ÖFB Ladies Cup

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The ÖFB Ladies Cup is the Cup competition in Austrian women soccer. It was first played in the 1972/73 season under the guidance of the Vienna Football association as Ladies Cup. Since the 1992/93 season the Ladies cup is under the guidance of the ÖFB (Austrian Football Association) and is called ÖFB-Ladies-Cup. From 2004 till 2009 the competition was called ÖFB-Stiegl-Ladies-Cup, after the main sponsor of the cup, a brewery from Salzburg.[1]

The Cup is played with 32 teams in five rounds. The ten members of the ÖFB-Frauenliga and 22 teams from the nine federal states take part. In the first round the teams were drawn after local aspects.

Cupfinals[change | change source]

  • 1972/73 USC Landhaus : SV Kagran 16:0 (10:0)
  • 1973/74 ESV Ostbahn XI Wien : USC Landhaus Wien 1:1, 3:2 n. E.
  • 1974/75 USC Landhaus Wien : ESV Ostbahn XI Wien 2:0
  • 1975/76 USC Landhaus Wien : SV Kagran 3:1 (3:0)
  • 1976/77 FS Elektra Wien : USC Landhaus Wien 2:0
  • 1977/78 FS Elektra Wien : DFC LUV Graz 5:1 (5:0)
  • 1978/79 DFC LUV Graz : FS Elektra Wien 3:2
  • 1979/80 USC Landhaus Wien : FS Elektra Wien 1:1, 2:1 n. E.
  • 1980/81 ESV Ostbahn XI Wien : SG Alland/Brunn a. Geb. 4:0
  • 1981/82 ESV Ostbahn XI Wien : USC Landhaus Wien 3:2
  • 1982/83 ESV Ostbahn XI Wien : USC Landhaus Wien 2:0
  • 1983/84 ESV Ostbahn XI Wien : DFC LUV Graz 3:1
  • 1984/85 FC Wacker Innsbruck : DFC LUV Graz 3:1
  • 1985/86 USC Landhaus Wien : DFC LUV Graz 1:0
  • 1986/87 USC Landhaus Wien : 1. DFC Leoben 2:1
  • 1987/88 USC Landhaus Wien : DFC Austria/Brunn a. Geb. 3:1
  • 1988/89 no cup
  • 1989/90 SC Brunn . Geb. : 1. DFC Leoben 2:1
  • 1990/91 Union Kleinmünchen : USC Landhaus Wien 3:2
  • 1991/92 no cup
  • 1992/93 Union Kleinmünchen : DFC Heidenreichstein 2:0
  • 1993/94 Innsbrucker AC : USC Landhaus wien 1:1, 3:2 n. E.
  • 1994/95 Union Kleinmünchen : DFC Heidenreichstein 1:0
  • 1995/96 Union Kleinmünchen : Innsbrucker AC 2:0
  • 1996/97 USC Landhaus Wien : Union Kleinmünchen 3:2
  • 1997/98 Union Kleinmünchen : SV Neulengbach 3:1
  • 1998/99 Union Kleinmünchen : USC Landhaus Wien 6:0
  • 1999/2000 USC Landhaus Wien : 1. DFC Leoben 5:3 (1:2)
  • 2000/01 USC Landhaus Wien : Union Kleinmünchen 10:1 (7:1)
  • 2001/02 USC Landhaus Wien : ASV St. Margarethen/Lavanttal 11:1 (6:1)
  • 2002/03 SV Neulengbach : Union Kleinmünchen 5:1 (3:0)
  • 2003/04 SV Neulengbach : FC Südburgenland 12:0 (5:9)
  • 2004/05 SV Neulengbach : Innsbrucker AC 2:1 (1:0)
  • 2005/06 SV Neulengbach : DFC LUV Graz 3:0 (1:0)
  • 2006/07 SV Neulengbach : DFC LUV Graz 3:1 (1:1)
  • 2007/08 SV Neulengbach : USC Landhaus Wien 6:2 (3:2)
  • 2008/09 FC Wacker Innsbruck : SV Neulengbach 1:5 (0:3)
  • 2009/10 ASK Erlaa McDonalds : SV Neulengbach 0:4 (0:2)
  • 2010/11 LUV Graz  : SV Neulengbach -:- [1]

Cup winners by number[change | change source]

  • 11 USC Landhaus 1972/73, 1974/75, 1975/76, 1979/80, 1985/86, 1986/87, 1987/88, 1996/97, 1999/2000, 2000/01, *2001/02
  • 8 SV Neulengbach 2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2008/09, 2009/10
  • 6 Union Kleinmünchen 1990/91, 1992/93, 1994/95, 1995/96, 1997/98, 1998/99
  • 5 ESV Ostbahn XI 1973/74, 1980/81, 1981/82, 1983/84
  • 2 FS Elektra 1976/77, 1977/78
  • 1 DFC LUV Graz 1978/79, SC Brunn a. Geb. 1989/90, Innsbrucker AC 1993/94 FC Wacker Innsbruck 1984/85[1]

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