected Torcida Split which was created in 1950 and is considered to be the oldest organized supporter group in the world. Hajduk and Torcida are a very important part of the Croatian city Split and are also an important part of its culture. In fact, Torcida´s and Hajduk´s graffitis can be found all around the city and Torcida is considered to have a strong importance on the city and their community. In Split, almost everybody is a fan of Hajduk Split. At home games, Hajduk plays at the stadium “Poljud” which has the capacity for around 34000 people and Torcida Split occupy all the North Stand.
Torcida is known for their nice choreographies, amazing pyro shows, very loud support and also for being very strong on the streets and showing up everywhere with almost always very good mobs. Some of their legendary away trips are the ones to Rome in 2003 (on the video you can see their pyro show and them throwing flares to AS Roma fans), to Genoa in 2007 (to play against Sampdoria), to Athens in 2010 (to play against AEK), to Bruxelles also in 2010 (to play against Anderlecht, to St Petersburg (to play against Zenit) also in 2010 and many more.
All Torcida members are considered to be Croatian patriots. Their oldest friendship is with No Name Boys (Benfica) that lasts since 1994. Torcida Split also has a strong friendship with Torcida (Górnik Zabrze, Poland) and Magic Fans (ASSE).
Their biggest rivals are the Bad Blue Boys from Dinamo Zagreb (with who they play the “Eternal Croatian Derby” which is played between the clubs of the two biggest cities in Croatia). In Croatia, they also have a big rivalry with Armada from Rijeka (with who they play the “Adriatic Derby”). Outside Croatia, Torcida has known rivalries with all Serbian firms (but mostly with the ones from Crvena Zvezda and Partizan) and more recently with the lads from Zenit and Levski Sofia.