FK Hajduk Kula is a Serbian club from Kula. The club’s home ground is Hajduk Stadium with about 6,000 seats. The club’s colours are white and blue.
The first football club in Kula was KAFK (Kulski atletski fudbalski klub), which was founded in 1912. In 1920, the team joined the league of Subotica and changed its name to Hajduk in 1925. At the beginning of World War II, the club’s performance was suspended. From the end of the war until the 1980s, the team played in lower divisions, but they eventually gained the promotion to the top division in 1991 played in it up till 2013 when the club announced their financial bankruptcy and resigned from the tournament.
The best achievement of the club is the fourth place in the national competition and participation in the UEFA Intertoto Cup and the UEFA Cup. However, the team managed to pass the qualification stage only once, in 2007, when they won Slovenian side Maribor 5-2 on aggregate, but lost to Portuguese side União Leiria in the next round.
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