The third Hajduk jersey for the season 2019/2020 was inspired by the first years following the Club foundation, more precisely, the year 1912. After the team was formed, they immediately started playing the first games. In 1912, the first nets at Stari plac were set up, goals were painted in red and white following the example set by their sport friends Slavia Prague and the team played games wearing purple shirts and white shorts. Their shirts were in the shades of lavender, one of the most typical symbols of the Mediterranean. Back then, the first team's goalkeeper was the legendary barba Luka Kaliterna, while Nikola Gazdić, the first footballer who scored more than 100 goals for Hajduk, also debuted for Hajduk that year.