Austrian Regional League West

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Regionalliga West
Country Austria
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1980/81
Level 3
Number of teams 16
Promotion to First League
Relegation to Salzburger Liga,
UPC Tirol Liga,
Landesliga Vorarlberg
Current champions Red Bull Juniors (2010/11)
Website Regionalliga West (German)

The Regionalliga West is one of three 3rd level football leagues in Austria. The Regionalliga West is formed by teams from the federal states Vorarlberg, Tyrol (without east Tyrol) and Salzburg. The league was formed in the 1980/81 season.

The champions of the three leagues have to play relegation matches against the 9th from the first league. Amateur teams of professional clubs are not allowed to promote, so Red Bull Juniors, last seasons champion, is still playing in this league.[1]

Clubs of the Regionalliga West[change | change source]

  • 2011/12 season
  • 2012/13 season
    • WSG Wattens from Tyrol
    • SG FC Anif/Red Bull Juniors from Salzburg
    • FC Dornbirn 1913 from Tyrol
    • FC Liefering from Salzburg
    • FC Kufstein from Tyrol
    • Wacker Innsbruck Amateure from Tyrol
    • SC Rheindorf Altach II from Vorarlberg
    • SV Austria Salzburg from Salzburg
    • TSV St. Johann im Pongau from Salzburg
    • SC Bregenz from Vorarlberg
    • FC Pinzgau Saalfelden from Salzburg
    • FC Hard from Vorarlberg
    • TSV Neumarkt am Wallersee from Salzburg
    • SV Seekirchen 1945 from Salzburg
    • SV Wals Grünau from Salzburg
    • FC Andelsbuch from Vorarlberg [3]
  • 2013/14 season
    • SV Austria Salzburg from Salzburg
    • WSG Wattens from Tyrol
    • TSV St. Johann from Salzburg
    • SC Rheindorf Altach II from Vorarlberg
    • TSV Neumarkt am Wallersee from Salzburg
    • Wacker Innsbruck Amateure from Tyrol
    • SC Schwaz from Tyrol
    • SV Seekirchen from Salzburg
    • FC Kufstein from Tyrol
    • SG FC Anif/Red Bull Juniors from Salzburg
    • Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz from Vorarlberg
    • FC Höchst from Vorarlberg
    • FC Hard from Vorarlberg
    • USC Eugendorf from Salzburg
    • FC Dornbirn from Vorarlberg
    • SV Wals-Grünau from Salzburg [4]

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