|Croatia at the|
|NOC||Croatian Olympic Committee|
Croatia competed at the Youth Olympic Games for the first time in 2010, and has participated in every Games since then.
The National Olympic Committee for Croatia is the Croatian Olympic Committee, which was created in 1991 and recognized in 1993.
Croatian athletes have won 8 medals at Summer Youth Games, swimming being the most successful sport with two gold medals. Croatia has not yet won any medals at Winter Youth Games, best result being Samuel Kolega's 4th place at 2016 Games in alpine skiing, boys' slalom.
See also: All-time Youth Olympic Games medal table
Medals by Summer Games
Medals by Winter Games
|Gold||Ivan Capan||2010 Singapore||Boys' 50m Breaststroke||19 Aug|
|2010 Singapore||Boys' Tournament||23 Aug|
|Bronze||Barbara Matić||2010 Singapore||Girls' 63kg||22 Aug|
|Gold||Brigita Matić||2014 Nanjing||Girls' -78 kg||19 August|
|Gold||Ivana Babić||2014 Nanjing||Girls' −55 kg||19 August|
|Gold||Nikola Obrovac||2014 Nanjing||Boys' 50 m breaststroke||22 August|
|Silver||Toni Filipi||2014 Nanjing||Boys' Heavyweight||27 August|
|Bronze||Luka Plantić||2014 Nanjing||Boys' Middleweight||27 August|
Anja Vida Lukšić
|2018 Buenos Aires||Girls' tournament||13 October|
|Bronze||Ana Viktorija Puljiz||2018 Buenos Aires||Girls' 44 kg||7 October|
|Bronze||Lena Stojković||2018 Buenos Aires||Girls' 44 kg||7 October|
Note: Medals awarded in mixed NOC's are not counted for the respective country in the overall medal table.
|Bronze||Barbara Matić||2010 Singapore||Mixed Team||25 Aug|
|Bronze||Brigita Matić||2014 Nanjing||Mixed Team||21 August|
|Gold||Ana Viktorija Puljiz||2018 Buenos Aires||Mixed Team||10 October|
|Bronze||Luka Banek||2020 Lausanne||Boys' 3x3 mixed tournament|
|6||2020 Lausanne||Winter||Nika Jagečić
|5||2018 Buenos Aires||Summer|
|3||2014 Nanjing||Summer||Matea Jelić||Taekwondo|
|2||2012 Innsbruck||Winter||Istok Rodeš||Alpine skiing|
|1||2010 Singapore||Summer||Ivan Horvat||Athletics|