Since 1993, Dinamo Zagreb have already become thirteen times champion of Croatia and won eleven times the national cup. In 2011 Zagreb won again the group stage of the Champions League and include classified in the group with Ajax.
After the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the club's name was changed to Hask-Gadanski and in 1993 in Zagreb, Croatia. The new name was in the crowd did not go down well and they demanded that it be changed. This happened in 2000 and the name was changed back to Dinamo Zagreb. In these years, the club was very successful and was no less than five times in a row won the national title. International successes, however, were out again. In the period 2001-2011 the club was still seven times champion, seven times won the Croatian Cup and have won four Super Cups. However, international Dinamo Zagreb could still not break pots. Dinamo Zagreb was and is still known for its good footballers. Some well-known names from the recent past, Robert Prosinecki, Davor Suker, Luka Modric, Eduardo da Silva and Zvonimir Boban.
However, when Dinamo Zagreb played games against rival Hadjuk Split, or matches in a European context, it was often out of control: mass brawls, riots, it was always the Bad Blue Boys who were involved. This led to the Croatian Football Federation Dinamo Zagreb has imposed several penalties and UEFA punished the club even with points deducted after it completely out of control of the match against Timisoara in 2009. For several years may Dinamo Zagreb supporters not to take more European away matches. This is a sanction that UEFA has imposed the club.
The champion of Croatia, Dinamo Zagreb